Gairaut Falls

Waterfall Gairaut is a large artificial waterfall built in the nineteenth century the town of Nice.

It is located on the homonymous hill and commemorates the arrival terminal of the canal Vésubie in 1831.


The waterfall flows into different pools fall to overcome a mountain chalet in woodworking. The entire site is landscaped with fake stalactites caves and rock accessories reinforced concrete imitating wooden branches. In the early twentieth century the waterfall is a must excursion tours of Nice. And tour guides and the local press 2, then do not fail to recommend this site to the typical decor and exceptional views from their readers.


Today, she continues to oxygenate the water Vésubie and be a place to walk for many visitors.


All ponds, waterfalls, caves and rock the cottage is the subject of a registration as a historic monument since November 28, 2001.
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