Tower No. 1

The French Riviera in a day

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Explore the French Riviera on a guided tour and discover Nice, Eze, the famous Monaco, Saint-Paul-De-Vence, Antibes and Cannes. This sightseeing tour of the French Riviera's most beautiful towns and iconic places will show you the beauty of the French coastline. In the south of France, you'll discover the luxury of grand hotels and the beauty of the sea. You'll also be able to enjoy some fine culinary experiences, but above all you'll be able to enjoy the simplicity, conviviality and gentle Mediterranean way of life.

About this tour :

On the programme:

Nice - Cap Ferrat :

Enjoy spectacular views from the heights of Nice and admire the magnificent panorama over the port of Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

Eze:

Take a unique journey and visit the medieval village of Èze. Here, you'll have the chance to immerse yourself in this magnificent place and discover the secrets of perfume on a free guided tour of the Fragonard perfumery. 
 

Monaco & Monté-Carlo :

Visit the unforgettable Principality of Monaco, where you'll have time to explore the old town, the cathedral, the palace and the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
 
Then continue along the Formula 1 circuit to luxury Monte Carlo, with its famous casino and upmarket boutiques.

St Paul de Vence :

Visit Saint-Paul-De-Vence. Marvel at the "jewel of Provence", home to many painters and artists. Stroll through the streets of this fortified medieval village and get a taste of centuries of history and artistic creativity. 
 

Antibes :

Visit Antibes. This tourist town combines nautical traditions with luxury pleasures. You'll visit the old town, Europe's largest business and luxury marina - the port of billionaires.

Cannes :

Visit the famous city of stars - Cannes. Explore the hills of Beverly, France, stroll along the famous Croisette, enjoy the luxury hotels, restaurants and shops, and above all visit the Palais des Festivals and walk the famous red carpet in the image of Hollywood and world stars.
 

What our customers say:

zarkava
zarkava
28/01/2024
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100% recommend Michael was a great tour guide with lots of interesting info. I’m really glad I did this tour, I was planning on going by public transport but I managed to fit so much more in and some of the places like Monte Carlo only needed about 1/2 an hour.
Gabe B
Gabe B
27/01/2024
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Valerio the goat Valerio was our driver and he made our trip. He was super nice and told us so much great history. For the money it was a great time. If you do the tour definitely request him!
Josefa T
Josefa T
19/01/2024
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Tour solo de traslados El tour consiste solo en traslados, sin guía turístico. Por el precio a mi gusto le faltó un guía que fuese explicando y guiando la visita.
Maria L
Maria L
16/01/2024
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Great opportunity to see the French countryside Awesome day with our singing tour guide Valerio! He taught us a lot about the region’s history and kept us entertained throughout the day. These small group tours are the best!
Viaggiatore732014
Viaggiatore732014
08/01/2024
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Esperienza molto interessante Veramente una bella esperienza, paesaggi mozzafiato e l' esperienza presso l' azienda enologica molto interessante ed istruttiva. Tour di Saint-Pierre-sur-Vence una vera scoperta di unn borgo di artisti veri. Consigliatissima
Jianfen X
Jianfen X
05/01/2024
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Very good tour The tour guide picked us up right on time. He answered our questions very patiently and was very nice. We had a good tour.
Hind A
Hind A
04/01/2024
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Worth visiting It was worth visiting the city. And the tour guide lovely Cici, friendly, hilarious, we enjoyed her company. I recommend visiting it in spring or summer.
habbouba07
habbouba07
02/01/2024
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Romantisch - Côtes d‘Azur Die Côtes d‘Azur hat enorm viel zu bieten, auch im Winter. Wer Lust auf modernes Shopping hat, Cap3000 in Nizza, kleines herziges Städtchen mit grossem Hafen Antibes (Altstadt und Museum), St. Tropez & Cannes sind zum schlendern wunderbar, und man isst die feinste Trüffelpizza im Caffe Roma in Cannes oder in Nizza schlendert man an der Corniche, wer Kunst gerne hat, der besucht das Künstlerdorf Saint Paul de Vence. Es gibt für jeden Geschmack etwas, auch die Kinder kommen nicht zu kurz, das Marineland zum Beispiel kann man besuchen und auch grad dort übernachten, sind tolle Zimmer und wunderbares Restaurant. Wer einen Abstecher ins nahe gelegene Monaco machen will ist an der richtigen Adresse. Die Gegend ist wunderschön, für jedes Budget gibt es Unterkünfte, erreichbar mit dem Zug, Flugzeug (Nizza) oder mit dem Auto/ Motorrad. Essen, Trinken und einfach geniessen.
Sophie B
Sophie B
02/01/2024
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Faultless! Absolutely fantastic trip! From pick-up to drop-off, our tour guide was fabulous. Really friendly and knowledgable with all of the scenic areas and the vineyard itself.
Karen
Karen
31/12/2023
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Enjoyable, but too rushed! Overall we enjoyed the trip, but it was all very rushed. We only had 15 mins at the casino area, so no time to go in!
Mudit Naithani
Mudit Naithani
05/02/2024
We had a great tour of the french riviera, our tour guide was Roman, he has been extremely co-operative and did a great job.
Lee Hyman
Lee Hyman
05/02/2024
Amazing tour from David
Sonal Jindal
Sonal Jindal
05/02/2024
We did the French Rivera tour with Roman and it was a great experience. Visited Eze, Monaco, Monte Carlo, St Paul De Vence and Antibes.
Elina Huisman
Elina Huisman
04/02/2024
I had a really nice time doing the tour with David. He was really polite and told us a lot about Nice, Eze and Monaco. He gave us enough time to discover these places. He is very talkative and funny, so it’s easy to ask questions and make conversations. I would recommend David as a tour guide.
Nadine Vs
Nadine Vs
04/02/2024
David was an amazing guide. He took us to some special places and we really enjoyed his facts about the cities. It was interesting to learn about the south of France and seeing beautiful views. We had an amazing day and experience! Highly recommend!
Тарас Паращук
Тарас Паращук
04/02/2024
Отлично провели время, экскурсия очень поправилась, столько красивых мест, хотелось бы приехать ещё! Спасибо Роману за настроение и массу интересных историй!
Ho Ting Abe Ngan
Ho Ting Abe Ngan
04/02/2024
Very excellent tour and we got the best of french riveria. The guide called Roman was fantastic
jon wadley
jon wadley
04/02/2024
David was great! Very knowledgeable about the areas and super nice guy. Thx David!
Marie B
Marie B
03/02/2024
Roman took me to Eze, Antibes, Cannes, etc for whole day. Fabulous tour guide, funny, patient, kind and he hauled my very heavy scooter in and out of his van multiple times during the day. Thanks Roman!
Niyati Prakash Arora
Niyati Prakash Arora
03/02/2024
Tour was so amazing! We had a great time, he explained us clearly. His name was Roman, friendly, kind & polite. 9 hours just passed by.

