Jun, 22 2019
ST JEAN CAP FERRAT
The French Riviera, often known as the Cote d'Azur, is one of the most well-known locations for yachts and superyachts cruising. Don't miss the contrast between posh, glamorous cities and rural, provincial towns; France is famous for its diversity. You will easily appreciate the art, history, and the cuisine in the South of France coastline, there are astonishing hidden places to find. The coast has a lot to offer and discover, from Monaco to Saint Tropez. Its idyllic beaches are famous across the globe.
Monaco is regarded as a top superyacht destination. Spending a few days will allow you to experience the "Bella Vita" in all its glory. You will be surrounded by sumptuous shops, high-end supercars, and countless Michelin stars restaurants. “Le Rocher” where Prince Albert maintains his palace, and have a look at the overall Monaco is impressive. An oceanographic museum is accessible.
The ancient town with the magnificent Casino Square, which was entirely rebuilt and its palace Hotels like “L’Hôtel de Paris” are from the most iconic places in the world.
Elsa is a fine dining restaurant in Monaco that serves contemporary cuisine using local and seasonal ingredients, with a modern and elegant atmosphere.
Monte Carlo Beach
Monte-Carlo Beach is a luxurious beach club in Monaco that offers a range of dining options, including the Michelin-starred Le Deck restaurant, serving Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with stunning sea views.
The Grill is a sophisticated restaurant in Monaco that offers a range of grilled meat and seafood dishes, with a contemporary atmosphere and elegant decor.
Le Vistamar is a fine dining restaurant in Monaco that offers Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, set in an elegant and intimate atmosphere with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.
St. Jean Cap Ferrat, which is adjacent to Monaco, is one of the most stunning locations in the South of France. It is one of the prettiest section of coastline which highlights all the positive aspects of the French Riviera. It is arguably the most beautiful area in all of southern France. It is regarded as the place to go for classic elegance. The location is fantastic for anchorages with a yacht, the turquoise waters surrounding this natural peninsula are a must.
Cannes and its intriguing, picturesque location will appeal to you. You may have an aperitivo at the renowned Baoli, where international superstars spend their evenings. We strongly advise chartering around the renowned îles de Lérins in front of Cannes. St. Honorat and St. Marguerite will offer a distinctive and exceptional setting and an unforgettable yachting experience. You may have dinner at a few famed restaurants, which are close to the Carlton Hotel.
Saint Tropez is a must-see while traveling to France since it is regarded as one of the fanciest and trendiest locations along the Cote D'Azur. We recommend eating at local restaurants and visiting Place des Lices local market, which is full of charming local restaurants that will offer visitors fresh fish. One of the most famous location on the French Riviera is Pampelonne Beach, which is easily reachable for lunch at Verde Beach or Club 55 and for dinner at the Senequier restaurant, which is located in front of the central harbor.
The French Riviera is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, traditional french gastronomy, heritage, picturesque towns, and "joie de vivre". It is one of France's most attractive areas and the perfect place for tourists and charterers to enjoy delicious dishes, gorgeous surroundings, waters and to mix it with rich history and culture.