Col de la Bonette: Lamborghini Roadtrip on the Europe's Highest Mountain Pass for Two

Col de la Bonette: Lamborghini Roadtrip on the Europe's Highest Mountain Pass for Two

France

£6500
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“This pass is a fantastic test for people who really appreciate driving” Ultimate Drives

Why we love it

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, climbing Europe's highest mountain pass, the famed Col de la Bonette, by exclusive luxury car, and indulge in glamorous five-star overnight stays in Nice and Monaco, with Michelin star dining in both locations.

What's Included?

  • Take the wheel of an exclusive luxury car for a day in this experience for two people
  • Choose between Lamborghini Huracan and Ferrari 488 Spider
  • Drive from Nice to Monaco along the famous Col de la Bonette, Europe's highest road
  • Stay in five-star hotels in both Nice and Monaco (one night in each included, for two people)
  • Dine at a Michelin star restaurant in both cities, with delicious tasting menus

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to TRULY guests

Description

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, with five-star stays in Nice and Monaco, Michelin star dining and the inimitable opportunity to drive the Col de la Bonette by Lamborghini Huracan or Ferrari 488 Spider with this south of France driving tour.

Day One

Arrive in Nice, the vibrant jewel of the Côte D’Azur, and check into a luxurious five-star hotel, and enjoy the opulent, sun-soaked city. Head to Vieux Nice, the old town, to retrace the city’s history in this atmospheric area or visit the Musée Matisse, in Nice’s leafy Cimiez neighbourhood, for a fascinating collection of works by Henri Matisse.

The city also offers tremendous views. The Parc du Château, home to a 12th-century castle that towers over Nice, provides panoramic views of the city. Meanwhile, the sensational French riviera sunsets are best witnessed from the Promenade des Anglais, created by English colonists in 1822.

During the evening, enjoy some of the finest French cuisine Nice has to offer, courtesy of the Michelin star tasting menu at one of the city’s top restaurants.

Day Two

Embark on the journey of a lifetime, ascending one of the world’s most famous roads. The highest road in Europe, the Col de la Bonette offers some of the finest scenery in all of the Alps. Soaring more than 2700km above sea level, the stunning sweeping roads provide a satisfying challenge.

The luxury vehicle of your choice will be delivered to the hotel by morning. Head north towards the Parc National de Mercantour, marvel at the gorgeous scenery of Provence, before reaching the start of Col de la Bonette.

En route, stop at the delightful town of Saint-Étienne de Tinée. Sitting low in the valley, beside the gushing Tinée river, this picture postcard town is surrounded by lush pine and mélèze forests and towering mountain slopes, with a beautiful amalgam of historic buildings, pretty terrace cafés and shops.

Ascending the route, the striking contrast between the increasingly barren, volcanic appearance near the top of the pass and the lush greenery below will amaze. The road becomes more challenging as it climbs, producing a thrilling driving experience, rewarded at the summit by one of Europe’s finest panoramas. With a short walk from the end of the pass, it is possible to reach the highest point of the Col de la Bonette, revealing yet more extraordinary scenery.

From the peak, descend the route along the 5km stretch of racing circuit-like road to meet the route used in the Tour de France, before heading to Monaco to check into one of the city’s premiere hotels.

Having fallen for the charms of Monaco, savour a delectable tasting menu at one of Europe’s leading restaurants in the principality

Enjoy the incomparable glitz and glamour of Monaco. The dramatic Musée Océanographique de Monaco, founded by Prince Albert I and perched on the edge of a cliff, deserves a visit, and the 6m deep aquarium includes sharks and other predators, separated from an array of exotic tropical fish by a coral reef.

Day Three

Take a look at Le Rocher, the enchanting area originally built as a 13th-century fortress, that became the stronghold of the Grimaldi dynasty. The palace there is the private residence of the Grimaldis and the changing of the guards can be witnessed each day at 11.55am. Visit the Jardin Exotique - a labyrinth of succulent plants and cacti to enjoy the best views of the principality, the perfect way to cap off this south of France driving tour.

Description

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, with five-star stays in Nice and Monaco, Michelin star dining and the inimitable opportunity to drive the Col de la Bonette by Lamborghini Huracan or Ferrari 488 Spider with this south of France driving tour.

