From Cannes to Monaco, the French Riviera is a major yachting area with several marinas along the southern coast of France.
- live life in the fast lane at the Monaco Grand Prix
- Experience “Reel Life” at the Cannes film festival
- Discover the historic towns of Villefranche sur Mer
- Nice Carnival and Nice Jazz Festival
The French Riviera hosts 50 percent of the world’s superyacht fleet, with over 90 percent of all superyachts visit the regions coast at least once in their lifetime.
It's famous sun-drenched villages and sparkling blue Mediterranean waters have long captivated a-list celebrities and artists alike- from Kanye West to Picasso.
Experience the most prestigious and important automobile races in the world, the Monaco Grand Prix. The one race that every driver dreams of winning, it's a sports spectacle unlike any other.
A land of sunshine and balmy breezes, the Cote d Ázur boasts beautiful beaches, charming medieval towns, and history galore.
Take a stroll through the Riviera’s medieval villages nestled in craggy cliffs high above the sea, or soak in the stunning views and beautiful beaches of Nice.
Dine like a local with over 3000 restaurants to choose from, and don’t forget to hit the slopes in some of Europe’s best skiing mountains.
Best time to visit:
Situated along the southern coast of France where the Alps meet the Mediterranean, the French Riviera enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year.
If you want to avoid the coconut-oil crowd in July and August, opt to travel from May to September or October.
Cannes Film Festival, mid-May
Monaco Grand Prix, late May