I recommend you start on the Monaco side, and head west,
One of the best maintained and easiest trails we’ve been on is the one that goes around Cap d’ail.
The trails are peppered with interesting art and informative signs about he the flora and fauna along the trail.
There are also a number of historical homes and structures along the way, with signs telling you all the details.
The trail is 3.6 km, it is wide and very well maintained.
And the views are dramatic.
because, as with most the great trails, it finishes up at a phenomenal beach club and restaurant, Reserve de la Mala,
Go ahead, stop for lunch and a lounge, you deserve it.