Spend four days soaking up the sun on Europe’s most famous coast
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The eternally glamorous Côte d’Azur

Spend four days soaking up the sun on Europe’s most famous coast

Welcome to the place where the glamour of past times is uniquely intertwined with timeless French sophistication: The charm of the Côte d’Azur is unrivalled anywhere in the world. With its 300 days of sunshine a year, white sandy beaches and picturesque little villages overlooking the shimmering Mediterranean, the azure blue coast has long exerted a magical pull on creative minds and the international jet set alike. 

Painters such as Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso were drawn to the coast because of its special light and the multi-facetted, luminous colors that abound in these romantic landscapes. The American author F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote his novel Tender is the Night here, which was published in 1934. 

In the 1950s, film stars and starlets discovered the Côte d’Azur: Style icon Grace Kelly fell in love with the region when she came here to shoot the Hitchcock classic To Catch A Thief (1955), and in Cannes she met her future husband, Prince Rainier III. Brigitte Bardot, France’s most famous blonde goddess, became a symbol of Saint-Tropez with the film And God Created Woman. Together with millionaire Gunter Sachs and other celebrities such as Aristotle Onassis, Jackie Kennedy and Gianni Agnelli, in the 1960s she transformed the tranquil strip of coastline into a hub for the international jet set. 

Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice and Monte-Carlo remain hotspots and dream destinations, places where the rich and famous meet. White yachts bob in the glittering water, on the slopes luxury villas lie scattered like gems, surrounded by spacious gardens and grounds. This is the place to meet, relax, recharge one’s batteries and celebrate wild parties. The biggest cultural event of the year is the annual film festival in Cannes, which takes place in May and attracts some of Hollywood’s biggest names. 

If any one building embodies the glamorous flair of the Côte d’Azur, then it is the brilliant white Four Seasons Hotels Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat. The iconic Belle-Époque building is situated on the exclusive peninsula of Cap Ferrat, between Nice and Monaco. 

The legendary resort, which opened in 1908 and again in 2009 after a comprehensive refurbishment, presides over the magnificent seven-hectare grounds designed by the acclaimed landscape gardener Jean Mus, which offer a breathtaking panoramic view across the azure-blue Mediterranean. 

Gleaming white marble and subtle textures of white and cream in the interior give the spacious, airy rooms a timeless elegance. Classic candelabras and golden mirrors create stylish highlights. The hotel has welcomed the crème de la crème of French artists as guests, and the walls are decorated with prints by Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall. 

At the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat you will also encounter a living legend: Swimming instructor Pierre Gruneberg, born in 1931, has been giving swimming lessons here since he was 19 and has helped to improve the technique of celebrities like Elton John, Ralph Lauren, Domenico Dolce and Paul McCartney. Could there be a better place to work on your stroke than in one of the world’s most beautiful saltwater pools? 

Day 1: VIP reception at Munich Airport , flight in a private jet (small size) to Nice. Private transfer to the 6-Star Plus Four Seasons Hotel Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, where you will spend the next three nights in a Palace Sea-View Room with breakfast. 

Champagne reception, leisure time. 

Days 2 and 3: Free to spend as you wish. 

Start the day with a private yoga lesson. Or let yourself be pampered in the hotel spa with a relax massage.  

The hotel is the ideal starting point for day trips to the towns and treasures of the French Riviera. 

The principality of Monaco has countless attractions, including the legendary casino and the spectacular palace of the Grimaldis. Visitors can enjoy a magnificent view across the city-state and the coast from La Turbie (pop. 3000), an idyllic little town high above Monaco. 

Stroll along the legendary promenade Croisette in Cannes. The high society hotspot on the Mediterranean oozes old-time glamour even when the legendary film festival is over. 

The harbor city Nice offers its visitors all the charms and atmosphere of the Provence. Stroll through the narrow lanes in the old town and along the world-famous Promenade des Anglais, and explore the Musée Matisse, one of the largest collections of the artist’s works.   

The private beach Eden Plage Mala in Cap d’Ail is concealed behind rough, rocky cliffs. This tiny bit of paradise, far from the tourist crowds, can only be reached on foot or by boat. 

On one of the evenings enjoy a gourmet dinner in the hotel’s own La Véranda restaurant. Head chef Didier Aniès serves up exquisite Mediterranean delicacies on the terrace under a canopy of pine trees. After dinner the hotel’s glass funicular will take you down to the famous beachside Club Dauphin. Enjoy the sunset with a cool drink in a stylish ambience or swim a couple of laps around the hotel’s signature Infinity Pool, which was built in 1939. 

Day 4: Breakfast à la carte at the hotel. Private transfer to the heliport and a helicopter flight to Nice. VIP service at Nice Airport, return flight with a private jet (small size) to Munich.

Price example per person sharing a double room: 
From €11,890 (for groups of four)
From €16,490 (for groups of two)

Person to contact:
Your personal travel planner on:
Tel: 040 / 31777327

E-Mail: firstclass@golfreisen-hotels.de

Please note: The general terms and conditions of Proscott Golftours GmbH apply to all travel offers. This offer is subject to price adjustments and alterations to the program and dates. Adjusted deposit and cancelation conditions and the following amendments apply: Subject to availability and confirmation by the operator and explicit confirmation of the VIP meeting and consent of the VIPs. Dates subject to alteration. Proscott Golftours GmbH also expressly reserves the right to adjust prices to reflect the actual cost of attending an event/award presentation etc. Price examples apply to Lufthansa Private Jet flights (small size) from the lowest-price connection from a German airport.

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