Feast your eyes on Nice

Though we can’t experience the magic of Nice in person yet, we can bring some of that magic to you at home. This Bastille Day, watch our cooking class and you’ll feel as if you’re really in Nice and also get the chance to win some exclusive prizes.

How to enter La Compétition

✔️Complete our short quiz about the city of Nice. Answer the questions correctly to go into the draw to win. Entries close at midnight AEST on 21 July 2021. Bon appétit, bon voyage and bonne chance!

The prizes

Thanks to Nice tourism office, one lucky winner will receive the following:

Three nights’ stay including breakfast and a diner for two* at the luxury Hotel La Pérouse in Nice
A French Riviera Pass* for two which gives you free access to tourist sites in Nice and the wider region
A Le Creuset* signature cast iron casserole
*Terms and conditions apply

Perouse et le creuset

Learn how to cook a Pissaladiere

To celebrate Bastille Day, join us for a fun cooking class and virtual tour of Nice by tuning in to our Facebook page (External link) at 7pm AEST on Bastille Day, Wednesday 14 July 2021.

First, food entrepreneur Rosa Jackson (External link) , owner of Les Petits Farcis (External link) , will teach you how to make a classic Niçoise dish – pissaladière. Somewhere between a pizza and a tart, the pissaladière is the ultimate comfort food, which can be enjoyed all year around. Cut into squares, it is also the perfect food to pack for a picnic on the beach.

Then, the director of the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolitan tourism office and his lovely team will take you on a tour of some of Nice’s top attractions. You’ll be able to relive your Niçoise memories or decide whether Nice is worthy of your bucket list (spoiler alert: it is).


Discover the city of Nice

What do you get when you combine French culture, alpine mountains and sunny beaches, old-world charm and a buzzing atmosphere?

This might sound like the stuff of dreams, but not for the city of Nice. Known as the capital of the chic yet relaxed French Riviera, it’s no wonder this diverse and unique city is one of France’s most popular tourist destinations.

Alongside its Mediterranean climate, fascinating history and vibrant art and entertainment scene is the local gastronomy. French and Italian influences come together in perfect harmony to create fresh, flavourful Niçoise cuisine (and don’t get us started on the wine).

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