WELCOME TO THE FRENCH RIVIERA

Transformed from once a quiet coastline of fishing villages, farms and vineyards, the French Riviera with its magnificent azure blue sea, dark green of pines and swaying palms, seaside resorts Cannes and Saint Tropez as well as glamorous Cap d’Antibes, idyllic Saint-Paul-de-Vence and Eze, is now not only a destination for the rich and famous, but a natural choice of gourmets and foodies for its diversity in sun-drenched produce, abundance of seafood and renowned wines.

The region is famous for its wines, notably the Provençal rosés, which are superb due to the sunny Mediterranean climate and undulating landscape, ideal for winegrowing. Food specialties reflect the variety of fresh and healthy produce available here, for instance the salade niçoise, a classic hailing from the city of Nice made with tuna, tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, Niçoise olives, anchovies, green beans and dressed with olive oil, or the bouillabaisse, a traditional fish stew originating from the port city of Marseille with differend kinds of fish, including shellfish or even lobster, slow-cooked in a broth with Provençal herbs and spices.

If you want to sample the local food straight from the source or try your own hand at southern French cooking, visit any of the many food markets in the French Riviera, whether you are in St Tropez, Cannes, Nice and so on..

 

RECOMMENDED EATERIES

Currently number one in the world on the The 2019World’s 50 BestRestaurants List, three Michelin-starred Mirazur in Menton stands proudly beside one of France’s oldest avocado trees, elevated above the palms and bougainvillea of Menton with panoramic views of the town and its bay and the Mirazur’s own vegetable garden. Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco worked under superstar Alain Passard at L’Arpège in Paris, one of the world’s premier places for fresh vegetables, so it’s no wonder that his Côte d’Azur smart-casual restaurant includes the words “from our garden” next to nearly every dish.

Mirazur

The African Queen in Beaulieu-sur-Mer has become a gourmet’s paradise for film stars and their fans from all over the world. The restaurant has developed a real reputation for its menu featuring specialities of Nice and the region, made with the freshest seasonal ingredients, such as the famous pizza with truffles or Vissian’s delicious salad nicoise. The colonial look and feel, with bronze statuettes, exotic woods and elegant lamplight, make the entire experience of the Aftrican Queen a truly memorable one.

Easily the world’s most legendary beach club restaurant, serving delectable Mediterranean cuisine, Club 55 is an institution in Saint Tropez attracting exclusive clientele from everywhere. However, everyone is treated in the same manner, and the right to a table is a privilege which needs to be earned. It’s best to begin with an opulent basket of crudités, select a bottle of Chateau de Pampelonne Rosé, and then sit back and relax.

La Colombe d’Or, the historic Roux family’s legendary hotel and restaurant in St Paul-de-Vence is renowned all over the world for its sublimely romantic restaurant with fine home-grown Provençale cooking and a superb private collection of 20th century art. Since the 1920s, the late Paul Roux has hosted some of the greatest modern artists: from Miró to Matisse, Calder to Chagal, Utrillo and Pablo Picasso. Many settled their bills with paintings, sculptures and drawings, hence the amazing collection.

Somewhat of an institution Sénéquier is located in the busy port of St Tropez. This popular brasserie has a sprawling terrace usually filled to maximum potential with its signature bright red lacquered chairs and tables. In 1887 Marie and Martin Sénéquier opened a patisserie and today this café’s terrace is the hottest spot in town to drink their delicious ice coffee in the sweltering summer heat and taste their own special homemade nougat while watching the rich and famous descend from their super yachts.

Sénéquier

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hôtel Le Pré Catelan*** 

Charming boutique Hotel Le Pré Catelan*** offers the magical setting of the charm and authenticity of a Provençal Bastide 1920. At an ideal location just 200m from Juan les Pin’s sandy beaches, and 5 mn from Antibes Old City, in a secluded estate and lying in the shade of palm trees, this hotel offers 24 rooms entirely renovated in Provençal style, a swimming pool from april to october, outside Jacuzzi all year, bar, selection of cold plates, buffet breakfast, and free wifi.

Le Yaca**** At the foot of the Citadelle, near the port and St Tropez’ lively streets, this magical 4-star hotel sits amid four beautiful 18 century Provencal houses. The establishment is well-known for its enchanting garden restaurant as well as its refined setting. Rooms have views overlooking the internal garden and its swimming pool, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez or the old village.

Le Château de la Chèvre d’Or ***** in the medieval city of Eze sits between the sky and the Mediterranean Sea and offers spectacular views. Luxurious though it is, this Chateau has a warm, family-friendly atmosphere and the neighbouring village of Eze is a delightful medieval place to visit, whose charm is reflected in the hotel rooms. The gardens filled with sculptures, fountains, waterfalls, flowers, herbs, trees and shrubs perfume the air with the scents of jasmine, bougainvillea and roses. The hotel features no less than 4 excellent restaurants.

Château de la Chèvre d’Or

 

DRINKS

One of the Riviera’s best and most famous places is Le Baoli in Cannes, a spectacular restaurant and nightclub which is often visited by celebrities, especially during the Cannes Film Festival. The tropical setting makes for a magical dinner and later at night the champagne flows freely and the dancefloor is packed with beautiful people.

Le Quai is located right on the harbour of St Tropez. This trendy bar/restaurant/night club with a large terrace facing the yachts and the floor covered with their iconic black sand is one of the fmous resort’s highlights. The Quai’s menu features French-Asian fusion cuisine. The diner turns into a hip nightclub in the evening and is the only night bar open all year round in St Tropez. The musical atmosphere changes during the day, from breakfast to dinner, piano bar, lounge room with progressive live music.

Le Quai

 

RECIPE

The best kind of experiences are the ones that follow you through life, that can be re-lived in another place, at another time.

Two of our favorite places in the south of France are the Colombe d’Or and the Club 55. Places that are well known for their history and extravagance, therefore very busy during high season. We prefer to visit those places off-season.

We warmly recommend that you visit these places in May-June just before the public holidays, or, even better, in the fall when the south of France and especially the Cote d’Azur changes in colours and crowd. Nothing is more inspiring than walking on the white beach of Ramatuelle and to see the mistral merge the sea and the horizon, then later stroll up to the bar at Club 55 and order a good bottle of red wine.

During this part of the season you can actually talk to the personnel and learn the insider view of this mythical place and its people. If the climate is too fresh for an outdoor lunch, just step into the restaurant and try to get a table next to the fireplace. The same goes for the Colombe d’Or in Saint Paul de Vence. Here you should come when all tourists are gone and when the locals have a chance to tell you their story.

Colombe d’Or

The terrace at Colombe d’Or is a classic; you can almost be sure to get the same table as Picasso, Miro, Chaplin or Scott Fitzgerald once had, because nothing has changed, not a single table, chair or painting has ever been sold or exchanged for something more modern or more functional. The simple but generous culinary experience offered here has also become a tradition at the Club 55.

“Everything you can imagine is real.”
Pablo Picasso

Lunch at the Colombe d’Or

Here we always order the same: the Panier de Crudités (basket of raw vegetables) together with the even more popular hors d’oeuvres, starters that are so simple, but still so special. Indulged with a local wine and the stunning view of valleys filled with olive trees that take your eye all the way down to the sea, you are left with a feeling of intense satisfaction, you don’t need more from the menu nor from life itself.

“The kitchen, it is made of sun. On the menu, signed Paul Roux, there is the basket of vegetables and the famous appetizers: roasted peppers in olive oil, onion confit, stuffed vegetables, tomatoes Provençal, beans, anchovies, eggplant and other delights of the South. The tableware and unpretentious sensuality recalls at any time that one is received by a family here.” From the book ‘La Colombe d’Or’.

