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French Riviera

Nothing beats a charter holiday to the South of France: sun, sea, sand and plenty of glamour. With its fair share of designer shops and world class restaurants, this traditional luxury yacht charter destination is still as popular as ever over a century after its establishment as a coastline resort. Throughout the towns and villages you come across, each has an individual characteristic from small, quiet and charming fishing villages, tranquil wooded islands or towns with a vibrant nightlife. The Côte d'Azur is one of the rare yacht charter areas that offer something for everyone.

 

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO: MAY-OCTOBER
Day 1 

Start off in Hyères, one of the islands which forms « Ile d'Hyères ». A beautiful town with a unique lay out: you can walk up and down the old town and explore every nook and cranny it has to offer. There are plenty of restaurants and cafès in this historic town for you to sit back, relax and appreciate the charm that Hyères has to offer.

Day 2 

You can then sail across to Porquerolles, a stunning island with plenty to offer. You can relax on the beach, admire the views from the lighthouse and visit the « National Botanical Conservatory » with its divine gardens. Most of the island is part of a national park which ensures its preservation as a site of natural beauty givng visitors insight into why the French Riviera became such a popular destination so many years ago.

Day 3 

Having visited some of the most unspoilt and tranquil areas of the French Riviera, you can then sail to the vibrant town of St Tropez, one of the most glamourous and well known destinations on the Côte d'Azur. Here you can wine and dine in some of the best bars and restaurants the town has to offer.

Day 4 

From St Tropez you can sail across to Cannes, home of the world famous « Cannes Film Festival » and yet another home to the rich and famous. Like St Tropez, it is not just a town for partying, it is also one of the most architectually stunning locations on the coast.

Day 5

Having spent time in St Tropez and Cannes, you can sail to Iles de Lérins to relax. You can take long walks around the islands, swim, sunbathe and enjoy drinks while watching the sunset.

 

Day 6 

Another fabulous location you can visit is Saint Jean Cap Ferrat which is a far more discrete town in the French Riviera but also one of the most picturesque and exclusive locations. It is simply beautiful with its incredible architecture and abundance of lush trees, flowers and plants.

Day 7 

Ending up in Monaco, its own principality on the South coast of France, home to royality, a world class grand prix circuit and casino is a great way to finish the charter. You can enjoy a day on the man made beach, shop in some of the best shops on offer or marvel at the extroadinary architecture.

 

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