It's Time to Travel Again!

Opportunity Travel & Events and the Adrian Leeds Group Partner to Present…

Join Our Experts and Expats for a Fun-Filled Adventure in the South of France!

Learn About Life on the Riviera
with like-minded, well-connected company

Space is Limited

Led by French Property Expert & HGTV’s
House Hunters International Personality
Adrian Leeds

French property expert, HGTV’s House HuntersInternational personality, published journalist and author, event coordinator, marketing, public relations and communications expert—Adrian Leeds® arrived in Paris in 1994 with more than 21 years of experience in marketing and public relations, not to mention a daughter. In her need to survive in the City of Light as a single mother, she created a variety of businesses devoted to assisting other expats in their quest to fulfill a dream to live in France. Her company, the Adrian Leeds Group, is a licensed real estate agency offering complete property consultation services primarily for North Americans and other Anglophones wanting to live and/or invest in France.

On September 27, 2021 at the Splendid Hotel in Nice, France, we will kick off our conference with moving-to-France and property expert, Adrian Leeds. She—along with our local, on the ground experts—will teach you how easy it can be to make your dream come true… to have the right to live in France and to find a property to rent or buy anywhere in France your heart desires. 

Our cast of experts will not only walk you through the process of how to acquire a visa, they will shine a spotlight on what living your best life on the French Riviera can be. Whether in the enclaves along the coast, or perched hilltop villages, or in the heart of Nice, our experts will provide you with current information about properties on the market and review what you can expect to spend on a purchase or a rental. This is your chance to get to know the famous and fabulous Cote d’Azur!

Living and Investing in France Conference

September 26 – 29, 2021

100 Participants Maximum

If you don’t already know Nice and the French Riviera, it’s true, Nice is nice!

Nice is the hub of the entire Riviera. It’s a cosmopolitan city with a lot of life, a real heart, and superb inner-city transportation so you don’t need a car to enjoy it fully. The Mediterranean Sea is on its doorstep and the weather is mild and very sunny (they claim 300 days a year of sunshine). Property is half the price of Paris’ real estate and the beach lifestyle is much more relaxed. It’s easy to understand why Nice is both a great place to live and travel to.

Nice has a welcoming international community that makes you feel very much at home among the locals. Not knowing the language is less of an issue, thanks to the many non-French speaking residents and visitors, and there is no shortage of activities for internationals in Nice and the nearby Côte d’Azur communities.

During our time together in Nice, starting with a full day of informative conference sessions and ending with cocktails (!), you’ll get to meet lots of folks who have the same desire to enrich their lives in France as you do. We’ll introduce you to our “boots on the ground” contacts and make sure you get answers to all your questions. You’ll come away with new friends and a host of valuable resources—everything you need to know about living, investing or retiring in France.

Your Schedule

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Arrival and check-in at the Splendid Hotel in Nice where we have arranged a special discounted group room rate.  Relax and enjoy! 

Monday, September 27, 2021

Conference Day – Prepare for a full day of insightful presentations. We’ll treat you to lunch and an evening reception with our experts where you’ll rub elbows and learn even more about living and wisely investing in France!

Meet the experts presenting —
Denis Zanon

Director, Nice Tourist Office

Frédéric Latty

Institut de Français

Kim Bingham

Private Rate

Tuula Rampont

International Living

Tanya Uniacke


Brian Dunhill

Dunhill Financial

Laura Poirier

Riviera Properties

Carole Vangioni

Nice Notaire

Ella Dyer

Adrian Leeds Group

Jennifer Parrette


Benjamin Pik

CPA, Pik Consulting

Adrian Leeds

Your Host

And more experts to come!

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Get ready for a full day exploring the Cote d’Azur by motor coach! The breathtaking beauty of the blue jeweled coastline is sure make you want to return.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

We will venture out to see multiple properties in the Nice area during a special Open House, and then have fun with new-found friends at our farewell cocktail reception!

You can register for the first three days of the program––the Conference, the tour of the Riviera and the Open House, without registering for the Tour to Provence and the Occitanie. These three days with us in Nice are limited to 100 participants. The conference will take place at the Splendid Hotel where we have negotiated a discounted group room rate. (You are not required to book your stay at the Splendid Hotel.)

