Cannes is one of the mundane seaside resorts on the Côte d’Azur. Famous are the Carlton hotel and the Majestic hotel, dominating the boulevard and giving Cannes its characteristic appearance.
Nice is a beautiful town with several attractions at less than 50 kilometres from Les Issambres. Here you can enjoy the promenade d’Anglais and the wonderful beach Nice has to offer.
Grasse is the world’s capital of scents and here you can learn all about perfumes. There is also a museum in which you learn everything about perfumes.
Saint-Tropez is a small harbour town on the Côte d’Azur in the departement of Var. Since the fifties it has been a meeting point of artists and the ‘high society’.
Antibes is small town with a beautiful old centre at about 15 kilometres (10 miles) west of Nice. As early as the ancient Greek times the settlement of Antipolis was here.
Juan-Les-Pins is on the bay of Antibes and is a trendy little town, particularly known for its bustling night life. After all, everything here is about seeing and being seen.
(Francoprovenças: Sant-Rafèu) is a coastal town in the French department of Var (region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur) and has over 30,000 inhabitants. It is part of the district of Draguignan.
Monaco is a world-famous mini-state! Not only because of the Grand Prix, but also because of the towns of Monaco-ville and the mundane Monte-Carlo. A great place to visit when you are in the South of France.