The village of Eza precedes the Romans and was one of their strongholds . It clings to the cliff 1,300 feet above the azure Mediterranean . 400 year-old Chateau Eza (reached only by donkey) has kept its ancient charm despite the addition of 21st century comforts and facilities . A night spent in any of the luxurious bedrooms is to come face-to-face with history . The guestrooms are reached by walking under stone passageways, up steps, past cave-like shops and restaurants . <br>This is a proper hideaway and one much celebrated:<i> 'The second most romantic restaurant in the world' </i>says Barbara Brass's Romantic Hideaway Survey . <i> 'Retreat of the year' </i>wrote Andrew Harper . The dining room and the cliff-top terrace offer magnificent views of the sea by day, enchanting sunsets and a galaxy of glittering lights of the Riviera coast by night .
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