Menton to St. Tropez

Come and immerse yourself in the blue of one of the most magical places in Europe, where the sky becomes one with the sea. Where the greatest exponents of modern paintings have settled permanently, be abducted by the unique light that radiates in this territory.

According to your wishes, I offer "à la carte" sightseeing tours, art and culture tours, food tasting tours for groups and individuals in the following destinations:

Menton

Menton, a border city where one feels the proximity to Italy, the warmer climate of the French Riviera. With its beautiful gardens and flourishing lemon groves, Menton knows no winter. Come discover what became known ...

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Roquebrune

Roquebrune, the Cap Martin peninsula has retained the look of the Belle Époque with its sumptuous villas and lush vegetation. Its notoriety is mainly due to Le Corbusier the genius architect who built his r...

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Monaco

Monaco and Monte Carlo, a little paradise, with its skyscrapers, rococo palaces and casino. Despite its small size it owes much of its charm to the myth of Princess Grace of Monaco. We visit the ...

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Eze

Eze, a village perched on mountains overlooking the sea. With its castle, the magnificent exotic garden and the factory of Fragonard perfume without doubt worth a visit.

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Saint Jean cap Ferrat

St Jean Cap Ferrat, the most prestigious peninsula of the French Riviera, Chaplin, Churchill, Gregory Peck, and Elizabeth Taylor all chose as their holiday destination. Where Jean Cocteau used his brushes to decorate the Villa ...

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Villefranche-Sur-Mer

Villefranche-Sur-Mer, a small fishing picture postcard village overlooking the sea with a sway of fishing boats along the pier. Located in front of the beautiful Chapelle St Pierre decorated by Jean Cocteau. Beautifully preserved is ...

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Nice

Nice, capital of the French Riviera, located in a majestic bend, stretching along the famous Promenade des Anglais and surrounded by architectural treasures. The facades of the art nouveau buildings (the Negresco, the Palais de ...

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Cagnes

Cagnes-Sur-Mer consists of Cros de Cagnes, a seaside and Haut de Cagnes beautiful medieval town where you can overlook the Grimaldi castle. In previous times was nicknamed La Montmartre de la Côte d'Azur. Renoir c...

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Saint Paul de Vence

St Paul de Vence, one of the most visited villages of France where personalities like Chagall, Giacometti, Miró, Braque, Picasso, the Maeght couple, Jacques Prévert, Montand et Signoret, Lino Ventura, Romy Schneider, Roger Moore, To...

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Antibes

Antibes, of which Victor Hugo wrote: "Here everything shines, everything blooms, everything sings" and where Nicolas De Staël, Claude Monet and Paul Signac chose to stay to be able to draw his l...

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Cannes

Cannes, immediately merely the name evokes the Croisette. The splendour of the avenue on which stands the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès which every year host one of the most important film festivals i...

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Frejus

Frejus, the Romans left many of their tracks here from the Amphitheatre founded by Julius Caesar. The Aqueduct and the theatre are most certainly not to be missed destinations. They show clear definition of the ...

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Saint Tropez

St Tropez the town that never goes out of style always alluring with its elegant ochre and pink houses, its port with luxury yachts and his antique market. The Annonciade Museum is worth a visit ...

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Menton

Menton, a border city where one feels the proximity to Italy, the warmer climate of the French Riviera. With its beautiful gardens and flourishing lemon groves, Menton knows no winter. Come discover what became known as "the Pearl of France" by the geographer Elisee Reclus, travelling along the winding streets of the old town with its houses in pastel shades, visit its baroque churches and for the Jean Cocteau lovers, the eponymous museum as well as the Salle de Mariage he painted and furnished.

Roquebrune

Roquebrune, the Cap Martin peninsula has retained the look of the Belle Époque with its sumptuous villas and lush vegetation. Its notoriety is mainly due to Le Corbusier the genius architect who built his residence there in 1952 - Le Cabanon a 15 square meter enclosure. Not to be missed is also the visit to Villa E-1027 of the celebrated Irish designer Eileen Gray. Located "au bord de la mer", the villa consists of a white mausoleum, designed in every detail recalling the sea and the bridges of ships, coloured only by sunlight and frescoes by Le Corbusier.

