Musée National Pablo Picasso, La Guerre et la Paix

In the heart of the old town, the Pablo Picasso national Museum is the starting point for a walk that goes through the town, linking sites and places where Picasso lived and worked. Pablo Picasso (1881- 1973) moved to Vallauris in 1948 and chose the chapel of Vallauris for his monumental painting entitled “War and Peace” (1952), that illustrates Picasso’s commitment for peace.

In the heart of the old town, the Pablo Picasso national Museum is the starting point for a walk that goes through the town, linking sites and places where Picasso lived and worked. Pablo Picasso (1881- 1973) moved to Vallauris in 1948 and chose the chapel of Vallauris for his monumental painting entitled “War and Peace” (1952), that illustrates Picasso’s commitment for peace.

Access

Every day except on Tuesday: 10am – 12.30pm & 2pm - 6pm until 15 Sep.
10am – 12.15pm & 2pm - 5pm from 16 Sep.

Place de la Libération
06220 Vallauris
+33 (0)4 93 64 71 83

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PLACES TO DISCOVER

Musée Magnelli, musée de la céramique : former priory of the monks of Lérins, the museum houses collections around the works of Pablo Picasso and Alberto Magnelli.
Céramique 573 degrés : a workshop of contemporary pieces in earthenware, stoneware and porcelain shaped by hand.
Espace un Van de Possible: association inviting to weave the link by animations and trainings around the basketry.

PLACES TO STAY

Blanc Sable Hôtel : a boutique hotel a few steps away from the beaches in a family house spirit.

SE RESTAURER

Art 8 : restaurant with a small menu specialized in meat.
Le café du coin : mediterranean cuisine, on a small pleasant terrace.
Le café de France : located in the square of the National Museum Picasso War and Peace, in a rustic setting.