Mougins, gastronomic capital of South France

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Gastronomic Capital

Mougins is known as the gastronomic capital of South France. People come from far to enjoy the culinary skills of star-rated restaurants. You may have a tasty meal within the beautiful settings of ‘Mougins Vieux Village”. On the hill, with view on mountains and sea, art galleries expose their paintings, in medieval streets. It’s a legendary experience!

Festival ‘Les Etoiles de Mougins’

The yearly gastronomical festival draws more than 100 ‘chefs de cuisine’. They come from all around the world to present their culinary arts. Awards are being handed out. The festival draws about 25 000 visitors over a weekend and it is usually held in June. It turns the famous medieval town into a 2000 m² kitchen with over 120 courts.


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