Under the patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco, the very first edition of PhotoMonaco is taking place from 5th to 8th April at the Quai Antoine Ier exhibition space. With the theme The Time of Vision, 35 top-class exhibitors and photographers from around the world have been invited to showcase their work within an overall panorama of art andcollectible photography.
Join Club Vivanova members and guests at the recently opened Maya Jah Indian Restaurant in Monaco on Wednesday 4th April. Founder of the club Bradley Mitton has selected 15 of the chef's most specialist dishes and paired them in sharing-courses with four Scottish craft gins from the Eden Mill Distillery in St Andrews, Scotland. The oriental spices in these various dishes marry incredibly well with the flavour profiles of the boutique gins.
On Friday 13th and Sunday 15th April (at 8.30pm and 4.30pm respectively), Christophe Mazeaud on the oboe will lead a troupe of Baroque de Nice musicians in vibrant renditions of works by: Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni, Georg Philipp Telemann, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Georg Pisendel and Johann Sebastian Bach.
With 300 days of sunshine a year, the French Riviera lifestyle is all about outdoor living. Whether you have hectares of space or a small, urban terrace, even a few simple touches can drastically improve the quality of a garden – and the value of your home.
On Saturday 31st March, teams from around the world will participate in the eighth Saint Devote Rugby Tournament at the Louis II Stadium in Monaco. Organised by the Monegasque Rugby Federation in collaboration with the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation in order to celebrate rugby and its different approaches, the day promises to be particularly intense.
On Saturday 24th March, the Monegasque sovereign family officially launched the ‘party season’ in the principality with the historic Bal de la Rose at the Salle des Etoiles of the Sporting Monte-Carlo. With the theme of Manhattan brought to life by Karl Lagerfeld, who in turn took inspiration from cartoon Sempé, 900 privileged guests were treated to a spectacular evening of dancing, gourmet arts and charity.
Since 1st January 2018, the ISF (Impôt de Solidarité sur la Fortune) has been replaced by the new annual real estate wealth tax, known as IFI (Impôt sur la Fortune Immobilière), which is a tax on immovable property whose taxable base is limited to non-business related real estate assets.
Villa Eilenroc appears like an apparition straight from a F. Scott Fitzgerald novel as you take the Sentier Littoral from Plage de la Garoupe to the Baie des Milliardaires. Built over 150 years ago as a luxurious winter retreat, the property is now owned and protected by the Ville d’Antibes.