Panier de Crudités and the French Vinaigrette

One of those mystical ingredients that helps create these magical moments, is the sauce served with the basket of vegetables. The owners and the cooks of the Club 55 and the Colombe d’Or are by far as generous as Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsey when it comes to exploiting their skills and recipes, so when we try to re-experience our lunches in the South of France we prefer to make a simple but very French dip/dressing, a vinaigrette.

First of all we would like to underline that there is no “original” recipe for French vinaigrette as far as we know. However, we have a recipe that we would like to share with you, a Dijon vinaigrette that is truly French.

One secret is to find good Dijon mustard, the most common ones like Maille and Amora are ok, but there are better choices. We like the mustard from the Fallot family, which is made from French-grown spices and exactly the right balance of spices for our taste. The other secret is the use of shallot onions, which, when marinated in a sherry vinegar and salt, soften and give a distinct flavour. We recommend not using balsamic vinegar. Why? The word vinegar is actually a liaison between two words, vin (wine) and aigre (sour). So, that sweet balsamic doesn’t cut it in the sour department at all.

Ingredients:
2/8 teaspoon sea salt
2 tablespoons sherry vinegar
1 small shallot
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1-1,2 dl olive oil
fresh herbs and ground pepper

After you have marinated the finely shopped shallots in salt and vinegar for a few minutes or more, it’s time to add the Dijon mustard and when you have a smooth paste you start adding the olive oil little by little. Mix slowly until you have your preferred consistency, the more you work this mixture the more of a mayonnaise consistency you get. Now it’s time to taste and add salt and freshly ground pepper, if necessary. To finish of this little gem for your summer lunch (wherever you are), add some chopped fine fresh herbs; chives, chervil or parsley are all good.

Place the vinaigrette next to your Panier de Crudités, which should include: hard-boiled eggs, carrots, yellow peppers, red peppers, celery, cucumber, tomato, champignons, fennel bulb, radishes, cauliflower, lemon and if possible an artichoke boiled until tender. Last but not least, don’t forget to serve heavy slices of rustic dark bread directly from the grill or oven and a plate with shaved curls of extra salted butter.

Bon Appétit!

More about the French Riviera

France

Tourist Information francetourism.com

Emergency number: 112

Country code: +33

Currency: Euro

St Tropez

Tourist Information www.sainttropeztourisme.com

Tourist Information Office address:
Quai Jean Jaurès, 83990 St Tropez
0892 68 48 28

Cannes

Tourist Information cannes-destination

Tourist Information Office address:
1 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes
04 92 99 84 22

Cap d’Antibes/Juan les Pins

Tourist Information www.antibesjuanlespins.com

Tourist Information Office addresses:
11, place du Général de Gaulle BP 37, 06601 Antibes
04 97 23 11 11
51, boulevard Charles Guillaumont, 06160 Juan-les-Pins
04 97 23 11 10

Nice

Tourist Information nicetourisme.com

Tourist Information Office address:
5 Promenade des Anglais, 06302 Nice
0892 70 74 07

Eze

Tourist Information eze-tourisme.com

Tourist Information Office address:
Place du Gl de Gaulle, 06360 Eze
04 93 41 26 00

St Paul de Vence

Tourist Information saint-pauldevence.com

Tourist Information Office address:
2 Rue Grande, 06570 Saint-Paul-de-Vence
04 93 32 86 95

Le Café De Paris, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
Place to see and be seen, this chic café with its beautiful terrace is perfectly located on St Tropez harbour to offer uninterrupted views of the port and magnificent boats docked there. Inside empire style fabric, facet wall mirrors, baroque chandeliers. On the menu: Foie gras terrine, beaf fillet steak, steak tartare, sandwiches, salads. And there is a sushi bar.

www.cafedeparis.fr
15 Quai Suffren, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 00 56

Casa Mia, Cannes

Type of Cuisine: Fine dining
Right in the centre of Cannes, a stone’s throw from the Palais des Festivals and the Croisette, Casa Mia serves a delicate, subtle Italian cuisine in cosy setting. With a verdant terrace and a chic, sober interior decoration, the restaurant can seat more than a hundred people. The Chef, the Venetian Franco Geronutti serves a refined cuisine with homemade pasta and risotti, fritto mixto, lamb cooked in Valpolicella or quite simply Caprese. On the first floor, you’ll find a unique bar and lounge, worthy of the most beautiful of all capital cities and a resident DJ.

www.casamia-cannes.com
7 Rue Marceau, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 38 93 93

Cucina Byblos, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: International
Generous Italian cooking bursting with character! Just a stone’s throw from the legendary Place des Lices, Cucina, the new restaurant at Hotel Byblos, welcomes guests warmly to a colourful and resolutely contemporary setting, in which a relaxed atmosphere reigns supreme. You will discover a whole host of flavours and aromas that combine to recreate the original and authentic taste
of Italian cuisine, in a performance orchestrated by Rocco Seminara, the new Executive Chef at Le Byblos.

www.byblos.com
Hotel Byblos Avenue – Maréchal Foch, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 56 68 20

La Vague d’Or, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Cheval Blanc St-Tropez’s restaurant uses the highest quality ingredients and combines them with elegant attentive service. With three MICHELIN stars, five toques and a 19/20 rating by Gault & Millau, La Vague d’Or invites guests on a magical journey between land and sea every evening. Chef Arnaud Donckele presides over the orchestra of chefs and service Ambassadeurs, a master alchemist of textures and taste.

www.chevalblanc.com
Cheval Blanc St-Tropez – Route nationale, plage de la Bouillabaisse, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 55 91 00

Chantecler, Nice

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Hotel Negresco’s le Chantecler is one of the best Michelin Guide award winning restaurants in Nice. In a dining room with Regency style decoration including magnificent XVIII century woodwork, Jean-Denis Rieubland proposes his menus : “Découverte” at 140€, “Chantecler” at 90€, and on Sunday for lunchtime his menu “Plaisir” at 58€, inclusive of taxes and service charge (beverages not included). Le Chantecler is open from Wednesday to Saturday for dinner and on Sunday for lunch and dinner.

www.hotel-negresco-nice.com
Hotel Negresco – 37 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 16 64 00

Keisuke Matsushima, Nice

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine, International
Chef Keisuke Matsushima offers Asian-Mediterranean fusion cuisine in his Michelin star restaurant. Bream carpaccio with aioli-soy sauce, grilled duck foie gras with roasted black figs are some of the delicious dishes on the menu.

keisukematsushima.com
22 Rue de France 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 82 26 06

Le Baoli, Cannes

Type of Cuisine: Late night
Le Baoli is a spectacular restaurant and nightclub in Cannes which is often visited by celebrities, especially during the Cannes Film Festival. The tropical setting makes for a magical dinner and later at night the champagne flows freely and the dancefloor is packed with beautiful people.

baolicannes.com
Port Canto la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 43 04 32

L’Atelier du Goût, Bandol

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Gilles Demaure has created a warm and refined restaurant that draws its creativity from the supply of fresh local produce, poultry, meat, goat cheese, vegetables and seasonal fruit. Earthy cuisine: the colours, fragrance, delicate flavours and local produce, selected from farmers and small producers; L’Atelier du Goût sets itself apart by its devotion to quality food. Glass, wood, metal, some herbs, soft lighting; L’Atelier du Goût has opted for sobriety and sees itself as the setting for a colourful cuisine of delicate flavours and fresh vegetable produce. Dinner, cozy corners, shaded terrace, with your partner, family or friends, the atmosphere is elegant and friendly.

