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Cassis

French Riviera Rhapsody

Departing from Monte Carlo
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 5-7 days

Explore the cultural richness, unwind on sun-soaked beaches, and let the Riviera's charm captivate your senses. 

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Coastal Adventures, Endless Celebration!

Embark on a mesmerizing  journey through the French Riviera, where each stop unveils a unique tapestry of coastal elegance, cultural wonders, and unforgettable moments. 

  • From the glamour of Monte Carlo to the tranquil charm of Cassis, immerse yourself in a seamless blend of opulence, history, and natural beauty.
  • Begin your odyssey in the lap of luxury, where Monte Carlo's opulent harbor, iconic Casino Square, and superyacht spectacle set the stage for a week of pure indulgence.
  • Navigate to Nice, a city that harmonizes historic allure with a modern vibe.
  • Continue to Antibes, where Picasso's legacy intertwines with the charm of the Old Town and the vibrant energy of Port Vauban. 
  • Sail to Cannes, a city synonymous with cinematic glamour.
  • Discover Saint-Tropez, a haven where iconic harbor scenes, designer boutiques, and chic beachfronts epitomize the Riviera's jet-set lifestyle.
  • Venture to Hyères, a Provençal retreat where historic streets, botanical wonders, and panoramic views offer a serene escape from the bustling coastline.
  • Conclude your odyssey in Cassis, where the picturesque harbor, dramatic Calanques, and gastronomic delights provide a perfect finale to adventure.

For those starting their boat tour in Monte Carlo, Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is the nearest point of arrival. You can quickly embark on your unforgettable sea adventure with a short transfer from the airport at the beginning of your journey. Join us on this unparalleled boat tour, where the French Riviera's diverse beauty unfolds seamlessly.

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Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo, a dazzling jewel on the French Riviera where maritime elegance meets cultural sophistication. 

Architectural Marvels  Wander through historic squares adorned with charming buildings that blend the old-world charm with modern elegance.

Cultural Havens  Visit museums that showcase a diverse array of exhibits, from contemporary art to historical artifacts. Engage with the local art scene, where galleries dot the streets, displaying the creativity of both emerging and established artists.

Scenic Retreats  Escape to scenic retreats that offer a respite from the bustling city life. Verdant gardens and parks provide a tranquil backdrop for moments of reflection and relaxation. 

Majestic Landmarks  Perched on elevated vantage points, these landmarks offer panoramic views of the azure coastline and the charming city below. Capture the essence of the principality's grandeur in every gaze.

Quaint Streets  Stroll through quaint streets and plazas that weave through Monte Carlo's urban landscape. Cafes spill onto cobblestone streets, creating a lively atmosphere where locals and visitors converge. Cruise the city's narrow streets that transform into the iconic Grand Prix circuit. Feel the adrenaline of this world-famous race route, a unique perspective best experienced from the sea. 

Monte Carlo, a tapestry of architectural beauty, cultural treasures, and scenic wonders, invites you to immerse yourself in an adventure that transcends the ordinary. 

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Monte Carlo Casino Building
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The Monte Carlo Casino is an iconic symbol of luxury and extravagance. Built in the 19th century, this elegant casino features stunning architecture, lavish interiors, and a wide range of gaming options including slot machines, table games, and poker rooms. Even if you're not into gambling, the casino's grandeur and history make it worth a visit.

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Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo
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The Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo offers a unique sensory experience blending the luxury of Monaco with the international allure of the Buddha-Bar brand. Located near the Place du Casino de Monte-Carlo, it has carved out a special niche in the Monegasque restaurant scene. Upon entering, guests are enveloped in an oriental ambiance, with a towering Buddha statue dominating the lounge-bar area. Whether enjoying expertly crafted cocktails to the beats of DJ Papa or savoring exquisite sushi by Vice-World Champion Wagner Spadacio, patrons are immersed in a warm and inviting atmosphere. The fusion of lounge, chill-out, and world music ensures an unforgettable evening, promising a journey to the Orient without leaving Monaco.

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Jardin Exotique de Monaco
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The Jardin Exotique is a botanical garden showcasing a diverse collection of succulents, cacti, and exotic plants from around the world. The garden is set on a cliffside overlooking the sea, offering breathtaking views of Monaco and the Mediterranean coastline. Visitors can wander through scenic pathways, explore underground caves, and learn about the fascinating plant species on display.

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Oceanographic Museum
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Founded by Prince Albert I in 1910, the Oceanographic Museum is a fascinating institution dedicated to marine science and oceanography. The museum features an impressive collection of marine life, including sharks, sea turtles, and tropical fish, as well as interactive exhibits, educational displays, and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Prince's Palace of Monaco
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Perched atop a rocky cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the Prince's Palace is the official residence of the Sovereign Prince of Monaco. Visitors can explore the palace's state apartments, adorned with exquisite décor, antique furniture, and impressive artworks. Don't miss the Changing of the Guard ceremony that takes place every day at 11:55 am.

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Larvotto Beach
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For those seeking relaxation, Larvotto Beach offers a glamorous and sun-soaked escape along the Mediterranean, perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or enjoying the Riviera's sunshine at beach clubs and restaurants.

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Monte Carlo Harbor
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The Monte Carlo Harbor, also known as Port Hercules, is a glamorous marina filled with luxurious yachts and sailboats. Take a leisurely stroll along the waterfront promenade, admire the impressive vessels, and soak up the vibrant atmosphere. Many waterfront cafes and restaurants offer picturesque views of the harbor, making it a popular spot for dining and people-watching.

