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View of Menton from the park sea shore.Dsc 0032 12130x6065 Scul Smartblend
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Standing on the hillside looking down on the city of Menton and the beautiful beach with the Mediterranean Sea lapping the shoreline in Provence, France in Europe. The greenery and palm trees flourish because of the enormous amount of sunshine that Menton City receives.

The city of Menton, Provence in France, Europe is filled with old historic buildings that have been restored and every amenity imaginable fills the narrow streets. On either side of the city there are public beaches and close to a dozen private beaches where you can rent lounges with bar service.

Menton city in the Provence, France also offers beautiful gardens and fine museums to explore. Menton is known for their outstanding gardens that have been entered and...

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