Known today as the “Quartiers des Golfs” (the Golf Course neighbourhood), the name “Valescure” is thought to be the contraction of the Latin name Vallis Curans, which means “the valley that cures”.
At the end of the 19th century, this neighbourhood caught Lord Aschomb’s attention: he was charmed by the mild climate and the beauty of the old Umbrella pines that silently ruled the hills. One of the neighborhood’s two 18-hole golf courses was built then, and it was among of the first fully equipped golf courses in France.
Today, Valescure is a quiet neighbourhood full of magnificent villas, hotels, holiday residences and preserved areas.The golf courses are both located in a residential area:
The "Golf Académie" features a 9 hole course for young beginners.