Recent Articles

  • Club Vivanova: Luxury Life International private beach launch party

    On 31st August, celebrate the launch of Club Vivanova’s latest magazine partner Luxury Life International at Monaco’s intimate coastal retreat, ADAMAS Monaco, at Le Méridien Beach Plaza in Monaco.

     

  • Pamela Anderson protests against sea animal’s captivity outside of Marineland

    Just last week, Baywatch’s former bombshell, Pamela Anderson, raised a sign reading ‘Captivity kills. Close Marineland’ outside of Europe’s famous water amusement park in Antibes.

     

  • RIP to Mireille Darc

    On Monday 28th August, France mourned the passing of the iconic actress of the 1970s, Mireille Darc, at the age of 79. Born as Mireille Aigroz on 15th May 1938, she had chosen her pseudonym in reference to Joan of Arc. The actress embodied a new wave of femininity, offering a fresher look to the face of the independent woman.

  • Heightened security at the Port of Nice burdens locals and tourism

    The port of Nice has reinforced its security measures for all vehicles embarking on the ferries heading to Corsica. As a result, residents and local businesses have been confronted with more traffic jams, noise and pollution.

  • Palais Nikaia: fall concert programme

    The Palais Nikaïa in Nice promises to heat up your autumn with a range of unique shows that can already be reserved without delay!

  • The future face of Monaco: ambitious land extension project enters new phase

    It’s a two billion euro project that will forever change the topography of the Principality of Monaco. 60,000m² of new land is to be added to its borders as the nation seeks to find a solution to the growing needs of a demanding population. Riviera Insider met with the director of the government’s Urbanisation en Mer branch, Jean-Luc Nguyen, to learn more about the project and its impact on the environmental and social landscape.

  • Antibes Braderie Festival returns for its 7th edition

    The Antibes Street Festival is known as the final event before ‘la rentrée’, the day the children go back to school after the summer holidays. The Antibes Coeur d’Azur tradesman association organises its traditional end-of-summer event for three full days on 24th, 25th and 26th of August this year. Locals and tourists alike benefit from exceptional discounts and offers before the start of the school year.

  • The beach of reference: Plage Beau Rivage

    The prime location of this private beach and restaurant has long made it an essential stop for residents and tourists – it was, in fact, the first place I visited when I moved here – but it has now coupled location with sophistication to ensure that 107 Quai des États-Unis is the beach of reference in the city.

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