Famous artists such as Picasso and Matisse have idolized the charming character of the French Riviera. Stay in one of the resorts and you will see with your own eyes the magnificent beaches and crystal clear sea.
From Marseille to the Italian border in the east of the French coast, you will enjoy all that the beautiful Côte d'Azur has to offer: a blue sea, but also large bays, hundreds of beaches, reefs and small islands.
Even the interior has beautiful mountains, valleys and forests and resorts are modern and well equipped.
The region was much loved by famous artists such as Picasso, Monet, Renoir and Matisse. From your resort you can easily reach Nice, where you will find many museums and galleries dedicated to them.
The resort of Saint-Tropez is très chic with its designer shops, the villas and the harbour filled with luxury yachts. But there are many other towns and cities to visit in the French Riviera. In the city of Antibes can enjoy the Grimaldi Castle, whereas in the village of Saorge you can admire the Church of Saint-Sauveur.
Average summer temperature: 28 degrees
Roman Antiquities at Frejus
Banon DOP, goats cheese
Perfumes and soaps from Grasse, lavender and olive oil
Tourtour is a small hamlet known as, due to its enviable position, "Village in the sky". In fact, this small village offers an exceptional view of the surrounding mountains. The church of Saint-Denis is one of the major attractions of the place.
In the region of the Côte d'Azur, Provence is famous for the production of olive oil. When you are near the sea, order a delicious plate of fish. ‘Bouillabaisse’ is a fish soup with seafood and numerous types of fish. Try it for yourself!
In Saint Tropez shopping is an art form! From the centre of ‘Place de la Garonne’ and continue to the port of ‘Rue Gambetta’ which had a long road with many trendy shops. On ‘Rue François Sibilli’ there are the big brands such as Armani and Gucci.
‘Sillans-la-Cascade’ is a small village. For a spectacular site visit the waterfalls, where the water plunges into a mirror of green ... a true paradise.