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Blue Bay
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Situated within the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, the Blue Bay restaurant in Monaco beckons with its fusion of Asian and Caribbean culinary delights. Revered for its daring flavor combinations, impeccable hospitality, and breathtaking sea vistas, this establishment holds a prestigious Michelin star. Under the culinary helm of Chef Marcel Ravin, guests are treated to a journey of taste, where Mediterranean and Caribbean influences harmonize in every dish. Indoors, diners can witness the culinary artistry firsthand as Chef Ravin and his team craft their masterpieces with precision and flair, promising a dining experience that is both contemporary and refined.

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Le Grill
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Nestled on the 8th floor of the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Le Grill restaurant invites you to indulge in a culinary experience elevated by stunning views of the Mediterranean. In the summertime, the restaurant's roof retracts, offering the perfect setting for a delightful lunch basking in the sunshine or a romantic dinner beneath the twinkling stars.

Characterized by a refined ambiance, classic decor, and discreet yet attentive service, Le Grill exudes understated elegance and contemporary charm. The restaurant's focus lies on expertly grilled meats, showcasing a menu that has earned it a coveted Michelin star. Whether for a special occasion or a leisurely meal, Le Grill promises a dining experience that is as memorable as it is delectable.

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Beefbar
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Located along the quays of the Fontvieille marina in Monaco, Beefbar beckons with its unique meat maturing display cabinets, setting it apart from neighboring restaurants. While renowned for its exceptional beef offerings, Beefbar also tantalizes diners with a diverse menu featuring fish, street food delicacies, and hearty salads.

A haven for meat enthusiasts in Monaco, Beefbar boasts a pedigree rooted in the Giraudi Group's legacy of over 50 years in the import and export of premium meats. With such expertise behind it, it's no wonder that Beefbar has become the go-to destination for discerning palates seeking top-quality meat dishes in the heart of Monaco.

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La Note Bleue
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Established by Anne and Alain Tanzi, this beachfront restaurant stands out in Monaco for its sandy shores, providing guests with a tranquil spot to unwind following a delectable meal crafted by Chef Laurent Paya. Fusing Mediterranean influences with haute cuisine, Chef Paya delivers culinary excellence from breakfast through dinner, captivating both locals and travelers alike. With panoramic views of Pointe du Larvotto and the Mediterranean Sea, diners are treated to a picturesque backdrop conducive to relaxation. As a nod to saxophonist Barney Wilen, the owners have curated an ambiance that resonates with live music performances in the evenings, infusing the beach with a vibrant and inviting atmosphere.

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Nice

Nice, nestled on the azure shores of the French Riviera, welcomes you with open arms, showcasing an enchanting fusion of coastal elegance and timeless beauty. Explore a city that effortlessly marries rich history with modern allure, creating an atmosphere that captivates every visitor.

A Stroll Along Azure Horizons Begin your journey on the iconic Promenade des Anglais, where the Mediterranean Sea unfolds in all its glory. Whether it's a leisurely stroll, a bike ride, or simply lounging on the pebbled beaches, the promenade offers a front-row seat to the captivating panorama of Nice's coastline.

Old Town Charms Step into the heart of Nice's Old Town, Vieux Nice, where narrow cobblestone streets lead to vibrant markets, charming cafes, and colorful buildings. 

Colline du Château Views Ascend to Colline du Château for breathtaking views of Nice and the Mediterranean. A hike to this hilltop oasis rewards you with a panoramic feast for the eyes, making it an essential stop for any visitor seeking a touch of nature's grandeur.

Mediterranean Gastronomy Sample local delicacies, sip on rich coffee, and savor the moment as the world passes by in this culinary haven.

Nature's Symphony in the City Discover the unexpected at Castle Hill, where a hidden waterfall cascades amidst lush greenery. Nature's symphony plays harmoniously with the urban landscape, providing a peaceful retreat within the city. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and fragrances of Cours Saleya, Nice's famous flower market. 

Unforgettable Twilight Moments As the sun dips below the horizon, head to the Bay of Angels for a mesmerizing sunset. The azure waters reflect the warm hues of twilight, creating a magical atmosphere that lingers in your memory.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Promenade des Anglais
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The Promenade des Anglais is Nice's most famous waterfront promenade, stretching along the stunning Baie des Anges. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks, bike rides, or rollerblading along the palm-lined boulevard while taking in panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Old Town (Vieux Nice)
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Nice's Old Town is a charming labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, and bustling squares. Highlights include the vibrant Cours Saleya market, where visitors can sample local produce and browse artisanal goods, as well as the Baroque-style Cathédrale Sainte-Réparate and the picturesque Place Rossetti.

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Castle Hill (Colline du Château)
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Castle Hill offers breathtaking panoramic views of Nice and the surrounding coastline. Visitors can hike up to the top or take the elevator for a fee. At the summit, they'll find the ruins of a medieval castle, lush gardens, waterfalls, and a playground, making it a great spot for both relaxation and exploration.

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Musée Matisse
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Dedicated to the works of renowned French artist Henri Matisse, the Musée Matisse houses one of the world's largest collections of his paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Housed in a 17th-century Genoese villa in the Cimiez neighborhood, the museum offers insight into Matisse's life and artistic evolution.

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Russian Orthodox Cathedral
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The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, also known as Saint Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, is a striking landmark in Nice. Built in the early 20th century, the cathedral features stunning onion domes, colorful frescoes, and intricate mosaics. Visitors can admire the beautiful interior and attend religious services.

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Cours Saleya Market
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Cours Saleya is a vibrant open-air market located in Nice's Old Town. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and aromas of Provence as they explore stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, local delicacies, and artisanal crafts. The market is particularly lively in the mornings, making it the perfect place to experience the local culture and culinary traditions of Nice.

