The villa Santo Sospir, built shortly after the war, was bought by Alec and Francine Weisweiller in 1946.
Used as a holiday home, the walls of the villa had remained empty.
A few days after his arrival, Jean Cocteau will say: "Imdentry I tire me out.... ».
He asked Francine if he could draw Apollo's head over the living room chimney.
From thread to needle, he tattooed all the walls of the house with frescoes and returned regularly until his death.
The Villa is open every day, but can only be visited by appointment. Call now to make an appointment.
Open on sunday
|Monday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Tuesday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Wednesday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Thursday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Friday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Saturday||10H00 - 18H00|
|Sunday||10H00 - 18H00|