Nice, France


Nice is a city in the southeast of France and the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department. The name of the city is also used as a family name in Western countries. The word nice is derived from the Latin words ne-scius and nescire, meaning “delicacy”. It is also used in a negative sense to mean “unkind.”

While some people object to the use of this word to describe people and behaviour, other people feel that the word describes someone as being thoughtful and kind. Nice people are considerate and nice, which is why you would want to be nice to them. To be nice to someone is to show them that you appreciate their thoughtfulness. You can also use the word nice to describe something or someone you like.

There are several beaches in Nice. The beaches in front of the city are mostly pebbly, but the ones east of Nice are sandy. A few of them are public and free. A beautiful stretch of sand is found at Blue Beach, which is open all year round. There are also watersports available there, and there’s also a restaurant and lounge bar nearby.

NICE also publishes pathways, which are graphical representations of its guidance. These pathways bring together related guidance and include links to other products and services. Gail Sowden, a physiotherapist and NICE fellow, describes her fellowship as an opportunity to build networks, learn about NICE, and engage with its activities. As a consultant physiotherapist, she says that getting involved in NICE’s work is the perfect way to enhance professional development and promote a culture of using evidence-based guidance.