Tour to Provence and Occitanie

September 30-October 4, 2021

25 Participants Maximum

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the French countryside in person with Adrian Leeds, also accompanied by professional tour guides who will educate and entertain us.

Join us as we explore Provence and the Occitanie over five glorious days. We will travel by luxury coach together, staying in the region’s most charming hotels and enjoying the fresh and healthy cuisine of the South of France—when the weather is just turning a bit cool. It’s the perfect time of year to discover this magnificent region of France.

Thursday, September 30, 2021


In the morning, we’ll depart from Nice by luxury motor coach and drive to Aix-en-Provence, famous for its outdoor markets and handsome pedestrian lanes, as well as its cultivated residents and their ability to embrace the good life. Nowhere else in France is l’art de vivre (the art of living) so well on display. Aix is also ancient: a Celtic-Ligurian capital from the 3rd century BC was pushed aside for the founding of Aix in 122 BC, as Aquae Sextiae. Aix-en-Provence is also a university city, and was the birthplace of Post-Impressionist painter Paul Cézanne.

After checking into our hotel located in the heart of Aix-en-Provence on a street in the oldest part of the city just parallel to the famous Cours Mirabeau, we will stop for lunch and a visit at the Caumont Museum. The Hotel de Caumont – Centre d’Art is located in the Mazarin neighborhood, the southern and aristocratic part of Aix-en-Provence. Demonstrating Parisian influences, the Hotel de Caumont is a mansion built “between courtyard and garden” with an architectural design that appeared in Paris in the 16th century—a chateau and its park on an urban scale.

Your evening is on your own to explore and get to know the city. We will spend only one night in Aix-en-Provence, and I’m sure you’ll want to return to get to know it even better!

Friday, October 1, 2021

Lourmarin and Roussillon

From Aix-en-Provence, we’ll head out first thing in the morning to “one of the most beautiful villages in France”—Lourmarin. Nestled in the middle of vineyards, olive groves and almond trees in the region known as the Luberon, Lourmarin is quite an animated village in the summer due to its numerous café terraces, restaurants and boutiques, and its well-known Friday morning open-air market. This is why we chose a Friday to visit the village—so you can shop until your heart’s content for all the specialties this area of Provence has to offer. Located next to the market area is the majestic Chateau de Lourmarin—the very first Renaissance castle built in Provence. The chateau hosts young artists in residence during the summer, and concerts, conferences, and exhibitions throughout the year.

We plan to show you two magnificent homes for sale in Lourmarin (if they are not sold in the meantime, and if time permits). One is a village house in the heart of Lourmarin, and the other is an elaborate “mas” with six studio self-catering apartments, a large pool and all the amenities that make for a perfect auberge or bed and breakfast.

After our visit in Lourmarin, journey with us to discover the wines of Provence at the Domaine de Fontenille in Lauris. Once a family home, the now luxury hotel features two eateries—one a Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Champ des Lunes.

We will enjoy a four-course luncheon at La Cuisine d’Amélie while sitting on the southern terraces of the country house, in the shade of hundred year-old plane trees. This restaurant proposes a simple but inventive cuisine centered on the flagship products of the region. The menu is constantly changing depending on the seasonality of products and the inspiration of the chef. We will taste numerous dishes and sip wines from the Fontenille vineyard!

After lunch, we’ll pass by the hilltop Luberon villages of Bonnieux, Gordes and Menerbes nestled among vineyards, olive groves and lavender fields. For a special treat, we’ll stop for a tour of Roussillon located in the very heart of the biggest ochre deposits in the world. Ochre deposits lend a natural reddish-brown hue to the village of Roussillon, giving the entire area the nickname—“Colorado Provençal.” It’s tough to decide which of these hilltop towns is most beautiful or has the most to offer, but our tour will give you a taste and a chance to decide for yourself.

