Cap d'Ail an Eden on the Cote d'Azur ... Cap d'Ail occupies on the Cote d'Azur a privileged position, near Monte Carlo, 20 minutes from Nice and Italy.
Cap d'Ail has a past rich in history. For nearly a century personalities have chosen to reside there for its charm and its surroundings. To name a few: the Tsarevitch, Prince of Wales, the Lumière brothers, Sacha Guitry, Winston Churchill, Guillaume Apollinaire, André Malraux, Lord Beaverbrook, Greta Garbo and many other celebrities.
The creation of the district Mala is the origin of the resort of Cap d'Ail. Its development began around 1879 through the initiative of a financial bold Baron Pauville who, convinced of the tourism potential of the place, recently crossed the road and attached to the rail network, decides to launch in 1880, a large real estate transaction. The entire project consists of a subdivision and a hotel designed to accommodate clients of wealthy winter preferring to stay quiet while enjoying the entertainment offered by the large neighboring resorts of Nice and Monaco.