Cote D’Azur Barefoot Package

Nice Old Town

You will stroll around the Old Town of Nice, get lost in the narrow streets and feel the elegant essence of south France. You will discover old colourful buildings with terracotta roofs, cozy squares, colourful markets, baroque churches, taking you back at least 2 centuries ago.

Promenade des Anglais – Nice Beaches

Promenade des Anglais is the most famous attraction in the city. It stretches for seven kilometers and provides a unique view of the Mediterranean sea and palm trees. At the same time, you can admire Nice’s beaches, the perfect mix of style and serenity and live some relaxing moments by hearing the splashing sound of the waves or gazing at the sunset.

Saint Tropez Old Port

The Old Port is located in the heart of the town and is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Saint Tropez. The port is surrounded by yachts, fishing boats, colourful houses, and many cafés with outdoor terraces overlooking the Azure Sea. Visit the Old Port, admire the luxurious yachts, and enjoy a beautiful and relaxing sidewalk through the promenade. You will also find many talented artists painting sites and sea view scenes of Saint Tropez.

Saint Tropez Old Town – Citadel

Walk in the streets of the Old Town of Saint Tropez, with the colourful charming houses  in pale pastels ranging from pale cream to deep terracotta. These streets lead back from the coast and towards the citadel, providing superb views across the Mediterranean and Saint-Tropez.


Citabel opening hours:  Mon-Sun 10:00 am-5:30 pm​

Gendarmerie and Cinéma Museum

The gendarme plays a key role in the life of the town. Responsible for enforcing the law, is easily recognisable by the uniform and by the presence in the area. The first gendarmerie brigade in Saint-Tropez was created in 1838. You will receive exclusive information about the representation of the gendarmerie in the films and then an introduction to the history of cinema in Saint-Tropez.


Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10 am-6 pm​

Foodie Tour of the Market of Saint Tropez

During this tour, you will stroll through the charming and world-famous streets of Saint-Tropez and taste regional specialties while soaking up the smells and sounds of its iconic market. Traveling to Saint-Tropez is an experience of a lifetime that can also be enjoyed through the discovery of its local products and specialties. This gourmet tour will delight your taste buds while giving you a fascinating insight into the local cuisine and wine culture of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. You will also learn more about our local history.

La Croisette in Cannes

La Croisette boulevard offers everything you want from visiting Cannes. It stretches for three kilometres of pine and palm-shaded avenues, and offers sun and sea breeze, luxury shops, hotels, and historical sites. The walkway is fully pedestrianised and bordered by a sandy beach and a coastal road. Families wonder at famous districts and couples take romantic walks along a Mediterranean oasis.

The Palais des Festivals in Cannes

A visit in Cannes would be incomplete without passing by the most famous site of the city, the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès. It has been constructed in order to accommodate the largest cinema festival in the world, the Cannes Cinema Festival. Walk on the red carpet and feel like a cinema star before receiving the Palme d’Or!

Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

Enjoy 6500 square feet dedicated to the sea and its marvels at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. See more than 2000 specimens in their devotedly-reconstructed natural habitat. Learn about the scientific expeditions of Prince Albert I through the amazing items in the museum’s ample collections.  Discover various Mediterranean species, learn about the diversity of the inhabitants of the coral reef and visit the amazing Shark Lagoon.


Opening hours:  Mon-Sun 10:00 am-6:00 pm

Casino of Monte Carlo

“Nothing can be done here as elsewhere,” said François Blanc, its founder, and we can do nothing else than taking this sentence for granted, since the Casino of Monte Carlo offers an experience so unique and elegant. With its James Bond atmosphere and its Belle Époque architecture, the Monte-Carlo Casino remains an allusion on a world wide scale in the field of games and entertainment.

Princess Grace Rose Garden

The garden was created by Prince Rainier III in memory of his wife Princess Grace, the Rose Garden is laid out according to the principles of an English garden, while containing a Mediterranean character through the planting of hundred-year-old olive trees. The Rose Garden can be accessed freely and visitors can discover it at any time of the day.

Nice Local Markets

One of Nice’s enjoyments is roving the outdoor markets along the Cours Saleya. The various markets feature something to satisfy every taste: an antique market, arts, crafts market, discount stores, a fish market, and even a used and antique book market and an antique postcard market. You can find a market to explore every day when you visit Nice.