Unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur region in the southeast of France, Nice is also the ‘grande dame’ of the French Riviera. It offers opulence, year-round sunshine, and a timeless appeal. In fact, Nice is sun, fun, art, and every visitor experience rolled into one city, whether you’re after a spot of shopping, a beach hit or some city culture. What’s more, Le Montourey, Siblu holiday park in Fréjus is a short drive from this wonderful town. Must be time to explore…

 

Our Holiday Park Near Nice

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Welcome to the French Riviera! Siblu's Le Montourey park sits right on France's glitziest coastline near the Roman town of Fréjus. With sun almost guaranteed, you might be tempted to spend all your days lounging by the pool or enjoying the waterslides, but there's also loads to discover outside the holiday park. 

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Close to Nice Airport (40 mins drive)
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Health and wellbeing centre on-site
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Nice at a glance

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Promenade des Anglais

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Things to see and do in and around NIce

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Beaches and the great outdoors
Stretching as it does round the turquoise waters of the Baie des Anges, there’s no escaping the beach in Nice! It’s made up of smooth pebbles, so pack your jelly shoes if you fancy a dip, or a stroll along the water’s edge. Know that the beach also has public and private sections, with the private areas offering more facilities (loungers, parasols, even table service!). Alternatively, you can walk, cycle, rollerblade or even run the illustrious Promenade des Anglais, which follows the bay’s majestic sweep. Then there’s vastly impressive Parc Phoenix in the west of the city. Renowned for ‘le diamant vert’, a phenomenal greenhouse and Europe’s largest boasting seven tropical climates, but perhaps more importantly, the park’s dedicated play area is great for letting the children run free... Promenade du Paillon is a more recent addition to Nice’s outdoor attractions. A green ‘artery’ that cuts through the city, it’s ‘populated’ with water mirrors and fountains that seemingly spontaneously shower passers-by – can be great on a hot day!


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Things to do and special events
Nice is an art lover’s paradise, and in France its museums and galleries rival only Paris. As a starting point, visit Musée Matisse, a joyful collection of paintings Matisse bequeathed to the town, Musée Chagall, and the Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, which includes works by Andy Warhol. The town is also architecturally rich, from Belle Epoque mansions to Italian Baroque at Cathédrale Ste-Réparate.

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Local discoveries and hidden gems
Just behind Promenade des Anglais, Cours Saleya is a well-known and much-loved flower market that bustles with Niçois atmosphere. There are also food stalls, and a flea market on Mondays. From here, you can then discover Vieux Nice: lose yourself in the maze of cool, narrow streets and marvel at the many delis, boutiques and cafes. You need not go hungry in Nice as you will find the local restaurants and bistros serving the very best of French produce and cuisine: heady herbs, lip-smacking olives and specialties such as Salade Niçoise, daube provençal (hearty beef stew) and bouillabaisse (fishy soup), all washed down with a cool Rosé. To complete your visit to Nice, fill up on ‘socca’, a local crêpe-come-pizza street-food specialty made from chickpea flour.
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Places to go
From Nice, why not make the short trip to Villefranche-sur-Mer by bus or train! It’s a delightful olde-worlde seaside town squeezed between sea and mountain, with narrow streets and quaint beaches. Further round the coast, St Jean Cap Ferrat is Nice’s most exclusive ‘suburb’, perched on a rocky peninsula. Ideal for tracking down that old-style glamour synonymous with the French Riviera way of life. For a hidden gem of a beach, make your way to Beaulieu sur Mer and pass through the glamorous looking restaurants and bars to the 'Plage Petite Afrique' with shallow waters perfect for the little ones.

Explore other cities in France

Discover our holiday parks near Montpellier

Montpellier is the cultured capital of the Languedoc region in the South of France, situated next to the Mediterranean Sea. It’s also a vibrant university town, and one of France’s most multicultural cities, voted the most ‘desirable place to live’ in France. This is the must-visit destination.

Discover our holiday parks near Béziers

Perched above the River Orb in the Languedoc region of France, Béziers lies between Narbonneand and Sète. It is an attractive Roman town, renowned for its summer Feria and wines.

Discover our holiday parks near Lyon

Sitting where the water of the rivers Rhône and Saône converge, majestic Lyon is the capital of Rhône-Alpes, an inland region of France stretching from Lake Geneva to the Cevennes and Provence. A great base from which to explore this historical, cultural city of gastronomy, with its multiple Michelin stars, is Siblu holiday park, Les Rives de Condrieu.

Discover our holiday parks near Roscoff

You’ll find the historic port of Roscoff in Pays du Léon, a corner of France in Brittany’s Finistère that enjoys a gentle microclimate and prodigiously produces artichokes, cauliflowers and, most famously, the Roscoff pink onion! It is also well known to visitors from the UK and Ireland for cross-channel ferry links.

Discover our holiday parks near Tours

Tours in central France artfully combines ancient cathedral city with university town. It makes the perfect gateway to the famous châteaux of the Loire Valley, and is an ideal place for the serene appreciation of French culture and lifestyle.

Discover our holiday parks near Lyon

Sitting where the water of the rivers Rhône and Saône converge, majestic Lyon is the capital of Rhône-Alpes, an inland region of France stretching from Lake Geneva to the Cevennes and Provence. A great base from which to explore this historical, cultural city of gastronomy, with its multiple Michelin stars, is Siblu holiday park, Les Rives de Condrieu.

Discover our holiday parks near La Rochelle

The seafaring town of La Rochelle is the jewel of Charente Maritime, a wonderful region in France perched on the Atlantic Ocean.

Discover our holiday parks near Biscarosse

In southwest France, just south of Bordeaux and the glimmering Bay of Arcachon, lies Biscarrosse. It is a remarkable three-in-one holiday destination. Biscarrosse-Plage presides over long, sandy beaches with the rolling surf of the Atlantic Ocean crashing their shores.

Getting to Nice from our park

Place

Nice

Distance/driving time from Le Montourey

62km/ 52 minutes