Villa La côte

At the end of the road along the shore, a certain doctor Le Fèvre built, around 1850, a health house, a place of rest offering care using sea water.

The villa was one of the many health establishments that multiplied at the beginning of the opening of tourism to vacationers. Nice was then a climatic resort where people suffering from tuberculosis and heart disease came to be cured. Later on, the city turned to party and leisure activities and many of these health establishments became hotels.


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