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Cote d’Azur Itinerary

 

Castle in FRANCESample 7 Days Itineray for the Cote d’Azur 

 

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Day 1 – Nice

Summers are hot, dry and sunny in Nice and due to its latitude, it is one of the warmest Mediterranean places. The beaches mainly have large flat stones, and some of them have added a layer of sand. Even if it contains mainly pebbles you will still be able to enjoy swimming in the amazing clear blue water of the sea. Private beaches with bars and restaurants offer many different services including the options to rent long chairs and towels. The food specialties in Nice are chickpea flat bread called “Socca”, a tuna fish sandwich called “Pan Bagnat” and many other delicious dishes.View on Nice sea

Day 2 – St Tropez

Celebrities and rich people love to spend their vacation in St Tropez, thus, makes this town more attractive and draws plenty of travelers. You can enjoy seeing the beautiful extravagance yachts while making a nice promenade on the fringe of the sea. It is so delightful to stroll among all the cafes, and shops offering a wide choice of services. However, you will find less of cafes and shops in enclosed boulevards, but fascinating studios and few houses of historical structures.Boat in St Tropez marina

Day 3 – Porquerolles

Porquerolles is an Island situated in the Iles d’Hyeres of the Cote d’Azur in France. If you go out for a stroll over this wonderful island, you will most likely discover a lot of hidden areas and tiny deserted shorelines, this is the perfect place to unwind and appreciate the breathtaking views of the turquoise ocean water. The Domain Perzinsky is quite reputed for its delicious and astonishing wine, so if you like wine; it’s an exceptionally fabulous place to visit. There is additionally a solid round tower that has been built by Francois I, on a rock and today they utilize the inside of the tower as an open space for the Conservatoire National de Porquerolles.View on the beach of Porquerolles

Day 4 – Lerins Islands

There is plenty to explore on this island, especially if you are on board a yacht. The Lerins Island is simply astonishing, you can walk all around the island without stressing about vehicles, as they are not permitted on this Island. The shorelines are stunning with light blue water, white sandy beaches and corals reefs surrounded by mountains and little shrubs.View on a castle in Lerin Islands

Day 5 – Ville France

Ville Franche extends to the hills filled with bay inclining above the sea level. Fishing, deep sea diving, and sailing are the main activities in this area. This town is generally animated and attracts a vast number of visitors due to its delightful sandy shorelines, patio, cafes, restaurants and its charming old town. There is a little church with bell tower in the heart of the town and slender cobblestone avenues which give a feel of medieval charm.View on a castle in Lerin Islands

Day 6 – Monaco

Monaco is a tiny state on the Mediterranean Sea; it is surrounded by France and the Italian Riviera. The climate is simply stunning since it is situated between the Mediterranean and the Southern Alps. It has delightful sunny summers and exceptionally pleasant mild winter. Three hundred days a year of daylight and cool winds in the evenings. Two ports belong to Monaco and invite private yachts. Port Hercules is absolutely lovely and offers the possibility to mooring and anchoring for around five hundred vessels, a significant number of them are extremely large and elegant. The Fortville’s port can likewise welcome numerous vessels; both ports are extremely well suitable for yachts. Monaco has a remarkable reputation for the delicious cuisine, and excellent restaurants, for instance, the Cafe de Paris situated right over the road near the casino, as well as the Waterfront restaurants along Fortville’s port.Boat in the port of Monaco

Day 7 – Back to Nice

Summers are hot, dry and sunny in Nice and due to its latitude, it is one of the warmest Mediterranean places. The beaches mainly have large flat stones, and some of them have added a layer of sand. Even if it contains mainly pebbles you will still be able to enjoy swimming in the amazing clear blue water of the sea. Private beaches with bars and restaurants offer many different services including the options to rent long chairs and towels. The food specialties in Nice are chickpea flat bread called “Socca”, a tuna fish sandwich called “Pan Bagnat” and many other delicious dishes.Nice Sea