81 bus from Nice Gare Routiere (not Sundays)
An easy and level 1.8km path along the shoreline from near the St. Jean harbour to just before the small Beaulieu harbour. The only place it does not stay along the water's edge is at the private property that used to belong to David Niven.
A 4km wavy stone or cement path around the St Hospice headland (the 'thumb' of Cap Ferrat). Begins at the Paloma Beach (facing Monaco) and ends at the Anse des Fosettes. Easy to reach by walking from the village. Also, take the side trip to the top of the peninsula to see the St. Hospice Chapel and cemetary. If you like swimming from rocks, the water here is very clear.