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Villefranche-sur-Mer
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Cap Martin
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Bordighera, Italy
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Liguria

Riviera Bliss Discovery from France To Italy

Departing from Bormes-les-Mimosas
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 7-10 days

Dive into the captivating tale of our coastal journey, where the sea breeze whispers timeless charm, cultural richness, and vibrant hues along the Mediterranean shores. Join us for an enjoyable discovery of the colorful Riviera.

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Toulon Hyères Airport
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Unveil the Coastal Canvas!

Embark on a Mediterranean odyssey, where the azure waters of Hyères set the stage for a journey through coastal elegance. Sail to the glamorous shores of St. Tropez, dance along the Lerins Islands' pristine melody, and discover the timeless allure of Villefranche-sur-Mer. Cap Martin unfolds as a hidden gem, and Bordighera offers a floral masterpiece. Finally, explore the coastal haven where Liguria's seaside splendor meets timeless charm. 

This boat tour promises an enchanting blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and the authentic allure of the French and Italian Riviera. For those starting their boat tour in Hyeres, Toulon Hyeres 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. 

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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
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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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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
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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
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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
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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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Lerins Islands

Lerins Islands, cradled just off the coast of Cannes, stand as a pristine archipelago, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in the unspoiled beauty of the Mediterranean. Comprising Île Sainte-Marguerite and Île Saint-Honorat, these islands offer a harmonious blend of nature, culture, and tranquil opportunities.

Nature's Embrace

Discover a sanctuary of natural wonders as you explore lush landscapes, scenic trails, and hidden coves adorned with crystal-clear waters. The Lerins Islands, with their diverse flora and fauna, provide an escape into the untouched beauty of the Mediterranean.

Cultural Serenity

Step into a world where history and spirituality intertwine. Île Sainte-Marguerite boasts the mysterious Fort Royal, echoing with centuries-old tales, while Île Saint-Honorat is home to the serene Lérins Abbey—a haven of tranquility and a testament to the islands' cultural richness.

Seaside Escapes

Cruise around the Lerins Islands to discover secluded beaches and pristine shores, perfect for moments of relaxation and enjoyment. The islands' crystal waters and hidden coves create an idyllic setting for those seeking a peaceful escape.

Gastronomic Delights

Indulge in the flavors of the Mediterranean at local restaurants, offering fresh seafood, Provençal specialties, and panoramic views of the surrounding sea. 

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Saint-Honorat
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The second largest of the Lérins Islands, Île Saint-Honorat is known for its tranquil atmosphere and historic monastery. The island is home to the Lérins Abbey, a 5th-century monastery that has been inhabited by monks for over a millennium. Visitors can explore the abbey's chapel, cloisters, and gardens, as well as sample the monks' handmade products, including wine, liqueur, and honey. Île Saint-Honorat also offers beautiful walking trails, secluded beaches, and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Sainte-Marguerite
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The largest of the Lérins Islands, Île Sainte-Marguerite is famous for its natural landscapes and historic landmarks. Visitors can explore the island's dense forests, scenic walking trails, and beautiful beaches. The main attraction on Île Sainte-Marguerite is the Fort Royal, a 17th-century fortress that once served as a prison for the mysterious "Man in the Iron Mask." Today, the fort houses the Musée de la Mer (Sea Museum), which exhibits artifacts recovered from shipwrecks in the area.

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La Guérite
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To make your dining experience unforgettable and savor the heights of pleasure, La Guérite welcomes you at D Maris Bay. La Guérite, synonymous with culinary delight, is an elegant and sophisticated venue where you can enjoy sunny days and starry nights. With its tropical landscape design, breathtaking sea views, and lively music, La Guérite captivates the hearts of those who know it. Carefully crafted fresh seafood and stunning presentations enhance your moments, adding delight to your experience. The finest examples of Mediterranean cuisine enrich the seafood menus, while the skilled mixologists behind the bar enchant you with their special cocktails. Dining, drinking, and entertainment come together at La Guérite. Every moment spent here will be an unforgettable part of your holiday. Hisarönü Mevki Datça Yolu 35. Km. D Maris Bay No:, D:119, 48700 Marmaris/Muğla, Türkiye
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Restaurant La Tonnelle
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La Tonnelle on Île Saint-Honorat comes highly recommended. Operated by the monks of the Lérins Abbey, this restaurant offers dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients, including herbs and vegetables from the monks' own gardens. Dining here offers not just a meal but an immersive experience that blends spirituality, history, and culinary excellence.

