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Savor some of the traditional dishes of the French Riviera on this small-group food tour of Nice from Monaco. Start at one of the region's renowned olive mills for an olive oil and tapenade tasting in Opio. Taste two of the typical dishes of Nice, a chickpea pancake called a 'socca' and an onion tart called a 'pissaladiere,' washed down with local rosé. Take a break at the fort of Mont Alban to enjoy wonderful views over Nice, Villefranche and the Mediterranean. Travel in a comfortable minivan. Group size is limited to eight people to ensure more personalized attention from your guide.


  • Food tour in Nice from Monaco
  • Visit an oil mill in Opio to taste some of the most distinguished olive oil of the French Riviera
  • Taste several typical Nissart dishes paired with rosé at a restaurant near the Nice port
  • Stop at the fort of Mont Alban for a beautiful panorama of the Mediterranean
  • Learn about local culinary traditions from your guide
  • Small-group tour limited to eight people ensures a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Small-Group Food Tour of Nice from Monaco

End your small-group food tour tasting the local delicacies of Nice

Begin your food discoveries on the French Riviera with morning pickup at your hotel in Monaco. Climb into a comfortable 8-person minibus and head west along the coastal road toward Nice. Relax on the drive, taking in the wonderful Mediterranean views.

The first stop on your foodie tour is the little town of Opio. Situated on a hill to the east of Grasse, Opio is home to an olive mill that produces some of the best olive oil in the French Riviera. Sample some of that famous oil, along with an olive tapenade (a relish made from diced olives).

Travel on to Mont Alban to see the 16th-century hilltop fort, which is a great viewpoint from which to see not only Nice but also the pretty town of Villefranche as well as much of the rest of the Mediterranean coast.

Next, head into Nice itself for the final stop on your tour. Visit a local restaurant near the port to sample some dishes that are typical to the city. These are called 'Nissart,' and this cuisine – along with much of the cuisine of the French Riviera – is often a mix of both French and Italian culinary styles.

Taste a thin pancake made with chickpea flour that's called a 'socca' and a tart made with sweet onions called a 'pissaladiere.' Drink some refreshing rosé as you eat, learning about the culinary history of the area as well from your foodie guide.

Return to Monaco, where your tour ends.

Customer Reviews

Ryan M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Both of our guides did a tremendous job. Thank you for the great experience

Karen G

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2015

We had a lovely tour with a great driver who allowed us plenty of time to see all that we wanted but sadly the Olive oil tasting was marred by the fact that the factory was closed and we had to have a tasting in the shop only. However, the company have promised a 20% discount by way of apology and the rest of the tour was very interesting including an unscheduled stop off in a chocolate factory which was right up our street!

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