atelier-du-gout-bandol.fr
2 rue Pons, 83 150 Bandol Tel 00 33 4 89 66 61 37

Le Quai, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Late night, International
Located right on the harbour, this trendy bar/restaurant/ night club with a large terrace facing the yachts and the floor covered with their iconic black sand is one of St Tropez’s highlights. The Quai ‘s menu features French-Asian fusion cuisine. The diner turns into a hip nightclub in the evening and is the only night bar open all year round in St Tropez. The musical atmosphere changes during the day, from breakfast to dinner, piano bar, lounge room with progressive live music – piano, sax dj.

www.lequaisaint-tropez.com
29 Quai Jean Jaures, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 04 07

Sénéquier, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
Located in the busy port of St Tropez, this popular brasserie has a sprawling terrace filled to maximum potential with its signature bright red lacquered chairs and tables. In 1887 Marie and Martin Sénéquier opened a patisserie and today this café’s terrace is the hottest spot in town to drink their delicious ice coffee in the sweltering summer heat and taste their own special homemade nougat while watching the rich and famous descend from their super yachts. This legendary café has been and still is visited by many celebrities over the years.

www.senequier.com
Quai Jean Jaures, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 20 20

Le Mirazur, Menton

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Built in 1930s style, the Mirazur stands proudly beside one of France’s oldest avocado trees, elevated above the palms and bougainvillea of Menton with panoramic views of the town and its bay and the Mirazur’s own vegetable garden. Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco worked under superstar Alain Passard at L’Arpège in Paris, one of the world’s premier places for fresh vegetables, so it’s no wonder that his Côte d’Azur smart-casual restaurant includes the words “from our garden” next to nearly every dish.

www.mirazur.fr
30 Avenue Aristide Briand, 06500 Menton Tel 00 33 4 92 41 86 86

Bacon, Cap d’Antibes

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Restaurant de Bacon on the Baie des Anges in Cap d’Antibes offers sea views all the way to Italy from its terrace and comes with a glamorous clientele who enjoy the Michelin-starred cuisine. The Sordello family has been running this restaurant since 1948 and it has had the same Head Chef, Serge Philippin, since 1978. Philippin aims to serve his guests the best of the fresh dayly catch and Restaurant de Bacon is known for its classics such as the bourride dégustation, the soupe de poisson avec rouille, and of course the bouillabaisse.

www.restaurantdebacon.com
664 Boulevard de Bacon, 06160 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 61 50 02

Le Club 55, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
The world’s most legendary beach club restaurant, serving delectable Mediterranean cuisine, Club 55 is an institution in Saint Tropez attracting exclusive clientele from everywhere. However, everyone is treated in the same manner, and the right to a table is a privilege which needs to be earned. The waiters have been here for years and serve delectable Mediterranean cuisine. It’s best to begin with an opulent basket of crudités, select a bottle of Chateau de Pampelonne Rosé, and then sit back and relax.

www.club55.fr
Plage de Pampelonne – Boulevard Patch, 83350 Ramatuelle (St Tropez) Tel 00 33 4 94 55 55 55

The African Queen, Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Type of Cuisine: International
The African Queen has become a gourmet’s paradise for film stars and their fans from all over the world. Mediterranean cuisine takes centre stage at the African Queen. The restaurant has developed a real reputation for its dishes – replete with the specialities of Nice and the region and made with the freshest seasonal ingredients, such as the famous pizza with truffles or Vissian’s delicious salad nicoise. The colonial look and feel, with bronze statuettes, exotic woods and elegant lamplight, make the entire experience of the Aftrican Queen a truly memorable one.

www.africanqueen.fr
Port Plaisance, 06310 Beaulieu-sur-Mer Tel 00 33 4 93 01 10 85

Le Banh Hoi, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: International
One of Karl Lagerfeld’s preferred restaurants, this charming Asian pearl in the St Tropez harbour tucked away on a tiny romantic street behind the church specialises in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, the ideal break from all that Provençal aïoli and bouillabaisse. Settle into the red-and-black decor and sample carefully prepared dishes such as Thai fish soup with lemongrass and coconut milk, shrimp and mango salad, ravioli stuffed with pork and mushrooms, and grilled chicken with satay sauce.

www.banh-hoi.com
12 Rue Petit St Jean, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 36 29

La Petite Maison, Nice

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
This bustling and noisy tavern in the heart of the Old Town resides in a 19th-century grocery store. Regulars include Elton John and his longtime companion, who live in a villa nearby. It’s usually packed with diners wanting to taste this array of Niçoise cuisine, the authenticity of which is virtually unequaled in the city. You can enjoy a delicious selection of grilled fish, or pastas, and steaks, all prepared with the right Mediterranean touches.

www.facebook.com/LaPetiteMaisonNice
11, rue Saint François de Paule, Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 92 59 59 / 00 33 4 93 85 71 53

Les Deux Canailles, Nice

Type of Cuisine: International
This restaurant, run by two young men Laurent Inoué and Tsumoru Takano, is modern, colourful and welcoming. The former greets and looks after customers, while the latter takes care of the cooking. The carte is a savvy blend of French and Japanese inspiration creating a real taste experience. Laurent Inoué will be delighted to help customers choose the ideal wine to accompany their meal from the extensive wine list.

www.lesdeuxcanailles.com
6 Rue Chauvain, 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 01 84 83

Colette, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Fine dining
At Colette, in Hotel Sezz, Mediterranean cuisine gets inventive but with a strong root in tradition. Products are sourced from local suppliers and the menu ranges from fresh fish to grilled dishes. The casual atmosphere ensures a relaxed dining experience in the day, but in the evening the ambience in the restaurant changes to something more glamorous. With its chic interior and delicious food Colette is a favourite among both locals and hotel guests.

www.hotelsezz-sainttropez.com
Hotel Sezz, Route des Salins, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 44 53 11

Cristina Saulini, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: International
Hailed as the best new restaurant in St Tropez this season, Cristina opened at the beginning of May 2010 and is the brainchild of Cristina Saulini, an Italian chef who takes personal control of the kitchen. Cristina is located in the narrowest stretch of a narrow lane running parallel with Rue Gambetta. Inside is plush whilst sitting outside gives you the opportunity to cozy up to passing tourists who find themselves clinging to the menu blackboard as they squidge through the tiniest of gaps.

www.cristinasaulini.com
13, rue des Feniers, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 46 10

HANgoût, Nice

Type of Cuisine: International
Lovely restaurant with a modern and sleek décor and open kitchen that offers gastronomic cuisine reinvented by Japanese Chef Takayuki Kamiya and prepared only with seasonal fresh produce. The chef has used his origins and experience to create HANgoût’s French/Asian menu. Traditional French dishes are subtly revised and infused with Asian flavours; beef tenderloin sautéed in soy sauce with onions, roast duck breast with miso, homemade ice cream, seasonal fruit tart. Former sommelier Jean-Michel Baranger will prepare you a fabulous cocktail and advise you on the best wine with your meal.

www.hangout-nice.com
5 Rue du Moulin, 06300 Nice Tel 00 33 4 22 16 99 26

Les Vieux Murs, Cap d’Antibes

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
This charming Provençal tavern is inside the 17th-century ramparts that used to fortify the old seaport, not far from the Musée Picasso. White paint complements soaring stone vaults, and a glassed-in front terrace overlooks the water. The owner, Philippe Bensimon, and his chef, Thierry Gratarolla, run a warm, welcoming place. They use market-fresh ingredients, especially seafood, which is prepared with flavor and served with style. Daily offerings depend on what was best at the market. Lusty provençale meat and poultry dishes are menu staples.

www.lesvieuxmurs.com
25 Promenade Amiral de Grasse, 06600 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 34 06 73

