Nestled at the foot of an immense cliff, the Baou of Saint-Jeannet, which dominates the entire territory, the charming village of the same name is Mediaeval in origin.
The village offers fine colourful houses huddled around the church and a bell tower with a red-tile roof, renovated several times. Saint-Blaise is unique among mid-mountain villages, since it has never had a village centre. It is made up of recent houses and villas, charming little squares and hedges of cypress trees.
Sights: well-preserved castle ruins (13th c); church (18th c) and adjoining priory; oil mill; works by the artist Jean-Pierre Augier in the village and in the Gallery-Museum.
Free of charge.