Day One

Arrive in Nice, the vibrant jewel of the Côte D’Azur, and check into a luxurious five-star hotel, and enjoy the opulent, sun-soaked city. Head to Vieux Nice, the old town, to retrace the city’s history in this atmospheric area or visit the Musée Matisse, in Nice’s leafy Cimiez neighbourhood, for a fascinating collection of works by Henri Matisse.

The city also offers tremendous views. The Parc du Château, home to a 12th-century castle that towers over Nice, provides panoramic views of the city. Meanwhile, the sensational French riviera sunsets are best witnessed from the Promenade des Anglais, created by English colonists in 1822.

During the evening, enjoy some of the finest French cuisine Nice has to offer, courtesy of the Michelin star tasting menu at one of the city’s top restaurants.

Day Two

Embark on the journey of a lifetime, ascending one of the world’s most famous roads. The highest road in Europe, the Col de la Bonette offers some of the finest scenery in all of the Alps. Soaring more than 2700km above sea level, the stunning sweeping roads provide a satisfying challenge.

The luxury vehicle of your choice will be delivered to the hotel by morning. Head north towards the Parc National de Mercantour, marvel at the gorgeous scenery of Provence, before reaching the start of Col de la Bonette.

En route, stop at the delightful town of Saint-Étienne de Tinée. Sitting low in the valley, beside the gushing Tinée river, this picture postcard town is surrounded by lush pine and mélèze forests and towering mountain slopes, with a beautiful amalgam of historic buildings, pretty terrace cafés and shops.

Ascending the route, the striking contrast between the increasingly barren, volcanic appearance near the top of the pass and the lush greenery below will amaze. The road becomes more challenging as it climbs, producing a thrilling driving experience, rewarded at the summit by one of Europe’s finest panoramas. With a short walk from the end of the pass, it is possible to reach the highest point of the Col de la Bonette, revealing yet more extraordinary scenery.

From the peak, descend the route along the 5km stretch of racing circuit-like road to meet the route used in the Tour de France, before heading to Monaco to check into one of the city’s premiere hotels.

Having fallen for the charms of Monaco, savour a delectable tasting menu at one of Europe’s leading restaurants in the principality

Enjoy the incomparable glitz and glamour of Monaco. The dramatic Musée Océanographique de Monaco, founded by Prince Albert I and perched on the edge of a cliff, deserves a visit, and the 6m deep aquarium includes sharks and other predators, separated from an array of exotic tropical fish by a coral reef.

Day Three

Take a look at Le Rocher, the enchanting area originally built as a 13th-century fortress, that became the stronghold of the Grimaldi dynasty. The palace there is the private residence of the Grimaldis and the changing of the guards can be witnessed each day at 11.55am. Visit the Jardin Exotique - a labyrinth of succulent plants and cacti to enjoy the best views of the principality, the perfect way to cap off this south of France driving tour.

We also recommend

  • Take a pit-stop at the unmissable Lac D'Allos
  • Visit Monaco's famed casino
  • Explore Musee National Marc Chagall and discover the works of the great French artist

Other important information

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 6 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired dates

Luxury car hire will be for 24 hours and inclusive of 300 km.

Upon hire, the driver must present a full and current driving license.

Drivers must have more than 3 years' driving experience.

Driver must have no more than 3 penalty points on their license.

Drivers must be aged between 25 and 70 years inclusive.

A deposit of 7,500 Euros is required by pre-authorisation on a credit card. This will be returned on safe return of the car.

Recommended arrival days are between Tuesday and Saturday. Please request specific travel dates and reservation times with Truly concierge.

Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking as not all of diets can be catered for, without advance notice.

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed due to the nature of this experience. In exceptional circumstances, rescheduling fees will apply.

We also recommend

  • Take a pit-stop at the unmissable Lac D'Allos
  • Visit Monaco's famed casino
  • Explore Musee National Marc Chagall and discover the works of the great French artist

Other important information

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 6 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired dates

Luxury car hire will be for 24 hours and inclusive of 300 km.

Upon hire, the driver must present a full and current driving license.

Drivers must have more than 3 years' driving experience.

Driver must have no more than 3 penalty points on their license.

