Whether for the clear blue skies or the ceruleanwaters of the Mediterranean, it’s not without reason that this part of the world is called the Côte d’Azur. But if you’ve tired of the sand and saltof the beaches, grab your towel and head to one ofthese stunning swimming pools. After you!
On 20th July, join Club Vivanova for a sensational rosé wine party at one of the finest dining establishments of the French Riviera, the Château de la Chèvre d’Or.
With large-scale commemorations planned in memory of the victims of last year’s terror attack, local authorities in Nice are warning residents and visitors of traffic modifications, road closures and parking restrictions within and around the city at the end of this week.
Dirty Dancing is back! The record-breaking blockbuster of the 1980s starring Baby and Johnny is returning this summer to the French Riviera! Until 15th July, British producer Paul Elliott will revive the mythical romance with Dirty Dancing: the Classic Story on Stage in Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum.
Established as a foundation by conceptual artist Bernar Venet in 2014, the sculpture park in Le Muy is the result of a life’s work and is a haven for those who love contemporary art and sculpture. The collection reads like a ‘who’s who’ of modern talent and our handsome host himself is one of France’s most important living sculptors.
In China, power was not formed with words like at the Greek agora, the Roman forum or in Western democracy… In China, power was formed with the brush.
If I was to give this restaurant in the heart of Antibes’ old town a tagline, it would have to be ‘cuisine sous le soleil’. Nacional specialises in high quality meats, but it also has a robust Mediterranean menu bursting with flavours of the region: truffles, fresh fish, burratas, and — of course — rosé.
Last Wednesday marked the start of the awaited six-week summer sales in the Alpes-Maritime department.