Romantic Exploring and Relaxing on the French Riviera
The south of France has some of the most pristine beaches, coastlines and towns that make a memorable vacation particularly romantic. Some of the most fantastic resorts in the world are located in towns along the French Riviera – easily accessible via train or car. This region is especially spectacular during the summertime because of the rich culture, cuisine, and alluring architecture.
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Where to stay
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc
Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel
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Things to do
The south of France, particularly the French Riviera, is a beautiful region. Stop by its beautiful little towns and its charming beaches to truly enjoy the glamor of the coast.
The main beach in St. Tropez is Plage de Pampelonne, where you can find turquoise blue water and dozens of lively beach clubs and restaurants. The Plage de la Baie des Milliardaires is one of the more private and secluded public beaches in Antibes, which lies on a beautiful peninsula near Cannes. This is a perfect beach for cliff jumping. Looking for a gorgeous beach, amazing for lounging under beach chairs and umbrellas with an expansive view of the surrounding bay? Take a trip out to Plage de Passable in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Finally, if you’re in Cannes, Plage Mace is a very convenient and lively (and free) beach.
You’ve seen them on Instagram, the Provence lavender fields are a true natural wonder. These iconic lavender fields bloom from mid-June to mid-August. So make your way out to the rolling lavender hills, and enjoy a picnic and the lovely scent. The Gorges du Verdon is another easy day trip from Nice to one of Europe's largest canyons with a bright blue river running in-between, perfect for hiking and water sports.
Looking to head high? Take the short hike uphill from the old town in Cannes to a scenic viewpoint at Place de la Castre overlooking the whole city and the Mediterranean Sea. You can also head out to Vieux Éze, one of the highest viewpoints in the French Riviera with gorgeous vegetation and a serene view of the town of Éze and the Mediterranean Sea.
A note from Jason
Take a day trip to Monaco to explore the famous Monte Carlo Casino, Royal Palace, Port Hercule and many more sights. If you’re looking for a more local city, take a trip to Marseille if you want a unique city feel and city.
Eat & drink
Paloma Beach Restaurant: This scenic restaurant is right on the beach of a beautiful peninsula in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France. Fantastic spot for lunch.
Eden-Roc Restaurant: Upscale restaurant with an iconic terrace overlooking the hotel's private bay and pool with delicious seafood in Antibes.
La Môme: Go here for a fun, lively dinner and drinks in the heart of Cannes.
Le Club 55: My favorite restaurant in St. Tropez for its charming beach decor, tasty seafood and party atmosphere during the summer.
Café Sénéquier: One of the most iconic cafes overlooking the St.Tropez harbor in town.
Baoli: Go here for a fun twist on Asian-fusion cuisine with a fun DJ and atmosphere in Cannes.
Flaveur: One of the best restaurants in Nice with two Michelin-stars. Great for a fancy, romantic dinner.
Carlton Beach: Mouthwatering French cuisine right on a famous beach in Cannes, ideal for a couple wanting to enjoy lunch and then tan on the beach after.
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