Recent Articles

  • Between sky & sea

    There’s hardly anywhere in the French Riviera as inviting during the winter months as Théoule-sur-Mer, where deep red rock framed by sky and sea echoes memories of warm summer sunlight.

  • Council of State cancels dolphin & orca breeding ban

    Just months after pledging to bring an end to the captive breeding of orca and dolphins, the French Council of State has backtracked on its decision.

  • Monaco maps air quality

    Monaco’s Department of the Environment has embarked on the first phase of a project to map the quality of air in the principality. As part of the ‘Quality of Life – A High-Resolution Modelling and Mapping Platform for Air Quality in Monaco’ programme, 52 sensors have been installed throughout the territory for the period between 29th January and 26th February.

  • Club Vivanova & Q4 degustation in Monaco

    Join Club Vivanova at Wine Palace Monte Carlo this Wednesday for an exclusive tasting of Q4, a dynamic new Argentinian winery, with owner Marcel Elefant. It will be the first ever such tasting held in Monaco: guests will sample the first two wines released by the vineyard as well as speciality cheeses and charcuterie.

  • 2018 Readers Survey

    A new project for the New Year… Most of us start with at least one resolution and, at Riviera Insider, ours for 2018 is getting to know our readers better. We want to know how we can improve our service as the only independent English-language print publication for the region and find out what you think of our magazine and how you read it. 

  • Win tickets to the Salon International de l’Automobile de Monaco

    Riviera Insider has tickets for the upcoming Salon International de l’Automobile de Monaco to give away to winning readers.

  • 90 years of the Monument aux Morts

    The vast Monument aux Morts de Nice will mark its 90th anniversary today with a grand ceremony commemorating the 2,000 Niçois who died during World War I as well as those lost to the UK, USA, Italy and France as a whole.

  • In-flight simulation & English-language seminars

    Flying in a straight line sounds simple enough – once you are off the ground – but what about guiding a top-speed fighter jet through the Gorges du Verdon?