Cheap Holiday to Nice
Leisure Activities in Nice - Sightseeing in Nice , Things to Do in Nice, Watersports in Nice, Restaurants in NiceNice is the capital of the French Riviera and is an exceptionally attractive city. On the famous boulevard called Promenade des Anglais, tourists walk admiring the stretch of beaches and the Mediterranean sea. The old town– Vieux Nice has a multitude of boutiques, cafes and other tourist attractions lining the narrow meandering streets. Each quarter in Nice is alive with markets, boutiques and restaurants making the whole city a lively place to visit.
Sites to see in Nice
The prehistoric sites of Lazaret and Terra Amata
The Préfecture Palace
The Russian Orthodox church
Modern Art Museum
Art and History Museum
Musée de Malacologie (seashells)
Open every day from 10am to 18pm except on Tuesday
04 95 35 40 53 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Musée des Beaux Arts
Musée d'Art Naif and more...
Theaters, Opera, Night Clubs, Watersports..
July: Jazz Festival
Nearly all the beaches in Nice start from the Promenade des Anglais.. Along the bay there are about 15 private beaches separated by public beaches. The beaches here are nearly all pebble stone.
Perhaps you want to reserve a sun bed on the beaches in Nice, visit: www.easybeachbooking.com for more information
Want to go diving in the Cote D’Azur along the Nice coastline, visit: www.easydivebooking.com
Villefranche sur Mer (5km), Beaulieu (7km), St Jean Cap Ferrat (10km).
a Free Guide bookThis free 80-page guide book allows you to easily plan your visit and keep on top of all the best activities available on the French Riviera.
The guide book includes:
- The description, contact information and special offers of every partner in the French Riviera Privilege Card Guide Book
- An introduction to all the major towns on the French Riviera, including tips and maps
- An index with all the partners in the French Riviera Privilege Card Guide Book scheme, categorised by sector and city