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A single electronic pass provides access to all the most attractive sights the Cote d’Azur has to offer and saves you money.
Your key to the Destination, the COTEDAZUR-CARD® provides access to the main cultural and tourist sights on the Cote d’Azur and an extremely diversified range of sporting, fun and creative activities, from the sea to the mountains.
From Menton to Saint-Raphael (including Monaco), from the coast of the Riviera to the peaks of the Mercantour Massif, over 115 “all-inclusive” activities... as well as advantages and exclusive gifts for you!



Its period of validity begins with the first admission using the Pass. The Pass is valid for one admission for each activity.


Adult Child 4 to 12 y.o.
3 Days (within 6 Days) $65 $35
6 Days (nwithin 12 Days) $90 $49


Direct access to activities: Show your Pass at the Reception and validate it to enter!

One attractive price to enjoy the best of the Côte d’Azur at the best price, leaving you free to prepare your own programme!

Easy to use. The COTEDAZUR-CARD® is individual. Each visitor has a Pass and validates it.

An incentive to discover different activities: our entire selection is included in the Pass. So, why not try it!

An invitation you won’t want to miss: explore the entire Côte d’Azur, from East to West, and from the sea to the mountains!





  • - “Les Clés d’Agay” adventure rally

Team treasure hunt: participants move from one stage to the next on foot, walking the length of the Bay of Agay in search of the combination to open the treasure chest. Each stage has its challenges and riddles.


  • - One 18-hole mini-golf game

Enjoy a moment of fun in this very green 18-hole mini-golf in Cap Estérel village.



  • - Guided tour of Old Antibes

Discover, on foot, the fascinating history of Antibes: the mediaeval town, ramparts, Provençal market, famous Port Vauban and flower-decked district of Le Safranier.


  • - Admission to the Picasso Museum

Not to be missed: the Grimaldi Castle, known as the “Picasso Museum” since 1966. Following his stay in 1946, Pablo Picasso left 23 paintings and 44 drawings to the City of Antibes. Works by Staël, Germaine Richier, Hartung and Anna-Eva Bergman and others major 20th-21st century are also on display.


  • - Admission to Adventure Golf or admission to Kid’s Island (Marineland)

With greens immersed in the mysterious worlds of Jules Verne, among grottoes, waterfalls and an exceptional setting, 3 18-hole golf courses are available to perfect your technique and get the best scores.
Kid's Island offers children and adults alike a fantastic day out. Pony rides, adventure



  • - Photography

Discover le village de Biot through a camera lens with the advice of a photographer to take the finest possible snapshots. Plays on light and shadow, framing...: an original way to learn to observe and use a camera.


  • - Admission to the Fernand Léger National Museum

The Fernand Léger National Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to Fernand Léger, a significant 20th century artist who worked and lived in Biot. The museum is open to all and organises a number of different activities and shows during which visitors can explore its collections.


  • - Tour of the Verrerie de Biot

These guided tours retrace the fascinating history of glass in a journey through time and matter starting from sand and ending in works made with colourful bubble glass.



  • - Admission to Château-Musée Grimaldi

At the top of Haut-de-Cagnes, this medieval castle transformed into a residence in the 17th century now houses ethnographic collections (Musée de l'Olivier) and Modern Art (20th-century painting, contemporary art exhibitions).


  • - Admission to the Renoir Museum

The painter Pierre Auguste Renoir's former home features a collection of works by the artist and his close circle, in a vast olive grove. Moving witness to the Impressionist master's family and creative world in the last 12 years of his life in Cagnes-sur-Mer.




  • - Guided Tour of Cannes and the Cinema: a glamorous partnership! -

Cannes and Cinema are in dissociable. From the Film Festival's famous red carpet, past the city's wall painted in tribute to the cinema, including the enigmatic Man in the Iron Mask, discover a completely new script, just for you.


  • - Boat trip to the Island Sainte-Marguerite (Lérins Islands)

In the Bay of Cannes, the Lérins Islands offer a pristine wilderness. Take a return trip by boat to Sainte-Marguerite Island to visit the Royal Fort, Musée de la Mer, and the Man in the Iron Masks' prison cell, the Batéguier pond, and the pine and eucalyptus forest. 2 snack bars and 2 restaurants.


  • - Boat trip to the Isle of Saint-Honorat (Lérins Islands)

Come and explore 16 centuries of history at the Lérins Abbey, just 15 minutes away from Cannes. Don't miss: The 11th century fortified monastery. The Napoleonic era cannonball furnaces. The vineyard. Before you leave: lunch on the seafront at the La Tonnelle restaurant. Strolls along the seaside.


