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Now I just go in the spring or summer. I personally looove Cannes! Then head up the rocky staircase toward Saint Jean Cap Ferrat to view the beautiful hilltop villas. The pink Rothchild mansion is there and open to the public. The area contains quaint French towns, sparkling Mediterranean beaches and a host of natural wonders; it is well known in international circles as the playground of the rich and famous.
Here are some tips to keep in mind before embarking on the world renown party scene of the South of France…. The South of France contains the legendary French Riviera, known for its pristine beaches. This area of France is also known for being a celebrity travel destination. Visitors are advised that traveling through this region is very expensive.
Cannes is known for its resorts and beachfront hotels. On a relaxed day I would take a dip in the pool underneath my balcony, or walk through the gardens of flowers to the beach and have prosciutto, cheese and wine as I watched locals fish off the nearby sea rocks and nude sunbathers catch some breeze. Nice is a much larger town then Cannes or Antibes. I was rushing back to the train station one evening and the train had left 3 minutes earlier. I had to walk around the city all night. I took the picture as they walked down the block.
Monaco is a city state. Monte Carlo for me was like a weekend hangout mainly Fridays and Saturdays. Twiga is a cavernous club opening into the sea. You can leave there well into the morning when the sun has already been up for hours. Explore the town of St. Tropez, located on an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. Many of the jetsetters stay in Hotel Ermitage. Graniers, one of St. Visitors from America must realize that many French beaches are nude or topless. The south of France contains several cities perfect for the urban explorer.
Marseille, located in the heart of Provenance, features some of the oldest architecture outside of Paris. Known for its terracotta roofed buildings, Marseille blends classic French culture with that of nearby North Africa.