You arrive on the Riviera from Nice airport, train station …, in the Alpes-Maritime, and you do not know the means of transport in the region to visit Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Monaco … We will help you.
With Biomotion, you can move around in an ecological and economic (prices averaged less than 20 %) in hybrid car with driver. This taxi’s alternative will take care of your travel and your transfers on the Riviera to enjoy your stay. So book now to avoid trouble.
- Nice airport transfer
- Saint Tropez airport transfer
- Airport transfer Monaco
- Airport transfer Antibes
- Cannes airport transfer
- Airport transfer Sophia Antipolis
- Airport transfer Cannes la bocca
- Saint Tropez airport shuttle
Otherwise you can always move on the Riviera :
|By bus : The bus network is well-developed on the Côte d’Azur, with both inter-urban and inter-village connections. Shuttle services are also available from Nice Côte d’Azur Airport to town centres and also from all bus stations in towns on the Côte d’Azur. Timetables and information on the towns served are available from the bus stations.|
|By car : You usually have to pay for parking from Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon and from 2 to 6 p.m. Many car-parks and parking meters are at your disposal, giving you time to devote to leisurely strolls. In the summer season, traffic conditions may prove to be difficult along the coast.|
|By taxi : Taxi ranks in towns are indicated by a blue panel. To reserve a taxi, central booking services are at your disposal in the Riviera’s main towns. Further information from the Tourist Offices.|
|By tram : A single ticket to get around the city of Nice by tram and by bus.
Tickets on sale at “Ligne d’Azur” agencies in Nice (3, Place Masséna and 29, Avenue Malausséna) as well as in some newsagents and tobacconists displaying the “Ligne d’Azur” logo.
Warning : no tickets are sold on board the trams but ticket dispensers are available on the platforms (take change).
Price : €1.
|In Nice : by “self service” bike
A new way of getting around, roaming as you wish and discovering all the riches and beauties of this French Riviera city using these “self-service” bikes.
These blue self service bikes at 90 stations spread throughout the city (mainly in the city centre during July) will be available 24 hours a day for €1 per day or a weekly price of €5 allowing you to get around the city as you wish…
|Nice Tourist Office|
Along the coast : The TER (Regional Express Trains) provide rapide connections between the main towns on the Côte d’Azur from Cannes to Vintimiglia. At certain times of day, there is a train every 30 minutes.
Mid and high altitude areas : The Nice-Tende-Turin SNCF line serves the mountains and especially the Vallée de la Roya on a daily basis. And also into Italy, to Limone, Cuneo and Turin.
Regular connections to the Iles de Lérins departing from Cannes (ferry terminal) but also from Juan-Les-Pins, Golfe Juan, Mandelieu la Napoule, Nice and Théoule sur Mer.
Further information from the Tourist Offices.
There are three major heliports on the French Riviera in Nice (Airport), Cannes and Monaco. The different companies run regular services between these three port and St Tropez and the ski resort of Isola 2000.Information : www.nice.aeroport.fr
There are 2 mountain airfields for professional pilots with « mountain » license only in Isola 2000 and Valberg open in summer.
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