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Yacht Charter in French Riviera

Each part of the coast has it’s own distinctive appeal and probably that is what makes this Riviera the most exclusive 100 kilometres in the Mediterranean. Cap d’Antibes and Villefranche, Cap Ferrat and Monte Carlo, each and every bay, town and harbour is beautiful and gives you the opportunity to drop anchor, set out the sports equipment, get ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner and relax in a way that only the Cote d’Azur intended.

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First a Greek fortified town named Antipolis and later a Roman settlement, the port of Antibes has long been a hub for trading with other towns along the Mediterranean. Today it’s an attractive and bustling place, popular with those from Paris and elsewhere in France, not to mention a fair number of expats. Antibes is less about the glitz and glamour you’ll find elsewhere on the Riviera and more about simple charm and easy living. The beauty of Antibes lies in the flower-filled streets of the old town, the ramparts along the sea and the long, arched, protective wall along the port. There are plenty of little streets for exploring, restaurants of all types and lots of shops, from tiny local stores to tempting markets and upmarket boutiques.

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If the Riviera were a film, Cannes would surely be its leading lady. During the famous film festival, Hollywood glamour and French chic combine in a dizzy cocktail of the fabulous and the fashionable, but Cannes merits a visit all year round. This legendary seaside resort has all the Côte d’Azur glitz you might expect: private beaches, marinas filled with luxury yachts, stylish boulevards, elegant Belle Époque hotels and fashionable restaurants, and of course the famous La Croisette, the boulevard and beach that extends around the bay to the east of the port.

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Eze is a fairy-tale medieval village perched on a narrow, rocky peak overlooking the Mediterranean. The fortified village is still crowned with the ruins of the 12th century castle that used to protect it. The village – one of the most beautiful in France – was built in a circular pattern around the base of the castle, and the ancient, honey-coloured buildings and narrow streets with their high stone walls are perfectly preserved.

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Iles de Lérins

The Iles de Lérins is a small archipelago just off the coast of Cannes. There are two main islands, Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat, and two smaller uninhabited islands, Tradelière and St-Ferréol. Ile Sainte Marguerite is the larger and nearer island. It’s covered in umbrella pine and eucalyptus forest, with wide paths criss-crossing the length and breadth of the island. The port area on Sainte-Marguerite has buzzy cafés and restaurants, and it’s a short walk to the Fort Royal, where you can see the cell where the mysterious man in the iron mask was held captive for over 30 years in the 17th century.

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Monaco has long been a magnet for the world’s wealthy. Home to a plethora of couture boutiques and gourmet restaurants, world-class hotels and casinos, as well as a legendary royal family, Monaco certainly merits its reputation as a millionaires’ playground. Linger over a cocktail by the harbour where luxury yachts jostle for space, sample the menu at any number of exquisite restaurants or enjoy a massage at one of the sumptuous spas: whatever your pleasure, this is a place to indulge your every whim.

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Inhabited for 400,000 years, today’s Nice has its roots in the settlement of Nikaia, established by the Greeks. In their time here the Romans built extensive baths at Cimiez, and they may have been responsible for kicking off the tourist trade here. Today, Nice is a thoroughly modern place, but it retains its medieval heritage in the Vieille Ville (old town), with its narrow winding streets and densely packed red-tiled roofs.

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This crescent-shaped isle Porquerolles, just a 10-minute hop off the Riviera coast is sometimes known as the ‘floating forest’ and thanks to the fact no cars are allowed, it’s a haven for birds and butterflies. Small coves separated by rugged cliffs offer excellent swimming and fine sand beaches, especially on the northern side. Porquerolles is a favourite of filmmakers, who use it as a South Sea island stand in, and for sophisticated travellers looking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.

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The very name Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat evokes all the timeless chic and glamour of the French Riviera, and indeed, this beautiful seaside village is one of the loveliest places on the Mediterranean coast. Nestled on a peninsula that juts into the warm waters of the eastern Mediterranean between Nice and Monaco, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is known for its luxurious houses as well as its natural beauty, with miles of eucalyptus-scented trails offering superb coastal views.

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Saint-Paul de Vence

Saint-Paul de Vence is a beautiful medieval fortified village perched on a narrow spur between two deep valleys. Although the village itself is one of the most well-preserved medieval villages in this part of France, with much of the ramparts still intact, the main attractions here are the scores of art galleries and restaurants – in fact, virtually the whole village is an open-air gallery.

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It’s the town that needs no introduction. The ultimate Côte d’Azur destination, ‘St. Trop’ was made famous by Brigitte Bardot and the 1950s jet set, and it’s never lost its appeal with the world’s elite, from film stars to financiers. The world-famous Caves du Roy is a perennial hot spot, although you might prefer the legendary VIP room. For a daytime party head for Nikki Beach or Club 55. Spoon Byblos is another hot address, owned by Alain Ducasse.

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Like many of the most sought-after spots on the Côte d’Azur, beautiful Villefranche-sur-Mer was once a small fishing village. These days it’s one of the most charming and elegant resorts on the French Riviera so an essential stop off on your French Riviera yacht charter. The old town is exquisite, with pastel-coloured buildings that tumble down to the sea. There’s no better place to admire the Bay of Villefranche, hugged by the Cap de Nice and Cap Ferrat, than from the lovely sandy beach (aside from your sun deck, of course), which shelves gently into the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean.

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