The South of France is sunset beach walks, iconic landscapes, and harbourside glamour. When we think of the South of France we tend to imagine private yachts in Cannes and beachfront hotels filled with celebrities, but that’s only part of the picture. Discover the charms beyond the cliches. With beautiful natural surroundings, pleasant weather, and delicious cuisine, the South of France is perfect for business and pleasure alike.

Harbourside glamour: Things to do in Cannes

We’re most familiar with Cannes for its film festival — where the streets are filled with tuxedos and flashing lights. But the glitz and glam in Cannes happens all year round. Take a stroll around Cannes and you’ll find trendy bars, boutique shops, and a stunning harbour filled with liner-sized yachts. 

Cannes is the perfect place for chic events and modish meetings. Here’s a handful of the many things you can do in Cannes:


  • Admire the Ferraris and Porsches often found around the harbour

  • Relax on the sun-lounger filled beaches

  • Visit the promenade of La Croisette, where the Cannes Film Festival is famously held

  • Discover old-style charm in Cannes’ oldest district, Le Suquet

  • Check out celebrity yachts and glamour at Vieux Port


Getting around Cannes is easy. The city is equipped with an efficient local bus system, Bus Azur. The bus system provides a service not only in the city but also to neighbouring Cannes la Bocca, Le Cannet, and Mandelieu-la Napoule.


“As far as festivals, nothing tops Cannes.”

Sasha Lane


When it comes to glamorous events and spectacular get-togethers, it’s hard to imagine a better backdrop to host than in Cannes. This celebrity-playground features a harbour, bay, offshore islands, and the old quarter, Le Suquet — all of them spring to life on sunny days. So, where do you host such events? Here’s a list of venues around the city:


  • Palais des Festivals: One of the city’s well-known convention centres and home to Cannes Film Festival

  • Les Studio Cannes: With meeting rooms and conference facilities, this is a great venue for all types of events

  • Plage Royale: Located in the heart of Boulevard de la Croisette with space for business meetings, and concerts

  • Hotel Martinez: Features 15 versatile meeting and event venues with a variety of layouts

  • JW Marriott Cannes: Boasts 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and an 820-seat auditorium


Host a memorable event in Cannes. The wealth and glamour of this city cannot fail to impress.


“You were never told that Saint-Tropez is paradise?”


Karl Lagerfeld

Seafood by the Sea: Things to do in St-Tropez

Meander around St-Tropez and find mesmerising cobbled streets, quaint beauty, and a beach-to-beach coastal path. 


St-Tropez is easily one of the most recognisable names on the French Riviera, and conjures images of champagne-fuelled yacht parties and star-studded beaches. Underneath all that is a once-humble fishing port with narrow cobbled streets that have bewitched visitors for centuries. Here are some of the top things to do in St-Tropez:


Venue highlights

The laid-back coastal setting of St-Tropez is sure to inspire your guests during corporate events and team-building days. Here are a few of the top event venues in St-Tropez:



St-Tropez remains undeniably glamorous and charming. This is an ideal spot for events with mystique and pizzazz.


Old-world opulence: Things to do in Nice

It’s said that no place in France can compare to Nice. Old-world opulence, year-round sunshine, and vibrant streets mix together to create a stunning seaside location. Discover the simple joy of a day at the beach with a spot of people-watching. Skate, kayak, swim, or sprawl on a beach lounger. It's all happening in Nice.

Featuring culture, good food, and festivity, Nice is a sought-after city for team getaways and exotic get-togethers. Here’s a handful of must-dos in Nice:



Getting around Nice is easy. Buses serve all major tourist attractions as well as the Nice-Ville train station and the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport (NCE). 


“Refined, raffish, and remarkably good-looking.”

Anthony Peregrine

Venue highlights

Old-world charm meets modern style around the streets of Nice. It’s the perfect balance for meetings and events with real-city grit. Check out these venues for your next event:


  • Le Meridien: Ideal for business events and productive meetings

  • Le Negresco: Features 11 luxuriously decorated reception rooms with a capacity of up to 600 in conference formation

  • Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranee: Great location in Nice for organising your business seminars, international conferences, and prestigious events


Whether you're cruising the clifftop roads, team-building on the beaches, or hosting chic events, the French Riviera is sun-drenched, charming, and seductive.