It's the end of the school year. The long-awaited moment of summer vacation has arrived. Little Nicolas, his parents, and Grandma head to Hotel Beau-Rivage by the seaside. On the beach, Nicolas quickly makes a new set of friends: there's Blaise, who isn't on vacation because he lives in the area, Fructueux, who likes everything, even fish, Djodjo, who doesn't speak like them because he's English, Crépin, who cries all the time, and Côme, who always wants to be right and who is very annoying. But Nicolas also gets to know Isabelle, a little girl who always looks at him with big, round and worried eyes, and who Nicolas believes his parents want to force him to marry. Misunderstandings accumulate, blunders begin. One thing's for sure: for everyone, this will be an unforgettable vacation.
Let the seaside adventures begin!
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Did You Know?
There are two inconsistencies between this film and its predecessor, Little Nicholas
1. Nicolas' father smokes a pipe in this film, but was a non-smoker in the other.
2. There is no mention of Nicolas' sister, born at the end of the previous film. See more
The sandcastles built by the architect are built using sand other than beach sand. This can be seen by the difference in the colour of the sandcastles and the surrounding beach sand, even allowing for the addition of water. See more
Credits at the start and finish of the film appear on holiday postcards. The credits at the beginning also include some animations on the cards. See more
(from 'A Midsummer's Night Dream')
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
(as Felix Mendelssohn)
Conducted by Eugene Ormandy See more