Monte Carlo is a city devoted to the pursuit of pleasure. Its famous casinos vie with luxury yachts for the attentions of well-heeled visitors. Not the prettiest town on the coast, this is a place to let loose.
Saint Tropez has long enjoyed a reputation as a sexy, glamorous getaway. What was once a quiet fishing village will forever be the Riviera’s most gorgeous destination.
Cannes is the playground of the rich and famous, a place of glitz and glamour, supercars and designer boutiques. But Cannes has a natural beauty too, is set in a natural harbour looking out to a string of islands in the sea.
A stroll along the Promenade des Anglais is a rite of passage for visitors to Nice. Catering to the sophisticated traveller since the Belle Époque, Nice is a surprisingly charming town with a historic centre and classic French markets.
Eze achieves that magical combination of hilltop village and coastal setting, making it a very special place. The picturesque village has panoramic views over the dazzling Mediterranean Sea.
Aix-en-Provence is the stuff of dreams, the archetypal French town, an inspiration to Cezanne and a wonderful place to simply wander the streets and get lost. Visit the market for a flavour of local life.
A medieval fantasy of jumbled houses dangling perilously from sheer cliffs, Les-Baux-de-Provence is one of many hilltop villages in Provence to have inspired Van Gogh.
Meet with a French aristocrat and dine at their château for an insight into the life of France’s upper class.
Perfumerie in Grasse
Attend the 24 heures du Mans on an exclusive VIP package for privileged viewpoints and helicopter transfers. If you fancy having a go yourself, why not hire a supercar or vintage car to explore the country roads at your leisure and do it in style.
Grasse has been a centre of perfumery for centuries and today this tradition continues to thrive. Go to a local workshop and create your own bespoke perfume.
Join a local guide on a lifestyle tour of Provence visiting antique markets, cheese producers, vineyards, charcutiers, chocolate makers – and perhaps top it off with a cooking class in a country farmhouse, or under the supervision of a Michelin star chef.