Small flier about the fountains in Vence
I’ve been fascinated with the fountains in Vence (and really all over the south of France) since I first started coming here many years ago. I’ve written in depth about the Vence fountains on this website. Several years ago I found this small flier at the Office de Tourisme. Dated 2010, it outlines a short walk through Vence to discover many of the fountains. My article covers some of the same ones and a few different ones. 21cm by 15cm it is just one page, two sides.
[click on any image to see sample pages – more info after the samples]
The flier is in English and while it is quite short it covers a lot of territory. The suggested path takes you to fourteen fountains and would probably take the average person about and hour or hour and a half to complete. It stays mostly near the center of the town and includes most of the Vence’s best fountains. The directions can be a little hard to follow if you are not familiar with the town and they don’t provide a lot of background on each of the fountains, but it is, nevertheless, a very useful little flier.