Enjoy all the beauty of the Nice region, between outdoor activities and culinary delights. And if you want more, discover the hidden secrets of the hinterland and meet the inhabitants of the middle country.
An exceptional heritage and a multiple region
The assets of Nice Côte d'Azur have seduced and inspired millions of visitors every year for decades. Here, nothing is missing!
Sea or mountain? Why do you have to choose ? The unity of this space, unique in Europe, between the towns on the coast (Cagnes-sur-Mer, Nice, Villefranche-sur-Mer, Beaulieu, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Cap d'Ail, etc.) and the resorts ski area (Isola 2000, Auron, La Colmiane, Saint-Dalmas-le-Selvage, etc.) via the perched villages of the middle country (Vence, Saint-Jeannet, Gattières, Gilette, Falicon, etc.), allows all types of stay (urban, active nature, events, cultural, seaside, mountain, etc.) for all visitor profiles (solo, couple, family, friends).
With its international airport 15 minutes from downtown Nice, its hotel park of nearly 300 hotels, its many museums, its architectural heritage, its climate, its coastline, its festivals, its sporting events and its art of living, Nice Côte d'Azur is the ideal destination that everyone agrees on… Everyone staying there is surprised to have so much to do there!
Discover the region
At the occasion of the UTMB by Nice Côte d'Azur, discover the charms of a unique and spectacular region with exceptional heritage (the heart of Nice is on UNESCO's World Heritage List), gastronomic experiences, natural areas, cultural sites, picturesque hilltop villages, an innumerable range of activities... all while being set in breathtaking scenery that begins on the shores of the Mediterranean and ends at an altitude of over 3000 metres.
Known worldwide for its unique geographical location - between the Mediterranean Sea and the Southern Alps – and its iconic lifestyle, Nice, capital of Côte d'Azur and 5th largest city in France with more than 340,000 inhabitants, welcomes more than 5 million visitors every year. This unique and prestigious host city - now classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site - also has great ambitions for sports, thanks to its exceptional natural playground. This extraordinary environment, between the sea and the mountains, allows Nice to host some of the world's greatest outdoor events.
This former alpine village of the Haut Pays niçois, once the granary of Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée, is now a dynamic winter and summer resort, about 1h30 drive from Nice, in the heart of the Mercantour massif, near the national park of the same name.
The highest peak and closest to the resort is the summit of Las Donnas, culminating at 2,474 meters.
Roubion’s five hamlets are scattered amid meadows and forest between 1,335 and 1,920m above sea level. The fortified village clings proudly to a cliff overlooking the valley from its ramparts. Its Mediaeval style, steep narrow streets and many old vaulted passageways lead to a breath-taking viewpoint. Located on the Route des Grandes Alpes, Roubion also has a small alpine ski resort (30km of ski runs).
An outstanding Mediterranean gem between sky and sea, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a coastal village with pastel nuances and refined architecture, revealing a peaceful beauty along its narrow streets. Welcoming beaches, terrace cafes, and coastal paths create an enchanting experience in the heart of the Mediterranean, where discreet charm meets refined luxury.