One of the most popular destinations in the world, Nice is ideally located between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains. A city full of history, culture, art, events, nature and cuisine with distinct flavors linked to the land.

Nice combines authentic charm with the liveliness of the Mediterranean by offering a full calendar of activities. Discover the old town and learn how to cook an authentic “Niçoise” dish; or walk along the famous Promenade des Anglais before enjoying a delicious dinner with sea view.

Along the way, we recommend a quick visit of Villefranche sur Mer, set in the heart of one of the most beautiful bays in the hexagon whose crystal-clear waters are surrounded by the rich vegetation of Provence; and Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, famous for attracting worldwide celebrities and high society with the most beautiful mansions on the Côte d’Azur.


This picturesque and reserved village preserves its history with charming houses on cliffs, dating from the Middle Ages. It has original architecture, with stone buildings, narrow streets and alleys with slopes full of bougainville, all in the medieval style.

You can also find ateliers, family bistros, two castles where luxury hotels operate, and a Fragonard perfume factory.

At the top of the hill, visit the Jardin Exotique (427 meters high), followed by a gastronomic dinner with a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean sea.


Famous for its unique setting combining luxury and glamour, the Principality of Monaco has hidden treasures on every street corner. The district is home to the Casino Square, luxury hotels that are among the most prestigious in the world, and many high-end shops.

The most illustrious area of Monte-Carlo is even known as Carré d’Or (Gold Square) – a reference to the numerous jewelers found there.

Live an unforgettable Ferrari or Lamborghini experience driving along part of the Monaco F1 circuit and along the coast; and enjoy a sunset cruise in the Mediterranean Sea.


A colorful little town, with pastel-colored façades, bathed by a very blue sea, Menton is located right on the border with Italy. This charming destination provides a nice break from the hustle and bustle of Monaco and Nice.

Menton is a gardener's paradise and one of the first cities of art and history on the French Riviera, with beautiful narrow streets filled with cafes, ice cream parlors, and bistros with outdoor seating.

Do not miss the Musée Jean Cocteau with his 990 works and a permanent collection of other artists. Then relax and enjoy a Michelin starred restaurant built in the 1930 by the sea.