The restaurant of the Michelin Chef Alain Llorca offers a fantastic view over the valley and the village of Saint-Paul-de Vence. The chef makes his specials right in front of the guests in his kitchen – one can observe the master's performance without getting up from the table. After lunch we go on a trip to Saint-Paul-de Vence. This medieval village often appears in paintings by Claude Monet, Henri Harpignies and Henri Cross. It is also the location of the museum Fondation Maeght, an island of modern art hidden in the pine forest shadows, owning one of the largest collections of paintings, sculptures and graphic works of the 20th century.