Drivers must be aged between 25 and 70 years inclusive.

A deposit of 7,500 Euros is required by pre-authorisation on a credit card. This will be returned on safe return of the car.

Recommended arrival days are between Tuesday and Saturday. Please request specific travel dates and reservation times with Truly concierge.

Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking as not all of diets can be catered for, without advance notice.

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed due to the nature of this experience. In exceptional circumstances, rescheduling fees will apply.

What's Included?

  • Take the wheel of an exclusive luxury car for a day in this experience for two people
  • Choose between Lamborghini Huracan and Ferrari 488 Spider
  • Drive from Nice to Monaco along the famous Col de la Bonette, Europe's highest road
  • Stay in five-star hotels in both Nice and Monaco (one night in each included, for two people)
  • Dine at a Michelin star restaurant in both cities, with delicious tasting menus

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to TRULY guests

Why we love it

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, climbing Europe's highest mountain pass, the famed Col de la Bonette, by exclusive luxury car, and indulge in glamorous five-star overnight stays in Nice and Monaco, with Michelin star dining in both locations. Read full description

Description

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, with five-star stays in Nice and Monaco, Michelin star dining and the inimitable opportunity to drive the Col de la Bonette by Lamborghini Huracan or Ferrari 488 Spider with this south of France driving tour.

Day One

Arrive in Nice, the vibrant jewel of the Côte D’Azur, and check into a luxurious five-star hotel, and enjoy the opulent, sun-soaked city. Head to Vieux Nice, the old town, to retrace the city’s history in this atmospheric area or visit the Musée Matisse, in Nice’s leafy Cimiez neighbourhood, for a fascinating collection of works by Henri Matisse.

The city also offers tremendous views. The Parc du Château, home to a 12th-century castle that towers over Nice, provides panoramic views of the city. Meanwhile, the sensational French riviera sunsets are best witnessed from the Promenade des Anglais, created by English colonists in 1822.

During the evening, enjoy some of the finest French cuisine Nice has to offer, courtesy of the Michelin star tasting menu at one of the city’s top restaurants.

Day Two

Embark on the journey of a lifetime, ascending one of the world’s most famous roads. The highest road in Europe, the Col de la Bonette offers some of the finest scenery in all of the Alps. Soaring more than 2700km above sea level, the stunning sweeping roads provide a satisfying challenge.

The luxury vehicle of your choice will be delivered to the hotel by morning. Head north towards the Parc National de Mercantour, marvel at the gorgeous scenery of Provence, before reaching the start of Col de la Bonette.

En route, stop at the delightful town of Saint-Étienne de Tinée. Sitting low in the valley, beside the gushing Tinée river, this picture postcard town is surrounded by lush pine and mélèze forests and towering mountain slopes, with a beautiful amalgam of historic buildings, pretty terrace cafés and shops.

Ascending the route, the striking contrast between the increasingly barren, volcanic appearance near the top of the pass and the lush greenery below will amaze. The road becomes more challenging as it climbs, producing a thrilling driving experience, rewarded at the summit by one of Europe’s finest panoramas. With a short walk from the end of the pass, it is possible to reach the highest point of the Col de la Bonette, revealing yet more extraordinary scenery.

From the peak, descend the route along the 5km stretch of racing circuit-like road to meet the route used in the Tour de France, before heading to Monaco to check into one of the city’s premiere hotels.

Having fallen for the charms of Monaco, savour a delectable tasting menu at one of Europe’s leading restaurants in the principality

Enjoy the incomparable glitz and glamour of Monaco. The dramatic Musée Océanographique de Monaco, founded by Prince Albert I and perched on the edge of a cliff, deserves a visit, and the 6m deep aquarium includes sharks and other predators, separated from an array of exotic tropical fish by a coral reef.

Day Three

Take a look at Le Rocher, the enchanting area originally built as a 13th-century fortress, that became the stronghold of the Grimaldi dynasty. The palace there is the private residence of the Grimaldis and the changing of the guards can be witnessed each day at 11.55am. Visit the Jardin Exotique - a labyrinth of succulent plants and cacti to enjoy the best views of the principality, the perfect way to cap off this south of France driving tour.