We will arrive in time for dinner (on your own) in the walled city of Avignon—where we will stay for three nights at the four-star hotel Cloitre Saint Louis—a short walk from the Palais des Papes (Pope’s Palace) and the famous Pont d’Avignon (bridge). This charming hotel is located in a 16th-century building combining historic and modern structures in the heart of Avignon. Initially a Jesuit novitiate, Cloitre Saint-Louis became a military hospital in addition to an annex of the Hotel des Invalides in Paris over the course of several centuries. After a thorough renovation, Cloitre Saint-Louis has been a cultural center and four-star hotel since 1991.

Saturday, October 2, 2021

Pont du Gard, Uzès & Nimes

Rise and shine! We’re headed first to the renowned Pont du Gard, a true masterpiece of ancient architecture. This 2,000-year old aqueduct is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built halfway through the 1st-century AD, it is the principal part of a 50 kilometer-long three-level aqueduct standing 50 meters high that supplied water to the city of Nimes (formerly known as Nemausus and where denim was first made). 

After our visit to Pont du Gard, we’ll take in a relaxing lunch in Uzès, often called the “First Duchy of France.” A blend of Medieval, Renaissance and classical styles, the Duchy of Uzès—or ducal castle—is one of the flagship sites of the city. We’ll take our time in this village steeped in history to discover the gothic chapel and its superb stained glass windows, the splendid Renaissance façade of the central building, the furnished apartments, the cellar and the Bermonde Tower, an imposing 11th century keep offering a wonderful view of the rooftops of the historic center.

We’ll savor lunch at the celebrated Midi à l’Ombre, a “bistronomic” traditional kitchen with service in the garden under the shade of a majestic hackberry tree on the edge of Uzès with free time to explore. This should have us fueled up for what’s to come—an afternoon and evening exploring the Roman city of Nimes.

Nimes offers Romanesque antiquities, as well as contemporary architecture, the discreet splendor of private mansions, and the grandeur of the Jardins de la Fontaine laid out in the 18th-century on a Roman site. We’ll spend our afternoon touring the old town and its treasures, including fine monuments inherited from the Romans – the arena and the Maison Carrée, a majestic Roman temple that has been restored. In addition to the monuments, the old town also has its own showpieces. The historic center of Nimes has relics from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, while also boasts elements of the classical period and the haughty designs of the nineteenth century when the industry prospered in the city.

In Nimes, we’ll have dinner on our own before heading to Avignon for a good night’s sleep.

Sunday, October 3, 2021

Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and Baux de Provence

Today we’ll go exploring first to Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, an ancient mid-river town surrounded by a moat of flowing water with an interesting history dating back to the 12th-century, and a plethora of antique shops that have earned the town a worldwide reputation. The numerous canals and branches of the Sorgue have given the town the nickname—”Venice of the Comtat.”.The weekly open-air market with about 300 vendors will be in full bloom on this fine Sunday afternoon. There is an array of cafés and restaurants to choose from for lunch along the water’s edge before we move on to tour les Carrières des Lumières at Les Baux-de-Provence—a picturesque Medieval village between Arles and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.

In the heart of the Alpilles, the monumental “Carrieres de Lumieres” hosts extraordinary multimedia shows which are unique in the world. Expect to be totally immersed in the images projected onto all the floors, walls and surfaces of the limestone quarry rock becoming a vast carpet of colorful images. This year’s display features “Cezanne, maitre de la Provence.”

Next, we’ll visit the quaint town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, built from honey-colored stone and centered on a lovely, plane-shaded square lined by cafes. Known for the many artists and intellectuals who have resided here, this picturesque village is where you’ll find all the charm of a typical Provençal way of life.

Monday, October 4, 2021


We will walk to Palais des Papes (Pope’s Palace) a World Heritage site by UNESCO and one of the 10 most visited monuments in France with 650,000 visitors per year. A true symbol of the influence of Western Christianity in the 14th century, this 15,000 square meter masterpiece of a monument is the largest medieval fortress and gothic palace in Europe.

Offering countless and incomparable riches, as much architectural as pictorial, the palace plunges visitors into the heart of the splendor of the papal court. A good hour is needed to discover the more than 25 rooms open to the public: the ceremonial halls, the courtroom, the consistory, the chapels with their magnificent frescoes by the famous painter Matteo Giovanetti and the Pope’s private apartments.

And that’s just a glimpse of our schedule, literally “the tip of the iceberg.” As the time nears and we get further along with the arrangements, we’ll fill you in with even more of the details.

