The French Riviera, Cote d’Azur embraces the well known towns of Monaco, Nice, Antibes and Cannes and many smaller, very beautiful areas. There is no doubt about the success of the Cote d’Azur through the world.
This sun-blest south east corner of France offers breathtaking countryside and the climate of the area is very Mediterranean. The Mediterranean is a rich and living sea, easy to explore.
There are more than 120 hill-top villages scattered all over the Cote d’Azur. Each has its own particular charm, where little crafts boutiques can be found around the bend of a narrow cobbled street like Fayence, Eze, Gourdon, Vence, Grasse and Mougins.
The historical cities have marked the history of the county of Nice and Provence and conceal a rich and interesting architectural heritage. It offers an exceptional baroque heritage to be discovered, with more than eighty monuments, churches, chapels, palaces and strongholds.
There are beautiful walking trails around Seillans with incredible views.
The villa is 35 km from the beaches as well as facilities for water skiing and windsurfing.
There are some excellent golf courses in the area including the famous Royal Mougins and St. Andreol in La Motte.
The celebrated perfume factories in Grasse
A visit to the open food market of Forville in Cannes
The glass blowing factories in Biot
A boat trip to Les Iles de Lérins and picnic on the Island
A visit to Chateau Saint Roseline (Mosaic by Chagall) in Les Arcs
combined with a visit to La Maison des Vins to taste wines also in Les Arcs
The Matisse Museum and Raoul Dufy Gallery in Nice
Visit the Maeght Gallery and shop in St. Paul de Vence
The Renoir Museum in Cagnes-sur-Mer
A day on Cannes beach, then shopping in the afternoon
The Picasso museum in Antibes
Possible trips to St. Tropez, Nice or Monte Carlo and Italy.
A must do: The Gorges du Verdon, the deepest gorge in Europe, amazing!