Autres Ray’son, Fréjus

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Restaurant Autres Ray’son is ideally located on the harbour, boasting a sunny terrace and modern wood and teak dining room decorated with many flowers. A warm ambiance and friendly staff make you feel at home. With a modern take on traditional cuisine, foie gras gets flavoured with new ingredients, the desserts have surprising touches to them, and the main courses created by the talented Chef have refined and innovative flavours. This neighbourhood restaurant has remained simple despite its privileged location.

www.autresrayson.com
37 Quai Marc Antoine, 83600 Fréjus Tel 00 33 4 94 17 11 21

Le Vingt4

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Restaurant Le Vingt4, fully refurbished with a bright décor in white and lilac tones, offers: breakfasts, various salads and daily specials a l’Ardoise – served on a slate platter – (note: coffee is free for ladies) appetizers, gourmet menu and wine and champagne bar and in the evening, all in a relaxed atmosphere. Le Vingt4 has a unique presentation of wines: The menu is classified by colours, and is not categorised by region or grape varieties, but by the flavour of the wine.

www.levingt4.fr
24 Rue Alphonse Karr, 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 88 45 49

Le Salon des Indépendants, Cannes

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
One of Cannes’ best restaurants, with its unique and relatively inexpensive menu formula where all is included: Champagne, salad, charcuterie, terrine as apéritif. Then the starter of the day and a shot of vodka. The main course is either fish or meat which is accompanied by a half bottle of wine per person. Dessert is a choice between four to five desserts. Every evening there is live latin music. All in all, Le Salon des Indépendants offers a very pleasant atmosphere with great value and quality dining.

facebook.com/Le-Salon-des-Independants
11 Rue Louis Perrissol, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 39 97 06

The Strand, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
Casually elegant, restaurant the Strand sets an identifiable benchmark of progress for Gustavia restaurants, combining mood, setting, people and food in perfect proportion, and proving that a restaurant doesn’t have to be boring to put out great food, or sacrifice culinary standards because it’s hip. Here, both are admirably achieved, but for culinary purists, come before 10 pm, after which the restaurant mood swings decidely more to lounge.

the-strand.fr
2 rue du Petit Bal, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 43 22

La Pesquiere, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Opened in 1962 by Jacques Cadel and now run by his daughter Anne-Marie Cadel and Jean Jauffret, this family restaurant has managed to preserve its tradition, its conviviality and has retained the loyalty of its regular customers. With a wonderful ocean view, this legendary restaurant is a special visit for everyone. Jean and Marie-Anne offer a simple and traditional Provencal cuisine.

pesquiere.mazagran.free.fr
1 Rue des Remparts 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 05 92

Château de la Messardière***** St Tropez

Château de la Messardière is a 5-star palace located in Saint-Tropez in the Var region, spanning both Provence and the French Riviera. The exclusive Château de la Messardière is Saint-Tropez’s largest hotel with its 117 rooms, featuring a Spa, gourmet restaurant and poolside restaurant, bars, an art gallery and magnificent 25-acre grounds. Benefiting from an exceptionally refined environment, Château de la Messardière also provides a magical backdrop for weddings and receptions, business tourism, incentive, team-building and prestigeous events of all kinds.

www.messardiere.com
Route de Tahiti, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 56 76 00

Majestic Barrière***** Cannes

The Majestic Barrière on the Riviera is ideally located on La Croisette in Cannes. This legendary, palatial Art Deco style hotel stands proudly facing the Mediterranean, just a few yards away from the Palais des Festivals. The Majestic boasts 258 rooms and 89 suites (including 2 penthouses) spread over 5 floors. The Cannes Film Festival’s hotel manages to be highly modern without losing any of its natural elegance, as befits a 5-star hotel. Features: Outdoor heated pool, Spa My Blend by Clarins, fitness hall with sports coaches, luxury brand boutiques, private beach.

www.lucienbarriere.com
10 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 92 98 77 00

Le Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel*****

Exquisitely situated on a private golden beach, Le Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel is an elegant property overlooking the Mediterranean sea. Nestled amongst lush greenery and looking out to the Lérins islands and majestic Esterel Mountains, this hotel is inviting and refined, with warm, contemporary decor and inspired artistic features. Boasting luxurious furnishings and Italian bathrooms, the enchanting rooms and suites lead out to private terraces and gardens, offering guests complete intimacy. The hotel is home to the Summer Beach Wellness Centre and gastronomic restaurant Les Pêcheurs.

www.ca-beachhotel.com
10 Boulevard Maréchal Juin, 06160 Cap d’Antibes Tel 00 33 4 92 93 13 30

Hôtel Martinez*****Cannes

Standing tall overlooking the sea of the Croisette, Hotel Martinez has affirmed itself for decades as one of the most important of the Europeen palaces whose many rooms and suites have at one time or another hosted a celebrity. The Martinez has three restaurants, a piano bar and a heated swimming pool. You will also find the Martinez Spa, unique in France, and sprawling over 9000m2 lies this veritable modern temple of beauty and individual well-being.

www.hyatt.com
73 boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 90 12 34

Hôtel Le Pré Catelan*** Juan les Pins

Located between Cannes and Nice, in a secluded estate and lying in the shade of palm trees, charming boutique Hotel Le Pré Catelan offers the magical setting of the charm and authenticity of a Provençal Bastide 1920. At an ideal location just 200m from Juan les Pins sandy beaches, and 5 mn from Antibes Old City, this hotel offers 24 rooms entirely renovated in Provençal style, a swimming pool from april to october, outside Jacuzzi all year, Bar, selection of cold plates, buffet breakfast, and free wifi.

www.precatelan.com
27 Avenue des Palmiers, 22 Avenue des Lauriers, 06160 Antibes Juan les Pins Tel 00 33 4 93 61 05 11

La Réserve***** St Tropez

La Réserve is a secret refuge in a unique setting in harmony with its surroundings. Ideally located just minutes from the village of Saint-Tropez, overlooking the Mediterranean, the hotel has 9 rooms and 19 suites. Rooms have either a private, sun-filled terrace or garden and classic provençal-style villas with pools are set in lovely private gardens offering a privileged view of the Mediterranean.
La Réserve has an exceptional spa, an indoor pool, an outside pool with a pool-house, hammam, a bar and a restaurant.

www.lareserve-ramatuelle.com
Chemin de la Quessine, 83350 Ramatuelle (St Tropez) Tel 00 33 4 94 44 94 44

L’Ermitage**** St Tropez

Ideally situated in the heart of St Tropez with an exquisite view of the bay, the hotel Ermitage is the hippest hotel on the Riviera. The interior is eclectic with a strong emphasis on late 1950’s design. The hotel’s unique vintage and designer furniture, including rare pieces by Jean Prouvé and photographs by controversial photographer Terry Richardson, is carefully curated by owner and Parisian personality André. Each room is different and designed by André’s friends, artists and designers such as Marc Newson, Christian Louboutin, Chloe Sevigny and a spécial ‘Purple’ room by Olivier Zahm.

ermitagehotel.fr
Avenue Paul Signac, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 81 08 10

Welcome Hotel**** Villefranche-Sur-Mer

Between Nice and Monte-Carlo, the hotel Welcome welcomes you in the heart of the historical village of Villefranche-sur-Mer. The hotel has been entirely renovated and now features 35 air-conditioned and fully-appointed rooms, all offering a lovely sea view. Many artists stayed there, such as Jean Cocteau, a famous French poet and writer. Among the amenities offered are a bar, a private parking, a meeting room and free WIFI. The attentive staff is at your disposal to guide you during your stay.

www.welcomehotel.com
3 Quai de l’Amiral Courbet, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer Tel 00 33 4 93 76 27 62

