The French Riviera

In the south of France, the Riviera covers the Mediterranean seacoast of the department of the Alpes Maritimes (06), from Théoule to Menton (on the Italian border). In 1888, Stéphen Liegeard invented the name "Côte d’Azur". It then became a fashionable vacation spot, the must amongst the upper crust, at first in winter, then in summer. The Riviera offers a variety of destinations to satisfy your preferences. Big towns and seaside resorts evoke the glorious hours of the Riviera, with Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Juan-Les-Pins, Monaco, Mento

#La Cadière d'Azur

A hilltop village in the Var

#Grimaud

A medieval village overlooking the azure waters of the Gulf of Saint Tropez.

#Saint-Tropez

The fabulous history of Saint-Tropez

#Sainte Agnès

The balcony over the Mediterranean

#Hyères

The town of palm trees

#Menton

Between the principality of Monaco and the Italian border, a true gem on the Mediterranean.

#Monaco

Ville princière et mythique sur la Côte d'Azur

#Antibes

A multi-faceted town

#Nice

The temple of French tourism.

#Saint-Jeannet

Authentic and discreet Provençal village

#La Turbie

On the Via Julia Augusta with breathtaking views

#Vence

The sweet nest

#Toulon

The base of the French Navy

#Gourdon

One of the most beautiful villages of France

#Grasse

The world capital of perfume

#Cannes

Glamour town par excellence

#Saint-Raphaël

The oldest seaside resort on the Mediterranean coast

#Le Castellet

A medieval hilltop village in the picturesque architectural heritage in the heart of the vineyards,

#Coaraze

The Village of the Sun

#Port Grimaud

In the heart of the Gulf of Saint Tropez, the seaside town of Port Grimaud is an architectural exploit dreamed up, conceived and realized by the visionary architect François Spoerry starting in 1966. Final construction was completed in 2000 and Port Grimaud is today listed as part of the Heritage of the 20th Century.

#Saint-Paul de Vence

An artistic and historic town

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