UNESCO : Campo Longo Saint Jean Baptiste

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The pretty Campo Longo district in Saint Jean Baptiste sector

The Campo Longo district, also known as Longchamp, emerged as a result of vacationing on the right bank of the Paillon, which was originally used for agriculture. The Saint-Jean-Baptiste district lies to the east of the commercial Avenue Jean Médecin. Here you’ll find sumptuous buildings, old villas and even a Waldensian temple.

Our top 5 must-sees on Campo Longo!

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Hôtel Masséna

Easily recognizable with its Belle Époque façade, the hotel was created to welcome foreign aristocrats. It’s easy to spot on the corner of Via Gioffredo.

@Centre du patrimoine

Waldensian Temple

This neo-classical building was originally dedicated to Protestant worship. It is now used as an auction room.

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Former William’s hotel

This Belle Époque-style hotel was built in 1909 as a luxury hotel for vacationers. Today, it’s still a hotel, and also boasts offices, not far from the commercial avenue Jean Médecin.

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Former Villa Rambourg

The current Romain Gary municipal library is a huge villa built by Bernardin Maraini. It also features a charming garden for lounging.

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Former Grand Hôtel de la Paix

Built to welcome travelers from all over the world, today’s Hotel Aston La Scala boasts 149 rooms and suites. In 1919, it underwent a facelift by the famous architect Charles Dalmas.


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