Unbeatable Value, a Life-Changing Experience

In addition to being a top-notch program—including memorable travel experiences and incredibly valuable contacts and connections—this conference and tour represent a tremendous value.

In all likelihood, you would find it nearly impossible on your own to arrange a meeting with all the contacts we have lined up for you. What’s more, access to just one of the professionals we’ll have on hand could cost you several hundreds of dollars for only a few hours of time. But as part of this program, you’ll meet with and hear from a collection of insider experts available at each stop along our expedition to answer your questions and share their insights.

It could easily cost you $15,000… $20,000… or perhaps even or more to arrange this kind of experience on your own, and frankly it can be hard to know who to trust when you’re outside your home country.

We cut through all the red tape and connect you with our experts in France so that you can skip all the preliminary homework and research.

We deliver the time-saving, money-saving, trouble-saving secrets you need so you can get settled easily, quickly, affordably, and enjoyably.

I encourage you to act fast to reserve your seat today.

With such limited availability, we expect this program to fill quickly.

To claim your spot now, contact our tour partners at Opportunity Travel by phone at +1 800-926-6575 or +1 561-243-6276 or by email at

Here’s to fun, adventure, and good-value living!

Barbara Sedita,
Conference Director
Opportunity Travel

PS — The travel, lifestyle, retirement and entrepreneurial opportunities in France today are virtually endless. It’s a part of the world where you really can live large, prosper and enjoy a truly extraordinary lifestyle.

PPS—Below you’ll find a breakdown of pricing and more event details. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call and speak to me, Michelle or Jamie.

Simply call +1 800-926-6575 or +1 561-243-6276, or send us an email at and we’ll be happy to answer your questions.

We’re standing by ready to help add your name to the attendee list! 

Conference and Tour Options

You may register for just the Living & Investing conference — or — the conference and tour as long as space is available.

Inclusions and limitations are outlined below …

Living & Investing in France Conference ONLY

Conference Dates: September 27-29, 2021

Pricing for Conference ONLY

Conference price per person: €997 euros*
Price for your guest attending the conference: €797 euros*

Limited to 100 people

Prices are shown in euros, on July 27, 2021 we will convert to US Dollars for final payment.

To secure your seat and registration, we require a $300.00 USD deposit per traveler  at the time of booking and balance is due July 27, 2021. On July 26, we will email you a final invoice in USD for the balance due (less any applicable discount) based on the rate of exchange as published by XE – Foreign Exchange Charges Calculator.

*Hotel accommodations are not included in conference pricing.

Please see cancellation policy under Terms & Conditions for information.

Conference Pricing Includes:
Conference Pricing Does NOT Include:

Conference + Tour to Provence & Occitanie

Conference Dates: September 27-29, 2021

Tour Dates: September 30-October 4, 2021

Pricing for Conference & Tour

Price for 1 based on Single Occupancy: €2877 euros*
Price for 2 based on Double Occupancy: €4954 euros*

Limited to 25 people

Prices are shown in euros, on July 27, 2021 we will convert to US Dollars for final payment.

To secure your conference and tour registration, we require a USD $500.00 per traveler deposit with balance due by July 27, 2021. On July 26, we will email you a final invoice in USD for the balance due (less any applicable discount) based on the rate of exchange as published by XE – Foreign Exchange Charges Calculator.

Please see cancellation policy under Terms & Conditions for information.

**Hotel accommodations are included for the Tour to Provence & Occitanie. We will take care of booking your hotel stay for the tour only—nights of September 30-October 4, 2021. (5 nights). Hotel check out time is noon on October 4. You are more than welcome to extend your stay and can ask at us when booking or anytime.

(You will need to reserve your hotel nights on your own at Splendid Hotel for the conference – we will send a link in your confirmation letter.)

If you are traveling alone and wish to share a room with another participant, we will try to find a roommate for you, although we cannot guarantee a match.

Package Pricing Includes:
Package Pricing Does NOT Include:

Terms and Conditions

Conference and Tour Registrations:

Conference and Tour Registrations:

Early reservations are recommended since our group size is limited – tours do sell out quickly and airline/hotel blocks are limited and often sell out of their best fares/rates months in advance.

