A mythical place known worldwide for its luxury, nightlife and beaches, the Côte d'Azur also offers a more authentic hinterland. Discover this region which has not finished revealing all its secrets ...
What makes this Region special
Land of contrasting landscapes, between sea and mountains, the Côte d'Azur is a true painter's palette, between the blue of the Mediterranean, the yellow of flowering mimosas, the green of its valleys and forests and the red of its roofs in roof tiles.
Known worldwide for the beauty of its beaches, luxury hotels and festivals, from Saint Tropez to Menton via Nice and Cannes, the Côte d'Azur promises you great discoveries!
Well Known Villages Côte d'Azur Display all (26)
The reputation of Grasse, city of perfumes since the 17th century, now world capital of perfumery, is no longer to be done.
The capital of the Côte d'Azur, renowned for its beauty, its gentle way of life, its sunny climate and its Mediterranean charm, remains one of the most popular tourist destinations because it brings together all the assets of a large city on the edge. from the sea a few kilometers from the mountain!
The ultimate dream destination! Between Hyères and Sainte-Maxime, here is the village and its adorable port which have contributed to the reputation of the Côte d'Azur. Having become the preferred vacation spot for Parisian artists and intellectuals in the 1950s, “Saint-Trop” gradually conquered the international jet-set. A place from which emanates a crazy charm!
26 kilometers from Nice, Cannes is famous the world over for its film festival. But it is also a lively and warm place of life which has preserved traces of its past. This former fishing village with an extraordinary destiny, is today a multi-faceted place, where life is good.
A stone's throw from Fréjus, this seaside resort has retained an old-fashioned charm that leaves no one indifferent. With its marinas and picturesque seaside, it is a little paradise for those who love nautical pleasures!
Between Toulon and Le Lavandou, this lively seaside resort is the southernmost town in Provence, and one of the most extensive and largest in France. “Hyères-les-Palmiers”, as it is nicknamed, offers an incredible diversity of landscapes among the most beautiful, and is especially known for its beaches and islands.
Being Marseille and Toulon, this pleasant city is the oldest seaside resort on the coast. It has become a popular resort for water sports enthusiasts. It has one of the first vineyards to have obtained a controlled designation of origin (AOC) in 1941. The reputation of Bandol wines is worldwide.
On the edge of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, Grimaud is a charming village that has preserved its medieval character. Perched on a hillside, it offers landscapes of rare beauty. A stone's throw away, Port-Grimaud is worth the detour.
Located in the far south of France, a stone's throw from the Italian border, and classified as a "resort of tourist interest", Menton, which benefits from a subtropical microclimate, is both a city of art and history, a garden city and a city of culture. Impossible not to succumb to its charm and its sweetness of life!
Not far from Nice and Antibes, this medieval city in the hinterland attracted many artists in the 20th century. Perched on the hills planted with orange and olive trees, the city enjoys an exceptional panorama of the sea and the mountains. We love Vence for the mild climate, its colors and its old village.