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Plage de Beau Rivage
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Located close to the Promenade des Anglais, Plage de Beau Rivage is one of the most popular beaches in Nice. It offers a wide stretch of soft sand and clear blue waters, with facilities such as sun loungers, umbrellas, and water sports rentals available.

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Opera Plage
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Opera Plage is another popular private beach club in Nice, known for its elegant ambiance and upscale amenities. It features a pristine beach area with sun loungers, a stylish restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, and attentive beach attendants catering to guests' needs.

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High Club
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High Club is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, energetic music, and stylish ambiance. With multiple dance floors, international DJs, and a variety of themed nights, it's a popular destination for partygoers looking to dance the night away. Additionally, High Club often hosts special events and performances featuring renowned artists and celebrities, adding to its allure as one of the best nightlife spots in Nice.

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Restaurant Pure & V
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Renowned sommelier Vanessa Massé is a master at discovering exceptional natural wines, showcasing her unparalleled expertise at Pure & V. Collaborating closely with her business partner, Finnish chef Pinja Paakkonen, who brings with her experience from a prestigious Michelin-starred restaurant in Denmark, the duo creates an extraordinary dining experience. At Pure & V, the focus is on wholesome and balanced cuisine, meticulously crafted using carefully sourced ingredients, with a spotlight on showcasing the versatility and freshness of vegetables. Together, Massé and Paakkonen offer a culinary journey that celebrates the harmony between exceptional wines and innovative, vegetable-centric dishes.

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Restaurant JAN
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Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen, a dynamic and youthful South African, has led a multifaceted life, from his tenure as a chef aboard private yachts in Monaco to his role as a photojournalist for a renowned magazine. Now, in his cozy and romantic eatery nestled near the port, he unveils his culinary prowess through creative and personalized cuisine. Offering a single set menu without choices, comprising five or seven courses, Chef Jan plays with delightful sweet and sour combinations, and explores smoky, spicy, and acidic flavors, providing a captivating glimpse into South African gastronomy. His culinary creations have garnered acclaim among visitors to the French Riviera. In celebration of his tenth anniversary, Chef Jan has expanded his culinary empire with the opening of a cheese bar opposite his restaurant, boasting a curated selection of twenty distinct cheeses, complemented by an array of beverages, preserves, and dried fruits. Encouraging guests to embark on a sensory journey, the cheese bar adds an extra layer of originality to the dining experience.

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La Petite Maison
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La Petite Maison is a well-known restaurant in Nice, France, celebrated for its Nicoise and Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, excellent service, and a menu that features fresh, local ingredients prepared in traditional and innovative ways. Dishes often highlight seafood, fresh vegetables, and regional specialties, embodying the flavors and culinary heritage of the French Riviera. La Petite Maison has earned a reputation not only for its food but also for its charming setting and warm hospitality, making it a favored spot for both locals and visitors to Nice.
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Flaveur
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Flaveur, located in Nice, France, is a distinguished restaurant known for its gastronomic excellence and innovation. It has garnered attention for its meticulous approach to cuisine, emphasizing the depth of flavor and the quality of ingredients. The restaurant often features creative dishes that are inspired by both local and international culinary traditions, with a strong focus on seasonal and high-quality products.

The chefs at Flaveur are known for their ability to blend traditional techniques with modern culinary innovation, resulting in a unique dining experience. The ambiance of the restaurant is designed to complement the culinary artistry, offering guests a sophisticated yet comfortable setting in which to enjoy their meal.

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Le Bar des Oiseaux
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Nestled within a charming corner house, Armand Crespo's "Bird Bar" is a hidden gem sure to delight discerning food enthusiasts. Offering a fusion of fine traditional French delicacies such as brandade and bourride, alongside delectable artisanal pasta creations, this establishment promises a culinary experience that transcends expectations. Guests can indulge in expertly crafted dishes that showcase the richness of French culinary tradition, elevated by Chef Crespo's innovative twists and dedication to using premium, locally sourced ingredients. With its cozy ambiance and tantalizing menu, Bird Bar invites diners to spread their culinary wings and embark on a gastronomic journey filled with delightful surprises at every turn.

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Antibes

Antibes, nestled along the azure shores of the Mediterranean, unfolds as a captivating tapestry of history, seaside allure, and Provençal charm.

Historic Old Town Charms  Step into the heart of Antibes with a visit to its historic Old Town. Wander through narrow cobblestone streets lined with vibrant markets, charming cafes, and centuries-old buildings. Feel the essence of Provençal life in every corner.

Picasso's Haven Antibes is a haven for art enthusiasts. Explore the Picasso Museum, located within the Château Grimaldi, where the artist once found inspiration. Marvel at the collection of Picasso's works amidst the medieval walls and enjoy panoramic views of the sea.

Port Vauban Marvels  Discover the maritime splendor of Port Vauban, one of the largest marinas in the Mediterranean. Stroll along the quays, where luxurious yachts share the harbor with traditional fishing boats. The vibrant atmosphere and stunning views make it a must-visit destination.

Sandy Beach Bliss  Relax on the sandy beaches that fringe the Antibes coastline. From family-friendly stretches to more secluded coves, the Mediterranean beckons for a refreshing dip or a leisurely day under the sun. Let the soothing sound of the waves complete your coastal escape.

