Basilica Saint-Michel-Archange, Menton
Stone stairs, Eze
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The Côte d'Azur
Not only is the French Riviera synonymous with beauty, but also with possibilities. The sensations you'll experience as you explore its beaches and picturesque medieval villages will be as colorful and diverse as the array of blues of the Mediterranean water on a sunny day. The combination of historical, climatic, gastronomical and cultural factors make the Côte d'Azur one of the most famous and visited regions in the world, giving millions of tourists of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to create unforgettable experiences...
Portalet tower, St.Tropez
F1 curve, Monaco
Roman Circus, Nice
The Lemon Festival and the best restaurant in the world awaits at the last stop on the French Riviera.
Fort Carré, Antibes
Picasso Museum, Antibes
Stone facades, St. Paul de Vence
Princess Grace Rose Garden, Monaco
Russian orthodox church, Cannes
In Cimiez, Nice, you will find the statue of Queen Victoria.
She was the first monarch to popularize the Riviera as a vacation destination among the European elite, and was just one of many notable people that came soon after...
Each of the seven islands of the French Riviera has a unique story - one held the Man in the Iron Mask, one has a fortified monastery, one is nudist, and another was won in a poker game.
This section will show you a new side of the French Riviera.
The French Riviera is made up of several cities and regions, each with a rich and unique background.
The fall of Monaco at the hand of soldiers disguised as monks and the siege of Nice are only a few of the Côte d'Azur's remarkable episodes...