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10 good reasons to organize an event on the Côte d'Azur

A successful event is an experience lived with intensity and goals that are reached. Everything must contribute to this success. The organization, the framework, the accommodation, the catering, the transport, and also those little moments of shared relaxation. The Côte d’Azur offers all this.

 Internationally recognized experience and an exceptional range of hotels!

An internationally-renowned area for hosting events such as the Cannes Film Festival, the Monaco F1 Grand Prix, major professional trade fairs such as MIPIM or Tax Free, where events professionals meet every request, even the most unexpected.

The commercial accommodation offer represents 150,000 beds, with one hotel room in two classified as 4 and 5*.

A connected and accessible region.

Linked to two major European capitals, Nice Côte d’Azur airport also offers direct intercontinental links to North America, the Middle East and Asia.

 

Its business aviation centre is ranked second in France, just behind Paris-le Bourget.

 

The tramfly allows the airport to be linked to the heart of Nice in about twenty minutes; trains, taxis, helicopters and even an interurban bus network completes the service to connect the various destination towns.

Top-flight equipment and privatizable premises that are as prestigious as they are unusual.

Eight conference centres, from Menton to Mandelieu, via Monaco and Cannes, offer a tailor-made hosting capacity suited to every type of event.

A new exhibition centre measuring over 60,000 m² is planned for the west of the town; it will be linked directly to a multimodal transport hub.

An infinite number of locations can be added to this: conference rooms in famous hotels, on the waterfront or in a pastoral setting, museums, golf courses and even private villas with enchanting gardens.

Côte d’Azur, Land of innovation. A region focussing on the future.

While tourism is one of the pillars of the Côte d’Azur economy, innovation has long been a driving force.

The pioneer in European technology centres, Sophia Antipolis, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019 by winning a label of excellence for artificial intelligence: “3IA”.

In Nice, Eco Vallée, the national interest operation in the west of the city, heralds the sustainable “smart city” of tomorrow.

And new activity centres are emerging, such as “Cannes on Air”, based on audio-visual creation.

A preserved natural heritage and a responsible destination.

Preserving the unique setting offered by the Côte d’Azur is part of responsible tourism.

This is the choice made by all the professional accustomed to working together in order to guarantee optimum reception conditions.

On a health level, by drawing up strict protocols in partnership with the administrative authorities.

In the face of climate change, to anticipate any risks linked to natural disasters.

And lastly, by way of proven measures, by ensuring the safety of people and reception premises under all circumstances.

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