Supercar Hire in Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo and Beyond

Mark Aria - Lifestyle Adventurist and Adrenaline Junkie Luxury Car Rental Monte Carlo

Rent a fabulous supercar in Monte Carlo and once you eventually tire with parading about town looking wonderful and getting many admirable glances (hmm, does that ever really get boring?) you may (or may not) want to to head out to see the nearby medieval villages that lie just outside the Principality. Perched on the mountains just beyond, make sure to visit towns such as La Turbie and Eze where the mix of history and natural beauty is more than likely to fascinate you.

Rent the stunning Ferrari 812 Superfast and drive a powerful high performance Ferrari with a voracious V12 GT engine that boasts a magnificent sound to the fascinating if not entirely intriguing town of Eze. As one of the most picturesque villages on the Cote d’Azur it has an equally fascinating history that stems back to the Middle Ages.

For the purpose of fortification Eze was built on top of a rocky outcrop, with cobble stone paths still well in tact you are able to stroll through the town to see the decorated gardens, castle ruins and the quaint chapel that still sits in its center. At an altitude of 427 meters above the sea, Eze offers spectacular views of Monte Carlo and the expansive mediterranean sea, that is all to be enjoyed throughout your stay.

Another great choice of supercar hire in Monte Carlo is the Ferrari 488 GTB as with its 3.9 L V8 engine that produces 660 bhp, this is a supercar with impressive performance both on and off the racing-track. Yet if you’re looking for something with greater edge of old world class and sophistication why not consider hiring the Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe. This prestigious supercar boasts a direct-injection 6.8 L V12 engine that tucked within its grand and stately luxury coupé body work offers sporting styling with elegant beauty.

In either of these two luxury supercars consider driving out of Monte Carlo to the wonderful village of La Turbie. Famously known as the “Terrace of Monaco” this tranquil village offers wildly dramatic panoramic views of the picturesque Monaco Principality. Take your time to wander through the town by admiring the ancient ruins of the “Trophy of the Alps” an imposing monument it was built in the 7th century BC and was dedicated to the Roman Emperor Augustus, which at that early time formed part of the road that connected Italy to Cimiez (better known today as Nice).  

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