Built in 1934 formally called “Villa Fiesole”.
On land acquired at the bottom of California by Jean Gabriel Domergue, the villa is of Italian style.
The painter designed the building and the decoration down to the smallest detail, while his wife, a sculptor, created a terraced garden, with ponds and waterfalls. Jean-Gabriel Domergue died in 1962 and left the property to the City of Cannes in 1973. This magical place allows you to receive distinguished guests from all over the world. This house is listed in the inventory of monuments historical data since 1990.
Accommodation capacity: 1000 static people distributed indoors/outdoors/Interior – 80 people for a classic meal-Outside – 400 people on the large terrace.