Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a charming fishing village in the heart of the French Riviera, situated between Nice and Monaco. Surrounded by cobalt blue waters and nestled in greenery, its unspoilt charm has always attracted the rich and famous. Lo Scoglietto otherwise known as Fleur du Cap is one of the oldest Villas in the area and was first a former home to Charlie Chaplin, followed by David Niven. Since 1889, over 50 hectares on the western side of the peninsula have also been acquired by Begium King Leopold II. As you explore the coastal paths, you will notice the grand estates and beautiful gardens giving you a glimpse into
the life of luxury this resort exudes. Despite being tucked away, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is only 25 minutes from Nice and even closer to Monte Carlo, giving visitors the chance to enjoy the quiet relaxing atmosphere, while having easy access to the glitz of Monaco. Being part of the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals, the peninsula is jointly projected by France, Monaco and Italy, making it a hotspot for diving and snorkelling expeditions. This along with the strict architectural guidelines on land have preserved the village from overdevelopment, making it one of the French Riviera’s last natural gems.