Visit, explore, roam


Located on the pebbled coastline of the Bay of Angels, Nice has the charm of a Mediterranean city where the sweetness of life is due as much to the beauty of the city as to its exceptional climate. Here, even in winter, the café terraces are pleasant and one can admire the famous Promenade des Anglais, with on one side, the numerous beaches and on the other, the luxurious hotels, including the famous Negresco Palace. It is by strolling in the old Nice, with its picturesque lanes, its facades with ochre colors declined until yellow or red that you will discover the personality of the Nice people..

Cap d'Ail and the Mala beach

On the way to Monaco, near Cap d'Ail, the Mala beach remains off the beaten track. Go down the stairs to the cove, enjoy a rosé at the Eden Beach at sunset and maybe stay for dinner... A pure moment of happiness. 

Cannes and Lérins Islands

Cannes rolls out the red carpet for you: come and discover the seaside resort famous for its international film festival and for the Croisette, lined with fine sandy beaches, luxury boutiques and palaces. The must-see places, the history of the city and its festival, the shopping places, the shows and festivals, the guided tours, the cultural life, the hotels... everything is gathered there, without forgetting the excursions which will take you to visit the magnificent Lérins Islands, the perched villages of the hinterland and admire breathtaking panoramas.


Located between Cannes and Nice, Antibes is famous for its old town surrounded by ramparts built by Vauban in the 17th century. You will walk along the sea following the line of the ramparts to the Vauban marina where luxurious yachts are moored. Above your heads, you can admire the old cathedral and the Grimaldi Castle which dominate the old town. Along the way, you will overlook the beautiful white sandy beach of La Gravette nestled between the ramparts and the Vauban port. Antibes is a wooded peninsula dotted with sumptuous villas. 

Saint Paul de Vence

Discover the famous perched village of Saint Paul de Vence. Stroll through its narrow streets and admire the breathtaking view of the Mediterranean.