Prices are quoted in euros and will be converted to U.S. dollars on July 27. Initial deposits required are due in USD. (You will pay Hotel Splendid & Spa directly in euros.) We accept VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover, ACH or wire transfers. If you are paying by credit card, the charge will appear on your billing statement as payable to Opportunity Travel.

All communications related to your registration will be with Opportunity Travel & Events via email and telephone. Please feel free to reach out by calling +1-800-926-6575 or +1-561-243-6276 or email or

Single Supplements:

Unless otherwise noted, accommodations are based on double occupancy. Participants who specifically request single accommodations must pay a single supplement. If you are traveling alone and wish to share a room with another participant, we will try to find a roommate for you although we cannot guarantee a match. The single supplement cost is due on July 27. If a roommate becomes available after July 27, we will issue you a credit.

Pricing Does NOT Include (for Conference and/or Tour):

  • Flights or Trains to and from Nice and Avignon, France – It would be our pleasure to assist you with these bookings through our agency. You are responsible for transportation to and from our conference and tours.
  • Travel insurance – However, Opportunity Travel & Events is offering a group policy through Travel Insured and we will send you a link to purchase in your confirmation email once registered.
  • Any Costs associated with Covid vaccines or testing.
  • Meals – other than those mentioned in the program
  • Personal expenses – such as drinks, laundry, telephone calls, camera fees at monuments.
  • Tourist cards/visas, if applicable to the traveler
  • Airport departure taxes, if applicable to the traveler
  • Additional or optional activities
  • Alcoholic beverages – unless noted by tour operator
  • Voluntary gratuities

Cancellation Policies:

Nice Conference Only: If you decide to cancel your conference registration you must advise us in writing via email sent to You may also leave a voicemail message, but it must be followed up with a written cancellation.

Local: +1-561-243-6276
Toll-free: +1-800-926-6575

If you cancel your Nice conference registration you will be subject to the terms and conditions of the cancellation policy below—which can also be found in your confirmation email once registered.

  • Cancel from date of booking through August 1, 2021 – refund less a $100 fee per person.
  • Cancel between August 1, 2021 and September 1, 2021 – refund less a $350 fee per person.
  • Cancel on or after September 1, 2021 until the start of the conference – you will receive a credit on file for a future conference offered by Opportunity Travel & Events or the Adrian Leeds Group minus a $350 fee per person.

If you have purchased a group travel insurance policy through Opportunity Travel & Events we will assist you with your claim. If you purchased your own travel insurance please let us know at the time of cancellation and we will provide your travel insurance provider with the proper documentation if required.

Tour to Provence and Occitanie: This tour is non-refundable. If you cancel due to medical reasons that are covered by your purchased travel insurance policy, we will advise the insurance company that the tour registration fees are non-refundable.

Tour pricing is based on group participation and no refunds or allowances will be made for absences during the tour or for activities missed—even if the causes are beyond the control of the participant.

We strongly recommend that you purchase travel Insurance through our group policy to protect your investment.

Cancellation by Opportunity Travel & Events and Adrian Leeds Group:

If we are forced to postpone this conference and/or tour to a later date, we will move your reservation to those new dates. If the new dates do not fit in your travel plans, we will fully refund your registration fee back to the original credit card used when registering.

If we have to cancel this conference and/or tour due to unforeseen circumstances, we will fully refund your registration fee back to the original credit card used when registering.

If you have incurred other expenses due to the postponement or cancellation, such as hotel reservations, airline tickets, etc., you will need to seek a change of date or refund via that entity.

Opportunity Travel & Events (OT&E), reserves the right to cancel any trip prior to departure for any reason whatsoever, including insufficient signup or logistical problems that may impede trip operations. The refund of the package purchased shall release OT&E from any further liability. A trip cancelled due to insufficient signup would normally occur a minimum of one month prior to departure.

(OT&E) must make substantial payments to its suppliers (hotels, transportation companies, etc.) far in advance of the scheduled embarkation date. If a trip is cancelled due to acts of God, war, labor strikes, earthquake, flooding, etc., (OT&E) will promptly refund the portion of the trip cost not already advanced to suppliers and use its best efforts to recover and refund the balance as promptly as possible.

