Guilty Pleasures

Exploring the finest of the Cote D'Azur, a playground for adventurers, artists, aristocrats and jet-setters alike. There is no limit of guilty pleasures on offer as you explore the finest of France's Cote D'Azur

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  • Create your own unique scent at the Provincial mansion in Grasse 
  • Charter a yacht of your choice and discover the  best restaurants and the beauty of the French Riviera by sea
  • Take a Heli-wine tour to Châteauneuf-du-Pape and spend time with a legendary truffle hunter in Provence
  • Cruise through Cannes and the Saint-Tropez countryside in a classic sports car 
  • Spend an exclusive evening at the Monte Carlo Opera House 
  • Dine at the 'table d'hôtes' in the kitchen of a Michelin starred restaurant 

 This trip can be customised to your personal preferences.

From the snow-tipped mountain peaks to the sun-drenched beaches, and everything in-between, the Cote D’Azur is a playground for adventurers, artists, aristocrats and jet-setters alike. Whether you choose a private villa or a luxury yacht as your base, experience the belle époque life of this fabled region.

Venture up the coast in a classic car or a Harley-Davidson; take a picnic in the fragrant fields of lavender or blooming sunflowers depending on the season; in winter, hunt for “black diamonds” - France’s pungent and delicious truffles, or get a hands-on  Provençal  cooking lesson from a Michelin-starred chef. 

Wine-lovers will be overwhelmed with choice. Fly by helicopter to the southern Rhône valley to try its most famous appellation, Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Or create your own blend, complete with personalised family label, delivered to your door after harvest. To accompany your own wine, create a bespoke fragrance under the guidance of fifth generation perfumers, Maison Molinard.

For fans of the classical arts, go behind the scenes at the opera or spend time backstage with the artists at the Festival Les Nuits, held in the stunning centenarian palm tree gardens of Château de la Moutte. Freedive the azure waters with legendary underwater photographer Frederic Buyle and his camera, then for some adrenaline on dry land, meet the drivers at the Monaco Grand Prix and watch the race from a private box. 

Best time to travel: April to October  

Number of nights: Seven

For couples, families or small private groups