Book a panoramic flight from Monaco to visit the French Riviera
You will be departing from Monaco Heliport. The helicopter starts its ascent for you to discover the rock of Monaco, the Prince Palace, the Cathedral of Monaco where was celebrated the glamorous wedding of Their highnesses The Prince Rainier III and The Princess Grace of Monaco and then Jacques-Yves Cousteau's famous Oceanographic Museum overlooking the Mediterranean sea.
You will be starting with the 10 minutes Monaco panoramic flight plus a return via La Turbie to enable you to discover the Roman Trophy of Augustus dating back to 6BC, built to commemorate the conquests of Augustus.
You will continue on to embrace from the sky the whole Côte d'Azur with Nice, Juan les Pins, Cannes, a descent to world famous Saint Jean Cap Ferrat while flying by Eze village, a village nested in a towering mountain overlooking the sea from its 427 meter high top. Note the curvy roads going down to the coast of the Mediterranean with Villefranche, a beautiful seaside resort and its splendid small fishing harbour.
And finally, a return along the coast to the Principality of Monaco
After leaving the Monaco heliport of Monaco, the helicopter starts its ascent to fly over Monaco. When reaching the sightseeing altitude, you will discover Roquebrune village with its 10th century medieval castle, Cap Martin and then Menton. Also check out for Sainte Agnès, a splendid small village nested in the mountains nearby.
Then, the helicopter turns towards Peille, another perched village. In the background, you will have a breathtaking glimpse of the Alpis and the Valley of the Wonders near the Italian border. The helicopter reaches then the Agel Mount, with its renowned golf course.
Fly West above Beaulieu, Villefranche, Juan les Pins, Cannes, the Islands of Lerins, l'Estérel mountain range and Cap Ferrat.
The return to Monaco via Eze village is amazingly beautiful, a true eagle's nest overhanging village above the Mediterranean, then La Turbie with the famous Roman ruins of the Trophy of Augustus before going down again to Monte Carlo with an unforgettable sight of the Principality of Monaco.