The Doctor Jean Guillaud Park was set up in 2008 by the city of Nice in the memory of Jean Guillaud, a notable local figure who contributed to the welfare of the city not only by his activity in the field of the local heath system, but also as a municipal consul, amongst others.

The park stretches on a surface of more than 5 hectares, on the slopes of the Clua valley. It is fitted with jogging tracks, a picnic area and plenty of alleys. The Doctor Jean Guillaud Park is also one of the few public parks in Nice where dogs are allowed to enter.

Doctor Jean Guillaud Park (Parc du Docteur Jean Guillaud)
15 bis, Avenue de la Clua, Nice, France
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