Provencal Gastronomy Delights  Indulge your taste buds in Antibes' culinary scene, where Provençal flavors come to life. Quaint bistros and seaside restaurants offer a delectable array of local dishes. Savor fresh seafood, aromatic herbs, and the finest olive oils, capturing the essence of Mediterranean gastronomy.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Old Town (Vieil Antibes)
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Antibes' charming Old Town is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and picturesque squares. Visitors can explore medieval alleyways, admire colorful facades, and discover hidden gems such as the 16th-century Grimaldi Castle, which houses the Picasso Museum showcasing works by the legendary artist.

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Cap d'Antibes
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Cap d'Antibes is a scenic peninsula dotted with luxury villas, lush gardens, and pristine beaches. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the coastal path known as the Sentier du Littoral, offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding coastline. Don't miss the chance to visit the iconic Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, a legendary hotel frequented by celebrities and jet-setters.

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Port Vauban
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Port Vauban is one of the largest marinas in Europe, home to a vibrant mix of luxury yachts, sailboats, and fishing vessels. Visitors can admire the impressive array of boats, soak up the lively atmosphere, and enjoy waterfront dining at one of the many restaurants and cafes lining the harbor.

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Fort Carré
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Fort Carré is a historic fortress perched on a hill overlooking the port of Antibes. Built by King Henry II in the 16th century, the fort offers panoramic views of the sea and the surrounding area. Visitors can explore the ramparts, bastions, and underground tunnels, as well as learn about the fort's fascinating history through informative exhibits and guided tours.

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Marché Provençal
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Antibes' vibrant Provençal market, located in the heart of the Old Town, is a must-visit for food lovers and culture enthusiasts. Here, visitors can browse stalls brimming with fresh produce, local delicacies, artisanal products, and handmade crafts. The market's lively atmosphere, colorful displays, and enticing aromas make it a sensory delight for all who visit.

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Musée Picasso
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Housed in the Château Grimaldi in Old Town Antibes, the Musée Picasso is a must-visit for art enthusiasts. The museum showcases an extensive collection of works by Pablo Picasso, who lived and worked in Antibes for a brief period in 1946. Visitors can admire Picasso's paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and drawings, as well as explore the charming surroundings of the historic castle.

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Plage Keller
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Situated on the prestigious Cap d'Antibes peninsula, Plage Keller offers an exclusive and upscale beach experience. Visitors can enjoy pristine white sand, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious amenities such as plush sun loungers, cabanas, and beachside service. The beach also features a chic beach club and restaurant, where guests can indulge in gourmet cuisine, refreshing cocktails, and panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. 

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Restaurant L’Arazur
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Offering inventive Mediterranean and French fusion dishes, L’Arazur is noted for its beautiful setting, including a stone cellar and terrace, making it a great choice for a memorable dining experience.

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Louroc
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Located inside the prestigious Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Louroc offers Provençal-inspired dishes with an exceptional service and atmosphere, perfect for a special night out.


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Bistro Chez Jules
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This cozy bistro specializes in classic French dishes like escargots and coq au vin, boasting fresh vegetables grown on their farm and a welcoming staff. Michelin star restaurant is part of a convivial little hub for gourmets, complete with café, grocery shop and bistro.

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Le Vauban
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For those interested in creative French cooking, Le Vauban offers dishes such as roasted pigeon with lavender honey, combining traditional flavors with inventive twists.

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Nacional Trattoria
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A popular spot for Italian cuisine lovers, Nacional Trattoria serves a variety of delicious pasta, pizza, and seafood options.

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Cannes

Cannes, nestled along the sun-kissed French Riviera, beckons with an irresistible blend of sophistication, natural beauty, and cultural richness. This coastal haven is not just a destination; it's an experience, where each moment is infused with a touch of glamour and Mediterranean charm.

The Pulsating Heart of Cannes Embark on a leisurely stroll along the iconic Boulevard de la Croisette, where palm-lined promenades lead to exclusive boutiques, upscale hotels, and golden beaches. Here, style is not just a choice; it's a way of life.

Where Stardom Takes Center Stage Immerse yourself in the glitz and glamour of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes' legendary venue for film festivals and cultural events. Walk the red carpet or explore the footsteps of cinematic legends in this iconic cultural hub.

Mediterranean Gastronomy Indulge your taste buds in the exquisite flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. Cannes offers a culinary symphony with its Michelin-starred restaurants, local bistros, and seaside cafes. From fresh seafood to gourmet delights, every meal is a celebration of Mediterranean gastronomy.

Shopping Paradise Rue d'Antibes, Cannes' premier shopping street, invites you to a world of luxury and style. Explore chic boutiques, international brands, and designer stores, offering everything from high-end fashion to exclusive accessories.

Nightlife Glamour As the sun sets, Cannes transforms into a glittering spectacle of lights. Experience the vibrant nightlife in sophisticated bars, trendy clubs, and glamorous casinos. Your night out in Cannes is a fusion of elegance and excitement.

Museums and Art Galleries Delve into the cultural richness of Cannes through its museums and art galleries. From the Musée de la Castre atop the Old Town to contemporary art spaces, Cannes weaves a tapestry of artistic expression.

Relaxation with a View Unwind on Cannes' pristine beaches, where the azure Mediterranean waters meet golden sands. Whether you seek tranquil moments or engage in water sports, the beaches of Cannes offer a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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La Croisette
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La Croisette is Cannes' most famous waterfront promenade, lined with palm trees, luxury boutiques, and prestigious hotels. Visitors can stroll along the promenade, admire the elegant architecture, and enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. La Croisette is also home to Cannes' iconic Film Festival, held annually at the Palais des Festivals.

