Côte d’Azur: kilometers of coastline from Menton to Antibes for a Summer at sea

Côte d’Azur … it is ideal for those who love the sea, the sun, the beach and the night life of clubs and parties, but also it is able to offer new itineraries, including exceptional art galleries of great artists, picturesque villages full of ancient charm and historical centers characterized by the elegance of luxury villas and medieval villages surrounded by an uncontaminated nature.

There are many entertainments in the towns of the coast, with clubs, pubs, discos, but also theatres, cinemas and festivals.

From Menton to Antibes we find seaside resorts which are located along the Cote d’Azur with miles of sand beaches and crystalline waters, coves or bays, a deep and clean sea in a charming atmosphere.

Menton, surrounded by mountains and caressed by the sea, is not only an ideal summer destination and a seaside resort: it is also the birthplace of an interesting culture, which is expressed through its monuments, gardens and ancient traditions. Between Menton and Monaco ther is Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, one of the most pleasant seaside resorts of the French Riviera, which has always fashinated  many aristocrats, artists and architects. Here the coast is very deep and hides the true natural pearls, some coves overlooking the sea with its crystalline water.

Proceeding along the coast, on the Basse Corniche we arrive to Monte Carlo, Rainieri Prince’s residence, and even further, towards Nice, we find Villefranche-sur-Mer, an old fishing village, where you can enjoy typical ” bouillabaisse “, or the fish soup, but you can also enjoy a relaxing day at the beach.

So you finally arrive to Nice, with its beach that is accessible from the famous promenade, the Promenade des Anglais, which is crowded both in the morning and evening. And finally there is Antibes, where the sandy beaches, the clean sea and a magnificent view on Cap d’Antibes will surely leave you breathless.

E.C.

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