A unique terrace at the water's edge, Brigantine could almost have come from the other side of the world. And yet here it is, a breath away from the sands of the Plage de Gigaro. A showcase for traditional Italian cuisine, it's the perfect place to explore all the flavors of Italy, from the Northern lakes to Sicily.
Dress code: casual elegant
Below the hotel lies the fine sandy beach of the Plage de Gigaro, which stretches for six kilometers. At one end, on the edge of the pine forest, Lily of the Valley has set up its own private beach. From dawn till dusk, you'll find restaurants, a bar, and many spots for sunbathing. Perfect if you'd like to relax in a welcoming, friendly environment full of charm.
The warm and convivial Vista restaurant has something for every moment of the day, from breakfast to an evening drink on the terrace. Enjoy its Mediterranean menu with hints of Provence as you gaze at the sea, or bask in the warmth of the fire.
For those who want to grab a quick snack or drink by the beach, Pépé is the place to go. Both the place and the food have a distinctly Italian feel, and there are plenty of fresh, appetizing options to tantalize your taste buds while you chat with friends, take in the view, and relax...
Vincent Maillard's vocation owes nothing to chance. Immersed in kitchen life from his teenage years, he learned the profession with some of the greatest chefs, including Guy Savoy and Alain Ducasse. As head chef at Lily of the Valley, he's responsible for all the hotel's food operations. And the hotel's philosophy reflects his values: respect for the produce and nature, and a focus on authenticity and well-being. It's a concept that fuels his appetite – and his taste for challenge.