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Plage Goéland
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Situated on the prestigious Boulevard de la Croisette, Plage Goéland offers an exclusive and upscale beach experience. Visitors can enjoy pristine white sand, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious amenities such as plush sun loungers, private cabanas, and attentive beach attendants catering to guests' every need. The beach also features a chic beach club and restaurant serving gourmet cuisine and refreshing cocktails.

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Le Suquet
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Le Suquet is Cannes' charming Old Town, perched atop a hill overlooking the city and the sea. Visitors can wander through narrow cobblestone streets, explore historic buildings, and discover quaint cafes and boutiques. Highlights include the Musée de la Castre, housed in a medieval castle, and the Notre-Dame de l'Espérance church.

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Palais des Festivals et des Congrès
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The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès is Cannes' major convention center and the venue for the renowned Cannes Film Festival. Visitors can walk the iconic red carpet, explore exhibition spaces, and learn about the history of the film industry at the onsite museum. The Palais also hosts various events and conferences throughout the year.

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Île Sainte-Marguerite
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Île Sainte-Marguerite is one of the Lérins Islands located just off the coast of Cannes. Visitors can take a short ferry ride to the island and explore its natural beauty, including pine forests, sandy beaches, and scenic walking trails. The island is also home to the Fort Royal, where the famous "Man in the Iron Mask" was imprisoned.

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Marché Forville
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Marché Forville is Cannes' bustling indoor market, offering a wide variety of fresh produce, local delicacies, and artisanal goods. Visitors can browse stalls selling fruits, vegetables, cheese, meats, flowers, and more, and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of this lively market. Marché Forville is a great place to experience the flavors and aromas of Provence.
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Musée de la Castre
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Musée de la Castre is a fascinating museum located in the historic Le Suquet neighborhood. Housed in a medieval castle, the museum features a diverse collection of art and artifacts from around the world, including pre-Columbian objects, Mediterranean antiquities, and ethnographic displays. Visitors can also climb the museum's tower for panoramic views of Cannes and the surrounding area, making it a must-visit attraction for history and culture enthusiasts.

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Table 22
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Chef David Faure's restaurant, Mantel, is renowned for its contemporary French cuisine with a creative twist. Located in the heart of Cannes, it offers a cozy and intimate dining atmosphere, focusing on fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

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Aux Bons Enfants
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Aux Bons Enfants is a distinguished restaurant in Cannes that has garnered attention for its homestyle Provençal cuisine. The restaurant is a family-run establishment, with culinary traditions passed down through three generations, indicating a strong dedication to quality and tradition in their dishes.

The Michelin Guide recognizes Aux Bons Enfants for offering good quality, good value cooking, further emphasizing its commitment to providing an excellent dining experience without breaking the bank.

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La Villa Archange
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La Villa Archange in Le Cannet is a distinguished restaurant recognized for its excellence in French cuisine, meriting two Michelin stars. This accolade is a testament to the restaurant's exceptional cooking and the high-quality experience it offers. The ambiance of La Villa Archange reflects its dedication to classical French gastronomy, with a focus on precision, sophistication, and the celebration of traditional flavors through masterful execution. Housed in an 18th-century Provencal building, La Villa Archange provides a setting that blends historical elegance with contemporary dining excellence. 

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Saint Raphael

Saint-Raphaël, a captivating jewel nestled on the French Riviera, where sun-kissed beaches, azure waters, and a rich tapestry of culture beckon travelers to indulge in the essence of Mediterranean sophistication.

Golden Beaches

Saint-Raphaël boasts golden beaches that stretch along the coastline, inviting you to unwind under the Mediterranean sun. Sink your toes into the warm sand and embrace the idyllic charm of the French Riviera's pristine shores.

Esterel Massif

Explore the dramatic landscapes of the Esterel Massif, a red-hued mountain range that provides a stunning backdrop to Saint-Raphaël. Hike through scenic trails, offering panoramic views of the Mediterranean and the coastal town below. Discover ancient chapels, vibrant markets, and quaint squares that echo with the town's rich history.

Vibrant Port

Saint-Raphaël's port is a lively hub of maritime activity, where sailboats and yachts create a picturesque scene. Enjoy waterfront dining, explore charming boutiques, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this coastal gem.

Cultural Experiences

Immerse yourself in cultural experiences, from art galleries to open-air concerts. Saint-Raphaël's vibrant cultural scene offers a blend of traditional Provençal influences and contemporary expressions.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Saint-Raphaël Vieux Port (Old Port)
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The Old Port of Saint-Raphaël is a charming waterfront area lined with colorful buildings, fishing boats, and waterfront cafes. The Old Port is also a popular spot for dining and people-watching, with plenty of restaurants serving fresh seafood and traditional Provencal cuisine.

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Massif de l'Esterel
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The Massif de l'Esterel is a stunning natural park located near Saint-Raphaël, known for its rugged red rock formations, dense forests, and scenic hiking trails. Visitors can explore the park on foot, by mountain bike, or even on horseback, taking in breathtaking views of the Mediterranean coastline and the surrounding countryside. Highlights include the dramatic Corniche d'Or coastal road and the iconic Pic du Cap Roux peak.

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Agay Beach Club
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Their team provides with the latest equipment and unusual adventure programs, to live a different nautical experience at the foot of the red rocks of the Estérel. The ideal place to enjoy a moment of relaxation on the water in an idyllic setting.

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Plage du Veillat
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Plage du Veillat is one of the most popular beaches in Saint-Raphaël, offering golden sands, calm waters, and a range of amenities. Visitors can relax on the beach, swim in the clear blue sea, or try their hand at water sports such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and windsurfing. The beach is also conveniently located near the town center, making it easily accessible for visitors.

