Shore Excursion, Local Experience, First Time Visitor, Day Trip / Out of Town
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children are very welcome but remain under the supervision of a parent.
You must be able to get in and out of a car'
Maximum travelers: 8
Spanish (advanced), Portuguese (basic), French (fluent), English (fluent)
Discover the Riviera with a friendly local guide
This is the perfect choice for a first visit of the Riviera.
From Cannes, let's built the tour you were dreaming of.
Here are some suggestions:
You dont want to spend all your time transfering on the highway? then choose to visit Cannes with its famous Croisette, the old town of Antibes and the medieval village of Biot, the city of glass blowing.
You're up for a Friday tour ? Then let me take you to Valbonne, the best market of the region, before discovering the traditional activities around perfume in Grasse, and finish by the gorgeous village of Mougins where Picasso was living.
You want the big classics ? No hesitation let's go to the old town of Nice and to the big star of the French Riviera: Saint-Paul-de-Vence.
No matter what's your choice we'll enjoy a moment of conviviality, while we discover some part of the region in a way that I like to call « the Franck way ». The French Riviera with a friend. . .
I can also do a Full day tour, just contact me for more infos.
I will build for you a customized program, just contact me with your wishes.
Here are some suggestions perfect for 6 hours from Cannes:
- Cannes, Antibes and Biot
- Nice and Saint-Paul
- Valbonne, Grasse and Mougins
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Port of Cannes
Hotel in Cannes
End location: Port of Cannes
Hotel in Cannes
Duration: 6 hours
Brand new minivan (2018 model)
- The services of a friendly Driver Guide
- Transport by luxury minivan
- Gas, pay tolls, parking...
- Full insurance coverage
- Personal pick up
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euros - For a simple local lunch, or to buy products at the market to enjoy a picnic.
- Your lunch
- Any personal purchases or expenses
No guiding inside museums