Holidays to Argassi
Nice is a popular destination for tourists thanks to its natural beauty, Mediterranean climate and nearby airport. Founded by the Ancient Greeks, it is now the fifth most populous city in France and capital of Alpes-Maritimes department. During the 18th Century the English upper classes used to winter there, and that is why the seaside promenade is known as the ‘Walkway of the English’. This wonderful city inspired artists such as Chagall and Matisse.
Baie des Anges
The blue waters of the Mediterranean wash against this urbanised coastline, making a wonderful holiday destination.
This beautiful beach has stunning views of the ocean and town, whilst being quiet and pretty itself.
This well-known archaeological site displays evidence of early use of fire – it dates to the lower Palaeolithic age.
A national museum dedicated to works of the French painter. One of the largest collections of his works.
Climb Castle Hill
Get to the top of Castle Hill and look out across the bay and enjoy the astonishing views on offer.
Marche aux Fleurs Cours Saleya
Look around the open air marketplace and buy flowers, food, produce and live fowl from the local area.
Nowhere makes ratatouille like Nice. This iconic blend of stewed vegetables originated here and is still delicious.
This thin, unleavened pancake is made from chickpea flour and is a popular dish in the area.
The old town is the place to go. It has a range of venues from civilised terrace bars, to wild clubs and beyond.
There are two iconic British pubs in Nice: Wayne’s and Big Ben’s. They host great live music events all year round.
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