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Basilique Notre-Dame de la Victoire
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The Basilique Notre-Dame de la Victoire is a historic church located in the heart of Saint-Raphaël. Built in the 19th century, the basilica is known for its striking Byzantine-style architecture, colorful mosaics, and ornate interior. Visitors can admire the beautiful artwork, attend mass, or simply enjoy a moment of peace and reflection in this tranquil sanctuary.

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Jardin Bonaparte (Bonaparte Gardens)
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Jardin Bonaparte is a charming public garden located near the Old Port of Saint-Raphaël. Named after Napoleon Bonaparte, who once stayed in the town, the garden features lush greenery, exotic plants, and scenic viewpoints overlooking the sea. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the gardens, relax on shady benches, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the town center.

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Cap Dramont
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Cap Dramont is a rugged headland located just east of Saint-Raphaël, known for its stunning coastal scenery and historical landmarks. Visitors can hike along the coastal path, taking in panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding coastline. Highlights include the iconic Semaphore Tower, built in the 19th century to signal incoming ships, and the secluded Plage de la Tortue beach, accessible only by foot or boat. Cap Dramont is a great destination for nature lovers, history enthusiasts, and outdoor adventurers alike.

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Le Bougainvillier
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Set in the enchanting location of La Villa Mauresque, Le Bougainvillier offers a terrace with stunning sea views and an exotic garden. The cuisine is Mediterranean-inspired, focusing on local produce to create flavorful dishes. It's an ideal spot for those seeking meticulously cooked meals in a picturesque setting.

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Récif
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Located within a waterfront hotel, Récif offers a magical dining experience with a roof terrace overlooking the Mediterranean and the Île d'Or. Chef José Bailly draws inspiration from Provençal cuisine, focusing on locally sourced ingredients to create modern and occasionally inventive dishes. The emphasis is on plants and seafood, offering a poetic and creative culinary experience.

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Clos Séméria
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While specific details about Clos Séméria were not directly mentioned, its inclusion among the top restaurants in various listings indicates it's highly regarded for its culinary offerings. Typically, restaurants of this caliber focus on quality, locally sourced ingredients, and innovative dishes that highlight the region's flavors.

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Saint-Tropez

Saint-Tropez, nestled on the sun-kissed shores of the French Riviera, beckons with its blend of glamour, vibrant energy, and coastal serenity. 

Iconic Harbor Vibes  Saint-Tropez's harbor is an iconic canvas of luxury yachts, fishing boats, and historic charm. Stroll along the quays, where the Mediterranean breeze carries whispers of the town's maritime legacy. It's a vibrant scene that captures the essence of Saint-Tropez's glamorous reputation.

Chic Boutiques and Markets  Explore the chic boutiques and bustling markets that line Saint-Tropez's charming streets. From high-end fashion to local crafts, the town invites you to indulge in a shopping experience that reflects both elegance and Provençal flair.

Citadel Panoramas  Ascend to the Citadel for panoramic views that extend over Saint-Tropez and the glittering sea beyond. This historic fortress offers a glimpse into the town's past while providing a breathtaking backdrop for your Riviera escape.

Pampelonne Beach Bliss  Relax on the sun-drenched shores of Pampelonne Beach, where golden sands meet the azure sea. This iconic stretch offers both lively beach clubs and more secluded spots, inviting you to unwind and savor the Mediterranean ambiance.

Gastronomic Delights  Indulge your taste buds in Saint-Tropez's gastronomic scene, where seaside restaurants and charming cafes showcase Provençal flavors. From fresh seafood to local wines, every culinary experience is a celebration of the town's coastal bounty.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Vieux Port Saint-Tropez
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The Vieux Port of Saint-Tropez is the heart of the town, known for its picturesque harbor filled with luxury yachts and traditional fishing boats. The Vieux Port is also a popular spot for dining, shopping, and people-watching, with plenty of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques lining the quayside.

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Place des Lices
4.9

Place des Lices is a charming square located in the center of Saint-Tropez, surrounded by plane trees and traditional Provencal buildings. The square hosts a lively open-air market twice a week, where visitors can browse stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, clothing, and souvenirs. Place des Lices is also a popular gathering spot for locals and visitors, who come to enjoy a game of boules (petanque) or sip a coffee at one of the sidewalk cafes.

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Citadelle de Saint-Tropez
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The Citadelle de Saint-Tropez is a historic fortress perched on a hill overlooking the town and the Mediterranean Sea. Built in the 17th century to protect the town from invaders, the citadel offers panoramic views of Saint-Tropez and the surrounding coastline. Visitors can explore the fortress's ramparts, visit the Maritime Museum housed within its walls, and learn about the town's maritime history. The Citadelle is also a popular spot for cultural events and exhibitions.

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Pampelonne Beach
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Plage de Pampelonne is one of the most famous beaches on the French Riviera, located just outside Saint-Tropez. This long stretch of golden sand is lined with exclusive beach clubs, restaurants, and bars, making it a hotspot for sunbathing, swimming, and celebrity spotting. Visitors can rent sun loungers and umbrellas, enjoy water sports activities, or simply relax and soak up the glamorous atmosphere of Pampelonne Beach.

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Museum of Annonciade
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The Musée de l'Annonciade is a renowned art museum located in a former chapel overlooking the Vieux Port of Saint-Tropez. The museum houses a significant collection of modern art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with works by artists such as Paul Signac, Henri Matisse, and Pierre Bonnard. Visitors can admire the vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes of the paintings, as well as learn about the artistic heritage of Saint-Tropez and its role in the development of modern art movements such as Fauvism and Pointillism.

