Nice, the Queen of the French Riviera is definitely worth your visit! With 7 kilometers of beach, especially along the well-known Promenade des Anglais, Nice has one of the longest and most famous small pebble beaches of the French Riviera. You will fall in love with the Old Port by walking on its quays and admiring the luxury yachts while enjoying the relaxing atmosphere. Walk through the narrow streets of the Old City of Nice where tall houses painted with warm colours, restaurants covering half of the street with their chairs and tables, and the famed flower markets meet and create a warm vibe. If you love art, you will want to visit its different museums such as the Fine Arts Museum which houses a collection of French and European Arts from the 16th century up to the 20th century with works by Monet, Boudin, or Sisley. You cannot leave Nice without being amazed by one of its masterpieces – the Russian Orthodox Cathedral, a classic Russian building that might look out of place. Note: Do not forget to try “socca”, a chickpea flour crepe, and traditional food. In the end, Nice possesses all kinds of charms that makes it an ideal destination for your holiday!
When it comes to the French Riviera, exploring the Mediterranean coastline by boat is an absolute must. Renting a boat might seem a little overwhelming at first. You’ll quickly find you’re spoiled for choice. Small boats, motorboats, sailboats, and larger yachts are all available on the French Riviera. Each boat provides a different way to experience France’s sparkling southern coast. If you want to experience Cannes like a celebrity, consider renting a catamaran for €600/day. You’ll sail the Mediterranean coast at the hands of a private skipper. If a catamaran isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps a luxury boat would suit your needs. Luxury boats are roughly €900/day and include a skipper. If you really want to blend in with the locals, rent a yacht! If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, consider renting a sailboat. Sailboat rentals range from €200/day up to €600/day and include a flexible cancellation policy. Note that a skipper is mandatory for a sailboat. This means all you have to do is step on board, sit back, and enjoy the views. Rental prices vary depending on the size of the boat, the season, and the rental location. We’re here to advise you on the very best boat rentals and can point you in the direction of a rental to suit your needs.