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Evening Meal. Night Out.
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Wine Tasting. Night out.
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Jet Skiing. Night out.
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Sky Diving. Night out.

Nice Hen Weekends

What a great place to come to celebrate the final days of your freedom. Nice is like a slice of heaven with its stunning beach, grand promenade and...

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t residents. There are many activities to keep the days busy besides the captivating attraction of the beaches. There are a wide variety of chic bars, caf's and clubs boasting a fabulous Mediterranean night life. This place will show you how the beautiful people party and is guaranteed to leave all your hens in love with the hedonistic way of life of the French Riviera. Nice also has its very own style of cuisine that ranks among the best in Europe. This town will make yours a legendary hen party; your friends will talk of it for years.


Nice is only second to Paris for its wide selection of museums and galleries. The vast majority of the best ones are free entry. Topping the bill is the Musee Matisse, where you can see a chronological display of works of the city's most famous artist, enabling an appreciation of his development. There are a broad selection of alternative galleries and many fascinating museums. If music is your culture there are plenty of options in this enlightening city. The Acropolis or the Theatro Lino Ventura are grand venues where you are assured of all kinds of big-name international performances or there are a multitude of smaller venues such as the Theatre du Pois Chiche or the Theatre Francis Gaig where you can catch as (or more) exhilarating local French talent.

Famous for/must see:

The largest city on the French Riviera, Nice is famous for its beautiful cobble beach and the majestic boulevard that lines the beach, the Promenade des Anglais. The Nice Carnival tradition is nearly 800 years old and if you are lucky enough to be here in the 10 days prior to the Mardi Gras (Feb/Mar) you will experience the finest festival atmosphere every night. Nice is also world famous for its distinguished and wealthy inhabitants and it's not hard to comprehend what the attractions are with a visit to this ravishing French Riviera outpost.

Travel info: Air:

The airport Cote d'Azur Nice is international and is served by major airports all over Europe and by budget airlines like Ryanair and EasyJet and it is right in the city centre on the bay at the southern end of Promenade des Anglais. The view of the city, the promenade and the med is spectacular flying in. The buses 23/ 98 take you into the town depending on whether you're in T1/T2.

Hen do ideas:

The adventurers in your hen party will not leave you disappointed with a host of activities to keep the adrenaline flowing. A fun filled session whizzing around the blue waters of the Mediterranean on jet-skis is sure to fuel some of that hunger.

Parasailing is also an option but perhaps not for the fainthearted among you. For those of you who'd prefer a relaxing way to take in the beauty of the Mediterranean and the French Riviera backdrop a trip on the Train des Pignes is wholly recommended.This is a narrow gauge train that climbs peaks around the city like Castle Hill with lots of stop off points, from these places there are endless stunning views of Nice.


Never let it be said that the fun stops on the Cote D'azur when the sun goes down. There is a current flowing through a vast agglomeration of cafes and bars citywide and an endless amount of ideal starting points (and finishing points as well as all in between) for a hen night celebrations. Just be sure not to let alcohol take over and have your hens try to skateboard with the hipsters on the promenade after dark.


Nice is the largest city in the Cote d'Azur/ French Riviera and for centuries it has been the place the well to do of Europe go to let their hair down. It is chock full of interesting things to be doing with your time as well as having beautiful postcard perfect Mediterranean beaches. The rich culture, heritage and artistic rigour of the area is palpable. The combination of the cities radiance, it's out of this world landscapes and its relaxed atmosphere, not to mention its diverse vibrant night life make this a place everyone must visit at least once.


There is evidence of people living here as long as 40,000 years ago. The Greeks made it a classical city in about 350BC, after which the Romans were here. The city became part of Italy in the 7th century and. After the era of Louis XIV in the late 17th - 18th centuries it became a point of struggle between him and Italian dynasties. In the 18th century it was 'discovered' by the English aristocracy and became a Mediterranean resort for the well-off. Russian and other European aristocrats soon followed and it's been popular with well-off tourists since. Today it's become a very important Mediterranean port.

Food/ Restaurants:

Your hen party will be offered a wide choice of eating establishments in this diamond on the Riviera. If you are lucky enough to be in the old town or in the centre of Nice you will be spoiled for choice. Only a couple of hundred yards from the promenade is Le Sejour Cafe on Rue Grimaldi which offers a delectable and affordable choice of Mediterranean dishes all prepared masterfully. For an elegant tapas bar with food, wine and occasional live music the atmosphere of Le Vingt4 a few minutes' walk away is second to none. La Roustide 5 minutes away in a taxi on Rue Beaumount is a fine example of exquisite well prepared local and French cuisine.

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