  • - Once upon a time: Cannes / Historical guided tour of the city

Between glamour and authenticity, listen to the history of Cannes: from the Isles of Lérins to the Old Suquet, the town built its reputation as a privileged venue for people in high places in less than two centuries.



  • - Exploring the medieval village of Carros and its castle

Start from the Tourism Office to retrieve an audio-guide (in French) and explore, at your own pace, all the points of interest and the anecdotes in this authentic village perched high over the Var Valley and the Coast.



  • - Galimard: “Cologne break” workshop in Eze

One of the Côte d'Azur's leading fragrance brands, Galimard offers you the opportunity to take part in a mini workshop to create your own Eau de Cologne based on the scents and smells of the Mediterranean. Workshop available from 8 years old.



  • - Tour of the cathedral of Fréjus Cloister

In Fréjus in the Var department, visit the cathedral's selection of Episcopal sights, overseen by the Centre of National Monuments. Admire the cloister's ceiling, a unique and little-known example of medieval painting featuring a remarkable bestiary of fantastical animals and creatures.


  • - Tour of a cellar & and wine tasting: one vineyard in Provence…

This charming family-run winery stretches across 36 hectares and invites you to stop off and discover its expertise and know-how. Discover the history of the estate in a fun, relaxed environment and learn more about how its wines are made as you wander through the vineyards and cellars.


  • - Cellar tour and wine tasting session (Jas des Oliviers)

Guided tour of the cellar and tasting of different wines



  • - Guided tour of traditional trades at Musée Lou Ferouil

The ironmaster Pierre-Guy Martelly welcomes visitors to talk about the history of 40 traditional trades. The tour continues with a display of early 20th-century vehicles, an oil mill and many more surprises...



  • - One Perfume Creation Workshop with a tour of the Museum of Grasse Yesterday

Come make your perfume in the presence of perfume creators. We keep your formula, so you can order your own perfume (workshops for adults/children).


  • - Admission to the International Museum of Perfumery

Founded in 1989, the International Museum of Perfumery is naturally located in Grasse, the home of luxury perfumery. The Museum presents the history of fragrances in every aspect: raw materials, manufacturing techniques, industry, innovation, trade, design, uses and through its wide range of forms.


  • - Guided tour of Grasse, City of Art & History

Grasse, with its “City of Art & History” label, offers general or theme guided tours of the “City of Perfume” with a Heritage guide. Departure from the Tourism Office.



  • - Admission to the Alpha Park

Alpha Park offers a unique opportunity to observe three wolf packs in their natural habitat in captivity in large compounds, the better to understand the story of Man and wolves through three multi-sensorial shows: “scénovisions”.



  • - Segway outing in the medieval village of La Brigue

Explore the medieval village of La Brigue on a Segway for a unique fun and environmentally-friendly experience. Try the joy of riding on an all-terrain Segway through the village of La Brigue's colourful Streets.



  • - Augustus’ Trophy

Unique for its size and historic importance, recognised of National Interest and managed by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux, the Trophy of the Alps (7/6 BCE) is one of the wonders of the Alpes-Maritimes's architectural heritage. Extraordinary view on the Côte d'Azur!



  • - Tour of the gardens of Château de La Napoule

Château de La Napoule's classical gardens designed by Mary Clews are enhanced by fountains and topiaries. We invite you to discover Henry Clews' sculptures, brimming with humour and Art-Nouveau sensibility (self-guided tour).


  • - Guided tour of Chateau de La Napoule and access to the gardens -

Set in an idyllic beachfront location overlooking the bay of Cannes, the Château de la Napoule opens the doors of the house of an American couple, Henry and Marie Clews, artists and visionaries. The atmosphere of the Belle-Époque, as well as the inspiration and genius of this extraordinary couple.



  • - Cocteau Museum - Severin Wunderman Collection  

Designed by Rudy Ricciotti, this museum is the world's largest public resource of works by Cocteau. Every year, a new hanging of 250 works dedicated to the multifaceted Genius of Cocteau takes place, celebrating the extent and richness of his legacy through drawings, photographs, paintings and film.


  • - Guided tour of the traditional jam shop

Discover the Herbin traditional jam factory with a guided her cooking skills. She also talks about citrus growing in the region of Menton where the fruit are aglow with warm Mediterranean sunshine. Free jar of jam for adults and lemon lollipops for children.



