The two best cities to explore this summer are in the South of France, discover sun-kissed Mediterranean cities with a vibrant atmospheres, exceptional gastronomy and deep-rooted culture.
Cannes has been synonymous with cinema for the last 70 years hosting the famous Cannes Film festival once a year in May. Put on your most chic clothing and take a stroll down the famous Boulevard de la Croisette, which is home to many famous houses like Chanel, Dior, Gucci, and so forth. For parties in the evening, Baoili beach Cannes is surely the place to be.
Around midnight the beach club transforms into a roaring nightclub where magnums of Dom Pérignon are the norm. (Its sister spot, further along, La Croisette, is also known for hosting some of the most electrifying parties). If maybe that is not your way of spending a vacation, then perhaps you would prefer to down to a place in the city where it started 400 years ago, taking a stroll through the streets lining the hill of Le Suquet, the Old town.
From the Old port Below, hop on a ferry that takes you to the famous Lérins Islands. You’ll find beautiful beaches with the only residents being monks. Ile Sainte-Marguerite is the largest and closes island to the mainland home to historical sites like the cell of the man in the iron mask as well as, La Guérite where some of the most outrageous parties occur (seriously). If you think this larger-than-life town is for you, then why don’t book your next getaway in luxury villas in Cannes? Relax by the poolside while drinking your freshly made Aperol spritz while admiring the skyline of Cannes.
Further yet, if you want to explore the coastline by sea why not rent a boat in Monaco and cruise the Riviera all the way to Cannes. . Experience that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to anchor out at one of the most famous beach clubs in the world and shuttled drink champagne with the most famous people on the planet.
Nestled along the French Riviera and about a one-and-a-half-hour drive to Cannes, St-Tropez is one of the liveliest towns along the French coast during the summertime. The rich and famous plague the area by flaunting their supercars and superyachts Plage de Tahiti is notorious for its ‘unspoken’ clothing-optional policy and risqué atmosphere.
To experience what St-Tropez has to seriously offer, then a stop by Pampellone beach housing the most famous beach clubs in the world, the likes of Nikki beach, bagatelle, Club 55, and so on.
If you’re not a beach person. Lunch at one of the famous cafes overlooking the harbour and take in the famous people strolling by and yachts resting in their moorings. Break out the credit cards for shopping at the upscale shops or take some time to find that perfect wine & olive oil made in the Provence.
As in most popular beach towns, the hottest hotels are the most expensive. So why not book an even more luxurious accommodation in the form of a villa that comes with all the amenities and divide the price up! You’ll be in good company while surrounded by complete privacy and luxury at a fraction of what you would pay for a hotel room. St-Tropez Villas offer some of the most bespoke properties in the area. Come book your ultimate experience and the rest will be taken care of.