Discover Bairols with the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau

A medieval village nestling in an impressive setting, Bairols was built on a ridge at an altitude of 830 m, overlooking the Tinée valley. It is a “village of thousand-year-old stones” and its cool lanes, vaults, covered passages and dizzying staircases lead to remarkable panoramic views. For walking enthusiasts, there are many starting points for hikes.

To be seen


Sainte-Marguerite church

Built on the edge of a cliff, it has an asymmetrical façade and houses a statue of Saint Marguerite as well as a Rosary altar by Giovanni Rocca.


Sights :

  • Sainte-Marguerite church, patron saint of the village
  • The inn in an old mill
  • The rural gîtes in the village and the alpine gîtes at 1,200m
  • The tour of the three chapels (St-Roch, St-Martin, La Madonne)
  • The remains of the Reine Jeanne mill.


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