ROUTE NAPOLEON, FRANCE 🇫🇷

Along the way here and there it is marked by statues of the French Imperial Eagle.​​ Napoleon used the road in 1815 to escape his exile on the island of Elba to overthrow the French king at the time.

rocks framing the scenic Route Napoleon


WHAT IS ROUTE NAPOLEON?

The famous 325 KM / 200 Miles long holiday route (N85) in the South of France starts at the sea-side town of Golfe-Juan at the French Riviera and goes through the Alps Maritimes all the way North to Grenoble.

 

 

The former escape route of Napoleon between the island of Elba and Provence is today an iconic road trip route and tourist attraction that leads trough the wonderful landscapes. Coming across numerous picturesque villages you can follow Napoleon's footsteps and experience history while enjoying a wonderful fast sweeping road.