The kick-off of the summer season is the Monaco Grand Prix. The main focal point of the Grand Prix is the port, with the superyachts docked and lined up just in front of the track. The rest of the summer you will enjoy the vibrant parties in Anjuna, the sun blessed afternoons and the pristine beaches of the South of France.


Explore the city of Monaco and it’s different district. Peruse the old streets of the rock in the morning and the incredible views on the port. Come down in Fontvielle to enjoy a lunch in Les Perles, with some of the finest oysters. Laze the afternoon on the beach in Larvotto before heading to one of the vibrant restaurants on the Rue du Portier. Later you can head to Sass Café, Jimmy’s or Twiga for a party!



One of the oldes villages in France is also the most picturesque. You will need a car to head up to the old town. Once there enjoy a breahtaking views on the Riviera at the bar of the Chevre d’Or. For a vibrant afternoon by the beach you can head to the what is most likely the world’s best beach club, Anjuna Beach. Rivalling with the ones in St Tropez, Anjuna is the finest party place on the Riviera. 

St Jean Cap ferrat

St-Jean Cap Ferrat is possibly one of the most blessed cities in the world. With a single access road, the city is possibly the safest in France. Paved with some of the world’s most expensive villas, you will discover a true haven of luxury. The pristine waters and sandy beaches on the cap will delight every yachtsman. For a lovely lunch, you can head to Paloma or the Plage Passable. 


One of the most well protected bay on the Riviera, Villefranche offers a traditional village, with a fishing port paved by restaurants and bars. Ideal for a late lunch, head to Mayssa beach for the most stunning views on the bay. Peruse the old street of the city and venture in the old fortress to discover another side of the Riviera. 


Between the Iles de Lérins, you will find one of the most tranquil spots for yachting. With the old Abbay to explore and the lavender field, there are no more picturesque islands. Later you can head back to the Croisette for a vibrant evening in one of the world’s most famed beach clubs. 

ST Tropez

The most famous town in the South of France, St Tropez has been attracting the jet set for decades. A true yachtsmen paradise, the well-protected bay offers easy access to the port and the nightclubs. In Pampelonne the beach clubs are world-famous, including Club 55, Bagatelle and Nikki Beach.