Cote d’Azur is extremely popular among the rich and famous from all around the world, especially the Europeans. Also known as the French Riviera, the area is known for its pebble beaches and unique houses strewn over the beaches. Common areas of interest include St-Tropez, Cannes and many more.
The town of Cannes has a motto that goes “Life is a Festival” and indeed this town does live up to its motto. It is a melting pot of about 163 nationalities making it a truly diverse town to visit. Best known for its Film festival in May, the city is known for its great weather, numerous beaches, fun activities and everything you need to make your vacation worthwhile.
The city of St-Tropez attracts international celebrities year after year and it is known for its gorgeous beaches that are very family friendly. The sunset in St-Tropez is a pink hue and when witnessed overlooking the red town houses, it is indeed a sight to remember. A winter spent in Cote d’Azur will help you understand how come artists like Picasso have been inspired by this amazing place.
Nice in Cote d’Azur is yet another city that has something to offer to everyone. Not only is it a place for fun in the sun but art enthusiasts will love all the museums that can be found here. Archaeological fans can explore the ancient Roman city of Cemenelum. Whatever you fancy, the cuisine in Nice will be the perfect way to end the day.
Another known spot for tourists are the family villas on Cote d’Azur that offer fabulous views from woodlands to coastlines and hilltops. These villas are a true luxury for anyone wanting to enjoy the best of Cote d’Azur. Family villas on Cote d’Azur are also nicely located nearby famous tourist spots, beaches, shops and restaurants. There is no end to the breathtaking choices you have at these villas which come complete with spas, swimming pools, courtyards, and vary in style from medieval to modern to the extremely elegant.
There is no doubt that Cote d’Azur has to be on your list of must-see places in France. Whether you simply want to bask in the summer sun, explore some famous archaeological site, go on an art trip to the many museums, sample the local cuisine or spend some quiet time in one of the astonishing family villas on Cote d’Azur-you haven’t seen France without visiting this region.