Treat yourself to an afternoon of pure relaxation while discovering the best of what the South of France and North of Italy have to offer, with a private car chauffeuring you around the various touristy must-sees. Arty towns, regional parks, renowned restaurants, esteemed vineyards, these are but a number of the region’s highlights that are awaiting your discovery, included within a personalized itinerary and what better way to explore these treasures than in the comfort of a private Sedan or luxury van ?
Personalized tours in a limousine
Whatever you wish to discover, the infamous towns along the French Riviera such as Cannes or Saint-Tropez, backcountry skiing in the Nice region or tasting the Italian delicacies, with our limousine service, everything is possible. From Mougins, we suggest a range of extremely varied destinations and make available to you a number of vehicles that are sensitive to your party’s needs. We then choose a chauffeur who knows the region like the palm of their hand to accompany you on your journey of discovery. More than a simple taxi provider, we are a limousine service that creates personalized guided tours. Continue reading to discover half or full day touristic excursions that we suggest doing.
Guided visit of Avignon, Chateauneuf-du-Pape and the surrounding vineyards
The Avignon region is a certified gold mine for historical attractions, beautiful landscape and its esteemed vineyards. Even after it re-joined the French empire in 1791, the ancient city of Avignon has more or less remained intact, including the Popes’ Palace, a must-see attraction. Meandering your way through the city’s medieval ramparts will transport you a number of centuries into the past, and give you a unique opportunity to discover the historical city. Chateuneuf-du-Pape, a castle located 20 km outside of the city is another great attraction. Renowned for its vineyards and wine cellars, visiting this location will reveal a number of secrets to producing one of the most reputable vintages of the region and even world.
Guided visit of the Baux-de-Provence
In the heart of the Alpilles, this hilltop village dominates the upper valley. At 240 metres high it encloses almost as many historical monuments that would a museum. Its small, narrow paved streets can only truly be discovered by foot, a journey that will bring you from the castle to the Santons museum, passing craft boutiques, an old mill and the breath-taking olive plantations and the Camargue nature park along the way.
Guided visit of Saint-Remy-de-Provence
The small capital of the Alpilles, belongs to a classified territory of the National Regional Park. On this visit, you will discover at once the town and the archaeological site of Glanum as well as uncovering the trails of the park, the wine producing areas and the vineyards.
Guided visit of Saint-Tropez
Home to artists the world over since the 1960s thanks in part to the beginning of the ‘jet setting’ lifestyle, this ancient fishing village is today one of the flagship towns of the French Riviera. Its beautiful beaches, its animated nightlife, its charming citadel all attract thousands of visitors to the town every year. Exploring the town by walking along its paved streets, where luxury coexists with craft, commercially as well as maritimely. There are ample opportunities to discover the historical quarter of the La Ponche and admire, from the old port, the luxury yachts alongside the humble fishing boats. There is always the opportunity to spend the day at the Pampelonne beach and at night, enjoy the lights, music and atmosphere of the nightclubs.
Guided visit of Alba and the Piedmont vineyards
Italy, undoubtedly has a well established gastronomic and viticulturist reputation. In the Piedmont region, Alba is the undisputed capital of white truffles, hosting a festival in celebration, every October. This is the best time to spend a day on the other side of the Alps and to eat from a restaurant with 3 stars in the Michelin guide, such as …. It is also the moment to discover a number of Piedmont wine cellars, as the region is equally renowned for its wine production.
Transfers and transport to ski resorts along the French Riviera
Even in winter, the French Riviera is an attractive destination to visit, thanks to its ski resorts of Isola 2000, Auron and Allos. Skiing is an exhilarating yet exhausting sport, we offer transfers to and from the ski stations so that you can focus all your energy on having the best time skiing. All you need to do is contact our limousine and van taxi service and we will look after the rest within the Nicois backcountry. Regarding ski rental equipment, this can be reserved directly at the desired destination. We will chauffeur you from start to finish, whenever and wherever you require !