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About French Riviera

The French Riviera or Côte d’Azur is one of the most diverse regions of France. Its magnificent coastal cities are considered to be among the most glamorous areas in the world. They are popular with the wealthy people from all over the world. But it is not only the international jet set that has settled here. The breathtaking nature and the typical French way of life make the Côte d’Azur a holiday paradise that captivates travellers, as well as artists.

Besides the world famous cities there are also lots of fishing villages and medieval pilgrimage sites worth visiting. For those who are interested in art and culture, the French Riviera offers diverse variety of numerous art galleries, exhibitions and museums. There you will encounter numerous works of art by contemporary artists.

Places like Nice, Cannes or Saint Tropez fascinate visitors with their picturesque Mediterranean coastal lines that flair and glamour. But you can also visit less known places such as a small holiday village Port Grimaud, which will remind you of Venice with its mixture of canals and bridges. The Royal Valley is equally attractive. Antibes, Mougins, Saint Paul De Vence, Villefranche Sur Mer, Theoule Sur Mer are some of the towns that make a visit to the French Riviera an unforgettable experience.

Things to do in French Riviera

Carnival of Nice
The most important carnival of France takes place in Nice annually. It lasts for about a fortnight – from February 13th to March 1st. The carnival attracts thousands of people to the streets of the city. Massena is one of the most popular Venues of the carnival, where locals and visitors come together. Around 100,000 light bulbs together with electric garlands over a range of ten kilometres are used to decorate the city.

Palais des Papes
At the beginning of the 14th century Pope Clement the fifth settled in Avignon and transformed the formerly quiet town into a lively place. The sleepy provincial town became the center of global publicity and the appearance of Avignon changed radically. Today it is a unique architectural ensemble that has become the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Eating at the Suquet in Cannes 
A very nice place not to be missed is the old part of Cannes: the Suquet, which offers a wide range of restaurants. In the evening it is pleasant to stroll through this little street while choosing the right spot to have a meal.

Sports and natural activities
Clear blue skies, an enchanting natural landscape and a gentle climate make the Côte d’Azur a paradise for outdoor sports fans. Aside from its coastal line, which is great for water sports, the French Riviera is also a destination of choice for outdoor and extreme sports lovers.

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