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If you’re after a bit of glitz and glamour then the beautiful seaside city of Nice in the south of France should do the trick. As the fifth largest city in France, Nice has lots to offer from a delicious gastronomy to beautiful scenery and a great range of cultural attractions… and all this with over 300 days of sunshine a year!

Pulling in the crowds for centuries with a dizzying array of sun, sea and style, Nice is in every way the capital of the Côte d’Azur France, one of the most glamorous holiday destinations in the whole of Europe. Walk the red carpet in Cannes, drool over the super-yachts in Antibes, join the celeb set in St Tropez or celeb spot at Paloma beach, whatever you choose to do, holidays to the Côte d’Azur are action packed with elegance!

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1. Nice        

Get lost in the streets of the Old Town (Vieux Nice) to discover the outstanding architecture of Baroque churches, including the Cathédrale Sainte Réparate and the Église du Gesù. Walk, cycle or rollerblade along the iconic seaside promenade and enjoy a superb view of the Baie des Anges. Discover Nissa la Bella, with its wealth of history, culture and art - Baroque art, the Belle Époque and Modernism are some of the many different styles found in this truly contemporary city.

2. Cannes

The world famous city of Cannes, a jewel of the Côte d'Azur, never disappoints. It is dazzling, magnificent and chic like the festivals and events it hosts - the annual Cannes Film Festival is by far the most well-known, attracting celebrities from all over the world. In contrast, the simple authenticity of its neighbourhoods (Le Suquet) and bustling markets may come as a surprise. The sandy beaches and establishments along La Croisette contemplate one of the most splendid natural heritage sites of the French Riviera: the Isles of Lérins.

3. Antibes

At the heart of the Côte d’Azur is Antibes-Juan-les-Pins, a maritime city with Greek and Roman origins, characterised by it ramparts designed by Vauban, its ports including Port Vauban, chic majestic Cap d'Antibes and its sandy beaches. The unique charm of Antibes has delighted many visitors, from Picasso to Nicolas de Staël. The modern town, like so many along the Côte d’Azur, is best admired from the sea; don’t miss the yachts of “Billionaires’ Wharf” opposite the Fort-Carré! Inland, near the villages of Biot, Valbonne, Villeneuve-Loubet enjoy vast natural parks and superb golf courses. The surrounding villages thrive with artistic creativity and architectural charm.


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Sightseeing


Explore Nice with a volunteer who will show all the local places. Complete an online questionnaire about your interests seven days before you arrive so a "greeter" can create a tailored tour for you. (www.nice-greeters.com)

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A guided Segway Tour might not be ultra-cool, what with the helmet and all, but it is seriously fun and a good way to see the promenade. You also see a lot of the old town, and learn a bit about its history. All info from the tourist office at 5 Promenade des Anglais.

Day Trips


Go by train to Grasse (1 hour) and take the free tour of the perfume factory, from the laboratory and conditioning room to the shop. You can even create your own scent. http://www.galimard.com/index.php/en/galimard.html


A short train ride away from Nice lies Monaco, which oozes glamour and wealth. Check out the fascinating Musée Océanographique or head to the beach. www.visitmonaco.com

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