Juan les Pins
St Paul de Vence
the way down in the south east of France
along the Mediterranean,
and next to the Italian border, are the
Maritime Alps and the world renowned French
Riviera. With 10 million visitors
a year, of whom 60% are foreigners, the
Cote d'Azur (French Riviera) is
one of the 5 most popular destinations
in the world. On the French Riviera, we
definitely recommend those 2, 3, 4 and
5 star deluxe hotels. WELCOME TO NICE
FRANCE (FRENCH RIVIERA) Nice's charm comes
from its exceptional climate as well as
its beauty. Even in the winter the cafe
terraces are filled with people happily
drinking and contemplating the ultra famous
Promenade des Anglais...
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the past 10 years, the region has invested on a massive scale
in accommodation infrastructures (22%
of all 4-star hotels in France) and congress facilities.
From Menton via Monaco
to Mandelieu, the
coast has become a sort of "Convention Boulevard�. These infrastructures
propose prestigious amenities and first-class hospitality.
The logical result is that, each year, 300,000 congressists
choose the French Riviera as the site for their corporate
makes this departement so beautiful is its craggy coastline
with the Alps plunging straight down in the blue sea.
certain times of the year one can even have the difficult
choice of whether to ski or to swim. The slopes and the sea
are merely an hour apart by car. The sun is legendary shining
320 days a year.
St Tropez to Menton
going through Cannes, Nice,
Antibes and Monaco
all the way to the Italian border this area is one not only
of beauty but of prestige.
coastline is spotted with turn of the century mansions and
modern luxury homes.During the summer months when the French
Riviera is particularly lively one can find sunbathers
on the beaches of sand or pebbles and strollers leisurely
walking along the Croisette in Cannes
or the Promenade
des Anglais in Nice.
connections to and from the French Riviera / Cote d'Azur are
exceptionally good. Nice-CDA airport,
the second largest airport in France, after Paris, is a major
international hub. Road and rail links are also excellent.
is the most significant construction of its style in the
All units in Port Grimaud, except smaller apartements,
have their own mooring Port Grimaud is an excellent
marina across the bay of Saint-Tropez,
protected from Wind form the East and the �Mistral� from
The seaside resort town Saint
Tropez is still
very popular with the tourists, although the jetset and the
in-crowd have long since left it behind. Set on the lovely
blue water of the Bay of Saint-Tropez, this modern
version of a medieval town is most popular for the line of
yachts along the quai, and the facing line of terrace cafes,
divided by a parade of strolling tourists and slow
cruising expensive cars.
the cafes, the small streets and old buildings are picturesque,
but they're more popular for the multitude of shops and restaurants
than historical significance. There are endless possibilities
for buying gifts or items of proof that "you've been here".
of the world's greatest and most challenging motor-racing
events, the Monaco Grand
Prix is the last 'street course' remaining in the
Formula One calendar. Staged around the narrow, winding
streets of Monte Carlo,
the attraction of the Monaco Grand Prix is the proximity
of the speeding Formula One cars to the race spectators.
The twisting 78-lap circuit offers countless opportunities
over the 263-kilometre race to witness the thrill of
screaming engines, smoking tyres and the genius of the
drivers on a course that allows no margin for error.
Since the first Monaco Grand Prix was staged on the
14 April 1929, the fastest average race speed has risen
from 80 kilometres (50 miles) per hour to 142 kilometres
(88 miles) per hour.