Paloma Beach Cap Ferrat
The French Riviera is a region of outstanding beauty with so many wonderful beaches and beach clubs, and to choose a favourite would be almost impossible.
Positioned discretely towards the end of the exclusive promontory, Paloma Beach on Cap Ferrat is an oasis of calm in an area which is often over-run with people, cars and boats especially at the height of the summer.
Restaurant le Cabanon Cap d Ail
The French Riviera is blessed with some of the finest restaurants and bars in Europe with the Principality of Monaco in particular boasting enough Michelin-stars to eat seriously gourmet food every night of the week, if you so wish.
It’s without doubt one of the most glamourous places on the planet, and if you are looking to dine like a duchess, you will find no shortage of top notch restaurants in which to eat.
François Pienaar, the emblematic rugby captain of the historic 1995 World Cup winning Springboks team, who received the trophy from the hands of Nelson Mandela and whose heroic role was played by Matt Damon in Clint Eastwood’s film “Invictus”, will be visiting Monaco on September 5th 2015. Continue reading
Monaco is synonymous with many things; luxury, yachts and real estate, yet it is the Grand Prix which really gets pulses racing in the Principality year after year. One of the most popular races in the Grand Prix calendar, the legendary street circuit covers many of the most important sites in Monaco and Monte Carlo, and what’s best, is that for more or less 360 days of the year, anyone can drive the majority of the track. At just 3.34km it is a short Grand Prix circuit, but as is typical in Monaco, it is packed with a variety of interesting landmarks. Take the opportunity to discover the must-visit areas of the Principality by driving the Monaco Grand Prix track and decide which of the many sites and landmarks you would like to see in more detail. Continue reading
The Buddha Bar is known as one of Monaco’s chicest and most famous bars. Designed with Asian and oriental influences in mind, the bar was formerly an early 20th century concert hall. Having been recently refurbished and decorated with ancient and traditional Asian artefacts, it is the perfect location to spend the famous Hallow’s Eve. Continue reading