It owns some 300 of Léger's highly original works - robotlike figures, girders, machines, cogs, and cubes.The museum allows you to witness how he changed over the years, dabbling first in Impressionism, as shown by his 1905 Portrait de l'oncle.
Mougins: Only 8km away, the once-fortified town of Mougins is a thousand years old. Picasso, who could afford to live anywhere, chose a place nearby, Notre-Dame-de-Vie, to spend his last years. The wonderful old town is known for its cuisine,
and Roger Vergé’s successor, Alain Llorca, reigns supreme at his elegant Le Moulin de Mougins (04 93 75 78 24)