South of France
” Monaco – St Jean Cap Ferrat – Saint Tropez “
French Riviera or Cote d’Azur is known as one of the most famous super yacht cruising destination. Don’t miss the combination between fancy and glamourus cities alongside with rustic provincal villages, France is defined by diversity. Discover art, history and gastronomy, the coastline holds many hidden treasures to be discovered. Starting from Monaco to Saint Tropez, both coastlines and inland have much to offer.
Monaco is considered the utmost superyacht destination, spending a day here will allow you to live the real “Bella Vita”, being surrounded by luxury boutiques, luxury supercars and by plenty of starred Michelin restaurants, such us the famous Louis XV, Alain Ducasse and Joel Robuchon. You can have a look at the historic Casino Square, that has been completely renovated last winter and you can walk until Monaco Ville, the old town of Monaco, where the Prince Albert has his residency.
St Jean Cap Ferrat
One of the most impressive destination in South of France is St Jean Cap Ferrat, which is very close to Monaco. St Jean Cap Ferrat emphasise all the best sides of the French Riviera, representing the nicest part of the coastline. It is probably the most wonderful cape in south of France, considered the place to be in terms of traditional luxury, far away from the modernity of other fancy destinations, it is the place where to make fantastic anchorages. Cobalt waters surrounding this wild peninsula, you will be able to admire the rocky coastline or to explore the beaches situated both north and south of St Jean. We recommend to visit the little and reserved beach of Paloma: peaceful, with crystal waters and with a magnificent view on the mountains above the French Riviera.
You will enjoy Cannes and its fascinating charming area. You will be able to have an aperitivo at the famous Baoli, where worldwide celebrities spend their nights. During the day, we highly suggest to sail among the famous Lerin Islands in front of Cannes, St Honorat and St Marguerite will create a special and unique environment and memorable experience for sailing. For dinner, you can dine at the renowned at the renowned Annex restaurant, just below the Carlton Hotel.
Considered one of the most fancy and cool places in Cote D’Azur, Saint Tropez is a must-see whilst visiting France. We suggest to visit the local market at Place des Lices and eat at local restaurants, that is really suggestive and traditional, full of little local restaurants that will serve you fresh seafood. Pampelonne Beach is the most iconic spot of the French Riviera, for lunch you can easily reach by tender fancy restaurants such as Verde Beach or Club 55, while in the evening you must try the Senequier restaurant, placed in front of the main harbour.