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  • Monaco
  • Saint-tropez
  • Grasse
  • Le Lac de Saint-Cassien

    Lake of Saint-Cassien

    Swimming in the Fayence region

    The lake of Saint-Cassien is nestled between the hills of the Fayence region, between the coast and the hinterland of the Var, stretching over 420 ha. As an oasis of refreshment during the hot summers, the lake is ideal for the practise of water sports. You can swim, row, take a pedal boat, windsurf or practise stand-up paddle. Around the lake, you can easily hike. On the west side of the lake, you’ll find a biological reserve with beautiful flora and fauna.

  • Mougins


    Medieval village

    Up north from Cannes you’ll find Mougins on a peak. The village is built like a spiral around the church, and boasts with colourful alleyways with a scent of Provence, art galleries and restaurants. The village has always attracted artists, like Picasso and Man Ray. It is not very surprising to find a museum about photography here.

  • EN Saint-Tropez


    Art and jetset

    Thanks to Brigitte Bardot, Saint-Tropez has become one of the best known places of the international jetset. As a place of parties in the marina filled with shining yachts, the town settles down after the summer. Then it will unveil the aspects that attracted so many artists from the 20th century: Bonnard, Signac, Derain, Matisse, etc. The Musée de l'Annonciade is the ideal place to admire the work of these painters, who are part of the legend of Saint-Tropez.

  • EN Nice


    Strolling in the Baie des Anges

    Nice was built in the idyllic setting of the Baie des Anges, with a centre filled with French and Italian aspects. Even though Nice is located north from the border, it still reminds you of Italy. Particularly in the old town centre, boasting with narrow and colourful alleyways that look a lot like the ones in Italy. By the sea, the English have built luxury hotels along the famous seafront, called the Promenade des Anglais. In this town of art, you’ll find various museums, like the Matisse museum.

  • Monaco


    Visit to the principality

    Often you’ll hear about the princely family of Monaco, or about the sportsmen or artists who have decided to move here. Still, the Principality of Monaco is worth a lot more than just the news from the tabloids. This is where you can visit extraordinary tropical gardens and an oceanographic museum perched on the rock. This museum houses hundreds of sea animals and particularly sharks.

  • Grasse


    Land of perfume

    Grasse is set between the Provence and the Côte d’Azur, on the hills of the Mediterranean hinterland. The town offers a magnificent view on the coastline of Cannes. As capital of the flower, Grasse has known a long history of perfume. Certain fragrances are created here that are used to make the most famous perfumes. When come to Grasse, you may not miss to visit one of the perfume makers (Gallimard, Fragonard, etc.), to learn how a flower becomes a fragrance.

  • Cannes


    Capital of film

    Ten days per year, Cannes becomes the capital of film. During the world’s most famous film festival, the biggest stars of the 7th art reunite here. Still, Cannes is a lot more than just the fame of its festival. It is definitely worth a visit once the festival is over. During a stroll in the town centre, you can admire the splendid buildings along the seafront and the old district of Le Suquet. You can also choose for a boat trip to the Lérins islands or shopping in the town centre.

  • EN Les Gorges du Verdon

    Les Gorges du Verdon

    A natural sight

    In the hinterland of the Côte d'Azur and the Mediterranean Sea, the relief changes as you get closer to the Alps. Here, at the heart of the rock landscape, the Verdon river has found a way through the earth and created the most spectacular canyon of Europe. This dazzling canyon is breathtaking. The landscape can be admired from the perched hiking tracks or from the river during a canoe trip.

  • Saint Paul de Vence

    Saint Paul de Vence

    Medieval town

    This perched Provençal village hiding behind its ramparts benefits from an exceptional setting that has attracted many of the most famous artists of the Côte d’Azur. Work of these artists can now be found in the exhibition rooms of the Fondation Maeght, a beautiful gallery of modern art.

  • EN Les Arènes de Fréjus


    Roman town along the Mediterranean Sea

    Halfway Cannes and Saint-Tropez, Fréjus is a town of history with a great heritage. The town dates from the Roman period and still counts various monuments today, built at the beginning of our era: one of the biggest amphitheatres of Gaul, an aqueduct, etc. But Fréjus has not stood still and has developed to be a lively beach resort with Port Fréjus, a big leisure area along the Mediterranean Sea.