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Côte d'Azur: 8 days from Monaco to St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and back

Côte d'Azur: 8 days from Monaco to St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and back

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Monaco, cote d'azur
Day 8

End on a high note in Monaco

Breakfast on board as you head back to Monaco, where your day could be spent in any number of ways – having a spa treatment at Les Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo, trying on some diamonds at the Graff boutique, or even taking a short helicopter ride inland to Saint-Paul-de-Vence with a view to spending a contemplative couple of hours at Fondation Maeght, a private collection of 20th century and contemporary art, which includes works of Chagall, Miro, Bonnard, Braque, Giacometti, Adami, Kelly and Kuroda, among others.

If you have timed your visit to coincide with the Monaco Grand Prix, champagne corks will be popping well before the race starts at 2pm, when the buzz, noise and excitement reaches fever pitch, and the party continues onboard or in the Amber Lounge well into the next day. No matter what the time of year there is something for every taste happening in the principality – from the Printemps des Artes Festival and the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters tennis tournament in the spring, to cookery classes at the Hotel de Paris and summer festival concerts.

End the day – and your French Riviera sojourn – with an evening cocktail at Hotel de Paris’s American Bar followed by gastronomic haute couture at Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse, or head for Le Grill on the eighth floor, where, with the roof opened to the sky you can dine alfresco in view of a breathtaking sweep of the Riviera.

Picture courtesy of Lukasz Janyst/Shutterstock.com

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