French Riviera

Meet the Glamour on the the glittering coast known as the French Riviera is one of the most glamorous destinations in the world. This curving strip of shoreline is a heady mixture of pristine beach and majestic mountain where lush countryside meets with chic seaside towns and every square meter is soaked in the liquid gold of the Mediterranean sun.


Antibes - St. Tropez

Visit the old town of Antibes with its ramparts along the sea and the long, arched protective wall along the port. There are plenty of little streets for exploring, restaurants of all types, the market and lots of little shops. Step aboard your charter yacht and head to St. Tropez. Famous for its nightlife and despite its enormous popularity during summer, St. Tropez manages to retain its charm with its old port, full of life, and the beaches of the Var which are amongst the most beautiful along the coast.


St. Tropez to Porquerolles

Leave the St Tropez and head to the the Porquerolles islands. The clear waters and protected nature of the Porquerolle islands are a pleasant change from the liveliness of the coast. Discover the colonial style of the main town, explore beautiful forests, the stunning coastline and beaches.

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Porquerolles to Cannes

Leave the serenity of Porquerolles and head towards Cannes, the film festival capital of the world. Cannes, a town rich in culture that welcomes the celebrated film festival each May. Enjoy the promenade, the sumptuous hotels and the excellent shopping in the rue d’Antibes. Or spend time by the azure waters surrounding the nearby Lérins Islands.


Cannes to Cap d’Antibes

Leave Cannes and head towards Cap d’Antibes. Famous for its July Jazz Festival, Juan les Pins is a lively summer spot just along from Antibes. You’ll find a narrow stretch of beach with a variety of restaurants, a promenade with boutiques and hotels, and a park shaded by perfumed pine trees.


Cap d’Antibes to Ville

francheVillefranche feels as though it’s trapped in time with fishermen still bringing in their catch every morning, market stalls and plenty of little boutiques. The narrow cobbled streets are full of life and overflowing with excellent restaurants.


Villefranche to St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

A beautiful stretch of land that reaches out over the sea, covered with impressive villas and offering a taste of the ‘dolce vita’ with its little cafés, quaint port and chic beach restaurants serving freshly caught fish and chilled rosé.


St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat to Monte-Carlo

The mythical Principality of Monaco offers a choice of attractions with its palace, casino, designer boutiques and excellent restaurants, all packed into 2 square kilometres. There are also beautiful gardens and some excellent museums.