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French Riviera


The Jewel of the Riviera

After a short helicopter ride from Nice Airport, where you landed your jet in one of the most secure airports in the world within exceptional sceneries, you finally reach us in Port Hercules. After meeting the captain and your crew, the yacht can depart at your command to the next destination. Or you can discover the glamour of one of the riviera’s finest city, with vibrant nightlife, exceptional gastronomy, and the world’s most famous casino. After a unique evening, Eminence will slowly set sail to have you wake up in true heaven on earth.


Medival Village

Waking up between mountains and sea, surrounded in crystal clear waters, discovering Eze. one of France’s most beautiful villages and inspiration for many renowned artists, including Matisse & Picasso. The botanical garden of the cliffside old town is a true must-see, offering splendid views on the bay of St Jean. Chateau Eza offers one of the very best views from the bar on the sea. Once back down on the shore, lunch in the vibrant ambiance of Anjuna Beach is not to be missed.

Villefranche Sur Mer

Traditions and History

A quick cruise from Eze you will reach the bay of Villefranche, one of the most iconic of the Riviera. The perfect cove to start exploring the old village, typical from the south of France and a favorite of the British elite. From it’s small streets to a very small harbor and seafront restaurant, the city blends exclusivity with traditions. An old fortress is to visit featuring small museums ideal for art lovers.


The Origin of the Riviera

In the old days of the Riviera, Nice was the place to be. From Russian Tsars to British businessmen and German nobility, all were gathered in Nice. A reminder of this era is the famous Negresco hotel, one of the very first palaces on the Riviera. The city is also home to one of the largest Orthodox Church outside of Russia. Peruse the old street of the city center, enjoy a drink in one of the traditional bars on the Quai des Américains before strolling among the yachts in the harbor, surrounded in traditional fishing boats.


Privacy and history

The Cap d’Antibes is one of the most in-demand real estate markets in the world for a reason. Between the icy peaks of the Alpes and the warm waters of the Mediterranean, the views are simply sublime. Peruse in the old streets discovering unique shops, wine bars, and a vibrant atmosphere. One of the main homes of yachting in the world, Antibes was also the home of Picasso for years, where is art developed and grew. The Picasso Museums is one of the must-do of the town, followed by the Cap d’Antibes Hotel, one of the most prestigious hotels in the world, with a private beach.