1. La Baie des Milliardaires
“La Baie des Milliardaires” or « Anse de l'Argent faux » is a beautiful cove located at Cap d'Antibes.
2. The beach of La Garoupe
The beach of La Garoupe is a white sand beach sheltered by the steep rocks of the Cap d'Antibes. It is a quiet, wild and idyllic place.
3. Les Iles de Lérins
Facing the bay of Cannes and the Esterel massif, two beauty spots : the Lerins Islands. Archipelago of legends, Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat are two unique jewels where natural and cultural heritage shine. These islands are a must-see during a stay in Cannes.The water is crystal clear and shallow, ideal for swimming and anchoring.
Sainte-Marguerite: The Island of the Iron Mask...
Sainte-Marguerite is the largest island of the Lérins archipelago. It owes its name to Marguerite who, according to legend, was the sister of Honorat, the hermit who founded the abbey on the neighboring island.
The famous prisoner: The Iron Mask, was held in the island's Royal Fort, which became a state prison. The Musée de la Mer (Sea Museum) occupies the oldest part of the Royal Fort.
Saint-Honorat : An historical heritage.
Smaller, the island of Saint-Honorat is also the richest because of its historical heritage. Founded in the 5th century by the Cistercian monk Honorat, the abbey of Saint-Honorat is a high place of Christian history. Strongly impregnated with sixteen centuries of monastic life, the island is open to all, visitors in search of spirituality as well as lovers of authentic sites where the work of man blends with the treasures of nature.
THE BAY OF CANNES
From the Pointe de l'Aiguille in Théoule-sur-Mer to the Pointe de la Croisette in Cannes and the western tip of the Lérins Islands: discover this jewel of the French Riviera.
Sheltered from the wind, the bay of Pampelonne is an ideal anchorage area just a few fathoms from the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
The beach of Pampelonne: a mythical place! Symbol of the chic tourism of the peninsula of Saint Tropez, the beach is worldwide renowned.
2. Cap Taillat
A few nautical miles from Saint-Tropez and in the heart of the French Riviera, you will find this wild and preserved area offering virgin anchorages at the edge of paradisiacal beaches. You will be amazed by the color and purity of the waters, worthy of the most beautiful emerald rivers.
THE ESTÉREL MASSIF
The massif of eruptive rocks of the Estérel extends from Saint-Raphaël in the east (department of Var) to La Napoule in the west (department of Alpes Maritimes). Bordered by the Corniche d'Or, you can discover the red porphyry cliffs that fall steeply into the sea forming the magnificent calanques of the Estérel.
On the side of Saint-Raphaël, there are also some beautiful beaches and secret coves (sandy beach of Camp Long at the level of Dramont).