"The destinations are cool, but getting there is the best part!"
Leslie J.

Dates: Spring/Fall 2020 - 5 Nights/6 Days
Tourrettes sur Loup, France

Thursday, May 21 - Tuesday, May 26

Thursday, September 10 - Tuesday, September 15

Riviera Driving Tours' classic, 5 night/6 day cabriolet tour is an exciting, one-of-a-kind adventure that just may be the best way ever to discover the beautiful south of France.

Our concept is simple - we remove the hassle from vacation planning so you can focus on one thing upon your arrival in Nice: sliding behind the wheel of your Cabriolet and cruising down some of the most spectacular roads on the planet.

We take full advantage of our many years of experience in the area to meticulously design daily routes that highlight the best roads, villages, restaurants, and sights of the French Riviera and arriere pays (back country).

The tour is designed in a convoy format with our home base in Tourrettes sur Loup (no moving from hotel to hotel each night), but guests are always free to blaze their own trail through the French countryside if they wish, i.e., it’s not mandatory to drive in a rally formation.

Tour booklets, GPS Navigation systems, and two-way radios (one per vehicle) ensure that your next destination is never in doubt. 

The Riviera Driving Tour, though, is not just about driving.

Cuisine plays an especially important role.  We only select restaurants that over the years (we do a lot of research) have consistently delivered the most sumptuous food, friendly service, and gratifying ambience.

And what is France without wine?

Our resident sommelier/wine guru Jean Pascal will be on hand to introduce us to the delicious wines of the arriere pays.

It's true, everything just looks better from inside a Mini!


  • Cruise high above the Mediterranean on the world-famous Moyenne Corniche.
  • Sample delicious regional wines.
  • Explore the beautiful “perched villages” of the Riviera back country.
  • Zip along winding mountain roads in Liguria, Italy on your way to dramatic and mysterious hill-towns just across the Italian border.
  • Dine at a superb Michelin-starred restaurant in an ancient chateau.
  • Drive stunning mountain roads featured in countless car commercials (and Top Gear) and made famous as routes used in the annual World Rally Car Monte-Carlo Rally.
  • Re-trace the route of the Monaco Grand Prix on your way to a delicious lunch on an outdoor deck overlooking the Bay of Monaco.