Nice, France


Nice is the capital city of Alpes-Maritimes in southeastern France. The word nice has many meanings in western cultures. It derives from the Latin word nescius, meaning ‘nice’. It can also mean a culpable delicacy. The city is well known as a popular tourist destination and a great place to spend a vacation.

Nice has a number of fantastic beaches. One of the best is the Blue Beach, which is a private stretch of sand on the Promenade des Anglais. It’s open year-round, features water sports, and includes a lounge bar and restaurant. Alternatively, you can head to the small, public beach at La Reserve, which is a small pebbled beach.

NICE also produces guidance on a range of topics, including social care. This guidance is published in a variety of digital and web formats. It’s also available in a service known as NICE Pathways, which brings together all the relevant NICE guidance. Pathways also contain links to related guidance and tools to help you implement the advice.