Die Region

 

 

The Cote d’Azur

Located on the east and enjoys from the point where the Alps meet the Mediterranean, the French Riviera, also known as the Cote d’Azur an area throughout the year a wonderfully mild, warm climate.

Spring comes early bloom from February, the first mimosa commissioning; April, the days are usually sunny and warm, and gardens that are already filled with flowers. From May to September or October, the climate is ideal, with plenty of sunshine and warm hot days and warm nights beautiful. For much of this time, places and beaches are not crowded as they are designed to cope with holiday crowds for the summer. July and August are very busy, and during this period advanced reservations for the hotel is very advisable and in many places is essential.

Monte Carlo

The tiny principality of Monaco is an independent state, surrounded on three sides by France and on the fourth governed by the Mediterranean Sea and from the 13th century by the Grimaldi family. Monte Carlo, most known for its casino is an opulent micro-state, with the world’s highest per capita GDP.

East of Nice

Some of the most expensive homes in France are grouped on the small peninsula of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, between Eze and Nice. In the past, Saint-Jean-Home was on actors, princes and wealthy businessmen from Paris or Switzerland. The Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, a house now open to the public, is an overwhelming relic of a bygone age; Today, the area between Monaco and Nice, including Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Villefranche-Sur-Mer and Mont Boron home of the international jet set.

Nice

Nice is France’s sixth city, and the largest resort on the French Riviera. Nice is a city, the masses, including the Old City, a beautiful long beach promenade (from the Promenade des Anglais and west), a famous flower market, some interesting sites and attractions such as the Matisse Museum, the Chagall Museum and the famous Russian has to offer -orthodoxen Basilica. There have also very good hotels from 5 star palaces such as the Negresco, for example.

Cannes

Lying to the west of Antibes, Cannes is the capital of the French Riviera: Cannes is of course known for its annual film festival after the Hollywood Oscar ceremony is the largest annual event in the world of film. Cannes is also a popular venue for trade shows, including the annual music industry trade fair, Midem, which takes place in late January. During these events, the City of Hope, get a glimpse of their favorite movie star or musician lures; and of course it is a city with lots of tourist accommodation and beaches.

The Esterel Coast

This part of the coast is less developed mainly due to the hills and forests, almost to the shore. Apart from Fréjus and Saint Raphael the places are small, offers a quieter holiday style. The dry and rocky Esterel hills, with its Mediterranean pine forests are popular with hikers and walkers. The coast between Miramar and Saint-Raphaël is full of small bays, many of them just walking distance from the coastal road, the “Corniche de l’Esterel,” a scenic route that offers beautiful views of the coast and the sea.

The western Riviera

South of Fréjus, the coast is rocky and wooded back, and there is little in the way coastal plain between the hills and forests of the Massif des Maures and the sea.

The main resort in this part of the French Riviera, Saint Tropez, perhaps the most famous of all Riviera resorts. Saint-Tropez, an ancient Mediterranean port city on the southern shore of visiting a very sheltered bay, the Gulf of Saint Tropez, has long been a classically elegant Mediterranean resort of stars and Parisians. With its old harbor and old town, it is still very popular with jet setters and offers an idyllic holiday environment with many shops, hotels, beaches, cafes and restaurants and Pampelonne Beach is served.

The other popular resorts in this part of the Riviera are the small towns of Port Grimaud, Sainte Maxime and Le Lavandou with ancient cities and ports.


 

 

Cote D’Azur-Details

Regionale Merkmale 115 (71 km) Küste und Strände, 18 Golfplätze, 14 Skigebiete und 3.000 Restaurants  Yachten jedes Jahr bewirtet das Riviera 50% der Weltsuperyacht-Flotte. Klima Klima 300 Tagen Sonnenschein pro Jahr  Tourismus Rund 14 Millionen Besucher pro Jahr die Veranstaltungen und Festivals  Monaco Rally (Jan), Nizza Karneval (Februar), Tourettes-sur-Lou Veilchenfest (Mar), Grand Prix von Monaco (Mai), Cannes Film Festival (Mai), Nice Jazz Festival (Juli), Grasse Jasmine Festival (August) Städte Monaco, Menton, Nizza, Cannes, Antibes-sur-Mer, Grasse Sehenswerte Dörfer St. Tropez, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, Tourettes-Sur-Loup, Cagnes-Sur-Mer, Beaulieu-Ser-Mer, Eze, St Raphael, Mougins, Valbonnes, St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat


 

Empfohlene Ausflüge

 

Faulenzen Sie der Tag weg an Plage Mala

Gelegt auf Cap D’Ail, den 5 Minuten von Monaco und 20 Minuten aus dem Chateau La Tour. Plage Mala ist eine kleine ruhige Bucht besser bekannt zu einheimischen, Französisch, monegassischen und Italienisch, als Touristen. Mit zwei Restaurants am Strand La Réserve und Eden Plage, es ist ein idealer Ort zum Entspannen am Tag entfernt. Beide bieten tolles Essen, Getränke * Cocktails, Musik, Sonnenliegen und Outdoor Dining. Buchen Sie frühzeitig in den Sommermonaten als beide sind beliebt.

Paragliding ausprobieren

Versuch Ihre Hand am Paragleiten des Eze Dorfes liegt 10 Autominuten vom Chateau La Tour und vom Oktober bis Mai, Sie können von Mont Bastide abreisen und unten zum Eze Strand an der Küste gleiten und mit einem Getränk am privaten Strandklub Anjuna Plage feiern. Der Fédération Française de Vol Libre wird sicherstellen, dass Sie in sicheren Händen sind.


 

Eine Motoryacht chartern

Wir arrangieren eine Motoryacht und Kapitän, Sie zu nehmen, wohin Sie gehen möchten. Als ein Beispiel-Tag, Abfahrt Küste Hafen von Monaco und Reisen entlang der Küste bis zu den schroffen Esterel hinter Cannes, stoppen, um die einsamen Buchten und kristallklarem Wasser zu genießen.

Für Mittagessen moor die Yacht bei Les Îles de Lérins, eine Inselgruppe aus Cannes, die zwei größten Inseln in dieser Gruppe sind die Île Sainte-Marguerite mit seiner Fort-Royal, die statt der Mann mit der eisernen Maske im 17. Jahrhundert oder Île Saint-Honorat dessen Kloster stammt aus dem 5. Jahrhundert und ist noch zuhause, 30 Zisterzienser-Mönchen.

Spazieren Sie nach einem Mittagessen im La Guérite auf Île Sainte-Marguerite oder la Tonnelle am Île Saint-Honorat die warme duftende Kiefernwälder of the Islands das echo mit Zikaden oder verwenden Sie die Yacht als Ihre Badeplattform, wie Sie die Inseln vor seiner Rückkehr in der Abenddämmerung genießen.

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