Aix en provence, Saint Tropez, Grimaud, Cannes, Grasse, Antibes, Nice, Eze, Saint Paul de Vence…

Discover the most beautiful sites of the French Riviera and its hinterland with a multilingual driver, attentive to your every need and passionate about the region’s heritage.

Excursions can be tailored to suit your needs and the time you have available.

Grimaud/Saint-Tropez Tour

Let yourself be transported in complete tranquillity between Grimaud, a typical Provencal village, and St Tropez, the jet-set mecca. You can also take in the breathtaking views of the Esterel massif.

Visit vineyards and take part in tastings by asking your driver to take you to estates such as Fort du Broc, Château St Martin, Château Rasque and Sainte Roseline. The owners will be delighted to welcome you and share their passion.

Cannes to Monaco Tour

From Cannes to Monaco, via Nice, Eze and St Paul de Vence, discover the landscapes and mythical sites of the Côte d’Azur: Monaco, the Royal Family and its Rock, Nice, the Promenade des Anglais, its port and the Old Town, as well as Eze and St Paul de Vence, two typical villages overlooking the Mediterranean, and not forgetting the Villa Rothschild in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat.

We also recommend that you enjoy the Cannes area in the evening, and can provide you with a chauffeur-driven car service. You’ll be able to admire Monaco, La Napoule and Antibes by night.

Grasse Tour

Discover the land of perfume with perfumers Molinard, Fragonard, Galimard and the Musée International de la Parfumerie and its gardens. You’ll be taken on a fascinating journey through raw materials, distillation and enfleurage, right up to the creation of a fragrance.

You’ll also discover the town’s prehistoric architecture as you wind your way through its winding lanes, its Notre-Dame du Puy cathedral, its pretty squares and its private mansions.

Provence Tour

Enjoy a more gastronomic excursion to smell the sweet lavender scents of our Provence land. For example, there’s a wine and truffle theme at Bruno’s in Lorgues.

Continue on to the Luberon, with its attractive program including Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy de Provence, Abbaye de Sénanque, Village des Bories, Arles and Nîmes.

And finally, ask for an excursion to Aix-en-Provence to see the Old Town and the Mazarin Quarter, and don’t hesitate to take a break in the cafés and pretty markets.


Paris, Versailles, Giverny, the Châteaux of the Loire, the beaches of Normandy… We suggest you discover all these exceptional sites with a multilingual driver, attentive to your every need and passionate about the region’s heritage.

The excursions on offer can be tailored entirely to your wishes and the time you have available.

Paris Tour

Paris is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Whatever you want to explore, the city’s historic monuments, parks and gardens, gourmet cuisine, cultural treasures, luxury boutiques and museums like the Louvre.

Your chauffeur will guide you to the capital’s must-see sites.

Aboard your vehicle, discover the Eiffel Tower, the Place de la Concorde, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, the Pont Neuf, the Pont Alexandre III, the Pont des Arts, the Pont Mirabeau, to name but a few of the city’s wonders.

Deauville & Honfleur Tour

Just 2 hours away by car, Deauville, a small 19th-century seaside resort with a sumptuous casino, is well worth a visit. Visit the Villa Strassburger, known as the most beautiful villa in Deauville.

Do you like horses?
Your chauffeur will take you to the Hippodrome de Deauville-La Touques.

Prefer boats?
He’ll take you on a tour of Honfleur’s old dock.

Honfleur has been a source of inspiration for painters, authors and musicians such as William Turner, Gustave Courbet, Claude Monet, Charles Baudelaire and Erik Satie.

Reims Tour

What would a trip to France be without a visit to Champagne, about an hour and a half east of Paris? The towns of Reims and Epernay are at the epicenter of Champagne production. Let us guide you along the Route du Champagne, stopping to visit the famous wine estates and enjoy the beautiful landscapes where the vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see.

Every year, millions of bottles ripen in the region’s ancient chalk mines, some dating back to Gallo-Roman times. If you’re a history buff, ask your driver to take you on a tour of Reims’ Gallo-Roman monuments dating back to the 2nd century.

Versailles Tour

The Château de Versailles was originally the hunting lodge of Louis XIII, before his son Louis XIV transformed and extended it. He moved the court and government of France to Versailles in 1682 and created the palace we know today, a symbol of royal power and an embodiment of French classical art, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Your driver will take you back in time as you travel the 20 kilometers from Paris to the Château along the Route Royale, used by the Court in those days. Relax in the back of your vehicle and let yourself be driven…