Hotel Royal Riviera***** Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Hotel Royal Riviera is a jewel on the Côte d’Azur with sun-filled terraces, sandy beach, brimming swimming pool. A harmony of the colours of the South of France, morning sunlight, balcony overlooking the sea and attention to detail; everything has been thought of in order to make each and every stay a wonderful memory. Designed to reflect the landscape of the south of France, the majority of the rooms overlook the sea and gardens. Features: Gastronomic restaurant La Table du Royal, the Cap bar, wellness centre. The hotel also has an orange and lavender garden with walkways, as well as a private beach with watersports.

www.royal-riviera.com
3 avenue Jean Monnet, 06230 Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Tel 00 33 4 93 76 31 00

Le Byblos***** St Tropez

This magical and prestigious place in the heart of Saint-Tropez, gleaming and relaxing, secret and selective, chic and relaxed, is where the most influential people of the world have stayed at least one time in their life. Hotel Byblos’ large, terraced pool is set in the center of the hotel’s horseshoe layout, and is a focal point of hotel action. Plenty of lounge chairs, a poolside bar, an array of beautiful people in skimpy bikinis and a French Riviera setting guarantee that Hotel Byblos’s pool is a social scene. Hotel Byblos’s trendy nightclub, Les Caves des Roy, hosts an ultra-fashionable late-night South of France party crowd where hotel guests enjoy automatic admission.

www.byblos.com
Avenue Paul Signac, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 56 68 00

Le Beau Rivage**** Nice

The hotel Beau Rivage, built in 1860, was one of the first Niçois hotels located in continuation of the famous Promenade des anglais on the sea shore. Artists and intellectuals of that time such as Matisse, Fitzgerald, Nietzsche or Theckhov were regular clients. At the beginning of the 21st century, the famous French architect Jean-Michel WIlmotte completed a full scale renovation of the Hotel Beau Rivage. “Local feel and modernity” were the key words of his project: 19th century’s façade, innovating architecture, contemporary design and styled decoration in beige stone, wood, pebbles and linen.
An atmosphere of pure design with a touch of Nice.

www.hotelnicebeaurivage.com
24 Rue St François de Paule, 06300 Nice Tel 00 33 4 92 47 82 82

Belles Rives***** Cap d’Antibes

Enjoying an enviable location, this waterfront hotel stands 500 metres from Port Gallice, in easy reach of Cap d’Antibes and Cannes. The hotel’s private beach invites guests to relax on sparkling sands or in comfortable deck chairs, before going swimming or diving. Guests can also enjoying massages or rent a boat. The hotel’s restaurant serves sumptuous cuisine with views of the Juan-les-Pins bay, to be followed by a cool cocktail at the piano bar. History and modernity combine at the Belles Rives Hotel; Art deco influences meet contemporary touches.

www.bellesrives.com
33 Boulevard Edouard Baudoin, 06160 Juan-les-Pins/Cap d’Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 61 02 79

La Reserve de Beaulieu***** Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Basking in its magnificent natural setting, La Reserve de Beaulieu welcomes you with all the charm and elegance of a prestige hotel. A true jewel of the Cote d’Azur, not far from Nice and Monaco, and next door to the famous resorts of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Villefranche-sur-Mer and Eze village, this authentic palace has always kindled in its guests a feeling of enchantment. Exclusive features: leading Michelin-starred gastronomic, swimming pool overlooking the Mediterranean, the particularly relaxing spa and the subtle spirit of hospitality.

www.reservebeaulieu.com
5 boulevard du Maréchal Leclerc, 06310 Beaulieu-sur-Mer Tel 00 33 4 93 01 00 01

Intercontinental Carlton Cannes*****

This 343 room luxury hotel listed by the French government as a National Historic Building has hosted the world’s most famous movie stars and other celebrities. Built in 1911 and ideally located on the famous ‘La Croisette’ Boulevard, close to the Cannes Palais des Festivals and the shopping district, the InterContinental Carlton Cannes is facing the Mediterranean Sea and offers breathtaking views over the Bay of Cannes. The InterContinental Carlton Cannes features 2 restaurants, 2 bars, 10 meeting rooms (‘Grand salon’, historical listed ballroom) and a private sandy beach.

www.ihg.com
58 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 06 40 06

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc***** Antibes

This hotel seems to encapsulate the eternal allure of the Côte d’Azur, with its luxurious ambiance and sweeping ocean views. Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc recently reopened after a four-year, €45-million restoration. It has retained its elegant, 19th-century ambience, and its 67 rooms, many with Mediterranean views, are now as grand as when the hotel first opened in 1870. Facilities include 22 acres of forested grounds, a heated seawater swimming pool, ultra-private cliff-top cabanas, five tennis courts, a La Prairie spa, and a hair and beauty boutique. Chef Arnaud Poëtte’s exquisite French cuisine is served in Restaurant Eden-Roc.

www.hotel-du-cap-eden-roc.com
Boulevard JF Kennedy, Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 61 39 01

Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat***** Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

The Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat is located between Nice and Monaco, at the tip of the Cap-Ferrat peninsula, facing the Mediterranean, in a private 17-acre estate with pine trees and flowers of a thousand colors. The hotel has been entirely renovated and redecorated by the famous designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, and now boasts an 8500-square-foot spa with indoor swimming pool, six luxury treatment rooms, fitness center, Jacuzzi, saunas, steam rooms and spa gardens.

www.fourseasons.com
71 Bd du General de Gaulle, 06230 Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Tel 00 33 4 93765050

La Colombe d’Or**** St Paul-de-Vence

La Colombe d’Or, the historic Roux family’s legendary hotel and restaurant in St Paul-de-Vence is renowned all over the world for its sublimely romantic restaurant with fine home-grown Provençale cooking and a superb private collection of 20th century art. Since the 1920s, the late Paul Roux has hosted some of the greatest modern artists: from Miró to Matisse, Calder to Chagal, Utrillo and Pablo Picasso. Many settled their bills with paintings, sculptures and drawings, hence the amazing collection. The rooms are decorated with aesthetically pleasing textures, colours, grand tapestries and antique country furniture.

www.la-colombe-dor.com
1 Place du Général de Gaulle, 06570 St Paul-de-Vence Tel 00 33 4 93 32 80 02

Château de La Chèvre d’Or***** Eze

Le Château de la Chèvre d’Or in the medieval city of Eze sits between the sky and the Mediterranean Sea and offers a warm, family-friendly atmosphere. This Château, with its breathtaking vantage point over the Mediterranean, has relaxing activities in store for you: swimming a few lengths of the pool in perfect harmony with nature, fragrant gardens, Indian massages, tennis. The pleasure of strolling through the narrow cobblestone streets of the medieval village is reflected in the charm of the rooms, which are each differently appointed. The hotel features no less than 4 excellent restaurants.

www.chevredor.com
6 Rue du Barri, 06260 Eze Village Tel 00 33 4 92 10 66 66

Five Seas Hotel***** Cannes

Based on the inspired idea of travelling through imagination, this one-of-a-kind property references a romantic notion of ‘voyage immobile’, inspired by the name of the neighbouring Notre Dame de Bon Voyage church. Stylish simplicity creates the perfect backdrop to a display of objects sourced from all corners of the world. Guestrooms and suites are expanses of style, hosting canopy beds dressed in crisp white sheets, suitcase-inspired dressing rooms and spacious bathrooms that speak of sleek sophistication. Features: Sea Sens restaurant, Spa by Cinq Mondes, the hotel’s sun-dappled deck with panoramic and a glistening pool.

fiveseashotel.com
1 rue Notre Dame, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 63 36 05 05