  • - Admission to the Oceanographic Museum

Aquariums, exhibitions, games and leisure activities… the Oceanographic Museum opens up the world of the sea. Founded on the legendary Rock of Monaco by Prince Albert I, HSH Prince Albert II's great-great-grandfather, it takes visitors on a dazzling journey to discover over 6,000 specimens.


  • - Tour of the Exotic Garden, Observatory Cave and Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

This cliff-side garden features a thousand cactus species and other succulent plants, some of which can grow to gigantic heights. Exceptional panorama over the Principality and the French and Italian Riviera. Guided tours only in the Cave.



  • - Espace de l’Art Concret

Inaugurated in 1990, L'Espace de l'Art Concret is the result of the will of two collectors, Sybil Albers and Gottfried Honegger, to make their collection accessible to the public. The programme of temporary exhibitions and introduction to the permanent collection are entirely dedicated to abstract



  • - Tour of Notre-Dame-de-Vie Chapel and admission to the André Villers Photography Museum

Permanent collection of portraits by Picasso and temporary exhibitions. Exclusive gift: a “lucky bag” from the Tourism Office of Mougins.


  • - Museum of Classical Art of Mougins

The MACM's original concept is based on the juxtaposition of Ancient and Modern Art. Works by great Modern and Contemporary masters offer the perfect complement for the superb Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities on display on the Museum's four levels.



  • - Tour of the Musée départemental des Arts Asiatiques and a spot of tea

Visitors will receive a Discovery Pack in which they will be loaned an audio guide in French, English, German or Italian, also available in audio description and French Sign Language. The pack includes a guide to the collections and three postcards. Visitors will be treated to a cup of tea.


  • - Tour & wine tasting in the vineyard of Bellet in Nice (Domaine de la source estate)

At the Domaine de la Source estate, visitors will have the chance to explore Nice's vineyard and cellars, and sample the renowned Vins de Bellet wines (certified with the AB organic farming label), served on the world's finest tables despite the small scale of production.



  • - Tour of the Oil Mill + sampling of local specialities

This oil mill is ideally located between Cannes and Grasse. It serves as an exceptional example of regional heritage and tradition. A tour and wander around the mill will help you learn how olive oil is made - followed by a delicious taste of local specialities under the balmy rays of the midday.


  • - Diy soft Toy workshop (Atelier Pap'o)

Step into the magical world of the Atelier Pap'ô, where children and adults alike leave dazed and delighted! Choose your soft toy, dress it, give it a name, and take it home with you for life!



  • - Discover the Pays de Grasse's aromatic plants

Come and see how the Pays de Grasse's iconic flowers (roses, jasmine, violets, etc.) are grown at the Mas de l'Olivine, our family-run estate nestled in the midst of a 300-tree olive grove. Guided tour. Surprises for the senses await! Products made from the estate's flowers.



  • - Ecomusée de la Roudoule -

Roudoule is a regional eco-museum located in an area steeped in history between the Gorges du Cians and Daluis, just 1 hour away from Nice. It features two new exhibitions: “Plants and Man in the Mercantour” and “Circulez, y'a tout à voir!” (Move on: there's everything to see here)



  • - Château de Roquebrune  

This castle, built in the 10th century, originally the keep of a fortress which encompassed the entire village, offers medieval evocations from one level to the next: Ceremonial hall, Guard room, Lordly home and a Panorama over Monaco, the Mediterranean, Cap-Martin and the village.



  • - Discovery of the Arboretum of Roure

Sprawling out at the edge of the Parc National du Mercantour, the Arboretum overlooks the Vallée de la Tinée and the little medieval village of Roure. Spread over 17 hectares of mountainous terrain, the Arboretum is home to mountain trees from around the world, showcased in an "open-air.



  • - Tour of the Cave of Saint-Cézaire

Near 40 metres underground, the Cave of Saint-Cézaire offers the spectacular beauty of subterranean treasures: majestic draperies, grandiose stalactites, star-shaped speleothems, luminous Medusa and musical played on a“stalagpipe” organ.



  • - Guided tour of the Coast

1-hour coastal tour focusing on the history of the yachting harbour and the shore. Visitors receive a welcome gift.


  • - Guided tour of the Old Village

1-hour tour through the town's Central Park and the Old Village to discover the history of Saint-Laurent through that of the Region. Visitors receive a welcome gift.



  • - Guided tour of Saint-Paul de Vence Guided tour about the village: Heritage, history, the artistes, the Folon Chapel... During one hour in French, English, Italian as available.


