It’s no secret that the coastal towns along the French Riviera serve up some of the freshest seafood you may ever have in your life. Bon appetit!
9. Year-round sunshine
With an average 320 days of sunshine per year, there’s no wrong time to soak up the sun in the French Riviera.
8. Celebrity sightings
Get your cameras ready because your chances of sighting a celeb increase greatly the moment you touch down in The French Riviera.
Did you know The French Riviera is home to the world’s perfume capital, Grasse? So naturally, all neighboring towns smell sweet as well.
These tasty treats are found all over France.
I’M ON A BOAT…or at least pretty close. Once you get over the fact that you’ll likely never accumulate enough wealth to own any of these yachts, they’re pretty fun to look at.
4. Monte Carlo Casino
Bucket list. Enough said.
3. Melting pot
People from all over the world migrate to The French Riviera. Whether it’s for holiday, work or just to travel. If there is one thing all of us foreigners can agree on, it’s that you’ll surely meet an interesting mix of people in the South of France.
2. Fruit and flower markets
Fun for your tastebuds. Grab snacks for the beach so you never have to leave.
Whether you’re into sand or rock beaches or maybe even nude beaches (no judgment, promise), The French Riviera has something for everyone.