Recent Articles

  • "Don't set fire to my food next time!"

    Originally from sleepy Suffolk, Lewis Longman moved to Cannes three years ago in the search of something meaningful to fill the predictable void of post-graduate life. Between the ubiquitous palm trees of the sun-soaked Côte d’Azur and the terraces of its numerous restaurants, he thinks he has found that something...

  • Hosting the grand masters

    Venice – or La Serenissima meaning the ‘most serene’ as it is also known – has long inspired the work and imagination of artists. Yet the beauty of the Venetian cityscape – the romance of its canals and the charm of its magical light – has never been portrayed with as much love and sensitivity as it was by the 18th and 19th century grandmasters.

  • Ringo Starr in Monaco

    Tickets have gone on sale for one of this summer’s most highly anticipated events: Ringo Starr in concert at the Salle des Etoiles on 6th July for the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival!

  • New app for bus travel

    The Envibus network has launched a new mobile application that hopes to simplify and streamline public transport travel for residents in the Communauté d'Agglomération de Sophia Antipolis (CASA). As he presented the digital tool – Envibus Ticket – on Wednesday 10th January, Mayor of Antibes Jean Leonetti said: “We must question why people still use their car, particularly when travelling into a town centre!”

  • French labour law reform

    During his presidential campaign, Emmanuel Macron announced his plans for significant reforms to France’s labour laws.

  • An international Christmas in Beaulieu

    St Michael’s Church in Beaulieu-sur-Mer is extending a welcome to members of the international religious community throughout the Christmas period.

  • 'Tis the season at the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

    The magical setting of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild becomes a winter wonderland this festive season with the 'Tis the Season: Diva Opera’s Christmas Show on Saturday 16th December.

  • Corsica from the Côte

    Early risers on the coast this morning might have caught a glimpse of a rare sight on the horizon: the silhouette of Cap Corse in Corsica, around 100 nautical miles away.