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French Riviera Private Tour

  • 10 days / 10 nights

  • Explore the best of Southern France on our tour.

  • A complete and diversified trip that you will never forget!

  • Travelers from all over the world are welcome to join our guided tours in English!

  • Pick up : NICE (airport/station).

  • Drop off: NICE (airport/station).

  • Maximum number of participants: 16 people.

  • 4-star Hotel: Hélios in Juan-les-Pins, Antibes.

  • Regions: Provence-Alpes Cote d'Azur.

  • Duration: 10 days, 10 nights.

  • Transport: 1 minibus with A.C. (16 tourists maximum, 3 accompanying persons and the driver)

  • Driving : Driving (1h to 4h max/day).

Learn more about the cities visited


Visit of Menton


City of Art and History, Old Menton has a special atmosphere, with its narrow cobbled streets and its charming baroque squares. Nestled in the extreme southeast of the French Riviera, Menton is considered "the pearl of France". Indeed, the city is not only beautiful, but also benefits from a subtropical micro climate, pleasant all year round. Visiting Menton is a pure moment of happiness. It is first of all a pleasure for the eyes, with its historical center and its old facades with soft pastel colors. It is also a wonderment, facing the vegetation and the famous luxuriant gardens. But Menton is also known worldwide for its famous lemon festival. Let's not forget the cultural aspect either, with Jean Cocteau, who left his mark in this southern city. And then, impossible not to mention the very beautiful beaches of Menton. During this day, we will visit the labyrinth of the heart of the city, its covered market, its old port. Along the streets we will go to the Basilica of St. Michael Archangel, one of the most impressive sacred buildings of the French Riviera, its chapel of the Immaculate Conception. A little higher up, an exceptional view awaits you from the Vieux-Château cemetery at the top of the old town. After having lunch in a good restaurant, we will visit the botanical garden Val Rahmeh, then a visit to the store "au pays du citron" for a tasting , a wine tasting in a private cellar. Then a free time for everyone, for a total change of scenery...

My Travel In France - Menton

"In Provence, the sun rises twice, in the morning and after the siesta." - Yvan Audouard

My Travel In France - Monaco

Visit of Monaco and Monte-Carlo


The Principality of Monaco is one of the most emblematic places on the French Riviera. Famous throughout the world for its Formula 1 Grand Prix and its tennis tournament, Monaco is also a city full of history and charm, where the Grimaldi family has reigned for hundreds of years. During this day we will visit the Old Town, a real open-air museum, the Casino square of Monte-Carlo, Monaco is full of treasures. Monaco is also a modern city that has managed to manage its space by expanding on the sea, discovery of the city, shopping avenue Princess Alice, We will visit the Cathedral of Saint-Nicolas, located on the Rock, in the historic district of Monaco, the Cathedral of Roman-Byzantine style is an important monument of the Monegasque identity. It was built in 1875 with white stones from La Turbie, a small village overlooking Monaco. It houses the tombs of the deceased princes of the Principality. We will visit the Prince's Palace, a symbol of Monaco's influence, the Prince's Palace is a must-see during a stay in Monaco. Official residence of the Prince since 1927, the Palace of Monaco overlooks the Mediterranean and is a reflection of the grandeur of the House of Grimaldi, the princely family that has ruled Monaco for several generations. We will have lunch in a very good restaurant in town. Then visit the exotic gardens, and at the end of the day, a cocktail tasting at the Casino of Monte-Carlo, designed by Charles Garnier, a pioneer of the Belle Époque architecture that adorned the streets of Paris, the casino building was inaugurated by Charles III of Monaco in 1863. For the players, you can try your luck during this moment. For this day an appropriate outfit is advised for the visit of the cathedral and the casino for example


"Provence is not a region of France; it's a country unto itself." - Jean Giono


Visit of Eze and Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat

Perched above the Mediterranean Sea, Èze is considered one of the most beautiful villages of the Alpes-Maritimes. The old village, located at an altitude of 400 meters, is accessed through an imposing fortified gate dating from the 14th century. The winding woven alleys form a real eagle's nest where the old stone covered with multicolored flowers makes us want to know its secrets. Like the old medieval villages, we pass under the vaults of the houses and we cross uneven reliefs, embellishing the charm of this secular city. In the heart of the old stables and sheepfolds, there are now artists' and craftsmen's workshops revealing to visitors the richness of the local heritage. Stroll through the streets between the light shutters, the old amphorae filled with plants and the winding stairs! In the heights of the medieval city, extends a natural site unequalled in the region, for a visit of the exotic garden, hung on the ruins of the castle. Cacti, succulents and other tropical plants from the farthest corners of the world grow on the steep relief of this suspended township. Below, the Provencal roofs dominate the big blue. We will also visit the Fragonnard perfume laboratory, which houses the vast workshops for the manufacture of Fragonard products (perfume, soap and cosmetics). The visit allows you to discover the secrets of manufacturing thanks to the best natural raw materials and a know-how combining traditional methods and contemporary techniques. Then we will have lunch in a very good restaurant and then we will go to Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Once a fishing and farming village, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is now a true vacation destination. Since 1950, the town has become a prime destination for many foreign families and celebrities from around the world. Let's take a look at the things to see and do in this French commune that seduces both by its richness and its charm. The peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is always considered an imposing and expensive city because of its exclusive and extravagant residences. It is one of the French towns with the most luxury villas. It is a popular town on the French Riviera with many fascinating villas. History teaches that in the 1900s, many luxury villas were built on the French Riviera for King Leopold II. These are true architectural treasures that will take your breath away and enhance further the beauty of this city. We will visit this peninsula, during a walk, then we will visit the Villa Ephrussi de Rothchild, The Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild is a place not to be missed for anything in the world. Still called Villa Île-de-France, it is one of the most sumptuous palaces of the French Riviera built in the 1900s. It is a work of Baroness Beatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild. This grand villa, which later became a museum, reflects a deep inspiration from the Italian Renaissance. It houses the works of art of the baroness whose name it bears.

My Travel in France - Eze

"When God begins to doubt the world, He will remember that He created Provence." - Frédéric Mistral

My Travel In France - Nice

Visit of Nice


It is impossible to talk about Nice without mentioning the famous Promenade des Anglais. Once a favorite winter resort for the English (which is where it got its name), it is now the spearhead of Nice's international tourism promotion. Another place of interest in Nice is its old town with its shaded streets, colorful facades and typically Mediterranean louvered shutters. It is impossible to talk about the old town of Nice without referring to the Cours Saleya, where the famous flower market is held almost every morning. We will also do a wine tasting in a famous cellar. After an excellent lunch, we will visit the famous Massena Museum, located in one of the prestigious villas of the Riviera, dating from the Belle-Epoque. Exceptional for its Greco-Roman inspired architecture, its Empire style furniture and its decorations of Italian origin. Then, visit the hill of the castle; the park is located on the hill overlooking the old Nice. It owes its name to the military fortress that overlooked the bay of Nice from the 11th to the 18th century. This park is worth a visit especially for the different views it offers of the city, the Bay of Angels, the port, and the mountains. You can go up and down the Castle by foot or by elevator. I recommend that you make at least one of the trips on foot via the stairs, as this allows you to pass by the Bellanda tower lookout. Piazza Rossetti, where the magnificent Cathedral of St. Reparata is located.