This touristic jewel is known as the Hollywood of Nice chiefly because some of the world’s biggest celebrities have homes there. A good number of those homes are beautifully constructed ancient chateaus which add to the magnificent scenery of this locale. Tourists to this part of the Cote d’Azur region of France can expect to enjoy this scenery together with gorgeous seascapes from their luxury apartments in Mont Boron. Apart from secluded relaxation, there are plenty of activities visitors can engage in including hiking through hectares of Mediterranean forest. And as they enjoy the delights of the Bay of Nice, visitors will have the comfort of self-catering apartments and holiday villas in Mont Boron to retreat to. Among the features they can expect there are swimming pools and WiFi Internet.
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-Hiking: Mont Boron’s countryside provides excellent grounds for challenging hikes that are rewarded by amazing Panoramas stretching as far as the sea. One of the most popular routes is the climb from Villefranche-sur-Mer to Fort Mont Alban where a magnificent view awaits. Ending the hike by drinking in a mind-blowing sunset from the Cap de Nice is an experience without equal.
-Monuments: The Batterie du Mont Boron is a fort that was constructed between 1886 and 1887. It is 400 metres long and 15,000 square metres. The structure is due for renovation soon. Another site visitors will want to see is the Grotte du Lazaret, a prehistoric site found at the foot of Mont Boron.
-Nightlife: Those staying in rental villas and apartments in Mount Boron will want to head down to nice for a great evening of fine dining and wine tasting. A number of the joints stock locally produced wines which are high quality and contain minimal chemicals and sulphites.
-Wellness: Nice is home to many spas which holidaymakers occupying holiday homes in Mont Boron can take advantage of to relax and get reinvigorated. Among the treatments that are popular with both locals and tourists are the soakings in melted chocolate and creamy ganache.
-Old Nice: Another place worth taking the time to visit is Old Nice. Not only does the town boast a wonderful medieval aura, it has numerous shops from which visitors can collect everything from gourmet gifts to the latest fashion.
Like the rest of Nice Mont Boron experiences pleasant Mediterranean weather which means warmth for most of the year. From May, as spring gives way to summer, temperatures are above the 20°C. Tourists looking to take up residence in holiday villas in Mont Boron and wish to avoid peak holiday season crowds start streaming in at this time. But the majority of Nice’s visitors arrive in July and August when temperatures average around 28°C. While temperatures inevitably drop from September, even in the height of winter they mostly remain above 10°C.
The main gateway to Nice is the Cote d’Azur International Airport which is only three miles away. Outside of the Paris airports, this is France’s busiest airport bringing in passengers from all over Europe as well as Dubai, Casablanca and other locations beyond the continent. Though there are regular scheduled flights to Cote d’Azur, most visitors arrive on seasonal flights in summer.