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Saint-Tropez Market
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The Saint-Tropez Market is a bustling outdoor market held every Tuesday and Saturday in the Place des Lices. Visitors can explore stalls selling a variety of goods, including fresh produce, local specialties, artisanal crafts, clothing, and accessories. The market offers a vibrant atmosphere and provides an opportunity to experience the local culture and flavors of Saint-Tropez. Whether browsing for souvenirs or sampling delicious treats, the Saint-Tropez Market is a must-visit for travelers seeking an authentic taste of the town.

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Plage de Tahiti
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Situated on the iconic Pampelonne Beach, Plage de Tahiti exudes an exclusive and upscale ambiance. This beach is renowned for its pristine white sands, crystal-clear waters, and chic beach clubs that cater to the rich and famous. Visitors can rent plush sun loungers and umbrellas, indulge in gourmet cuisine and premium drinks served directly to their sunbeds, and enjoy VIP amenities such as concierge service and luxury yacht mooring. Plage de Tahiti epitomizes the glamorous lifestyle of Saint-Tropez and is a favored destinatio

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Arcadia
4.9

Expertly overseen by Chef Nicola Canuti, Arcadia restaurant stands out as one of the exquisite dining options at the renowned Byblos Saint-Tropez. Nestled by the poolside of this legendary palace, amidst the vibrant village of Saint-Tropez, patrons can indulge in a lunch brimming with Mediterranean delights. Chef Canuti highlights local seafood and regional ingredients, infusing each dish with the essence of the Riviera. The cuisine, prepared over an open flame, exudes rustic charm, while the menu emphasizes communal dining with offerings like garden bowls and salads featuring fresh produce from the hotel's own gardens.

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Caprice Des Deux St-Tropez
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Situated in the heart of Saint-Tropez, the Caprice des Deux restaurant, managed by the Avelin family, epitomizes timeless elegance and culinary excellence. Here, traditions are revered, with a menu that pays homage to the rich heritage of French gastronomy. Each dish is meticulously crafted to showcase the finest local ingredients, from seasonal delicacies like truffles and snails to zucchini flowers. Nestled in a quaint alley just steps away from the iconic Place des Lices, the restaurant exudes charm and sophistication, offering patrons a warm and inviting ambiance to enjoy their dining experience.
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Bello Visto
4.9

Bello Visto is a restaurant located in Gassin, near Saint-Tropez, known for its modern cuisine. It offers a superb dining experience with a focus on modern interpretations of traditional dishes. The restaurant is celebrated for its exceptional location that provides stunning views over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the surrounding Alps, making it a picturesque spot for a meal. The MICHELIN Guide highlights Bello Visto for its modern cuisine, suggesting a culinary experience that is both innovative and rooted in the rich culinary traditions of the region.

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Hyeres

Hyères, with its historic charm, botanical wonders, panoramic views, coastal serenity, and artistic ambiance, invites you to immerse yourself in a Mediterranean haven. 

Historic Old Town Charms  In the heart of Hyères lies its historic Old Town, a labyrinth of narrow streets adorned with pastel-hued buildings. Wander through medieval squares, where the echoes of the past harmonize with the gentle hum of modern life.

Exquisite Gardens and Palm Trees Discover the exquisite gardens that grace Hyères, punctuated by the iconic presence of palm trees. The Mediterranean climate nurtures a botanical paradise, inviting you to stroll amid vibrant blooms and lush greenery.

Medieval Castle Perched atop a hill, the medieval castle of Hyères offers panoramic views of the town and the azure sea. Explore the historic fortress, where the past unfolds amidst ancient walls and captivating vistas.

Seaside Tranquility at Giens Peninsula  Escape to the Giens Peninsula for a taste of coastal tranquility. Pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters surround this natural gem, providing a serene setting for relaxation and water-based activities.

Artistic Inspiration Hyères has long been a source of inspiration for artists. Embrace the town's creative spirit by exploring local galleries and cultural venues, where contemporary and traditional art converge.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Golden Islands
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The Hyères Islands, also known as the Îles d'Hyères or the Golden Isles, consist of three main islands: Porquerolles, Port-Cros, and Île du Levant. These islands are renowned for their stunning natural beauty, pristine beaches, and diverse marine life. Visitors can take boat trips to explore the islands, hike scenic trails, swim in secluded coves, and enjoy water sports such as snorkeling and diving. The Hyères Islands offer a peaceful escape from the mainland and are a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

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Villa Noailles
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Villa Noailles is a historic mansion located in the heart of Hyères, designed by the renowned architect Robert Mallet-Stevens in the 1920s. The villa hosts exhibitions, art installations, and cultural events throughout the year, showcasing contemporary art, design, and architecture. Visitors can explore the villa's striking modernist architecture, landscaped gardens, and art-filled interiors, as well as attend guided tours and workshops. Villa Noailles is a must-visit destination for art and design enthusiasts.

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Old Town (Vieux Hyères)
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The Old Town of Hyères is a charming medieval quarter characterized by narrow cobblestone streets, ancient churches, and colorful Provencal houses. Visitors can wander through the historic streets, admire the architecture, and discover hidden squares and fountains. Highlights include the 12th-century Castle of Hyères, the Saint-Louis Church, and the vibrant market square, where locals sell fresh produce, flowers, and regional specialties. The Old Town offers a glimpse into Hyères' rich history and cultural heritage.