This one-day tour is ideal for road lovers. You'll be travelling for miles, stopping off at every place you visit to soak up a piece of Mediterranean history. You'll make some wonderful discoveries between small villages and large towns. Discover museums, cathedrals, festival venues, the old town of Nice, walks and panoramic views all in one day.

Why do the Côte d'Azur in just one day?

Visiting the Côte d'Azur in a day is certainly not enough. There is so much to discover in the south of France, not least the cafés in the port of St TropezFort Saint Jean in Marseille, Monaco's most beautiful beaches, the Fragonard perfumery in Eze, parks, gardens, the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, other ports and the sights of the Mediterranean. Cannes.

Côte d'Azur

On the Côte d'Azur, you can move from one village to the next for a pleasantly gentle stay. Then you can enjoy the urban atmosphere of Nice or Monaco. You can visit art museums, palaces and harbours. You'll also discover breathtaking architecture, small markets and other gems typical of the South of France.

Whatever the case, you can visit an interesting part of the Côte d'Azur in one day. The tour takes you to the most famous places and monuments on the French Riviera, and gives you a unique adventure to capture on film. We'll take you on this adventure from your hotel in Nice. And don't forget that you can also take a tour of Nice after the Côte d'Azur day to extend your stay.

It's also an opportunity to travel along the Mediterranean Sea to recharge your batteries after a long week or during the holidays.

What will you discover on this trip?

Departing from Nice, you'll hop into a premium vehicle; the 10-hour long grand tour starts there. Make sure you wear light clothing for a comfortable visit.

The tour begins with the stunning view of the port of Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat from the heights above Nice. It's a good starting point for getting a taste of the beauty of the Côte d'Azur's seascapes. After Nice, you'll be in Eze. This short diversions will allow you to learn more about the history of Fragonard's perfume.

Monaco and of course Monté-Carlo are on the next stopover. This is an opportunity to visit the Principality of Monaco and discover the princely world of this part of the Côte d'Azur. After Monaco, you'll be in Saint-Paul-De-Vence, a charming medieval village well worth a visit. Yes, visiting a fortified medieval village is always impressive.

Your guide will then take you to Antibes, where you'll discover the luxury world of the Côte d'Azur's billionaires. It's only a stopover, but you'll learn the essentials about the town of Antibes and be able to spot restaurants and good places to prepare for a possible stay. After Antibes, it's on to Cannes and its famous Croisette. Not far from there, you'll find the old port of Cannes. The town has plenty of surprises in store to round off your visit.

