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Both parts of the Western and the Eastern Mediterranean have interesting cultures and have superb ports with yachts of all sizes, whose shapes grace the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean provides exceptional vacations for who want to enjoy exploring those beautiful islands with fascinating histories, charming atmosphere, languid fishing villages, antiquities, and dazzling shorelines along these wonderful coastlines. The French Riviera is exceptionally famous for the appeal of St Tropez, Monaco, and the Cannes Film Festival.

There are numerous other well-known attractions, such as the roosted towns of Eze, the perfumeries’ of Grasse and the potters in Vallauris. Picasso and many other artists have found inspiration in the French Riviera where you can find a good collection of their work in a local museum and art galleries. It is a popular destination for travelers during the summer, especially between July and August. It has a very large amount of yachts and cruise ships areas with many marinas along the coast. Every year, the French Riviera welcomes half of the world’s superyachts, with 90% of all superyachts visiting the coast region at least once in their lifetime.

 

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.

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View on St Tropez sea

Cannes

Cannes was a fishing village and was utilized as a port within the Lerins Island. Today Cannes became extremely popular and attract a lot of visitors due to its extravagance shops, hotels, and restaurants. Cannes lie on a huge bay, boats are welcome to who comes around the Mediterranean. It’s likewise a pleasant place to visit as well as an agreeable area to stroll especially around the” Promenade de La Croisette”, which contain lots of restaurants, bistros, and shops. The month of may is the best moment to enjoy the Cannes Film celebration. Fans appreciate seeing celebrities artists and famous on the steps of the Palais des Festivals. The club and extravagance restaurants give a feel that Cannes is exclusive. Additionally, you can delight exploring the architecture of Le Suquet, and enjoy a drink at an outdoor terrace to see the beautiful views of the ravishing marina.View on nice port

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.View on Monaco sea

Corsica

Corsica is a French Island in the Mediterranean Sea located in the west of Italy, Southeast of the French Mainland. Corsica has an interesting history and terrific views. This Island will astound visitors due to its beauty of nature and its surroundings. You will enjoy exploring all the shorelines made up of a large number of stones in every color, with the two hundred shorelines and thousand kilometers of wonderful coastline. Explore the lovely precipices of the Calance de Piana, the extraordinary Scandola cliffs and the fascinate archeological vestiges of Filitosa.View on Corsica island

St-Jean-Cap Ferra

St- Jean-Cap Ferrat is a small organization of the Alps-Maritimes found in southeastern France. It’s one of the pleasing destinations for the European nobility and international millionaires. In 2012, Cap Ferrat was named as the second most extravagant town in the world after Monaco. The Mediterranean atmosphere is deliciously mild. There is a protected marina which attracts consistently a huge number of travelers.View on ST_JEAN_CAP_FERRA

Antibes

Antibes lies on the Mediterranean in the Cote d ‘Azure, between Nice and Cannes. It’s an exceptionally beautiful place to enjoy holidays. In the area of golf Juan-Les-pins, there are some nice scuba-diving sites. During the mid-year, Antibes is packed, mostly with French families. In the evenings, everyone goes to the restaurants in the old part of the town. Antibes is specialized in French cuisine and is focused on fresh seafood. In the old town, you can discover many restaurants, possibly hundreds of bars, Salons De Tea, and bistros around the port.View on castle in ANTIBES

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 flatbread called “Socca”, a tuna fish sandwich called “Pan Bagnat” and many other delicious dishes.View on NICE at night