Monaco

Monaco and Monte Carlo, a little paradise, with its skyscrapers, rococo palaces and casino. Despite its small size it owes much of its charm to the myth of Princess Grace of Monaco. We visit the Palais Princier, the Oceanographic Museum and retrace along the path of the Grand Prix Formula 1.

Eze

Eze, a village perched on mountains overlooking the sea. With its castle, the magnificent exotic garden and the factory of Fragonard perfume without doubt worth a visit.

Saint Jean cap Ferrat

St Jean Cap Ferrat, the most prestigious peninsula of the French Riviera, Chaplin, Churchill, Gregory Peck, and Elizabeth Taylor all chose as their holiday destination. Where Jean Cocteau used his brushes to decorate the Villa Santo and must visit places such as Villa Ephrussi Rothschild and the Villa Kerylos.

Villefranche-Sur-Mer

Villefranche-Sur-Mer, a small fishing picture postcard village overlooking the sea with a sway of fishing boats along the pier. Located in front of the beautiful Chapelle St Pierre decorated by Jean Cocteau. Beautifully preserved is the Citadelle, scene of numerous films such as James Bond ‘Never say never again’, now museum centre a must visit.

Nice

Nice, capital of the French Riviera, located in a majestic bend, stretching along the famous Promenade des Anglais and surrounded by architectural treasures. The facades of the art nouveau buildings (the Negresco, the Palais de la Méditerranée), its baroque churches and the social dynamism that distinguishes with its Marché de fleurs in Cours Saleya, its museums. To name a few: - the Musée Matisse, the Musée Chagall and one of my favourite MAMAC- the Musée de l'Art Moderne et de l 'Art Contemporain, boasting works by Yves Klein, Arman, Cesar, Niki de Saint Phalle and Andy Warhol.

Cagnes

Cagnes-Sur-Mer consists of Cros de Cagnes, a seaside and Haut de Cagnes beautiful medieval town where you can overlook the Grimaldi castle. In previous times was nicknamed La Montmartre de la Côte d'Azur. Renoir chose to live there and it is now a museum dedicated to him.

Saint Paul de Vence

St Paul de Vence, one of the most visited villages of France where personalities like Chagall, Giacometti, Miró, Braque, Picasso, the Maeght couple, Jacques Prévert, Montand et Signoret, Lino Ventura, Romy Schneider, Roger Moore, Tony Curtis were overwhelmed by its beauty. France’s art city with its small flowered streets, art galleries enclosed in the walls make it beautiful and a unique place to visit.

Antibes

Antibes, of which Victor Hugo wrote: "Here everything shines, everything blooms, everything sings" and where Nicolas De Staël, Claude Monet and Paul Signac chose to stay to be able to draw his landscapes in incomparable light. Among the Fort Carré the ramparts of the old city is the Picasso Museum also the covered Provencal market you not want to leave ...

Cannes

Cannes, immediately merely the name evokes the Croisette. The splendour of the avenue on which stands the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès which every year host one of the most important film festivals in the world. To the west lay the unmistakable red rocks of the Massif de l'Esterel and in front of les Iles Lerins, the show is breathtaking.

Frejus

Frejus, the Romans left many of their tracks here from the Amphitheatre founded by Julius Caesar. The Aqueduct and the theatre are most certainly not to be missed destinations. They show clear definition of the meaning “to restructure” for some contemporary architects.

Saint Tropez

St Tropez the town that never goes out of style always alluring with its elegant ochre and pink houses, its port with luxury yachts and his antique market. The Annonciade Museum is worth a visit as it welcomes the masterpiece paintings of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century especially the paintings of Paul Signac. These perfectly capture the light and the magical atmosphere of this place.