Cap d’Ail, an Eden on the French Riviera, at the gates of Monte Carlo, 40 minutes from Nice and Italy.
Cap d’Ail has a past rich in history. For nearly a century, personalities have chosen to reside there for its charm and its living environment. To name but a few: the Tsar, the Prince of Wales, the Lumiere Brothers, Sacha Guitry, Winston Churchill, Guillaume Apollinaire, Andre Malraux, Lord Beaverbrook, Greta Garbo as well as many other celebrities.
The Mala district is at the origin of the Cap d’Ail resort. Its development began around 1879 thanks to the initiative of a daring financier, Baron de Pauville who, convinced of the tourist potential of the place, recently crossed by the national road and attached to the rail network, decided to launch in 1880, a vast real estate transaction.
Cap d’Ail, a place for walks with Mediterranean scents and the coastal path. Located on one of the most beautiful shores of the Côte d’Azur, the Cap d’Ail coastal path will introduce you to the rich flora, geology and architecture of the Belle Époque villas.
With Cap d’Ail neighbouring the world-renowned Monte Carlo, there is plenty to do! From walks around the principality admiring the lavish and luxurious lifestyles, from supercars to yachts, to maybe even trying your luck in the casinos.
August is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in August averages 21.8 °C. January has the lowest average temperature of the year. It is 5.8 °C. On average, there are 108.63 hours of sunshine per month.
Cap d'Ail is a short 40 minutes drive north of Nice Airport.