Promenade des Anglais, Nice:
Nice is a Mediterranean resort town in France that has everything from beaches to character-filled streets and villages. The most famous street there is the Promenade des Anglais, which is a wide pedestrian area with walks along the Baie des Anges beaches.
The promenade has been graced by opulent buildings such as the Art Deco Palais de la Méditerranée resort hotel, Le Negresco hotel, and Villa Masséna. Along the Promenade des Anglais, you can take a beach day, or visit some of the many cultural and historic attractions. At the Cours Saleya, Provençal markets take place. The market is open daily except on Mondays. Vendors sell fresh flowers, fruits and vegetables, and local artisan food products under colourful striped awnings
The Jardin Albert 1 is located within easy walking distance from the beach of Promenade des Anglais. This public park in Nice is one of the first green spaces in the city. It features Mediterranean pine trees, aromatic roses and towering palms, but most importantly it has monumental fountains. The garden’s outdoor theatre, the Theâtre de Verdure, hosts cultural performances and concerts during summer.
Most Stunning Views in Saint-Tropez
Saint-Tropez was famously made fashionable by actress Brigitte Bardot in the 1950s. The small-town feel, and lush Mediterranean scenery attracts visitors.
Saint-Tropez has an alluring old-world charm, paired with rich culture and preserved customs. The town is high class with luxury restaurants and trendy boutiques, but still retains the traditional Provençal atmosphere. Visitors can explore Saint-Tropez at their leisure, chatting with locals under outdoor cafés or playing pétanque.
There are still fishing boats in Vieux Port, but there are a lot of luxury yachts. Tourists love to sit at outdoor cafés, where the ambience is pleasant, and the surroundings are clean.
The best parts of Saint-Tropez are the scenery and ambience. This is a fantastic spot on the French Riviera with sandy beaches and many villas to admire.
Top-Rated Beach Locations on the Côte d’Azur
On the French Riviera, there are many beaches. Cannes is one of the most popular swim spots. Most of their beaches are right off La Croisette Boulevard. Continue a few hundred metres up the hillside of la californie cannes you will find some of the most beautiful villas in the world.
Depending on what you’re looking for, there are some beaches that charge a small fee (Macé and Zamenhof Beach). Cannes is prized for its exclusive private beaches.
There are three places to go to the beach, which have different things to offer. Harbour Beach is good for swimming and is free, but there is not much to do when you get there. La Casino Beach is long and wide, with a lot of space, but it’s also expensive to get in. The locals’ favourite, Mouré Rouge Beach is free and has lots of things to do.
Beaches usually have chairs and shade available to rent. Beaches also normally have lifeguards during high tourist season. The best way to experience the luxurious Côte d’Azur lifestyle is to eat at one of the delicious restaurants located on the shoreline or eat outdoors at a cafés.
Walk through Hilltop Village of Eze and take in all the scenery
Eze is a charming mediaeval village with panoramas of the coast. It is perched high about the Mediterranean Sea and offers views of Monte Carlo.
Wandering down the narrow, cobblestone streets in the old village leads to some wonderful discoveries. Art galleries, fashion boutiques and beautiful sea views are just a few of the sights you’ll encounter. Head to the church for views of an elegant neoclassical facade from the 18th Century before taking another stroll down the lanes and stopping off at one of two lovely gelato shops nearby.
At the top of the Eze hillside is a breathtaking view where visitors can enjoy 180-degree views of up to Saint-Tropez on a clear day. One attraction of Eze is a property called La Chevre d’Or, which is a luxury hotel housed in a 14th-century chateau with a Michelin-starred restaurant. The property also has an exquisite garden.
The Fragonard Parfumeur perfume factory below the mediaeval village utilises flowers grown in the surrounding Provence region. The building is open to the public for guided tours and visitors are encouraged to learn more about their process. There is a scenic trail near the Fragonard perfume factory that leads to the beach. The hike takes about 45 minutes downhill and more than an hour uphill.
Eze also offers some of the most glamorous and high end villas in the South of France. With the area being sought after for a summer getaway, it is to no surprise that you find owners renting their Villas for up to 30,000 euros a month.
Monaco Formula 1
From the 26th to the 29th May 2022, glamour and sport come together to form the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, a highlight of the year. With the engine roaring in the background Monaco becomes alive. First organised in 1929 by the Automobile Club de Monaco, the Formula 1 race in the Principality is one of the most prestigious in the World. With unique viewings from Private terraces having a birds eye view of the race of or down at ground level watching from a yacht, the Monaco Grand offers truly a unique expirence.