Cannes La Croissette

Visit Cannes

Cannes  became famous since the city began to be host of the most prestigious film festival in the world, “the Cannes Film Festival” since 1946 and continues every year. Every May, the city of Cannes always filled with tourists who

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Visit Monaco and Monte Carlo

If travelling by road, the most direct route is the A8 , but there are inevitably long queues from the Autoroute into the Principality. A reasonable alternative avoiding most of these and offering a spectacular view over the bay is

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Gorges du Verdon

Visit Gorges Du Verdon

Gorge du Verdon, France’s own Grand Canyon, plunges 1,000ft to the river below. The deepest gorge in France, les Gorges du Verdon, is one of the must-see natural wonders of central Provence. While there is no road up the gorge,

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Visit Antibes

The Cap D’Antibes and beaches. For the most part extravagantly idyllic, this fabled 4-mile-long peninsula has been carved up into luxurious estates perched high above the water and shaded by thick, tall pines. Since the 19th century its wild greenery

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Nice

Visit Nice

Nice is the unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur, and a must-see for every visitor. Fabulous markets, an enticing old town, glorious architecture and a wealth of super restaurants. It’s far from perfect – it’s scruffy in spots, the traffic’s

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