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Elton John & family in Nice

Enjoying time with friends & family along the Cote d'Azur

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Pam Williamson | Nice Editor | Published: 9 Aug 2017


Elton John & family in Nice

In his first holiday since recent World Tour, singer, songwriter and magical man of music, Elton John has been enjoying a well earned holiday with family and friends in Nice.

A regular visitor to the region, Elton John, husband David Furnish and their two children have been spotted enjoying a relaxing time in and around the city of Nice. Joining the family once more were actor Neil Patrick Harris (aka Dougie Howser MD) and comedian David Walliams. David Furnish posted pictures on his Instagram account saying, "The end of another holiday with these lovely gentlemen. We've been bringing our families together every Summer since we were blessed with our children. Our kids get on so well. It's always a joy getting everyone together."

Before heading to St Tropez and their favourite beach club, the Club 55, Elton and the two David's were in Eze-sur-Mer with local resident and music legend, Bono, and enjoyed some time together on the carousel in the heart of the city of Nice.

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There is no better place than the Cote d'Azur to enjoy the luxurious environment of a beach club. Nice has no shortage of stunning beach clubs where you can enjoy the cool azure waters of the Mediterranean after a delicious fresh seafood lunch...

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In the summer months, the calm waters come alive with every type of watersport, from a tranquil kayak around the rocky headlands to strapping on a jetpack and being catapulted 15 metres into the air. There are numerous watersports companies operating along the Promenade des Anglais and beach in Nice. You can’t really miss the signs, big yellow parachutes over the sea, jetskis and wakeboards tearing about. 

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