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Description

Enjoy an incredible tour of the south of France, with five-star stays in Nice and Monaco, Michelin star dining and the inimitable opportunity to drive the Col de la Bonette by Lamborghini Huracan or Ferrari 488 Spider with this south of France driving tour.

Day One

Arrive in Nice, the vibrant jewel of the Côte D’Azur, and check into a luxurious five-star hotel, and enjoy the opulent, sun-soaked city. Head to Vieux Nice, the old town, to retrace the city’s history in this atmospheric area or visit the Musée Matisse, in Nice’s leafy Cimiez neighbourhood, for a fascinating collection of works by Henri Matisse.

The city also offers tremendous views. The Parc du Château, home to a 12th-century castle that towers over Nice, provides panoramic views of the city. Meanwhile, the sensational French riviera sunsets are best witnessed from the Promenade des Anglais, created by English colonists in 1822.

During the evening, enjoy some of the finest French cuisine Nice has to offer, courtesy of the Michelin star tasting menu at one of the city’s top restaurants.

Day Two

Embark on the journey of a lifetime, ascending one of the world’s most famous roads. The highest road in Europe, the Col de la Bonette offers some of the finest scenery in all of the Alps. Soaring more than 2700km above sea level, the stunning sweeping roads provide a satisfying challenge.

The luxury vehicle of your choice will be delivered to the hotel by morning. Head north towards the Parc National de Mercantour, marvel at the gorgeous scenery of Provence, before reaching the start of Col de la Bonette.

En route, stop at the delightful town of Saint-Étienne de Tinée. Sitting low in the valley, beside the gushing Tinée river, this picture postcard town is surrounded by lush pine and mélèze forests and towering mountain slopes, with a beautiful amalgam of historic buildings, pretty terrace cafés and shops.

Ascending the route, the striking contrast between the increasingly barren, volcanic appearance near the top of the pass and the lush greenery below will amaze. The road becomes more challenging as it climbs, producing a thrilling driving experience, rewarded at the summit by one of Europe’s finest panoramas. With a short walk from the end of the pass, it is possible to reach the highest point of the Col de la Bonette, revealing yet more extraordinary scenery.

From the peak, descend the route along the 5km stretch of racing circuit-like road to meet the route used in the Tour de France, before heading to Monaco to check into one of the city’s premiere hotels.

Having fallen for the charms of Monaco, savour a delectable tasting menu at one of Europe’s leading restaurants in the principality

Enjoy the incomparable glitz and glamour of Monaco. The dramatic Musée Océanographique de Monaco, founded by Prince Albert I and perched on the edge of a cliff, deserves a visit, and the 6m deep aquarium includes sharks and other predators, separated from an array of exotic tropical fish by a coral reef.

Day Three

Take a look at Le Rocher, the enchanting area originally built as a 13th-century fortress, that became the stronghold of the Grimaldi dynasty. The palace there is the private residence of the Grimaldis and the changing of the guards can be witnessed each day at 11.55am. Visit the Jardin Exotique - a labyrinth of succulent plants and cacti to enjoy the best views of the principality, the perfect way to cap off this south of France driving tour.

Opening Times

Car hire available in Nice & Monaco: May to September. Restaurants in Nice: Open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday Restaurants in Monaco: Open for dinner Thursday to Tuesday (Wednesday available in July)

We also recommend

  • Take a pit-stop at the unmissable Lac D'Allos
  • Visit Monaco's famed casino
  • Explore Musee National Marc Chagall and discover the works of the great French artist

Other important information

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 6 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired dates

Luxury car hire will be for 24 hours and inclusive of 300 km.

Upon hire, the driver must present a full and current driving license.

Drivers must have more than 3 years' driving experience.

Driver must have no more than 3 penalty points on their license.

Drivers must be aged between 25 and 70 years inclusive.

A deposit of 7,500 Euros is required by pre-authorisation on a credit card. This will be returned on safe return of the car.

Recommended arrival days are between Tuesday and Saturday. Please request specific travel dates and reservation times with Truly concierge.

Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking as not all of diets can be catered for, without advance notice.

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed due to the nature of this experience. In exceptional circumstances, rescheduling fees will apply.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Col de la Bonette: Lamborghini Roadtrip on the Europe's Highest Mountain Pass for Two