Hire a Bugatti in Menton, an exclusive town on the French Riviera (Cote d’Azur) in the South of France, between Monaco and the Italian border. An idyllic destination with sandy beaches, endless sunshine, nearby ski resorts and authentic architecture, Menton is popular with the rich and famous and has an air of elegance and wealth. Just 45km from Nice Cote d’Azur Airport, you can collect your Bugatti rental on arrival and enter Menton in style.
Although situated in France, Menton is a unique town with a distinctly Italian feel. Famous for its gardens, including the Jardin Serre de la Madone, the Jardin botanique exotique de Menton and Fontana Rosa, its warm climate encourages an abundance of lemon, tangerine, and orange groves. Take a stroll along the beachfront promenade du Soleil, enjoy an evening concert in the Parvis St-Michel square or marvel at the baroque basilica of St-Michel-Archange. The Palais Carnoles is worth a visit with a wonderful art collection and there are many fine café’s and restaurants in which to relax and joy excellent French and Italian inspired food. Menton is easily accessible by road, by helicopter and private boat via the Port of Menton Garavan, and you can arrange to meet your Menton Bugatti hire from any location in the city. Menton is best explored on foot, but driving into the hills in one of our Bugatti to the picturesque 'perched' hillside villages or along the Riviera to the cities of Cannes, Nice or Monte Carlo, is truly the best way to enjoy this region.
Our Bugatti hire services offer you the chance of a lifetime to experience driving one of the world's fastest and most exclusive cars. The limited edition Veyron Grand Sport and Veyron Super Sport are fitted with 1200 horsepower W16 engines, and come with a 2.5-3.5 million dollar price tag.
The Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse 16.4 is currently the fastest production car in the world, achieving an impressive 408 km/h and offering an unparalleled driving experience.
Rent a Bugatti and drive a high performance supercar that leaves its competition in the dust.