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Villefranche-sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer invites you to immerse yourself in a world where coastal elegance meets timeless charm. This picturesque town, with its pastel-hued buildings cascading down the hillsides, unfolds like a canvas of Riviera sophistication.

Azure Horizons

Villefranche-sur-Mer boasts a bay of unparalleled beauty, where the azure waters of the Mediterranean embrace the shoreline. The expansive bay, sheltered by lush hills, creates a tranquil haven that beckons travelers to unwind in its coastal embrace.

Historic Allure

Wander through the narrow, winding streets of the Old Town, where centuries-old architecture whispers tales of Villefranche's rich history. The Citadel, perched on the hillside, stands as a sentinel, offering panoramic views of the coastline and the charming harbor.

Harbor Elegance

From waterfront bistros to stylish boutiques, the harbor exudes an air of sophistication, inviting visitors to savor the Riviera's glamorous ambiance.

Beachfront Bliss

Whether you choose to relax on the shores or indulge in water activities, the beaches offer a perfect blend of relaxation and Riviera allure.

Culinary Delights

Waterfront restaurants serve up freshly caught seafood, complemented by local wines, creating a culinary experience that mirrors the town's elegance. As the sun sets over Villefranche-sur-Mer, the town transforms into a magical realm of twinkling lights.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Old Town of Villefranche-sur-Mer
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The Old Town of Villefranche-sur-Mer is a picturesque maze of narrow streets, colorful buildings, and historic landmarks. Visitors can wander through the quaint alleyways, admire the pastel-hued houses adorned with flowers, and discover hidden squares and fountains. Highlights of the Old Town include the 14th-century Chapelle Saint-Pierre, known for its stunning frescoes by Jean Cocteau, and the Citadelle Saint-Elme, a historic fortress offering panoramic views of the coastline.

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Villefranche-sur-Mer Beach
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The beach in Villefranche-sur-Mer is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and scenic setting nestled between rocky cliffs. Visitors can relax on the soft sand, swim in the calm bay, or enjoy water sports such as snorkeling and paddleboarding. The beach promenade offers stunning views of the colorful waterfront buildings and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, making it a popular spot for leisurely strolls and sunset watching.

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Chapelle de Saint-Pierre des Pecheurs
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This charming chapel, also known as the Fishermen's Chapel, is located right on the waterfront in Villefranche-sur-Mer. Built in the 18th century by local fishermen, the chapel features a simple yet elegant design with a whitewashed facade and a distinctive bell tower. Inside, visitors can admire the beautiful frescoes painted by the artist Jean Cocteau in the 1950s, depicting scenes of maritime life and biblical themes. The Chapelle de Saint-Pierre des Pecheurs is a cultural gem that offers insight into the rich history and traditions of Villefranche-sur-Mer.

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Le Mayssa Beach Restaurant
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Offering stunning views of one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Le Mayssa Beach combines exceptional cuisine with an unrivaled setting. The menu features Mediterranean favorites, focusing on seasonal ingredients and local seafood, providing a true taste of the Côte d'Azur.

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La Mère Germaine
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Established in 1938, La Mère Germaine has built its reputation on the freshness of its seafood and its idyllic location by the water's edge. With dishes that pay homage to the Mediterranean and a wine list to complement every meal, this restaurant offers a dining experience that is both quintessentially French and refreshingly maritime.

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L'Aparté
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Hidden away in the winding streets of Villefranche-sur-Mer, L'Aparté is a small but charming restaurant known for its creative cuisine and warm, welcoming atmosphere. The chefs here take pride in their innovative approach to French and Mediterranean dishes, making it a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

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Cap Martin

Cap Martin, nestled between Monaco and Menton, unfolds as a hidden gem along the French Riviera, offering a serene escape for those seeking seaside tranquility. This coastal enclave seamlessly marries natural beauty with Riviera sophistication.

Cliffside Elegance

Cap Martin's cliffs provide an elegant backdrop to the Mediterranean Sea. The winding coastal paths offer panoramic views, inviting leisurely walks amidst the fragrant sea breeze.

Botanical Bliss

Explore the lush gardens of Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, where the fragrance of blooming flowers mingles with the salty sea air. These meticulously landscaped gardens create a haven of botanical delights.

