A Picasso-Inspired Path
Artistic adventures in the French Riviera
Discover the impact of the Côte d'Azur on a master. After being utterly seduced by the region on his first visit in 1946, Picasso settled in Vallauris in 1948 to experiment with the local pottery. He later set up his studio in the Château Grimaldi, now the Picasso museum in Antibes. Explore the sights, settings and even the flavours that made a master.
Picasso Museum and Vallauris Chapel (45 mins): €50 per group (maximum 5 people)
Monoprint on historic press (45 mins): €80 per person
City tour, absinthe tasting in a speakeasy and Antibes Picasso Museum (1h30m): €290 for two people
Mercedes E Class with driver – €330 for three hours
Mercedes A Class rental – €210 for the day