Sezz***** St Tropez

Sezz St Tropez is an exclusive design hotel near St Tropez, surrounded by tall, swaying palm trees that frame an inviting outdoor pool. It sits by the sparkling waters of the Baie des Canebiers, just a short walk from the sandy beach. Guestrooms are light and bright, combining hints of beachside glamour with retro influences and high curved ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor showers and private terraces. The hotel’s Restaurant Colette serves traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist in an ambience of al fresco relaxation. Features: Sezz by Payot Spa with jacuzzi or hammam, sophisticated Dom Pérignon Bar.

www.hotelsezz-sainttropez.com
151 Route des Salins, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 55 31 55

Benkiraï St Tropez****

The Benkiraï St Tropez is an example of hotel luxury on the south coast of France. Standing in verdant tranquillity, not far from golden beaches and sparkling seas, it is just 1.5km from the heart of St Tropez. The guestrooms are stylishly simple, focusing upon the large, inviting beds and featuring free WiFi, air conditioning, flatscreen televisions and DVD players. Whilst the hotel’s swimming pool sparkles invitingly under swaying palms, traditional massages on offer promise to refresh and rejuvenate. Guests can enjoy innovative local cuisine served on the terrace, in-room or in the cool interiors of the restaurant.

www.hotelbenkirai.com
11 Chemin du Pinet, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 04 37

Hotel La Bastide Saint Antoine***** Grasse

La Bastide Saint-Antoine in Grasse is surrounded by grounds spanning five hectares with lush Mediterranean vegetation set amidst olive groves. La Bastide was once a grand private residence; it overlooks a landscape dotted with olive trees and offers a wide range of activities, among which swimming pool and Jacuzzi, pool house, fitness center and fitness trail, boules court. Guests can also enjoy walks through the vegetable garden and beautiful blooming grounds, tours of the hotel’s wine cellar, cooking classes, or a pass a day as an observer watching the chef and the kitchen staff in action.

www.jacques-chibois.com
48 avenue Henri Dunant, 06130 Grasse Tel 00 33 4 93 70 94 94

Hôtel Le Saint-Paul***** St Paul-de-Vence

Hôtel Le Saint-Paul is a 5-star hotel on the French Riviera. The flower-filled hotel terrace is a magical spot, perfect for enjoying delicious Provencal cuisine under the summer sun. The vaulted dining room decorated with wall frescoes speaks of evening interior elegance. Guestrooms at Hôtel Le St Paul are havens of old-world charm. Period furnishings feature alongside precious materials and touches of luxury such as satellite televisions.

www.lesaintpaul.com
86 rue Grande, 06570 St Paul-de-Vence Tel 00 33 4 93 32 65 25

Royal Antibes, Hotel, Residence, Beach & Spa**** Cap d’Antibes

Ideally situated on the Mediterranean coast and very close the Cap d’Antibes, the Hotel & Residence Royal is just a 10-minutes walk from the old city of Antibes and from the exhibition centre of Juan-les-Pins. Apartments, rooms and suites are equipped with air-conditioned, TV, private bathroom and free Wi-Fi internet access. The hotel offers you a choice of no less than three different surroundings for relaxing under the sun: the conviviality of the fine sandy private beach, the comfort of the large terrace, or the peace and tranquillity of the pontoon.

www.hotelroyal-antibes.com
16 boulevard du Marechal Leclerc, 06600 Cap d’Antibes Tel 00 33 4 83 61 91 91

Le Grand Hotel***** Cannes

Located on the Croisette overlooking the beach, this vibrant and stylish hotel is graced with a garden with tall date palms and a lawn sweeping down to the waterfront. The magnificently refurbished, spacious rooms and suites offer every comfort and luxurious services in a contemporary, simple and low-key setting. Features: the Michelin-starred Park 45 restaurant with spacious terraces overlooking the gardens and the sea offering excellent seafood and lounge bar Le Cercle serving light meals and snacks, with oversized orange armchairs and the hotel’s signature retro look.

www.grand-hotel-cannes.com
45 boulevard de la Croisette, 06401 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 38 15 45

Hostellerie La Farandole**** Sanary-sur-Mer

Beyond the striking modern facade of Hostellerie La Farandole, interiors are steeped in luxury and dedicated to comfort. Light and bright guestrooms and suites are imbued with an aura of modern elegant refinement, complementing smooth wood, glass and marble features with rich swathes of luxury fabrics in calm cream shades. Guests can enjoy the beach, scuba dive, snorkel or simply recline and relax. Return to plunge into the sparkling outdoor pool then succumb to absolute indulgence with a massage or treatment at the Zen-inspired Spa La Farandole by Terraké followed by a culinary masterpiece at La Gorguette.

www.hostellerielafarandole.com
140 Chemin de la plage, 83110 Sanary-sur-Mer Tel 00 33 4 94 90 30 20

Hotel Renoir**** Cannes

Completely renovated in 2006, this enchanting hotel with a Belle Époque facade enjoys an ideal location, just three minutes from the Festival Palace of Cannes. The Hotel Renoir’s 19th century building offers 50s Hollywood-style interiors. This style prevails throughout the 26 spacious rooms and suites of the hotel, as is reflected in their white leather lined walls, carpets and curtains in white and cream hues, and old dated furniture with mirrors and ornament in leaf of gold and silver. Guests’ comfort is assured. The establishment also offers a bar which is always open, and private parking.

hotel-renoir.fr
7 rue Edith Cavell, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 92 99 62 62

Tiara Yaktsa***** Cannes

Be enveloped in a world of understated opulence at the Tiara Yaktsa Cannes Hotel, a small and stylish property that sits steps from the sea in the picturesque town of Théoule-sur-Mer on the south coast of France. This luxury hotel combines spectacular sea vistas, manicured gardens and soothing fragrant scents with an aura of true tranquillity. The uniquely decorated rooms and suites offer intimacy and privacy and are bathed in Mediterranean inspired decor, with rich shades, soft hues and comfortable furnishings. Fitness centre, outdoor pool, Valmont beauty centre, L’Or Bleu Restaurant.

yaktsa.tiara-hotels.com

6 boulevard de l’Esquillon, 06590 Théoule-sur-Mer Tel 00 33 4 92 28 60 30

Hôtel Alain Llorca**** St Paul-de-Vence

Comprised of three traditional Provençal country houses, a pool, and landscaped gardens, Le Clos des Arts overflows with elegance and good taste, a great refuge where you can soak up the atmosphere of the Cote d´Azur. The nine rooms and suites at Le Clos des Arts, located in three traditional houses, each feature a south facing terrace or garden. Each room is different, but all are decorated in warm colours and have stylish furniture and antique lighting chosen with taste by the owners over the years. One of the highlights is undoubtedly the “Café Llorca” restaurant that serves regional dishes.

www.alainllorca.com
350 route de St Paul, Quartier la Souquée, 06480 St Paul-de-Vence Tel 00 33 4 93 32 02 93

Château Les Crostes, Lorgues

Tucked away in the forested hills of Provence, 17th century Château les Crostes is an award-winning vineyard producing wines of outstanding quality set in a lush forest, with its vineyards ex tending generously over the ridges and valleys leading to the town of Lorgues. There are 9 rooms and suites. The Château Les Crostes includes a large range of activities and facilities: helicopter landing pad, swimming pool with jacuzzi, piano, library, sauna, fitness room, tennis courts, archery and the billiard room.

www.chateau-les-crostes.com
2086 chemin de St Louis, 83510 Lorgues Tel 00 33 4 94 73 98 40

Kube Hotel***** St Tropez

Spacious and filled with light, the luxury design Kube Hotel offers all services one can expect from a luxury holiday in St Tropez. The 41 air-conditioned and spacious rooms and suites all offer design, comfort, high technology and a wonderful sea or garden view and some a terrace. Features: Free wireless Internet access, satellite television with premium TV channels, CD/DVD, safe and mini bars. Kube Hotel is a mini resort, including a well-being space, two swimming pools and a private park. At night, the hotel takes the appearance of a club with two bars, the Ice Bar and trendy dj sessions.

