I'd like to combine Eze and Villefranche in one day, and even though I have a general idea how to do it, I'm not quite sure about some details, and I'd rather not waste time trying to find my way around, as I'd attempt to be in Villefrance by certain time.
I'm planning to get on bus #82 from Eze to Villefranche and then walk down or wait for bus #80 (they're very infrequent, though, so chances are I'll walk). However, there are quite a few stops - La Calade, Saint-Michel, Les Caroubiers, La Leopolda, Le Castellet, La Corne d'Or, La Pinede, and Col de Villefranche - and I don't know where to get off. Alternatively, I'm looking also at bus #112, which has only one stop in Villefranche - Col de Villefranche. It looks like this bus goes around the outskirts of the place and this is probably not a very convenient stop.
Where should I get off in order to catch #80? If you go from the upper level Villefranche down to the beach, what's the direction of the bus - NICE - Riquier or VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER - Le Gentilhomme? I don't quite get this timetable as 3 more stops are mentioned (one even past the last one), but there are hyphens across the columns, as if they're not serviced or something... Unfortunately, the only 2 names that overlap with the names of the stops of bus #82 are among those.
Would the stop you tell me to get off to catch #80 be also the best stop if I am to walk down to the harbor? If not, which one is best for walking (because that's the more likely scenario)? How long of a walk would that be?
If you have any better ideas, I'm open to them, too, but I wasn't able to come up with anything faster or more convenient. The bus going from Eze Village down to the train station is also very infrequent and I'd rather not walk down there (based on what I've read). The distances are so short, but getting around by public transit is kind of frustrating.
I'd appreciate your help.