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Jardins Olbius Riquier
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Jardins Olbius Riquier is a beautiful botanical garden located in the heart of Hyères. Established in the 19th century, the garden features a diverse collection of exotic plants, palm trees, and tropical flowers, as well as ponds, waterfalls, and shady pathways. Visitors can stroll through the garden, relax in peaceful green spaces, and admire rare and endangered plant species from around the world. Jardins Olbius Riquier is a tranquil oasis in the city and offers a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle.

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L'Enotéca
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L'Enoteca in Hyères is a charming restaurant that stands out for its culinary talent and ambition. This establishment marks the first venture of a young couple, bringing together premium ingredients to create flavorful dishes that beautifully balance the culinary traditions of southwest France and Provence. The ambiance of the restaurant is enhanced by its welcoming atmosphere and the inclusion of a terrace, making it a delightful place for diners seeking both comfort and a refined dining experience.

The Michelin Guide's recognition of L'Enoteca underscores the quality and creativity of its cuisine, as well as its commitment to sourcing high-quality ingredients for its enticing menu. The restaurant's location in Hyères adds to its appeal, offering visitors a chance to explore the region's culinary delights in a warm and professional setting.

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Restaurant la Colombe
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La Colombe in Hyères is recognized for its traditional cuisine, offering a menu that blends classic flavors with contemporary touches. It stands out for its culinary craftsmanship and use of high-quality ingredients, providing guests with a memorable dining experience. This restaurant is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of the region, making it a must-visit for those seeking authentic and sophisticated dishes in Hyères.

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Le Jardin
4.9

Nestled in the heart of Hyeres, a picturesque town on the French Riviera, Le Jardin Restaurant beckons diners with its enchanting ambiance and exquisite cuisine. Situated amidst lush greenery and blooming flowers, Le Jardin offers guests a serene and charming setting to indulge in a culinary journey like no other. Led by renowned chef Jean-Pierre, Le Jardin's menu is a testament to the region's rich gastronomic heritage, featuring a delightful array of Provencal dishes crafted with the freshest local ingredients. 

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Cassis

Cassis, with its harbor delights, Calanques wonders, Old Town charm, culinary treasures, and natural vistas, invites you to embrace the serenity of a seaside symphony.

Quaint Harbor Delights  Cassis' harbor is a postcard-perfect scene, where colorful fishing boats sway gently in the Mediterranean breeze. Explore the quays lined with cafes and boutiques, capturing the essence of the town's maritime spirit.

Calanques Marvels  Embark on a journey to the Calanques, dramatic limestone inlets that frame Cassis' coastline. Cruise along the azure waters, surrounded by towering cliffs and hidden beaches, for a nature-infused adventure.

Old Town Charms  Stroll through the charming streets of Cassis' Old Town, where pastel-hued buildings and artisan shops beckon. The ambiance is a delightful blend of Provençal authenticity and a welcoming sense of community. Wine and Gastronomy  Indulge in the local flavors of Cassis, renowned for its white wine and Mediterranean cuisine. Waterfront restaurants offer a gastronomic journey where fresh seafood and regional specialties grace your palate.

Cap Canaille Vista Ascend to Cap Canaille for panoramic views that stretch across the Cassis coastline. This rugged headland provides a breathtaking backdrop, inviting you to savor the beauty of the Mediterranean meeting the land.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Calanques National Park
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Calanques National Park is one of the most stunning natural attractions in Cassis. Stretching along the Mediterranean coast between Marseille and Cassis, the park is famous for its rugged limestone cliffs, hidden coves, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Visitors can explore the park on foot, by boat, or even kayak, and discover breathtaking landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and pristine beaches.

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Cap Canaille
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Cap Canaille is the highest sea cliff in France, towering over the town of Cassis and offering spectacular panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding coastline. Visitors can drive or hike to the summit of Cap Canaille to admire the breathtaking scenery and take in the beauty of the rugged landscape.

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Port-Miou
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Port-Miou is a picturesque harbor located on the outskirts of Cassis, known for its tranquil waters and colorful fishing boats. Surrounded by high cliffs and lush vegetation, Port-Miou is a popular spot for boating, sailing, and fishing.

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Cassis Old Town
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Cassis Old Town is a charming medieval quarter characterized by narrow cobblestone streets, pastel-colored houses, and bustling squares. Visitors can wander through the winding streets, browse local shops and boutiques, and admire historic landmarks such as the 13th-century Cassis Castle and the Church of St. Michel. The Old Town is also home to a variety of cafes, restaurants, and galleries, where visitors can sample local cuisine and artisanal products.

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La Villa Madie
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Perched atop the cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, La Villa Madie offers a truly unforgettable dining experience. Led by acclaimed chef Dimitri Droisneau, this Michelin-starred restaurant showcases the finest ingredients from the region in innovative and exquisite dishes. Guests can savor the flavors of Provence while enjoying panoramic views of the coastline from the restaurant's elegant terrace.

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Restaurant Le Chaudron
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Tucked away in the heart of Cassis's charming old town, Le Chaudron is a hidden gem beloved by locals and visitors alike. This cozy bistro-style restaurant exudes warmth and hospitality, serving up classic Provençal fare with a modern twist. From hearty bouillabaisse to delicate seafood risotto, each dish at Le Chaudron is crafted with care and attention to detail.

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Chez Gilbert
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Situated along the bustling port of Cassis, Chez Gilbert is a beloved institution known for its fresh seafood and vibrant atmosphere. With its colorful façade and lively outdoor terrace, this family-owned restaurant exudes Mediterranean charm. Guests can feast on an array of seafood specialties, including the famous bouillabaisse, while soaking in the sights and sounds of the bustling harbor.

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