www.kubehotel-saint-tropez.com
13 Chemin Rogon de la Valette, 83580 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 20 00

Chateau Eza***** Eze

Of all the hotels on the Cote d’Azur, Château Eza is the most stunning, with a Michelin-starred restaurant, tucked away in Eze in one of the most enchanting locations on the Côte d’ Azur. Exquisite and intimate, the 12 rooms and suites château clings to the side of the ancient rock walls of Eze, a thousand-year-old medieval village more than 400 meters above the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel Chateau Eza offers 12 luxurious rooms and suites, each of them uniquely designed in the tradition of the castle.

www.chateaueza.com
Rue de la Pise, 06360 Eze Village Tel 00 33 4 93 41 12 24

Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle

Situated between Cannes and Aix-en-Provence, the Hostellerie is the former priory of a 12th century Benedictine abbey, a place of peace and serenity in the heart of a wine-producing village. This petite boutique hotel was taken over by Alain Ducasse in 1999, who renovated it, emphasising its personality and the abbey’s history and using objects and antique furnishings that he has collected during his travels all over France. People chosen and trained by Alain Ducasse over a period of several years each day prepare four menus offering simple and special cuisine, using local and fresh produce from the hotel’s own garden.

www.abbaye-celle.com
10 Place Général de Gaulle, 83170 La Celle Tel 00 33 4 98 05 14 14

Hôtel Ellington**** Nice

Located in the heart of Nice on the stylish Boulevard Dubouchage, Hotel Ellington is a unique experience for all its customers. Inspired by Duke Ellington, the jazzy atmosphere of the 110 recently renovated rooms, blends in perfectly with the design of the hotel which is based in a typical house from Nice. The different facilities such as the homemade American buffet breakfast, the Duke Bar & Lounge with its daily Happy Hour, the sunny patio will make Hotel Ellington’s guests stay, a memorable one.

www.ellington-nice.com
25 boulevard Dubouchage, 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 92 47 79 79

Le Yaca**** St Tropez

At the foot of the Citadelle, near the port and St Tropez’ lively streets, this magical 4-star hotel sits amid four beautiful 18 century Provencal houses. The establishment is well-known for its wonderful reception as well as its refined setting. The comfortable romantic rooms and the suites with air-conditioning, a balcony or a terrace, are situated in two wings of the building and equipped with all the modern comforts. Some rooms have views overlooking the internal garden and its swimming pool; the others offer a sight of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez or the old village.

www.hotel-le-yaca.fr
1 Boulevard d’Aumale, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 55 81 00

La Villa Gallici, Aix-en-Provence

La Villa Gallici is an 18th century villa liberally furnished with period antiques and art, and blessed with fine French cuisine and a Florentine garden. Once a private residence surrounded by an orchard, La Villa Gallici now welcomes guests to find a perfect spot to relax on the grounds, whether in the garden, in the shade of a Cypress tree, or on the terrace beside the swimming pool. Lounge on antique couches, as you sample from the seasonal menu of both Mediterranean and Provencal favourites like duck magret cooked in white truffle honey or roasted scampis in a shellfish consommé.

www.villagallici.com
18 Avenue de la Violette, 13100 Aix-en-Provence Tel 00 33 4 42 23 29 23

Althoff Hotel Villa Belrose***** Gassin

Located on the borderline between the sky and the sea, on one of the hills of Gassin, the Althoff Hotel Villa Belrose is just five minutes away from the well-known small village of Saint-Tropez. With its heated 200sqm pool, its luxury beauty center, its newly decorated Michelin starred restaurant and the pool restaurant le “Petit Belrose”, the Villa offers a unique experience. Set in a 7000 sqm area with pine trees and landscapes gardens, the Villa Belrose inspired by a Florentine Villa, offers you a tremendous and panoramic view over the Bay of Saint-Tropez.

www.villa-belrose.com
La Grande Bastide, boulevard des Crêtes, 83580 Gassin (St Tropez) Tel 00 33 4 94 55 97 97

La Villa Mauresque, St Raphael

Between Cannes and Saint Tropez, Hôtel La Villa Mauresque is a stunning 19th Century chateau, one of the most romantic boutique hotels on the French Riviera, like a gem set on the seafront, in Boulouris, near the city of Saint Raphaël. Its gourmet Restaurant “Le Bougainvillier”, managed by the Chef Philippe Nogier, is a refined stopover in a somptuous trip along the Méditerranean shore, with its delicious French and Mediterranean Cuisine, its beautiful terrace in front of the sea, and its luminous and cosy Salle à manger.

villa-mauresque.com
1792 route de la Corniche, 83700 St Raphaël Tel 00 33 4 94 83 02 42

Le Baoli, Cannes

Type of Cuisine: Late night
Le Baoli is a spectacular restaurant and nightclub in Cannes which is often visited by celebrities, especially during the Cannes Film Festival. The tropical setting makes for a magical dinner and later at night the champagne flows freely and the dancefloor is packed with beautiful people.

www.lebaoli.com
Port Canto la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 43 04 32

La Siesta, Antibes

All year, the Siesta Club is pleased to welcome you in an idyllic atmosphere, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. During the summer season this mythical place of the festival becomes one of the largest open-air nightclubs on the Côte d’Azur. La Siesta is an enormous summertime entertainment center with seven dance floors and the largest beach piste in France. A casino—complete with bar, restaurant, slot machines, and roulette tables—is open daily throughout the year.

www.joa-casino.com
Route du Bord de Mer, 06600 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 33 31 31

Le Quai, St Tropez

Type of Cuisine: Late night, International
Located right on the harbour, this trendy bar/restaurant/night club with a large terrace facing the yachts and the floor covered with their iconic black sand is one of St Tropez’s highlights. The Quai ‘s menu features French-Asian fusion cuisine. The diner turns into a hip nightclub in the evening and is the only night bar open all year round in St Tropez. The musical atmosphere changes during the day, from breakfast to dinner, piano bar, lounge room with progressive live music.

www.lequaisaint-tropez.com
29 Quai Jean Jaures, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 04 07

Les Caves du Roy, St Tropez

At the centre of the luxurious hotel Byblos in the very heart of St Tropez, les Caves du Roy has been the ultimate hedonistic nightlife destination on the French Riviera for over 40 years. In this magical setting, the world famous, jetsetting patrons revel in the electric, ultra-glamorous atmosphere. The contagious spirit captures the crowd as Jack-E, the resident DJ, who calls many of the celebrity guests his friends, seduces the VIP regulars and transports legendary newcomers with his sexy house music mixes, until the sun comes up over the Meditterranean.

www.lescavesduroy.com
Avenue Paul-Signac, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 56 68 00

Le Ghost, Nice

An institution in Niçoise nightlife, famous Pub Bar Le Ghost warmly welcomes you from 11pm to 4am Monday to Saturday, to chat with friends over a drink, relax after a long day of work or just go wild on the Ghost sound. With music ranging from electro to func, the music attracts a mixed and loyal crowd.

leghost-pub.com
3 Rue Barillerie, 06300 Nice Tel 04 93 92 93 37

Truphème, St Tropez

One of the most renowned perfumeries in Provence, Truphème, has a branch in Saint Tropez. Marcellin and Christine Truphème opened their first shop back in 1885 and now this is the place to find a most complete range of classic and newer brands from Chanel to Stella McCartney to Cathy Guetta. Also in Aix en Provence, Antibes and Cannes.

www.trupheme.fr
19 Quai Suffren, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 97 14 10

Le Marché au Place des Lices, St Tropez

Place des Lices is a charming tree-lined square in St Tropez where an open-air market is held with a mix of products, food artisans and florists, when the locals are not using it to play boule. The market is held every Tuesday and Saturday between 9am and 1pm. Try to come early as this picturesque little square gets very busy!

