If you are visiting the old city of Nice we suggest you to visit the old candy shop “Patisserie Auer” facing the old Opera building, a unique place where they produce their own chocolate and candid fruits.
She was built and launched in Nantes in 1896, the Belem is the last great French sailing ship of the nineteenth century still sailing. It was converted into a British yacht in 1914, toured the world with the famous brewer Arthur-Ernest Guiness, and then the Italian pavilion to become French again in 1979.
Classified as a historic monument since 1984, this magnificent three-master is today a civilian training vessel that can accommodate 48 sailors supervised by 16 crew members
At the moment in the port of Antibes, can be visited on Saturday and Sunday 22 and 23 September 2018, ticket 6€ per person.
Europe’s leading in-water boat show will once again grace the glittering Bay of Cannes when it returns for its 41st edition on 11th September 2018.
At the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival, nearly 600 boats, ranging from motor and sailing yachts to multihulls, tenders and day boats, will be showcased across the two ports of Cannes: the Vieux Port and Port Pierre Canto. Around 100 of these yachts will be making their world debut.
Superyachts in attendance at the six-day show will be found in the Brokerage and Charter Area at the Port Pierre Canto. Here, the biggest international brokers and charter companies present the key players on the second-hand and charter markets.
“The Golden Treasures of the Pharaohs” exhibition taking palace in Monaco/Monte Carlo, every day, from July 07th to September 09th 2018 at the Grimaldi Forum center.
The fireworks competition takes place every year on the months of July and August in Cannes.
This last one was launched by Philippines and they finished second on this year competition.