Renowned for being the vacation spot of the aristocrats and the artists it features a shore-line of sparkling emerald-green waters, picturesque cliff top-towns, palm trees fringing upscale promenades, a plethora of museums and galleries, eucalyptus scented narrow cobblestone streets and historic towns.
What to do:
For extensive shopping visit Sylvie T ,Cop Copine, Notre-Dame-Jean-Médecin-rue de Paradis street and Agnès B .
Treat yourself to irresistible chocolates at Maison Auer.
Walk along the promenade des Anglais and feel the energetic vibes or sit at a bohemian café and watch the world go by.
Discover the old town of Nice leading you to ancient buildings with red-tile roofs, traditional markets, and charming small restaurants.
Explore the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire and the Palais Massena an enchanting mansion near the beach, offering incredible art collections.
Glamour, Glitz, Galas, Film Festivals, vast yachts, glittering nightlife, casinos and high end restaurants characterize Cannes. Once a small fishing village it is today an expensive seaside town considered to be one of the social hubs of Europe. In May, the venue for the Cannes Film Festival, entertaining the rich and famous tourists can spot celebrities and actors and unveil the stunning architecture of Le Suquet, with its cobblestones streets and breathtaking views, or sit at street side café watching the world go by.
Wander through the pedestrian walkway Meynadier where you’ll find discount clothing and crafts.
Take a stroll through the famous La croisette Boulevard the home of the Cannes Festival offering lots of shopping, fancy dining and you can see handprints and autographs of various celebrities on the sidewalk.
Visit the Musée de la Castre and enjoy the stunning view from the top of the tower across the whole city of Cannes.
Label lovers will drool over the high-end shopping in rue d’Antibes with brands like Dior and Hermes.
Sun, sand and waves, luxury yachts filling an old port, fashion boutiques, provincial markets, terrace cafes attracting the European and American jet set. St Tropez is renowned for its unbeatable setting and glamorous vibe.
Art lovers can admire the works of Signac, Denis, Matisse, Picasso and more at the Musée de l’Annonciade, converted from a 16th-century chapel to an eclectic modern art museum.
A must visit shopping triangle between the Place des Lices, Rue Gambetta and Rue Allard.
Good shops to browse through: Rondini and La chemise Tropezienne,
Swim in the shallow warm waters of La plage de la Pampelonne
Discover Cap Taillat with a clear blue sea mingling with green hills full of olive trees.
Port Grimaud, known as “Little Venice”, to admire its canals, bridges, boutiques and charming houses