Recent Articles

  • Hosting the grand masters

    Venice – or La Serenissima meaning the ‘most serene’ as it is also known – has long inspired the work and imagination of artists. Yet the beauty of the Venetian cityscape – the romance of its canals and the charm of its magical light – has never been portrayed with as much love and sensitivity as it was by the 18th and 19th century grandmasters.

  • Ringo Starr in Monaco

    Tickets have gone on sale for one of this summer’s most highly anticipated events: Ringo Starr in concert at the Salle des Etoiles on 6th July for the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival!

  • New app for bus travel

    The Envibus network has launched a new mobile application that hopes to simplify and streamline public transport travel for residents in the Communauté d'Agglomération de Sophia Antipolis (CASA). As he presented the digital tool – Envibus Ticket – on Wednesday 10th January, Mayor of Antibes Jean Leonetti said: “We must question why people still use their car, particularly when travelling into a town centre!”

  • French labour law reform

    During his presidential campaign, Emmanuel Macron announced his plans for significant reforms to France’s labour laws.

  • An international Christmas in Beaulieu

    St Michael’s Church in Beaulieu-sur-Mer is extending a welcome to members of the international religious community throughout the Christmas period.

  • 'Tis the season at the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

    The magical setting of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild becomes a winter wonderland this festive season with the 'Tis the Season: Diva Opera’s Christmas Show on Saturday 16th December.

  • Corsica from the Côte

    Early risers on the coast this morning might have caught a glimpse of a rare sight on the horizon: the silhouette of Cap Corse in Corsica, around 100 nautical miles away.

  • ‘A new period in history’ for Cannes Film Festival

    Organisers of the world’s most famous film event, the Festival de Cannes, have announced the dates of the 2018 edition: Tuesday 8th to Saturday 19th May. Festival president Pierre Lescure also revealed, the festival is ‘beginning a new period in its history’ that will ‘question the cinema of our age’.