  • - Tour of the Maeght Foundation and its gardens

The Maeght Foundation is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014 with a tribute to Sert, the architect who worked with Aimé and Marguerite Maeght in to build the very first private foundation dedicated to Contemporary Art and inaugurated by Malraux in 1964. This exhibition is a “must”!


  • - Admission to the Chapel decorated by Folon and Museum of Local History

Visit the chapel decorated by Folon to discover the artist's poetic world and the work of master craftsmen. Across from the chapel: the Museum of Local History devised by Musée Grévin staff, retraces the highlights of the history of Saint-Paul de Vence.



  • - Tour of the Souterroscope at Baume Obscure with one Treasure Hunt

April, May, September & October: every day except Monday (except if it is a holiday or during school holidays), 10am-5pm (last admission to the cave). June-July-August: every day, 10am-6pm (last admission to the cave). To plan your visit, be there at 4pm at the latest (5pm in summer).


  • - Guided tour land of Art & History Roya-Bévéra Valleys

1 guided tour or 1 outing in the Roya-Bevera Valleys (Pays d'Art & d'Histoire des Vallées Roya-Bévéra) with a qualified guide according to a seasonal programme available click HERE. These tours take place in one of the 7 communes in these Valleys.


  • - One mosaic workshop

A creative leisure activity for everyone under the supervision of a creative artist: realisation of a glass-paste mosaic, cutting, gluing and cementing.


  • - One GPS treasure hunt

Treasure hunt with a clue map and GPS provided. Travel back in time and learn about Sospel's history, architecture and natural surroundings. A fun activity for the whole family (8+ years). Collect your prize from the Tourism Office at the end of the hunt.


  • - Land of Art & History heritage workshop -Roya-Bévéra Valleys

Theme workshop (age 8-12) on the heritage of the Roya-Bévéra Valleys: entertaining tour followed by a practical workshop (duration: 2 hours). At the end of the workshop, all the children leave with their créations.



  • - Admission to the Museum of Traditional Trades and the Prehistory Museum -

Nestled in a medieval village, the Musée des Métiers Traditionnels [Museum of Traditional Trades] encompasses 16 rooms packed full of information on over 50 different trades and crafts. Here in one of France's most comprehensive eco-museums, visitors are invited to delve into the daily lives.


  • - Château-Museum of Natural History

Unique in the region for its large collections of butterflies, other insects and animal specimens from France and all over the world. Free guide booklet.



  • - Tour of the Musée Départemental des Merveilles

Free admission to temporary and permanent exhibition spaces. Visitors are given a “My name is Bego” booklet to help them get the most out of the tour and learn more about the protohistoric and historic carvings in the Vallée des Merveilles valley, as seen through the eyes of Mount Bego itself.



  • - Guided tour in Picasso’s footsteps in Vallauris

Living in Vallauris from 1948 to 1955, Picasso learned two new techniques he would develop to their limits: ceramics and linocut. Guided tour of the town and the different places associated with the artist's presence.


  • - Admission to the Magnelli Museum, Museum of Ceramics and Picasso “War & Peace” national Museum 

The Château de Vallauris, located in the old city districts, accommodates collections of ceramics and paintings by Alberto Magnelli (20th century). The Romanesque chapel, a national museum, houses the “War and Peace” painting by Picasso (1952). You will discover many artworks created by the Master.


  • - Bleu d’Argile ceramic studio

Guided tour of this typical Vallauris craft workshop dedicated to pottery and ceramics. All participants will receive a gift of their choosing.


  • - Dominique NB ceramic studio

Pottery throwing workshop where visitors can Watch potters working and adding finishing touches to ceramics, with explanations on manufacturing processes and access to the decoration station. Open visit. Free souvenir.



  • - Guided tour of the historic city of Vence

The historic city of Vence, ideally located between the sea and mountains, has retained its authenticity to charm and inspire many artists including Chagall, Dubuffet, Dufy, and Matisse... The Tourism Office offers a guided tour into the past.


  • - Admission to the “Intime Conviction” Exhibition at Château de Villeneuve

In Vence, Château de Villeneuve/Fondation Emile Hugues is a landmark for Modern and Contemporary Art, a “must” for any cultural escapade on the Côte d'Azur. Château de Villeneuve welcomes you today for an exhibition called “Intime Conviction”.



  • - Escoffier Museum of Culinary Art

This Museum Is dedicated to Auguste Escoffier, “King of Chefs and Chef of Kings,” the Creator of Peach Melba in particular. It also presents rich documentation on culinary art, a collection of 1,500 menus... Tasting of “Peach Melba”: 1 July to 31 August.