How about going on an eco responsible trip ?
Whether you are on holiday by the sea or at 3000m altitude in a ski resort give priority to responsible tourism by staying in Nice Côte d’Azur.
Support the territory in its environmental commitment. Together, let’s fight against climate change and preserve biodiversity while protecting the environment and resources. Take a deep breath and discover exceptional places that are part of this eco-responsible approach.
Take a deep breath of fresh air in the middle of nature!
Explore the 86,192 hectares of green forest and be dazzled by the beauty of the 45 lakes and rivers in the destination. Admire the 13 sites (including 1 marine site) in the area classified as Natura 2000 zones.
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In fact, take advantage of these paradisiacal places to put on your hiking boots and hike to the highest peaks. The scenery before your eyes is spectacular. Once you are at the top, take a meditation or yoga course in the open air. Even the less experienced will enjoy it.
For gourmets, opt for local trade
Savourez l’authentique cuisine niçoise et ses saveurs originales dans l’un des restaurants labellisés « Cuisine Nissarde » Chaque année, ce précieux label récompense les restaurants, snacks et vente à emporter, pour la qualité et…
Nice Côte d’Azur and its many eco-responsible labels
From now on, spend your holidays in a committed town of the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolitan area. In fact, to help you choose which one, check out the different labels awarded.
- GREEN STATION 🌱: immerse yourself in nature at Saint-Etienne de Tinée, Station d’Auron, Valdeblore, La Colmiane, Saint-Martin Vésubie.
- CLEAN HARBOURS ⚓️ : discover the most responsible harbours. Call at the ports of Cros de Cagnes, Saint Laurent du Var, Villefranche sur Mer, Beaulieu sur Mer, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat or Cap d’Ail.
- CITIES AND VILLAGES IN BLOOM 🌸 : take a walk among the flowers in the 51 communes of the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolitan Area.
- ECO GARDENS 🌳 : explore the most beautiful gardens in France. Among them, the Promenade Du Paillon, Castel des Deux Rois, the Parc Forestier du Mont Boron, the Jardin du Monastère de Cimiez, or else Carol de Roumanie.