Sightseeing tours


Appreciated by artists for a long time, the city attracted the international “jet set” since the 1960s, and still seduce by its beaches and nightlife.


Famous for its film festival, Cannes is also an international showcase for the luxury industry.


Antibes is known for its old town surrounded by 16th century ramparts housing Fort Carré. Its port is famous for the luxurious yachts that are moored there. It is close to Juan-les-Pins, a chic seaside resort with a lively nightlife.


Saint-Paul de Vence is a small typical Provençal medieval village surrounded by 16th century ramparts built on the orders of King Francis I. There is La Colombe d’Or, a hostel that has hosted a lot of artists such as Yves Montand, Chagall, Modigliani, Picasso, or Matisse … and still houses many of their works.


Grasse is known for its perfume industry whose heritage is celebrated at the International Perfume Museum in the heart of the city. Some famous perfumeries like Fragonard, Molinard and Galimard can be visited.


Nice, capital of the Côte d’Azur, is located on the coast of the « Baie des Anges ». The city has been attracting artists for a long time. The Henri Matisse museum is dedicated to the artistic career of the painter of Nice. The Marc Chagall Museum houses some of the greatest religious works of the artist.


Located on one of the most beautiful bay in the world, favorite anchorage of the most prestigious cruise ships, Villefranche-sur-Mer has preserved its historic cachet with its port, the colorful facades of its old town and its citadel. 


Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, an elegant seaside resort with a marina is known for its dreamlike peninsula, which can be visited by numerous hiking trails. Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild and its sumptuous gardens are also part of this enchanting framework.


Located between Nice and Monaco, the old village of Eze overlooks the sea. The ruins of its medieval castle and narrow streets attract many artists.


Monaco is known for its high-end casinos, yachting marina and prestigious Formula 1 Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, its main district,houses elegant Belle Époque casinos and the Salle Garnier, the opera house. It also has many luxury hotels, shops, nightclubs and restaurants.


The Italian Riviera (in Italian Riviera Liguria) is the coastal area of the Liguria region which has many seaside resorts with picturesque charm and traditional lifestyle, which made it famous: Ventimiglia, Bordighera, Sanremo, Imperia, Alassio , portofino etc.


Visit of a selection of Côte de Provence Wineyards, discovery and tasting of the finest wines of Provence.