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Skip the cost, discomfort, and slow pace of motor traffic and explore Cannes by bike. Cycling is the perfect way to traverse this bike-friendly city. You can easily pedal to Croisette Boulevard, the Festival Palace, and more. Use a provided helmet and lock and enjoy a complimentary basket and map of the city. Determine your own route and itinerary, pausing whenever and wherever you like.
Spend the day cycling through Cannes on a comfortable, lightweight, electric beach cruiser. Equipped with a map and provided itinerary, ride along the Mediterranean on Criosette Boulevard, see the glamor of the yachts, hotels, and cafes. Stop for lunch, peruse the shops, or bring a picnic to the beach. Create your perfect day and get around with ease on an electric bike. Ideal for visitors looking for a relaxed, private experience.
A tour for those who want to discover the Riviera and all the jewels in it in one day.
Stops of 20 to 45 minutes are scheduled at each destination.
Antibes/Juan les Pins: visit the old Napoleon city, the Picasso Museum and the typical Provencal Market
Saint Paul de Vence: the painters Matisse, Chagall, Renoir, Cezanne. . . all came to this medieval village
tourette sur loup: a typical Medieval village far away from the mass tourism- Provencal capitale of Violettes
Gourdon: up from Grasse where was queen victoria
Nice:the 19th city/the old city and its flowers market
Eze: the medieval eagle's nest village, see the fantastic panorama of 300° out to the Mediterranean sea
Monaco/ Monte Carlo: The city of glamour and luxury where we cross by the formula one track.
The richest, most celebrated city on the French Riviera, St. Tropez is visited by media, celebrities and the rich and famous.
See the painters on the pier, the splendid yachts on the sea,
and discover with me some of St Tropez's secrets.
The famous Provencal market takes place every Tuesday and Saturday.
Come with me to discover this glamourous city, and also the beautiful villages that dot the coast of the French Riviera between St. Tropez and Cannes
Then, go to St Tropez. fashion and luxury yachts. This place attracts famous celebrities from all over the world
Visit the city, the fishermen market, taste icecreams and the famous' tropezienne 'pie in front of the most fabulous yachts, the famous beach like the' red sail'or the 'beach 55'
Visit to Ramatuelle and Gassin, medieval villages
and at the end a vinetesting with Rosé / White and Red
at "Chateau Minuty" very famous domaine on the french riviera
Free time for shopping and lunch
Grasse. . . World perfumes capital
In the middle ages, trade in hides and skins develops in Grasse. This activity generating a strong smell, manufacturers perfume their production of gloves, bags and belts from the Renaissance to meet a fashion now for Italy and the entourage of Queen Catherine de Medici.
Grasse microclimate allows to grow on-site of flowers in delicate fragrances such as rose, jasmine, Daffodil, carnation, orange blossom and violet. Grasse and its surroundings are then covered with fields of flowers and, in 1614, the King recognizes the new corporation of the 'Glovers perfumers. Circa 1750 appears the process of enfleurage cold that allows to extract the most delicate flowers such as jasmine or the Tuberose scented principle.
Modern perfumery techniques are invented and developed in Grasse. Mythical perfumes such as water wild of Dior or mythical N ° 5 Chanel originate there: for more than 200 years, Grasse is the world capital of perfume.
Door to door service
journey to san Remo (Thusday & Saturday) or Ventimiglia (Friday)
In the morning, we will discover at his own pace San Remo or Ventimiglia, flower towns; Their colorful markets, full of colors, local products and specialties, free moments for some shopping
We; then left for the Principality of Seborga in the province of Imperia.
Principality less known than Monaco; Village laden with history led by a Prince Modernaqui asserts its independence with its currency, its flag, its Anthem, its borders with Italy
free time to shop on the open air market famous for leather; luggages and cloth accessories. Enjoy the delicious italian cuisine, icescreans and cappuccino; visit the picturesque old city.
we come back along the Italian riviera to stop a few time in Menton; the french border town well know as the lemons and oranges city. Its famous Carnival in Menton in February.
possibility to cross by Monaco
and come back by the "middle Corniche" a scenic road upon the sea.
door to door service
From the famous Cours Saleya in the heart of the old town, Nice inspire people everyday due to the local architecture and because of the fantastic regional food! Unique to Nice and its region, some dishes built a big part of the french culture.
Important: this tour is not available on MONDAY cause no market !!
Discover Nice and its city center by exploring its most cosmopolitan district, the Cours Saleya district. Known for its culinary specialties from around the world, it is close to the famous Promenade des anglais and the Port.
You will discover the unique specialties of Nice like Socca ;, Pissaladiere, Petits Farcis, Beignets or pie through the favorite snack of Nice to the timeless aperitif. . . Limoncello !
as food lover and expert guide I will be with you, to explain you the history of the neighborhood and to share about the quality of food you will be able to try during the tour.
we will finish the tour by a fantastic panorama over Nice
Originally from Australia, mimosa was introduced to Europe in the 19th century by English winterers. During their travels, botanists and scientists brought back various species of trees and flowers from this unexplored land, including the famous mimosa.
This first stage in the Maritime Alps is the cradle of mimosa cultivation. It is located at the foot of the Tanneron Massif, home to the largest mimosa forest in Europe on the Estérel massif. Its red, volcanic rocks, plunging into turquoise water, are worth a visit.
A beautiful scented getaway for your holiday from January to mid March on the French Riviera
Between January and March, discover the azure coast around this winter walk with a mild climate, bright colors and azure blue sky.
Mimosa grows in the south of France is a kind of tree of the Mimosaceae family
The Mimosa is defined by a golden ball that catches the eye, a fragrance recognizable among all, a long flowering in the middle of winter, decorative foliage all year. .