Language learning with confidence

At IS Aix-en-Provence, the teachers focus on providing students with the necessary tools and expertise to go out and use their new language confidently in everyday life. Riviera Insider speaks to school director Anna Diaz to find out more.Read more

Know your limits: an interview with Antibes' tourism director

Philippe Baute has headed Antibes’ tourism office since 1999, but after almost two decades in the same job, his enthusiasm for his work, profession and city only seems to have grown. It is, he says, his greatest happiness.Read more

Marineland to appeal against Ségolène Royal breeding ban

Last week, the largest theme park in Europe – Antibes’ Marineland – announced that it is to appeal to the French State Council against former Minister of the Environment Ségolène Royal’s historical decree that recently banned the breeding of captive dolphins and killer whales in France.Read more

Nice Jazz Festival

The world’s first dedicated jazz festival was birthed in the city of Nice and offers, each summer, an eclectic choice of artists and personalities. The mother-festival of all jazz performances is an experience not to be missed.Read more

Development in Cannes

Learn more about the Bastide Rouge University Campus and the Boccacabana projects happening in Cannes! Read more

Jazz à Juan

Since 1960, this iconic festival has been a pillar of expression for the jazz industry of yesteryear and today. Created in homage to Sidney Bechet, who loved Antibes and its stimulating setting, the festival continues to bring in the great names in jazz as well as many contemporary and legendary artists.Read more

Nice: one year on

On 14th July 2016, 86 people lost their lives and many hundreds more were seriously injured in an incomprehensible terrorist attack on the Promenade des Anglais. Despite this, one year on, the city and its residents have proved beyond doubt that Nice is still ‘standing proud and alive’.Read more

Expat focus: Anna Fill

Riviera Insider catches up with the region’s very own Riviera woman: Anna Fill, a former DJ and presenter living just over the Italian border.Read more

La piscine: let’s take a dip

Whether for the clear blue skies or the ceruleanwaters of the Mediterranean, it’s not without reason that this part of the world is called the Côte d’Azur. But if you’ve tired of the sand and saltof the beaches, grab your towel and head to one ofthese stunning swimming pools. After you!Read more

Club Vivanova: on top of the world at the Chèvre d’Or

On 20th July, join Club Vivanova for a sensational rosé wine party at one of the finest dining establishments of the French Riviera, the Château de la Chèvre d’Or.Read more

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