It's very small; you can view the whole chapel from the door. Inexpensive and worth a visit if you're already there but don't make a trip.
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This small chapel was décorated by the famous Jean Cocteau in the Years 1957 he was a well known writer, painter ...if you are in Villefranche you should go and dis over this Little jewell....
This is a fantastic opportunity to view Jean Cocteau's vivid decoration of an old chapel. The religious significance is not very obvious but its a good 3 euros worth.
Jacque Coustea decorated this chapel. It,s a nice respite from the bustle of the town. Beautiful drawings. 3 euro charge, no photos, but there are plenty of postcards to purchase of every wall.
The small church charges 3 euros and does not allow photos. Take it on with your eyes and buy some postcards if you wish. The interior is covered walls and ceiling with Cocteau sketches. The story is that of St. Peter, but the sense is...More
A gorgeous Romanesque 14th century chapel that has an interesting history. Dedicated to St. Peter, patron of the fishermen. It was a Shrine in the beginning then served as a storeroom for fishing gear In 1957 after numerous stays at a local hotel the writer,...More
I can't really add to what has been said. But all the photos sow pretty much the same view from the front, so I thought you should make sure when you are there that you view the chapelle from the bottom of the steps behind...More
Decorated by Jean Cocteau in his line type drawings. Depictions of biblical scenes in a contemporary sort of approach rather than traditional. So appealing and refreshing.
We were a group of 7 and the custodian took the time to talk us through the history and individual frescos on the walls of this extraordinary gem.