A picture of Eze Village seen from the exotic garden

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The region

The Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region is world-renowned for its rich culture, historic heritage and breathtaking diversity of landscapes. With quick access to both the sea and the mountains, there are plenty of activities on offer. Renowned for its many sunny days all year round, it is a much sought-after destination for tourists.

Villefranche-sur-mer on the Côte d'Azur

Villefranche-sur-mer

A picture of Eze Village seen from the exotic garden

Eze Village

A photo of the town of Menton

Menton

A photo of the town of Monaco

Monaco

A photo of the town of Monaco

Théoule-sur-mer

The must-see towns on the Cote d’Azur

An aerial view of the villa in Monaco

Monaco

Just 30 minutes from our villas, the Principality of Monaco is highly sought-after for its prestigious establishments and events.

An aerial view of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat

Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

This ancient fishing village is just fifteen minutes from our villas, and offers authentic corners full of charm.

An aerial view of the town of Cannes

Cannes

The town has become legendary for hosting some of the greatest names in the 7th art, and it’s only a 50-minute drive to the narrow streets of Cannes.

An overview of the town of Saint Tropez

Saint-Tropez

The town has become legendary for hosting some of the greatest names in the 7th art, and it’s only a 50-minute drive to the narrow streets of Cannes.

A JUMBLE OF FESTIVITIES AND SPORTING EVENTS.

Events not to be missed

Numerous events are celebrated throughout the year. Many of these are publicised in the media, attracting many celebrities and countless tourists to the region.

The Cannes Film Festival

The Croisette has been home to the world’s greatest film stars since 1939.

For ten days in May, numerous screenings take place to compete for the Palme d’Or. As well as actors and other major players in the 7th art, many public figures join in the fun.

The Cannes Festival

The Monaco Grand Prix

For 80 years now, the Principality of Monaco has been transformed into a racing circuit during the month of May.

Many tourists and celebrities from the four corners of the globe flock to the south to witness the Grand Prix frenzy. As the event is eagerly awaited every year, you’ll need to plan well in advance if you want to see the drivers take off at breakneck speed from Monaco harbour.

The Monaco Grand Prix

The Monte Carlo Television Festival

Created by Prince Rainier III, it is still an eagerly awaited annual event in the television world.

For four days, a host of stars from the small screen and television channels come to the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo to parade and promote their programmes. Not to mention the promotion, it’s a competition to win the Golden Nymph.

The Monte Carlo television festival

Rolex Monte Carlo Tennis Masters

It is one of the oldest and most important tennis tournaments in the world.

During the month of April, the 56 best clay-court tennis players compete on Monegasque soil. The challenge remains the same: to win the trophy. Many sports personalities make an appearance at this time of year. But over the years, celebrities from other worlds have also wanted to attend this tournament.

Rolex Monte Carlo Tennis Masters

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