Publishing entity :
This site is published by the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau (OTCN), an Industrial and Commercial Public Institution registered in the Nice Registry of Trade and Companies (SIRET n° 395 235 047 00036), 5 Promenade des Anglais 06000 Nice, FRANCE.
Tel : +33 (0) 4 92 14 46 14
Fax : +33 (0)4 92 14 46 49
Email : email@example.com
Registered as a tour and stay operator under n° IMM006110026
Technical maintenance and hosting are assumed by [Euclyde SAS, 49 rue Emile Hugues, 06600 Antibes.
Director of publication: ZANON Denis, Directeur Général
Editorial Manager: ANOUILH Catherine, Directeur Marketing-Communication
Use of information on the site and in links
The Tourism and Conference Office of Nice does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of the information and content of its site, or of the elements accessible from the site via hypertext links or any other process.
The Tourism and Conference Office of Nice does not guarantee the quality of products, information or any other elements that are displayed, purchased or obtained via an announcement, or of any other information or offer that is directly or indirectly related to its site.
Messages and announcements disseminated on the site are purely for informational purposes. The Tourism and Conference Office of Nice does not in any circumstance exercise control over the content of links or contacts to which they may refer.
The Tourism and Conference Office of Nice shall not, in any regard, be deemed to be a partner or intermediary in any economic or other relationships that might be created directly or indirectly between the user and any announcer.
Therefore, any use of links is under the sole responsibility of the user, who alone assumes all of the risks therein. Under no circumstance shall the Tourism and Conference Office of Nice be held liable for any direct or consequential damage that might result from use of the site by the user. The Tourism and Conference Office of Nice reserves the right to require the removal at any time of a hypertext link that has content which it deems objectionable.
Interruption of the site
At its sole discretion and without any obligation, the Tourism and Conference Office of Nice reserves the right to delete, improve or correct all or any part of its services or elements appearing on its site. It does not guarantee that the services of its site will be available without interruption and will not be free of errors, or that any possible defects will be corrected. Also, it gives no guarantee against, and disclaims all liability for, any virus or other elements that might be present and be injurious to the user.
The user is advised that the content of this site and the components thereof are protected by intellectual property rights, and that any copying, reproduction, distribution, sale or exploitation, regardless of the process thereof, is strictly forbidden. Any total or partial reproduction or any presentation of the substantial content of this site or one or more of its components, by any process whatsoever, without the OTCN's express authorisation, constitutes an infringement sanctioned by articles L 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code. Only a use for strictly personal and noncommercial purposes is authorised, in accordance with article L 122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code.
All of the photographs displayed on this site are protected by the Intellectual and Artistic Property Code; they shall not be reproduced, used or exploited without their author's prior agreement. Some of them may nevertheless be reproduced on the condition that a prior request is made in that regard, that the OTCN gives its authorisation beforehand, and that the author and origin are indicated.
Computerized data processing and individual rights
In accordance with the Act of 6 January 1978, as amended on 6 August 2004, regarding computerized data processing and individual rights, and with article 43 of the Act of 30 September 1986, this site has been the subject of a declaration to the National Commission for Computerized Data Processing and Individual Rights (known in French as CNIL). Declaration N° 1505015 v 0
For any collection of personal data via the forms contained on this site, the interested person has the right to access, modify, rectify or delete his own data by addressing a written request directly to the Management of the OTCN, 5 Promenade des Anglais, BP 4079, 06302 NICE CEDEX 4, FRANCE.
What are cookies?
Cookies are files that contain information about your browsing. They are stored on your hard drive by your Internet browser (like your browser history, for example) when you visit a site. This small file allows the server hosting the website to identify and recognize you throughout the lifespan of the cookie.
There are three types of cookies we may use.
Most technical cookies (like session cookies) are indispensable for proper website operation. Deleting them may cause browsing problems.
Technical cookies are indispensable for proper website operation. They allow you to access protected areas (e.g., areas reserved for professionals) using personal identifiers (session login and password).
They generally have a very short lifespan.
These cookies collect your connection information so site owners can keep track of the number of visits to their site, the average visit length, the most visited pages, the type of browser used, etc.
Google Analytics generates a cookie with a unique identifier that collects your IP address to identify the city you are connecting from, but without ever identifying what computer you are using or who you actually are.
Our site contains share links to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and others, which allow you to share content from our site with others. When you use these share buttons, a third-party cookie is installed once your consent is given. If you are connected to a social network while you browse our site, the share buttons make it possible to link the content consulted to your user account.
How to manage cookies
You can change your cookie settings at any time by taking the steps below.
Each browser can be configured to allow or block cookies on your terminal:
Bas du formulaire
How to manage cookies
For more information about cookies, you can consult the CNIL website (in French) at the following address: