The Corniche d’Or: At the foot of Esterel hills you can find the most beautiful walks in the region.
Saint Tropez: Protected by a small gulf and surrounded by crystal sea, this small village of great prestige is famous for its mythical spots where the jet set hangs out and for its bustling nightlife.
Menton: Famous for its famous Gardens (Serre de la Madone, Val Rahmeh, Fontana Rosa Maria Serena). Menton is also known as the city of lemons (an important citrus festival is held in February) and chock-full with art and history.
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat peninsula is very beautiful and has retained a privileged environment that you can discover along its 14 kms of hiking trails. The villa Rothschild and the Villa Kerylos are visits not to be missed.
Eze Village: The three levels of cliffs overlooking the sea offer a complete range of landscapes: beaches and pine forests sheltered by headlands, rocky outcrop where the medieval village clings to the garden and the castle ruins.
Saint-Paul-de-Vence: Perched high on the hills, the village of St-Paul-de-Vence is the cradle of contemporary art, sculpture and crafts, represented in art galleries.
Nice: A City rich in heritage through its museums (Matisse, Chagall, Museum of Fine Arts,
Asian Art Museum, Archaeological Museum) and its entertaining events (opera, jazz festival).
Mougins: Grasse is charming medieval village situated in the back hills off the coast boasting gourmet restaurants and art workshops.
Antibes: There are many reasons to put Antibes on your must-see list, among which the fortified fortress, and ramparts, museums (Picasso museum, Peynet museum, Napoleon museum) and the largest European marina housing the most beautiful yachts in the world. The jazz festival in nearby Juan-les-Pins is world-famous.