The Côte d’Azur or French Riveria as perhaps it is better known has a most diverse coastline with stunning cliffs and the rolling countryside of Province. Add to this the chic resorts of Fréjus, St. Raphael and St. Tropez and you will really feel in a different world. Cannes, famous for its film festival and Monaco are all nearby.
Highlights of the CÔTE d’AZUR
Bormes les Mimosas
A beautiful old village filled with arts and craft shops.
Picturesque fishing port lined with lavish yachts, a popular resort for artists since the 1890s.
A fashionable resort town with fine sandy beaches and a wonderful Aquatica Waterpark.
Situated only a few kilometres inland from St Tropez you will find Grimaud. It is a beautiful charming village and a real treat to visit
Gorges du Verdon
This is a canyon formed by the River Verdon which runs from Rougon to Aiguines. It really is a must see in this area.
A magical city of entertainment with yachting marina, famous for its annual Film festival in May.
Just 16 miles approx. from the Italian border. Situated on the Paillon river, which divides the old town with its quaint narrow streets and harbour, from the new town which extends along the Promenade des Anglais, lined with hotels and villas, a stretch of 4 miles to its busy international airport.
The old town of Monaco has an attractive setting high up on a steep rock overlooking the Mediterranean, here you will see the palace, home of the reigning prince, the renowned Oceangraphic Museum and the late nineteenth-century Romanesque-Byzantine Cathedral. The capital of Monaco is Monte Carlo, famous for its casino and its annual International Monaco Grand Prix, one of the world’s greatest sports car events with an exciting street circuit.