Cap d'Ail lies between Eze and Monaco. Don't let the banal appearance the town shows when you cross it using the Low Corniches abuse you. It's indeed on of the most exclusive place on the Riviera, with magnificent houses which attracted here famous visitors such as W. Churchill, Greta Garbo or the Lumière brothers.
The main attraction in Cap d'Ail is its location.
The coastal path
Paved all the way long, you can enjoy it with almost any kind of shoes. It's an easy walk. It will lead you to Monaco. But, beforehand, you will have to walk along the Marquet beach and the port of Cap d'Ail. It's fairly ugly but fortunately, it's only the very last part of the path. You will walk under magnificient villas and enjoy an unobstructed view on the Sea.
It's easy to go there by train. By car, the problem is to park.