Assets of the French Riviera, Provence and Southern Alps to organise your next corporate event in the South of France

Very easy access to the Provence-Alps-Riviera region

  • Nice Côte d’Azur international airport, France's second airport, with connections to nearly 100 towns and cities in 30 countries, and Marseille Provence international airport served by 36 scheduled and low cost airlines

  • The Mediterranean TGV that connects Paris with Avignon, Aix en Provence or Marseille in 3 hours or less, and also serves Cannes, Antibes and Nice

  • Situated in the Mediterranean basin the Provence-Alps-Riviera region is only a few hours from the major capitals of Northern Europe

Reception facilities of the highest order for business tourism and meetings in the South-East of France

An exceptional natural setting for a meeting in the Mediterranean

  • Almost 300 days of sunshine a year for sports and leisure activities

  • An exceptional coastline, 900 km of coasts and several hundred beaches

  • 4 of France's 7 national parks:
    The Camargue National Park near Marseille
    Port-Cros National Park with its splendid undersea fauna reserve
    The Ecrins National Park, with its highest peak at 4,100 m
    The Mercantour National Park and the Vallée des Merveilles

  • 5 regional natural parks: Camargue, Lubéron, Queyras, Verdon, Alpilles

An enormous variety of sports itineraries

  • Several thousand miles of paths for walking, cycling or mountain biking

  • Thousands of climbing spots and hundreds of miles of rivers for rafting and whitewater sports

  • 400 canyoning locations

  • 70 golf courses and many spas in charming hotels

  • 40 winter sports resorts in the French Southern Alps

  • and a multitude of other sports facilities: via ferrata, adventure trails, etc.

A favoured cultural and gastronomic environment

  • Over 400 museums and numerous art galleries for cultural trips and visits

  • Over 2,000 buildings listed as historic monuments

  • 3 sites listed by UNESCO as world heritage sites: Arles, Orange and Avignon

  • Numerous characterful towns and villages, a large number of which are perched villages

  • A renowned gastronomy, the colourful Provencal cuisine and the great wines of the Côtes du Rhône and Côtes de Provence used by the numerous Michelin starred restaurants

Some of the world's most prestigious events

  • Monaco Grand Prix

  • The Cannes International Film Festival

  • The Antibes-Juan-les-Pins and Nice jazz festivals

  • Nice Carnival

  • Cannes Royal Regattas

  • The Voiles de Saint-Tropez

  • The Chorégies d’Orange

  • The Arles Feria

  • The Avignon Theatre Festival, etc.