Beausoleilis a collective in the Alpes-Maritimes division in southeastern France. It borders the Principality of Monaco. Beausoleil was in the past known as Monte-Carlo-Superieur Upper Monte Carlo. Situated on a slope over the city-territory of Monaco, Beausoleil is encompassed by the Tete de Chien and Agel mountains. It is urbanistically touching with the realm and offers a few lanes, as the Boulevard de France, the Boulevard du Marechal Leclerc, and the Avenue du Marechal Foch.
Its region fringes with the Monegasque wards of Monte Carlo, Saint Roman, Saint Michel, Moneghetti and Les Revoires; and with the French districts of La Turbie, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and Peille. The cooperative is entwined with Monaco. It capacities to some degree as a room network the same number of its inhabitants are utilized in Monaco. The fundamental piece of the town comprises of Belle Epoque houses with elaborate doors.
Attractions inside Beausoleil incorporate the Gustave Eiffel secured showcase, St Joseph's Sanctuary and the Fontdivina Fountain and Wash House. Given the town's nearness to Monaco, land in Beausoleil is restrictively costly for some. There is a sense in which the much progressively costly Monaco trades its specialist convenience challenge to Beausoleil, which, thus, sends out its own intense settlement challenge to other French towns further inland.