Nice, the fifth largest city in France, acts as a magnet attracting people from all over the world, for a multitude of reasons. Elegant and simple, Nice's charm comes from its exceptional climate as well as its beauty. Even in the winter the café terraces are filled with people happily drinking and contemplating the ultra-famous Promenade des Anglais. Always in flower this wonderful walk follows along the bay, looking out onto the Baie des Anges and the beaches on one side, and on the other such luxury hotels as the Negresco.
Enjoy a visit of Eze passing by the Corniche Road
Eze is a medieval village perched like an eagles nest on a narrow rocky peak overlooking the Mediterranean sea. The ancient fortified village is still crowned with the ruins of its 12th-century fortified castle (torn down in 1706), sitting on a narrow rocky peak. The castle grounds host the well-known Jardin Exotique, and from the top (429 m) you'll have an good view of the coast
The village forms a circular pattern around the base of the castle. The old buildings and narrow streets are very well restored, with high stone walls and narrow roadways of red-brick centered stone. The narrow roads wend their way upward to the well sign-posted Jardin Exotique Panorama. When you finally arrive at the top, you'll find the way to the Jardin, and the panoramic view.
Enjoy a lunch at La Chevre d’Or – to be paid on site
The ‘La Chèvre d’Or’ gourmet restaurant (2 Michelin ® stars) is a living treasure that reveals the magic of flavor, its fine nuances, and blossoming fragrances. The executive chef, Ronan Kervarrec, works away in his modern kitchens housed in medieval buildings, to offer you the delights of carefully selected local ingredients striking a fine balance between textures and flavors.
Discover a sophisticated blend of freshness and elegance, the ideal setting for a memorable occasion.
End of your day with a visit of the Villa Ephrussi
The "Ephrussi de Rothschild" villa & its 9 gardens in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat. Considered one of the finest properties on the Riviera, beyond its seven themed gardens, the Baroness filled the mansion with antique furniture, Old Master paintings, sculptures, objets d'art, and assembled an extensive collection of rare porcelain.