The principality of Monaco is a small city-state that still makes us dream. This town of wealth and luxury mostly lives of tourism and mainly business tourism. The Principality of Monaco, ruled by Prince Albert II, Grace Kelly’s son, is an exceptional destination. A part from its culinary specialties, it is mostly known for its Casino, the Opera and the Monte Carlo Ballets that can still be admired all over the world.
The park Marineland offers you all kinds of shows with orcs, sea-lions and dolphins, but also a large number of aquariums that allow you to visit the undersea world of animals and plants. Marineland also counts 3 other parks: the Far West farm, Aquasplash and Adventure Golf.
Grasse dominates the peaky mountains of the Provençal Alps, at 350 meters height. This small piece of the Provence, filled with southern colours, looks out over large plains with roses, jasmine fields and olive trees, which make the town so popular. The town is known as being the capital of perfumery, but it is also a surprising medieval town from the 7th century, which mixes Genovese and Provençal architectures, squares, archways, narrow and winding streets, side streets and heavy ramparts.
Film capital, town of luxury and famous people. Today, Cannes is known worldwide for its International Film festival. Cannes is situated along the beach which also makes it a famous resort where the sun (almost) always shines.
Visit the beautiful canyons of the Verdon and the Provence. Canyoning in the Gorges du Verdon and the Provence is accessible to everyone, where you’ll learn to climb in the depths of the canyons, being in direct contact with the magical river water. Jumping, sliding, abseiling, waterfalls and wild water swimming Accompanied by the Verdon guides, there’s nothing that will hold you back.
Visit the Jardins de Cesar et Léonie. On the programme you’ll find: an adventure trail, horseback riding or a giant playground. Visit the Adventure trail of Le Vallon perdu (also called accrobranche), and take a tour through the trees, up to 12 meters high.
This town is known worldwide as being a touristy destination, a trendy place, the capital of showbiz and a popular town. Saint-Tropez is the place to be for jet setters, but is marked by its simple, rustic and traditional side. Small streets, the Lices square, the beaches… However, the marina of Saint-Tropez still shows the wealth of its occupants.
A town you can’t just leave like that. Fréjus is situated in the Provence, in the department of the Var. It was the first military harbour of the entire Roman Mediterranean coast. A wealthy, busy town, full of history. Today, Fréjus is an art and culture town in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, and the destination for an active, fun and enjoyable holiday.
Visit the Luna Park of Fréjus, with fun and shivering attractions for everyone. Over 50 different attractions, wild or calm, such as the ghost train, the big wheel or bungee jumping. Sensational!
Visit the largest aqua park of the Côte d’Azur. Fun for everyone; enjoy some water fun with family or friends.
Fréjus and its surroundings offer all kinds of water sports: Jet Ski, windsurfing, kite surfing, rent of sailing boats… For you to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea during your holiday.
Take advantage of your holiday to discover the under sea world of the Mediterranean Sea; groupers, conger eels, the moral eels at Les Péniches d’Anthéor, the barracuda school of la Vitrine, the coral grot and the two-coloured sea fan of the Lion de Mer… A true diving experience in a beautiful under sea environment.