Our special 2-in-1 July/August issue

Two in one: Our summer edition is an exceptional double issue - Insider in the front and Zeit in the back.We are pleased to announce our new July/August issue, finally back in print! This issue is an unusual two-in-one edition, thanks to the coronavirus… We have made a double-issue with our sister publication, RivieraZeit (in German), so one side is Riviera Insider and if you flip it over, it’s RivieraZeit. 

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Recent Articles

  • Eight municipalities now require masks outside

    MasksThe Prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes has ordered that in eight municipalities of the Côte d'Azur, wearing a mask will have to be mandatory outside in certain areas. In agreement with the respective mayors, the mask requirement applies in parts of Biot, La Gaude, Menton, Mougins, Nice, Saint-Cézaire-Sur-Siagne, Saint-Laurent-Du-Var and Vence.

  • New bridge in Genoa is now open

    Construction Site Bridge Genoa by Mike Dotta

    In reminiscence of the fatal day when the Morandi Bridge in Genoa collapsed, the new bridge connecting the Autostrada across the capital city was inaugurated this week, on Monday 3 August. Renamed ‘Genova-San Giorgio’, after the patron saint of the port city, the long bridge was completed in record time, less than two years after the disaster. A ceremony with heads of state, the architect and family of the victims was held not only to inaugurate the bridge but also to commemorate the 43 lives lost in the collapse.

  • 25th edition of the Voiles d’Antibes

    Denis Azarenko via PixabayThe regatta of the Voiles d’Antibes, usually happening throughout the first week of June, has been postponed. The new dates: 16th until the 20th of September. Celebrating their 25th edition, the event will be marked with live music, various exhibitions centered on the subject of the sea and the environment, but also concerts and parades. Furthermore, the registration can be completed online for anyone who wishes to participate in the regatta, which annually opens the Mediterranean circuit for traditional yachts.

  • Nice makes masks mandatory outdoors

    Masks required outdoors in Nice Photo: EOOn Monday 3 August, Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi announced that the wearing of masks for all persons aged eleven years and over in Nice now applies to the outdoors in certain areas of the city. As of today, those who violate this new rule will pay fines of 35 euros.

  • Enjoy a staycation in Porquerolles

    Remi Jouan / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)Idyllic beaches, hiking trails, moonlit walks and free open air cinema, Porquerolles Island off the coast of Hyères offers the feeling of a true getaway without having to go very far! In our new ‘Staycation’ series, we give you tips on where to get away without really leaving. A true paradise only two and a half hours by car from Nice, so there are no excuses!

  • Summer outdoor cinema in the South of France

    Ciné Quartier Cannes @Ville de CannesOutdoor cinemas during the hot summer evenings are always a favourite, but this year it takes on even more importance as we are faced with reduced events and many of us are still not willing to step inside the closed space of a cinema room. A hard choice considering going to the movies is certainly one of many people’s favourite activities. After all, it’s relaxing all the while being a friendly outing. The majority of cities in the PACA region have taken note and our summer cinema options have multiplied! Here’s a list of local cities that are offering cinemas under the open sky, in full health safety. 

  • Summer Agenda in Monaco

    From Art3 Fair Nice 2015Entertaining events have been organised in Monaco to ensure that its visitors and locals enjoy summer to the fullest- without worrying about safety measures that is. Between the cultural heritage sites of the city, the musical concerts, and Monaco’s open-air cinema, there are still things to do and see.

  • Local Provençal honey markets

    Fete du Miel a Mouans-SartouxThree honey-licious events will celebrate and raise awareness on beekeeping as well as honey making. Provençal cities organise traditional honey festivals every year but 2020 has proved difficult for these events. Now, two of three festivals will be happening in August and the third will be coming up in October. Open to all and free of charge, everyone is encouraged to participate and learn more about respecting the all-important bee and the liquid splendour they produce.

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