The Côte d'Azur Observatory (French: Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, OCA) is a network of astronomical observatories throughout southern France. It originated in 1988 with the merger of two observatories:
Cote d'Azure Observatory tested beam combining technology at CHARA array.
|Wednesday||2:30 – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||2:30 – 5:00 PM|
Mats Kindahl | Dec 30, 2017
Very interesting guided tour of the observatory with a very knowledgeable guide. The tour was entirely in French, which is good to be aware of.
Rafael Corradino | Aug 23, 2017
Good value for money, but the guide refused to summarize the tour in English, plus we did not get a look at the stars and honestly that's all we came for.
Metta Karaniya | Dec 30, 2016
The view is good but for stranger like me it's not good! The guide speak in french and it's completely BORING! And we can't see the stars
Kanthanakorn Noysena | Feb 26, 2017
You can see the hold city and very great view. However, you have to make a visit to access.
סטס זסלבסקי | Apr 9, 2015
El Palomo | Jun 3, 2018
It is ideal for a nice break from the busy Nice and to escape a hot day. Enjoy the view from any off the terraces looking down to the sea.
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