Cote d'Azur and Menton


Travel by Coach
3 Included Excursions
  • Time at leisure in the charming resort of Menton
  • Join the jet set in Monte Carlo and Monaco
  • Explore sophisticated Nice and Cannes with a wealth of cultural attractions
  • We travel over the border into Italy to Ventimiglia and San Remo

The sunny Cote d'Azur is France's premier holiday playground. Our base is in the attractive resort of Menton which is said to be the warmest spot along the coast. We explore the nearby exclusive resorts and venture over the nearby Italian border.

This Holiday is Great For

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Day One - UK to Troyes 
We depart the UK by crossing to Calais, and then continue to our hotel in Troyes for an overnight stay.

Day Two - Troyes to Menton
We continue travelling through France, before arriving at our base in Menton where we stay for the next six nights. (B,D)

Days Three to Seven - Menton
The beautiful town of Menton is our base in the Cote d'Azur. Stroll along the Promenade du Soleil running along the seafront and explore the charming old quarter linking the harbour to the baroque church of St-Michel. Admire the panoramic views of the town from Place St-Michel and the Quai Bonaparte. Our included excursions will take us to the millionaires playground of Monaco, the fashionable resorts of Nice and Cannes and across the Italian border to San Remo and Ventimiglia. (B,D)

Day Eight - Menton to Reims area
We depart Menton and head northwards to our overnight hotel. (B,D)

Day Nine - Reims to UK
We continue to Calais for our return crossing to the UK before returning home. (B)

Hotel Mediterranee, Menton

This hotel is located in the heart of Menton, a short walk from the sea and the pedestrianised area. 

Rooms at this hotel

Hotel Gallery

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Monaco and Monte Carlo

Rub shoulders with the rich and famous in one of the world's most famous celebrity hotspots! As well as people spotting there are a number of things to do here, in particular enjoy a walk through the medieval village of Monaco-Ville or take a stroll along the main marina and see some of the world's largest super yachts. Visit the Grand Casino and its magnificent gaming rooms with stained glass windows and a number of sculptures.


Full Day: Nice and Cannes

Today we visit Cannes, once a small fishing village and now a fashionable resort renowned the world over for its film festival. Discover the city’s attractive views and luxury shopping options, as well as its variety of museums and other attractions.

We’ll then travel on to sophisticated Nice, with its beautiful sandy beach, palm tree-lined 'Promenade de Anglais' and charming Old Town.


Full Day: San Remo and Ventimiglia

We cross over the border into Italy to visit two charming Italian towns. We call at the town of Ventinmiglia, which is known as a great place to pick up some duty free goodies. There are also a number of outlet stores here selling famous Italian designers at a fraction of the retail price so us your free time to grab a bargain! We also visit San Remo, the town is known for its grand old buildings and villas, reflecting an era when this was one of the most popular resorts on the Cote D'Azur.


Optional Excursions


Dolceaqua is a village in a picturesque setting in the Ligurian hills of north-east Italy. The village is mostly known for its ancient castle which is believed to date back to the 11th century. Like many other villages of this region, Dolceacqua was built as a fortified village with a main castle and ancient walls built around the main village to protect the village from invaders. 


Antibes & Vence

Antibes is the most well known resort on the Cote d'Azur and most of the historic treasures are found in the town centre. Its pretty square and narrow streets create a particular atmosphere. We continue to the medieval town of Vence, with many incredible sights. Discover an oak tree dating from 1538, the town's fountain built in 1822, and Vence's Italian-style castle.