Historic Enclaves

Cap Martin boasts historical residences and Belle Époque architecture. Wander through the charming streets and discover the stories etched in the architectural tapestry of this coastal retreat.

Seaside Strolls

The coastal promenade of Cap Martin beckons for leisurely strolls along the water's edge. Discover hidden coves, small beaches, and secluded spots that offer moments of intimate seaside bliss.

Mediterranean Panorama

Panoramic viewpoints atop Cap Martin unveil the vastness of the Mediterranean. The clear blue waters and distant horizons create a tranquil panorama that captivates the soul.It's a place where time seems to slow, allowing visitors to savor the simple beauty of the French Riviera.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Promenade Maurice Rouvier
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This scenic coastal path runs along the waterfront of Cap Martin, offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding coastline. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks or bike rides along the promenade, passing by charming villas, lush gardens, and hidden coves. The Promenade Maurice Rouvier is perfect for enjoying the tranquility and beauty of Cap Martin's coastal landscape.

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Plage de la Buse
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One of the most popular beaches in Cap Martin is Plage de la Buse. This picturesque pebble beach is nestled in a small cove surrounded by cliffs, offering stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Plage de la Buse is known for its crystal-clear waters, ideal for swimming and snorkeling, as well as its tranquil atmosphere. Visitors can relax on the smooth pebbles, soak up the sun, and enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this hidden gem on the French Riviera.

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Le Cabanon
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Tucked away in a secluded cove with sweeping views of the coastline, Le Cabanon is a hidden gem beloved by locals and visitors alike. Chef Laurent Dubois crafts a menu that celebrates the bounty of the sea, with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients and traditional Provençal flavors. From grilled fish and seafood platters to hearty bouillabaisse, every dish at Le Cabanon is prepared with care and attention to detail. Guests can dine al fresco on the sun-drenched terrace or in the cozy dining room, soaking in the tranquil atmosphere and savoring the flavors of the Mediterranean. With its warm hospitality and exquisite cuisine, Le Cabanon offers a true taste of Cap Martin's culinary heritage.

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La Réserve de la Mala
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Located on the renowned Mala Beach, La Réserve de la Mala is a beachfront oasis that invites guests to unwind and indulge in the pleasures of seaside dining. Chef Olivier Lebœuf creates a menu inspired by the freshest ingredients from land and sea, with an emphasis on Provencal specialties and Mediterranean classics. Diners can dine with their toes in the sand, enjoying panoramic views of the azure waters while savoring dishes such as grilled octopus, bouillabaisse, and fresh salads. With its laid-back ambiance and idyllic setting, La Réserve de la Mala is the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch or romantic dinner by the sea.

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Bordighera, Italy

Bordighera, a floral masterpiece on the Italian Riviera, invites travelers into a world where vibrant blooms and Mediterranean charm intertwine. This coastal town, nestled between the Ligurian Sea and the Maritime Alps, promises an enchanting escape filled with botanical wonders and seaside allure.

Botanical Extravaganza

Bordighera's gardens are a riot of colors, showcasing a diverse collection of exotic plants and flowers. The Pallanca Exotic Gardens, with their terraced landscapes, offer a botanical extravaganza that captivates nature enthusiasts.

Seafront Elegance

The seafront promenade of Bordighera invites leisurely strolls along the azure waters. Elegant villas line the coastline, exuding an air of timeless sophistication that defines the Riviera lifestyle.

Artistic Legacy

Bordighera has inspired artists and writers for centuries. The town's artistic legacy is reflected in its architecture, with pastel-hued buildings and charming squares providing a picturesque backdrop for exploration.

Historic Charms

Explore the historic heart of Bordighera, where narrow alleys lead to hidden piazzas and ancient churches. The town's rich history is palpable, offering a glimpse into its evolution from a small fishing village to a Riviera gem.


Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Amarea Ristorante Romolo Mare
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Nestled along the picturesque coastline of Bordighera, Italy, Romolo Mare Restaurant offers a delightful culinary journey infused with the flavors of the Mediterranean. With its warm hospitality, charming ambiance, and delectable dishes, this family-owned restaurant invites diners to savor the true essence of Italian cuisine. In addition to its exquisite seafood offerings, Romolo Mare Restaurant also showcases classic Italian dishes that pay homage to the rich culinary heritage of the region.

