- 7-minute helicopter tour of the French Riviera from Monaco
- Fly over impressive sites such as the Rock of Monaco and the Prince’s Palace
- Admire fantastic aerial views of the magnificent Mediterranean coastline
- Marvel at the impressive Monaco Grand Prix race circuit
- Enjoy great photo opportunities of Port Hercules, the location of the James Bond film GoldenEye
- Choice of morning or afternoon flights
Recent Photos of this Tour
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Soar over the beautiful Mediterranean coast and take in all the stunning sights from the air. Enjoy panoramic views of the 459-foot-high (141-meter) Rock of Monaco and the Prince’s Palace, home to the current monarch. See the cathedral where Prince Albert II married Princess Charlene Wittstock in 2011 and admire the impressive architecture of the Oceanographic Museum.
Take in spectacular views of Port Hercules, home to some of the most luxurious yachts in the world and the location of the James Bond film GoldenEye. Catch a glimpse of the Monaco Grand Prix race circuit and see the incredibly famous Monte Carlo Casino. Continue your flight over the district of Larvotto and its beachfront buildings followed by the Monte Carlo Country Club, home to the annual Tennis Masters event that attracts some of the biggest names in tennis.
After this once-in-a-lifetime French Riviera helicopter tour, you’ll be transported back to your hotel.
Reviewed by david d, September 2012
I expected a gentle tour around the harbours but what we got was the ride of our life !!! We were whisked up to the top of the mountains at tree top level and back down the other side after stopping to admire the view, only a few feet from the rocks on the top. The ride through the valleys was like the worlds biggest and fastest roller coaster, the boys loved it and the little lady was terrified!! We had the forty minute tour and it was worth every cent. Would I do it again ?? Oh yes.
Reviewed by AlexB, United Kingdom, June 2012