Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Stay on the Côte d'Azur

After the wet spring that the major part of the France comes to know, you have a craving, go on vacation in a destination where the Sun will be at the rendezvous! This falls well, the Côte d'Azur is ready to welcome you. This beautiful region in the South of the France is undoubtedly possible the sunniest of the hexagon. In July and August temperatures exceed 30 degrees and the Mediterranean becomes a haven of freshness which you want only to one thing: plunge!

The Côte d'Azur attracts outnumbered tourists who, every summer, come enjoy the beaches and the Sun. The Côte d'Azur, that the anglo-saxons call French Riviera, has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Many beaches so come to mind when mentioning this coast: beach of the English in Saint-Raphaël, l'estagnol in Bormes-les-Mimosas, the cicadas in Port Grimaud Beach, etc. These beaches have all one thing in common: a dreamlike natural setting and crystalline turquoise water that reminds us of the Caribbean...

The Côte d'Azur stretches in all and everything on for nearly 200 kilometers of coastline, between Bandol and Chin, last French city before the Italian border. This coastline may sometimes be very steep, with sublime cliffs falling sheer into the sea, which reminds and calanques de Cassis or Marseille, who are not parties of the Côte d'Azur...

Known to be one of the most popular tourist resorts in the world by the 'jet set', the Côte d'Azur is home to many world-famous cities, like Cannes, Nice or Monaco, independent Principality. You will find in each of these cities casinos and trendy shops, but the must, to glimpse the stars of cinema or the "show-biz", still the small village of Saint-Tropez, Marina welcomes every summer from many luxury yachts.

Around St. Tropez, Ramatuelle, Gassin, or even Cavalaire sur Mer cities are places of dreams to ask her suitcases and enjoy his holiday on the French Riviera.

Finally, further to the West, taking the direction of Toulon, you'll fall over Hyères, where you will have the opportunity to discover the wonderful peninsula of Giens Almanarre beach is nearly four kilometers long. At the end of this peninsula, a small Harbor features boats to liaise with the beautiful island of Porquerolles...

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