The French Riviera, a pleasure for the senses…

  • Lérins Islands

    Lérins Islands

    Just 100 meters from La Croisette, facing the Bay of Cannes, the Lérins Islands welcome you. In an idyllic setting of unspoilt nature, these spots in the Mediterranean offer visitors a unique collection of flora and fauna and a unique story that mixes the mysteries of the Iron mask with the serenity of the Cistercian monks.

  • Cannes Festival

    Cannes Festival

    Keep your eyes open: you may spot a celebrity. This is even more likely if you decide to visit the city in the month of May when the Cannes International Film Festival is held, and celebrities, photographers with close-up lenses, and the international press invade the city. All eyes are on the city during this month and you can be a direct witness to the hosting of the best movie premieres of the year. On Boulevard de la Croisette, you will encounter the Palais des Festivals, where the red carpet is rolled out and the main projections take place.

  • The interior of Cannes

    The interior of Cannes

    The interior of Cannes is full of cities and towns typical of Provence such as Grasse (famous for its perfumes), Cabris (with its magnificent views of the Var and the Alpes-Maritimes), Gourdon (a mountain village where you can enjoy a full view from Mandelieu to Monaco), and Saint-Paul-de-Vence, one of the most picturesque Provencal villages in the area chosen by many artists to settle into for various lengths of time to live and work in: Matisse, Fernand Léger, Chagall… Today, it is very pleasant to stroll along the pedestrian streets and admire its art galleries and craft workshops.

  • Nice

    Nice

    If you have enough time to discover the French Riviera, the town of Nice, less than 40 km away, is a must. Glamour, beauty, art, culture, dynamism… You will be seduced by the charm of the second most visited city in France where you will notice the influence of Italian culture in gastronomy, architecture, and art. It is the perfect excursion for a day well-spent, where you can visit museums, go shopping, try the typical pissaladière, relax on the beach, stroll along the Promenade des Anglais, wander through the streets of the Vieille ville or even participate in the famous Carnival celebration… However: you should wake up early if you don’t want to miss any of the many wonders offered by Nice.

  • Monaco

    Monaco

    Monaco is a mini-country (the second smallest independent state after the Vatican) located on the French Riviera. This principality is especially popular for its mild climate, elegant yachts, casino, and Formula 1 circuit, although there are also famous scandals involving the royal family. Be sure to visit the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, where you will discover rare species of fish. It is worth taking a trip from the Hotel Thomas and breathing in a day of the glamour and luxury of Monte Carlo, the most distinguished district of this tiny country.

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