Medieval city full of charm both for its architecture and for its geographical location between sea and mountains and on the border with Italy. The cirque of steep mountains, with the two extreme coasts descending towards the sea, earned the ancient city the nickname "The Pearl of France" in the 19th century. Sheltered from the winds, it benefits from an exceptional microclimate.

During your stay on the French Riviera if you come in February/March, you will have the privilege of attending the Lemon Festival, an event in the pure tradition of carnivals and very famous in Menton, not to be missed.

Villa Serena, close to the Italian border, offers you a beautiful garden with palm trees, cycas and tropical plants to make you dream and travel.

The Carnolès Palace, surrounding the former residence of the Princes of Monaco, will make you discover the most important collection of citrus fruits in Europe, about 100 species of orange, lemon, grapefruit, cedar, clementine, kumquats...

Without forgetting to stroll through its picturesque streets where at every moment you discover a new facet of Menton and its seaside and cultural activities.