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Magiargè Osteria Contemporanea
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Nestled in the heart of Bordighera, Italy, Magiargè - Osteria Contemporanea offers a unique dining experience that seamlessly blends tradition with innovation. Led by Executive Chef Giuseppe Marino, Magiargè - Osteria Contemporanea delights diners with a menu inspired by the rich culinary heritage of Italy, reinterpreted with a modern twist. The restaurant's sleek interior features modern furnishings, soft lighting, and chic decor accents, creating an atmosphere that is both sophisticated and welcoming. Complementing the exquisite cuisine is an extensive wine selection featuring a curated list of Italian wines from renowned vineyards across the country.

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L'altro Gasoline
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Located in the heart of Bordighera, Italy, L'Altro Gasoline Restaurant is a culinary gem that delights diners with its inventive cuisine and stylish ambiance. With a name that pays homage to the building's former use as a gas station, this restaurant seamlessly blends industrial chic with modern sophistication. At L'Altro Gasoline, Chef Fabio Briatore showcases his culinary prowess with a menu that fuses Italian tradition with contemporary flair. In addition to its exceptional cuisine, L'Altro Gasoline boasts an impressive cocktail program that is not to be missed.

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Liguria

Liguria, a crescent-shaped region hugging the Ligurian Sea, unfolds as a coastal haven where seaside splendor and timeless charm converge. This Italian gem is a tapestry of colorful villages, dramatic cliffs, and azure waters, promising a maritime journey filled with cultural richness and natural beauty.

Cinque Terre Marvels

Cinque Terre, a collection of five picturesque villages, defines the essence of Liguria. Perched on cliffs overlooking the sea, these vibrant hamlets boast pastel-hued buildings, creating a postcard-perfect panorama that captivates every visitor.

Portofino Elegance

Portofino, with its glamorous harbor and exclusive boutiques, epitomizes Riviera elegance. The town's colorful waterfront, nestled against lush hills, invites exploration, while the scenic trails offer panoramic views of the Ligurian coastline.

Genoa's Maritime Legacy

Genoa, Liguria's capital, unfolds as a city with a rich maritime heritage. The Old Port, lined with historic buildings, leads to narrow alleyways where Renaissance palaces and vibrant markets coexist, creating a dynamic blend of past and present.

Rapallo's Seaside Retreat

Rapallo, a charming seaside town, provides a retreat where palm-fringed promenades meet historic villas. The castle overlooking the bay and the scenic harbor enhance the town's allure, making it a delightful stop on the Ligurian journey.


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Ristorante Puny (Portofino)
4.9

Located in the picturesque fishing village of Portofino, Ristorante Puny offers a culinary journey through the flavors of Liguria. Nestled on the waterfront with panoramic views of the harbor, this Michelin-starred restaurant combines fresh local ingredients with innovative techniques to create dishes that tantalize the taste buds. From traditional Ligurian specialties like trofie al pesto to inventive seafood creations and decadent desserts, each dish is a masterpiece of flavor and presentation. With its elegant ambiance, impeccable service, and exquisite cuisine, Ristorante Puny promises a dining experience that is as memorable as it is delicious.

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Ristorante Il Genovese
4.9

Nestled in the heart of Genoa's historic Old Town, Il Genovese is a culinary gem renowned for its traditional Ligurian cuisine and warm hospitality. With its cozy interior adorned with rustic decor and charming ambiance, the restaurant exudes a timeless charm that captures the essence of Genoa's culinary heritage. Il Genovese prides itself on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create authentic dishes that pay homage to the region's rich gastronomic traditions. From classic pesto pasta and hearty minestrone soup to succulent seafood specialties and flavorful meat dishes, each bite at Il Genovese is a taste of Genoa's culinary legacy. With its welcoming atmosphere and delectable fare, Il Genovese invites guests to experience the true flavors of Genoa in every mouthful.

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Ristorante Belforte (Vernazza)
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Perched high above the rugged coastline of the Cinque Terre, Ristorante Belforte offers breathtaking views and exceptional dining experiences. Housed within a historic fortress overlooking the medieval village of Vernazza, this acclaimed restaurant specializes in seafood delicacies inspired by the bounty of the Ligurian Sea. From freshly caught fish and shellfish to classic Ligurian dishes prepared with a modern twist, every meal at Ristorante Belforte is a celebration of coastal flavors and culinary craftsmanship. Whether dining in the elegant dining room with panoramic windows or on the panoramic terrace overlooking the azure waters below, guests are treated to an unforgettable culinary journey that captures the essence of Liguria's coastal charm.

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