French Riviera and the Mediterranean

After Paris, the French Riviera is the second most visited region.

  • Nice
    In recent years Nice has been enjoying a genuine economic and architectural revolution. Nice boasts cutting-edge infrastructures, from its international airport to its accommodation and the ability to facilitate the planning of events. Nice is a city dedicated to sustainability – through the ISO 140001 certification obtained by Acropolis Congress and Exhibition Center, the Allianz Riviera Stadium, or ongoing projects like the Eco-Valley with a future 75,000 sqm exhibition and congress centre.

  • Cannes
    Worldwide known for its famous Festival and its Croisette, Cannes invests continuously to provide the best to its visitors:
  • More than 52 million euros invested these last 10 years in the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès to embellish, modernize, secure and develop its technical performances.
  • 500 million euros invested by the hotels to offer the best product and services within the 130 hotels of the city.
  • 179 million euros invested since 2014 by the City Hall to improve Canne’s attractivity.

  • Marseille
    The second largest city in France, Marseille is lined with 57 kilometers of coast that leads into the Calanques National Park, a rarity to have such a site sitting so close to a city of almost a million. Marseille is a modern and dynamic city, constantly on the move confirming its excellence in the most innovative business and scientific sectors. This city of knowledge and creativity is a booming destination with the opening of numerous cultural sites, new luxury 5 and 4 star hotels, heavy investment in renovation of the convention centres.

  • Monaco
    Excellent hotel facilities offering 2,300 rooms, with a real tradition of welcome and a modern, eco-certified congress centre, Grimaldi Forum Monaco, which is internationally recognised by the profession. Nestled in the heart of Europe, less than two hours by air from the major cities and situated near the Nice Côte d’Azur international airport, it is easily accessible. Monaco’s assets are not just geographical, but its other advantages are less well known. With a calendar of more than 500 business events, Monaco is strengthening its position as a destination for events. Prices are reasonable, the climate is sunny even in winter and the Principality’s image is strong and dynamic.

  • Montpellier
    Nestled between sea, vineyards and mountains, Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole in the south of France is a historic, effervescent destination offering both a modern outlook and a certain art of living. City of medicine and also at the cutting edge of research activities and the digital economy, Montpellier Méditerranée combines several assets (major equipments, accommodation and renovated railway station in the historical centre, 4 tramway lines, an international airport; all the facilities required for high profile national and international business meetings.

  • Corsica

    Renowned for its blue waters, well preserved environment, Corsica boasts several major advantages that make it perfect for hosting your event. just 170 km from mainland France, 80 km from the Italian coast and within easy reach of the main European outbound markets. This gives the destination great stability within the Mediterranean basin.
    The quality of sites ensures original venues for hosting meetings and galas, whilst the professionalism of local operators with genuine savoir-faire makes this a destination particularly well adapted. The presence of dedicated infrastructures, a range of accommodation that has been greatly modernized in recent years, with greater capacity and higher categories of hotel, really favors the organization of any type of professional event.
    The island boats a unique sea-mountain combination - a natural playground, particularly suitable for incentive organization, and the landscapes are the ideal backdrop for hosting events, product launches, film, and video shootings.