77km. north of Nice by routes RN202, D28, or D2202.
Beuil is a large mountain village clustered round its bell tower, known especially as a holiday spot, and also as a resort for winter and summer sports.
Nevertheless its old medieval village contains many treasures: a fine stone church (17th century) with a Romanesque bell tower, the Chapel of St Jean-Baptiste with a trompe-l'oeil façade (the false marble and columns are the work of Guy Ceppa), arcades, vaulted passageways and doors dating back to the Middle Ages.
A stroll through the cobbled streets and alleyways of Beuil will enable you to discover a lively, industrious village, where the bells ring out the angelus morning, noon and night, and which smells of wood fires: what could be more authentic !
What to see
Parish Church St. Jean the Baptist.
3 Chapels (Penitents blancs, Ste Anne, St Pierre, St Jean Baptiste)
Notre Dame du Rosaire.
the skiing area of Beuil-Valberg has plenty to offer :
58 downhill ski runs,
26 ski lifts, 27 km of cross-country routes,
an Olympic ski jump, snow shoe excursions,
the snow carnival, the children's festival.
there are water sports (transverse valleys and canyons)
Hiking (250 km of waymarked paths)
Local gastronomy : ham and lentils, "crouis", walnut sauce and "capounet".
Holiday rentals. Gies.
Large residences with 250 furnished apartments for rent.