Explore the French Riviera, its seaside towns, its beaches and its idylic coves
Between ocher and blue
Villefranche shines with its superb harbor is known as one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. Dominated by hills and stately homes, is currently one of the most sought after places on the French Riviera.
Between sea and mountains
Situated between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains, Nice is the economic capital of the Côte d’Azur. Both elegant and popular, Nice is a charming city thanks to its Mediterranean sweet way of life and its extraordinary climate among other assets.
A blend of tradition and contemporary
Situated between Nice and Cannes, and surrounded by the medieval villages of the region, the town steeped in maritime culture thanks to its 23 kilometers of coastline, offers a large choice of water sports and activities. One of the most important leisure harbors in Europe, thanks to the diversity of activities on offer and as such an important factor in the development of the Côte d’Azur.
The Italian border
Facing the Mediterranean Sea, at the heart of Europe and at the extreme South West of France, nestled between the Italian Border and the principality of Monaco, Menton bathes in this context of multiple influences. The town center itself remains accessible to all and has multiple means of reaching this pearl of Mediterranean culture.
A world apart
The principality of Monaco is a sovereign city-state and microstate, situated on the Côte d’Azur between the Southern Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. The name alone is synonymous with prestige, beauty and dreams.
Beaulieu sur mer
The spirit Riviera…
The extremely mild climate, the clarity of its bay “Ants” (literally the “ants bay” although don’t worry you won’t find any), the lush vegetation make Beaulieu-sur-Mer a seaside charm chic and authentic. It also owes its reputation to the villa Kérylos.
La vie en version originale
Full of sights to see, guided by the natural beauty of places and their historical interest: the bay and its sandy beaches, the islands of Lérins with their royal fort, their museum and ancient abbey, the palaces on the Croisette and mansions inherited from the time when the royal families there elected their winter quarters…