However, (OT&E) does not guarantee recovery of any or all of the advance payments made, and our use of best efforts to recover these payments will not include the institution of any legal proceedings in foreign jurisdictions.

Responsibility & Limited Liability:

Your payment represents your acceptance of the following terms and conditions:

The responsibility of Opportunity Travel & Events (OT&E) is limited. (OT&E) gives notice that services provided in connection with its itineraries, including transportation, hotel accommodations, restaurants, and other services, are purchased from various independent suppliers who are not affiliated with (OT&E).

Although it endeavors to choose the best suppliers available, (OT&E) has no right to control their operations and therefore makes these travel arrangements upon the express condition that (OT&E) and its own agents and employees shall not be liable for any delay, mishap, inconvenience, expense, irregularity, bodily injury or death to person, or damage to property occasioned through the conduct or default of any company or individual engaged in providing these services.

Each of these passenger conveyance companies, tour companies, hotels, restaurants, etc. is subject to the laws of the state or country where the service is provided.

(OT&E) shall not be liable for: (a) expenses such as additional hotel nights and meals not specified in the individual trip itineraries that may be required either en route, prior to, or following a trip, when caused by individual clients’ travel arrangements, by airline scheduling or airline schedule changes, cancelled flights, missed flight connections, or by other factors not under (OT&E) control; (b) expenses incurred in recovering luggage lost by airlines, belongings left behind on a trip, or in shipping purchases or other goods home from abroad; (c) bodily injury or property damage for any reason, including but not limited to acts of God, weather, quarantines, strikes, civil disturbance, theft, default, detention, annoyance, changes in government regulations, terrorism, war, or failure of conveyance to arrive or depart as scheduled, etc., over which it ( (OT&E) ) has no control.

(OT&E) reserves the right to take photographic or film records of any of our trips, and may use any such records for promotional and/or commercial purposes. (OT&E) reserves the right to substitute both trip leaders and hotels from those listed in our promotion without notice. If improvements in the itinerary can be made, or unforeseen conditions beyond (OT&E)’s control make changes necessary, they reserve the right to alter itineraries or substitute speakers without penalty.

(OT&E) reserves the right to decline to accept or to restrain from further participation any person it judges to be incapable of meeting the rigors and requirements of participating in the activities, or any person whose actions or deportment impede trip operation or the rights, welfare, or enjoyment of other trip members. A refund based on cost of unused services is the limit of (OT&E) responsibility in such a case.

The issuance and acceptance of vouchers or tickets shall be considered consent of the above conditions. By joining our conferences or tours you are assuming all risks and agreeing to indemnify (OT&E), our partner organizations, their officers, directors and employees harmless for any and all liability that may arise in connection with your participation in an Opportunity Travel & Events conference or tour.


Limitations & Participant Responsibility:

Please realize that while traveling and attending our conferences and/or tours you will encounter many cultural and geographical differences such as ethnic foods, changes in altitude and weather.

At times our tours can be physically demanding and may require climbing stairs and extensive walking. We try to stay at the best or most accommodating hotels in each area, but at times we may run into hotels with problems or limitations such as weak water pressure, limited or no hot water, lack of elevators and handicap facilities and no non-smoking rooms.

Participants have the responsibility to select a trip appropriate to their abilities and interests. We are happy to discuss our tours with you, as well as provide you with names of past participants who can discuss their experiences with you.

Participants are held responsible for being in sufficient good health to undertake the trip and are responsible for preparing for the trip by studying the itinerary and pre-departure information packets sent by (OT&E).

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Personal information will not be shared at any time without your permission and we will only collect this information on a voluntary basis.

If you volunteer your personal information, we may use it to send you special offers or to contact you with answers to any questions or concerns that you may have.

Users may, however, choose to opt-in to a service in order to receive future offers and information from Opportunity Travel & Events, Inc.

If you opt-in you may receive e-mails from us introducing new products and services that we think will be of interest to you.

We reserve the right to use, without identifying you, any questions, comments or other information that is submitted. We guarantee that we will keep your personal identification information confidential if your information is used in books, articles, or promotions.

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