Niolon is a fishing village in the south of France, part of the "Côte d'Azur". This village is near Le Rove. Like other villages in the area, it is also quaint and does not disappoint if you take the chance to visit. There are only of a few houses surrounding a partially enclosed small bay which is inclosed by a jetty. The town's main attraction is diving, the views and its seafood dishes. If I remember correctly there is only one restaurant on the bay. Locals love their land so much that the people who live there inherit the family house and it is very difficult for others to get land or a house out there. The small harbor has always moored boats and you often see the fishermen going out to fish, unless you go during the day in summer ... it's too hot to work and only let nets out early in the morning. Niolon can also be seen from the train (a view that lasts 5 seconds) since the train route passes right by, about 50 metres from the shore. This is because the ground is very irregular and there are wetlands that require a path that isn't always the most beautiful.