Bowling is so fun!!! And, YES, you can go bowling in Nice!!! Bring along all your friends and family! If you don't like bowling, you can still play pool...
INFO: 30 pistes - Proshop - Billards - Jeux. OPEN HOURS: Everyday from 11 AM to 2h30 AM. Weekends and holidays from 10 AM to 2h30.
PRICE: It depends on the time you arrive. I've been on a Saturday afternoon and I paid around 4 Euros (each person) for the "partie" and 2 Euros (I'm not sure though) for the shoes.
Equipment: If you are a professional bowler, I guess I'd recomend you bring your own bowling ball and special pair of shoes.
on the forest road of the Boron go up to find on the left the starter of the path which leads to the summit plate; a panoramic covered way (Bellevue Corniche) makes it possible to go round the fortress of the navy (191 m). The descent is carried out by "the chemin de Crêtes" whose broad staircases lead comfortably to "la basse Corniche": Attention while crossing this busy main road (right of way over secondary road on you right upstream). To complete the course while going down by "le chemin Tordu" of the Mont Boron (escalier, then alley).
Equipment: A good pair of sneakers and a bottle of water.
It's so common to go inline skating in French cities and towns, and here in Nice in particular, in the long stretch of the Nice promenade, some 7 km of level runs.
The promenade actually has a bike path and occasionally motor bikes run along and park themselves near the beach. Inline skaters have a free flow amid the pedestrians as the place is not densed with people all the time.
Wear a pair of sunglasses and a sunshade. One weather tip to note: as wind is so strong from the west, going eastward is a lot smoother and faster.
Equipment: Just an ordinary pair of inlines and smart wear for outdoor sports. No need for protective gear if you are not into extreme running.
The Promenade des Anglais" along the sea, is the best way to enjoy a training run in Nice.
Equipment: Bicycle and/or pair of roller blades and a pair of good sneakers.
Equipment: I usually go sports travelling with my pair of demountable inlines. They are not heavy at all, but booted up rather high. The wheel frames are sturdy and easily transportable.
Cruise along the blue Med on inlines as palm trees roll by, a great way to fly. Soak in the evening sun as you go westwards.