Port of Cannes

Visiting the Côte d'Azur in a day lasting 10 hours is a great adventure. You'll see the best features of the French Riviera from town to town, so don't forget to fully charge your phone or camera for some great shots - bring a power bank too!

Nice - Cap Ferrat: breathtaking views

Get a bird's eye view of Nice's old town and the surrounding landscape. Observe the architecture of the various buildings that bear witness to the city's historic past. You'll see green areas which blend with the city's buildings to form a beautiful landscape. Admire not only the roofs of the citybut also the hills of the surrounding area. The town's beautiful layout is well worth seeing from above.

Cap Ferrat

As you're on the Côte d'Azur, it would be a shame to miss Cap Ferrat and the port of Villefranche-sur-Mer. You'll have a panoramic view of these emblematic Côte d'Azur watering holes. They are not only famous in Nice and the surrounding area, but are also a must-see on the French Riviera. You can admire the dance of the boats, the infinite blue of the sea and the peaceful but dynamic life that is organised here.

The panoramic view over the heights of Nice and the surrounding area is something not to be missed on the Côte d'Azur.admire the landscape on land and at sea in complete tranquillity.

Eze: medieval charm on the French Riviera

The first thing you'll do in Eze is visit the Fragonard perfume factory. This historic perfume factory houses laboratories, workshops and a museum. The Eze perfume factory in existence since 1782. However, the factory is one of the historic buildings on the Côte d'Azur that you can visit free of charge. As well as discovering how perfume is made and the jobs involved in the perfume industry, you can also learn about 3,000 years of perfume history at the factory museum. Other things you need to know, the perfume industry also manufactures cosmeticsVisitors can buy products on site.

The medieval village of Eze sits on a cliff not far from Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Eze is characterised by its narrow streets, staircases, flowers and shops. There are also several art galleries. The village offers a panoramic view over the bay of Monaco. You can even see Corsica from afar when the weather is fine. In this picturesque village, you can discover the French Riviera from a charmingly traditional angle. If you enjoy visiting regions and places where the 'local' is valued for inspiring real discoveries in tourists, this part of the programme will appeal to you.

Monaco and Monte Carlo: a memorable stopover

Monaco is where you'll find an old town with buildings of breathtaking architecture. In particular, you'll see the princely palace of Monaco with its frescoes and grand flats.

Princely Palace of Monaco

You can also walk through Monaco's old town, which is renowned for its cleanliness and calm. The facades of the houses in the old town and its narrow cobbled streets are another interesting part of the region to discover. This tour also takes in Monaco's palaces, sea views, the Cathedral and, of course, the Palace of Monaco.he changing of the guard. It's spectacular when you're travelling to Monaco for the first time.

The route then continues to Monte Carlo, but before you get there, you'll need to along the Formula 1 circuit or Monaco Grand Prix circuit. It's a must-see in the city and certainly a must-see when travelling along the Côte d'Azur. Next, you'll have the chance to see Monte Carlo's luxury boutiques and casinos.

Saint Paul de Vence: the artists' village

Saint-Paul de Vence is nestled in the Southern Alps. It is another medieval village with ramparts, the square tower of l'Esperon, the keep of the Château de Saint Paul de Vence, and stone houses. Saint Paul de Vence stands out for its Wednesday market held in the village square. It's the perfect time to discover and sample the local produce. The village also boasts a pontis, an oil mill and the Maeght Foundation garden.

If you're an artist at heart, or if you simply love beautiful things, this jewel of Provence is a place you must visit. Picasso, Prévert and Miro are among the most famous artists to have stayed here. You can discover the works of various artists in the village's art galleries.

Saint Paul de Vence also has a waxwork museum. The museum tells the story of the people who shaped the village's past, including Vauban and the Count of Provence.

Antibes: a town of luxury

Antibes is a town cherished by billionaires. It's a place of business and luxury, which you can cross to discover the Vauban port, one of the largest marinas in Europe. You'll also find emblematic monuments such as the Garoupe lighthouse and Fort Carré. The visit won't last long, but if you're staying in Antibes for a day, you can pop over to the Parc Marineland and enjoy the nautical pleasures of this unforgettable place.

Antibes

Cannes: the city of stars

Cannes is the icing on the cake. It's where you'll find the Palais des Festivals and where you can walk the red carpet. Take advantage of this visit to find out more about what the stars like when they go to Cannes.

This day trip to the French Riviera could be one of the highlights of your free time. Collect trips to enrich yourself.

Enjoy in complete safety

We take every precaution to ensure your safety. Masks and hydro-alcoholic gel are available, and our vehicles are disinfected at every stop during the tours.

Full refund in the event of cancellation

Cancellation up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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