French Riviera coast
The French Riviera (Côte d'Azur) is the eastern section of the French coast on the Mediterranean Sea, between Theoule sur Mer and the border with Italy, practically the coast of the Alpes-Maritimes.
Since the nineteenth century is considered a tourist destination par excellence.
This stretch of coast has a mild climate thanks to its southern exposure and the protection provided by the mountains of Provence and the Alps its natural beauty and its sunny climate make it a popular tourist destination.
Among the many famous resorts on the coast, Nice can be rightly considered the capital of the Riviera.
The meeting between the two cultures, Italian and French, making it one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Seaside resort on the French Riviera, Cannes is universally known for its Film Festival and its promenade of the Croisette.
Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a true vacation spot with its two superb beaches: the bay of ants (La Baie des fourmis) and the small Africa (Petite Afrique).
A unique landscape and an excellent sea, make this small town one of the most beautiful and suggestive places of the French Riviera.
A land of geographical contrasts, Côte d'Azur offers an incredible amount of different landscapes and the possibility of varied and spectacular trails that will make your sailing holiday unforgettable.
The coast is indented: tall cones of limestone facing a crystal and deep sea; called the Calanques, gigantic and mysterious rocks that extend for 20 kilometers.
They have bizarre shapes, full of caves and crevices, where tiny hidden beaches and bays provide natural port for sailing and motor boats.
Sormiou, En-Vau and Morgiou are the most spectacular and well known natural creeks.
The coastline offers endless beaches that will satisfy every preference, from sand to rocks, stones, the gravel, the pebbles, small coves and extended bays.