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5 Days on the French Riviera
The mythical, legendary and very famous French Riviera, nestled between the Alps, the Italian border and the Mediterranean Sea, Enjoying a mild, sunny climate all year round.
Much appreciated by lovers of sightseeing and relaxation, the French Riviera is famous all over the world for renowned places like Cannes, Nice, Monaco and Saint-Tropez. Lively seaside resorts such as Juan-les-Pins, Sainte-Maxime and Hyères, beautiful sandy or pebbled beaches, the wild creeks of the Estérel, the magnificent islands of Lérins and Porquerolles, prestigious Baroque heritage, and charming villages like Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Èze and Bormes-les-Mimosas, are all among its unmissable attractions.
As for gastronomy, the typical specialities like never fail to delight the taste buds of visitors from all around the globe. Many activities on offer all year round, as well as big events such as Cannes Film Festival, Nice Carnival, the Monte Carlo Rally or Menton Lemon Festival also contribute to the area’s great renown.
PORT OF SAINT-TROPEZ
With a capacity of 734 moorings divided between two basins on an area of nine hectares in the heart of the village, Saint-Tropez harbour is a main port of call in the Mediterranean. Innovation and top quality services have made it one of the most famous marinas in the world.
FIELDS OF LAVANDER, PROVENZA.
One of the most typical features of Provence are the fields of lavender that offer unique mauve and violet-tinged landscapes. There are various lavender routes such as the Prealpes d’Azur and the region of Grasse. Over the course of these routes you will be able to discover magnificent Provençal hamlets and enjoy the pleasant aroma of the lavender flowers.
Measuring 25 km long and around 700 m deep, the Verdon Gorge or Verdon Grand Canyon is known to be one of the most beautiful gorges in Europe. The stunning turquoise colour of the river is what gave this exceptional place its name, Verdon. In the canyon, it is possible to go kayaking or climbing the limestone walls.
THE GOLDEN CORNICHE
This incredibly magical landscape is the Corniche of Esterel, also known as the Golden Corniche. It is an essential spot to visit when holidaying on the Côte d’Azur. Located between the cities of Saint-Raphael and Théoule-sur-mer, it offers spectacular sunsets.
NIZA, PROMENADE DES ANGLAIS.
One of the jewels of the French Riviera is the city of Nice, which possesses one of the best known seaside promenades in the world, the Promenade des Anglais. This spot never fails to impress people and it was a source of inspiration for several great artists and painters such as Picasso. It is an ideal spot to take a stroll and begin to explore the incredible Côte d’Azur.Read more CloseThe French Riviera