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The rich and famous might have their enormous yachts and grand chateaux, but any one of us can occupy the chairs and tables in the cafes that line the promenade at St Tropez, enjoy the sunshine and ...
If you’re in Provence and missing the café culture and sophistication of Paris , head straight to Aix-en-Provence , a little piece of heaven in the south of France . Editor’s
Note: This ...
Brigitte Bardot was famously 'discovered' on the beach at St Tropez , and since the 1950's this French Riviera
resort town has been known as a playground for the international jet
set. Once a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
It’s one of the most unspoiled places on the Mediterranean, a well-kept secret so don’t tell anyone but do head there as soon as you can! Editor’s
Note: This recommendation was taken from our ...
Was Napoleon III’s wife the Empress Eugenie a surfer? Is that why, in
the mid-19th century, she insisted he develop a royal seaside resort at Biarritz , facing one of Europe’s best surf breaks? On ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, October 2011
Cover yourself in jasmine flowers and emulate Cleopatra, on the sumptuous hillside of Grasse in the French Riviera. The flowers are picked one by one to preserve their delicate essence, and the ...
Once the only thing glistening on the docks of St Tropez were fish scales, now you’re more likely to be blinded by diamonds.
It’s the little fishing village that’s grown to be a very big fish ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
5 miles (8 kms) outside Nice to the east lies Villefranche-sur-Mer. If you feel like escaping the crowds promenading along the Promenade des Anglais
beside Nice’s beachfront, hop on the ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
has the aura of wealth and glamor, but there’s more to this small
village than that annual red-carpet parade held in May. Cannes may feel
out of reach for those with a budget in mind, ...
The French Riviera is famous for its chic, picturesque coastal towns, and June or September is the perfect time to visit Cannes. The Film Festival has wrapped up and the red carpets have been rolled ...
Written by Viator, October 2012
Thanks to its picturesque setting on the Mediterranean coast, Provence, in Southern France, is blessed with a warm climate, idyllic landscape and highly fertile soils that yield a range of fresh ...
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