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Two tours per day
Monday to Sunday:
Departures at 10am and 2pm
Visit duration: Approximately 2hrs from the train station, including the 500m walk to the site entrance.
For safety reasons, it is advised not to bring children under the age of 8 to the site.
BOOKINGS CANNOT BE MADE BY PHONE
To ensure smooth management and due to limited visitor numbers, priority will be given to online bookings.
Important on-site information:
You must collect your ticket on site on the day of the visit.
Go to the ticket desk (white Cap Moderne railway carriage at the Cap-Martin Roquebrune SNCF train station / Cabbé district / car park on the sea side) at least ten minutes before the visit start time.
If visitors have not arrived by the start time, we reserve the right to allocate places to other visitors.
A private car park is available for visitors.
All visits take the form of guided tours.
Maximum 12 people per tour. If there are fewer than 4 people for a given time slot, the tour will be cancelled. You will be contacted 48hrs prior to the visit to arrange a new visit date/time or request a refund.
Tours are conducted by guides holding a professional licence (guide-lecturer, guide-interpreter, etc.) and last approximately 2hrs.
Specific time slots are set aside for guided tours in English.
For guided tours in other languages: please contact us.
Tours last approximately 2hrs at a price of €18 per person.
We provide a comprehensive tour of the site, lasting 2hrs, for groups of 12 people maximum.
For more informations, please contact us via the contact form.
We look forward to seeing you soon! Please do not hesitate to contact the Cap Moderne team for further information.
Private tours are available outside of regular visiting hours. These tours are tailored to your requirements and are subject to the availability of our personnel. For more informations, please contact us via the contact form.
The site is not accessible to people with reduced mobility and wheelchairs. There are numerous steps at the site.