Ambassador #Côtedazurfrance Nicole Ruskell Editor in Chief to the Riviera Insider shares her do not miss bucket list to the South of France. We chat about all the top ideas for every kind of person here .. those that have been here a while or recently arrived, foodies, adrenalin junkies, glitz and glamour and get away from it all.
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The Brexit transition paperwork in France is a lot of paperwork that needs to be organised. The Carte de Sejour or WARP, French nationality and a driving licence are all important documents that help life in France.
Many entrepreneurs will try their hand at many different projects until they find their true purpose. Building up essential skills , resiliance and an ability to conquer adversity. Join Sarah Smith the Miss Fit mentor as she shares her journey.
What do you do if you can’t do physical wine tours ? You take them online .. great service dur
Mougins a perched village with lovely restaurants and cobbled streets to wander around also has come great canal walks, a chapel, lots of parks and more to discover
Golfe Juan is a bustly port side town where Diamond Diving is located. Alex shares his top tips for enjoying this seaside town and also tells us a little about what we can expect if we get our into the big blue on a dive.
La Napoule Blue Beach a bustly little seaside town with an atypical castle to visit, a quaint port, quirky beach bar and beachfront walk – what’s not to love.
Valbonne is a real treat of a village. A working village with a great variety of restaurants, original boutiques and the Friday farmers market on Friday it should be on everyone’s visit list this summer
Vence is a historic medieval walled village famous for its spring water, which can be collected from numerous fountains in the town. With a castle, are museum, cathedral, and famous art work by Matisse and Chagall – it’s not to be missed.
VALLAURIS home to 100 potters is home to ceramics, glass and the Bigaradiers bitter orange tree… and Napoleon. Picasso was one our famous residents. We also Learn some fast history facts and how best to visit the Picasso museum.
St Paul de Vence one of our regions oldest medieval perched villages is a site to behold. Winding pedestrianized lanes, cute little boutiques, a multitude of galleries and a famous square to soak in the vibe and play petanque. This village is also very rich in history and art. Do not miss it.
Grasse is known as the perfume capital of Europe but how did it get to be known for this .. you may be surprised. Join us for 5 fun minutes of facts and discover local treasures. Support the local economy, stay local and buy local 🙂