Place des Lices, St Tropez

Nicolas Alziari, Nice

Nicolas Alziari is the oldest olive manufacturer in Nice, having been established in 1868. Besides top quality olive oils Alziari offers a range of delicatessen products from olives, anchovies, and pistous to aiolis and tapenades. The house-brand of olive oil comes in a light version which is vaguely perfumed with Provence, and a stronger version with earthy flavours. As well as regional and flavoured olive oils, there are numerous olive-infused products, from tapenades to face creams. Also for sale are objects crafted from olive wood.

www.alziari.com.fr
318 Boulevard de la Madeleine, Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 44 45 12

K.Jacques, St Tropez

K.Jacques has been created in 1933 by Mr and Mrs Jacques Kéklikian in a small shop situated at rue Allard in St Tropez. This shop also used to serve as the sandals’ workshop. The sandals were made to measure for each customer, very often for famous personalities on holidays in St Tropez. Today the firm is still a family business whose ‘spartiates tropéziennes’ roam about the world.

www.lestropeziennes.com
25, Rue Allard 83990 St Tropez
16, Rue Seillon 83990 St Tropez

Cave Bianchi, Nice

Cave Bianchi, dating back to 1860, specializes in local and Provençal specialties and offers an extensive selection of rosés as well as the usual grands crus from Bordeaux and Burgundy. One of the oldest wine shops in the region, Cave Bianchi offers a series of tasting menus including a cheese plate in an atmospheric setting in its underground cellars. The staff speak English and Russian. A larger cellar across the road provides a unique venue for larger group events and the occasional jazz evening.

www.cave-bianchi.fr
7 Rue Raoul Bosio, Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 85 65 79

Berluti, Cannes

This famous century-old French luxury leather house produces top quality shoes and boots for men as well as briefcases, loafers and oxfords. With a top notch clientele, Berluti boasts as past clients such celebrities as Robert De Niro, Gérard Depardieu, Yves Saint Laurent, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bryan Ferry.

www.berluti.com
29 Rue du Commandant André, Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 38 48 48

Nice Étoile, Nice

Nice Étoile is in the centre of Nice town on the main road, Avenue Jean Médecin. Taking up four floors, it has a large range of clothes, shoe and accessory shops, home furnishings, a music and technology store, and some cafés.

www.nicetoile.com
30 Avenue Jean Médecin 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 92 17 38 17

Marché aux Fleurs Cours Saleya, Nice

Cours Saleya flower market is one of the most vibrant and popular markets on the French Riviera. Apart from flowers anything from fresh fish, vegetables and exotic spices is sold here. Located in the old town of Nice, in the best known pedestrian district, the market is lined with cafes and restaurants, perfect for a break. The market is open 6 days a week as a flower and food market and on Mondays it becomes a Antiques and bric-a-brac market.

Vieux Nice Tel 00 33 4 92 14 48 00

Marché Forville, Cannes

A colourful market with fresh produce ranging from all types of seafood to flowers, fruit, seasonal vegetables, locally produced honey, olive oil, tapenades, olives, freshly made pastas, cheeses, meat and charcuterie. The fish is all caught locally and brought in the same morning. Depending upon the catch that day, you will usually find a good range of all sorts of white, oily, exotic fish and eels. The majority of the flowers are also grown locally just outside Antibes and the freshly cut bunches are sold at very reasonable prices. Marché Forville is open all year round daily from Tuesday to Sunday 07h00 – 13h00 although there are slightly fewer stalls during the winter months.

Rue Meynardiers, Cannes

Benjamin Mach Boutique, St Tropez

This jewellery boutique is located in the most typical and historical area of Saint Tropez, where painters and writers have created cultural fame for the village, close to the bustling harbor. The area of Ponche is home to of the showroom boutique of Benjamin Mach, who showcases unique pieces: rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets in silver or gold, precious or semi precious stones. You can also have original and unique pieces custom-made.

benjaminmach.over-blog.com
11 Rue des Remparts, Quartier de La Ponche, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 95 07 73

Sasha de St Tropez

Artist Sasha is owner of gallery Sasha de St Tropez. He specializes in portraits while using different media and techniques, acrylic, plexiglass, canvas prints, limited editions, and he is also a sculptor. Portraits of past and present icons such as St Tropezienne Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Woody Allen and many others are captured in his inimitable style. He is available for commissioned portraits and work.

www.sashadesainttropez.com
10 Place de l’Ormeau, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 6 17 59 64 47

Cap 3000, St-Laurent du Var

Cap 3000 in St-Laurent du Var, near Nice International Airport, is the largest shopping mall in the region with more than 100 shops (fashion, accessories, technology and luggage), services, banks and restaurants and cafés. There is a large department store, Galeries Lafayette which has designer home furnishings and accessories, fashion, sportswear, jewelery, CDs and DVDs. Open: 10:00-21:00 Monday to Saturday, and on Sundays during the sales and on some public holidays.

www.cap3000.com
Avenue Eugène Donadeï, 06700 Saint-Laurent-du-Var Tel 00 33 4 93 31 10 35

Historic Factory Museum of Fragonard Perfume, Grasse

The historic perfume factory in the heart of the Old Town is one of the oldest in Grasse, in existence since 1782. The name Parfumerie Fragonard is a tribute to famous painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Perfumes, cosmetics and soaps are produced here on a daily basis in a setting imbued with respect for tradition. You can take a guided tour during which you will discover the various procedures involved in creating and producing Fragonard’s products. At the end of this tour you can admire 3000 years of perfume history in Fragonard’s private museum or skip to the gift shop with sales of products at factory prices.

www.fragonard.com
20 Boulevard Fragonard, 06130 Grasse Tel 00 33 4 93 36 44 65

Golf Country Club de Cannes-Mougins

The Golf Country Club de Cannes-Mougins has an outstanding worldwide reputation and has been visited by many famous golfers, movie and music stars and so on. The course winds its way between two magnificent forests and is traversed by a river and numerous water hazards. When you play here you will be following in the footsteps of some of the most famous people around. The course is 18 hole, 6400m, par 72.

www.golfcannesmougins.com
175 avenue du Golf, 06250 Mougins Tel 00 33 4 93 75 79 13

Le Parc Phoenix Nice

A unique park in Europe, and ideally located at the western entrance to the city of Nice, the Phoenix Park offers visitors seven acres of relaxation and discovery. Phoenix Park is home to over 2500 species of plants, some of which are considered rare. The park also has an incredible pyramid-shaped greenhouse “Green Diamond”, one of the highest in Europe with six different tropical and subtropical climates inside. The park is also home to residents of many animal species: otters, wallabies, tarantulas, macaws, iguanas, pelicans, owls, etc and is a great amusement park for children with playgrounds and entertainment events year round.

www.parc-phoenix.org
405 Promenade des Anglais, 06200 Nice Tel 00 33 4 92 29 77 00

Liven Up

Liven up is synonymous with the quality its founder, Jean Marc Ayache, has been offering for the last 30 years. The first company on the Côte d’azur to offer minibus excursions, all inclusive private yacht charter packages and the inventor of Ferrari tours in Monaco, Liven up’s unique experiences are professionally and organized with expertise to offer clients maximum satisfaction. Liven up has been “Clefs d’Or concierges partner” since 1992. Located in Monaco and Nice.

www.livenup.fr
208 Boulevard de Mercantour Space A, 06200 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 21 25 12 / 00 33 4 93 78 49 22
2 rue Princesse Florestine, 98000 Monaco Tel 00 377 97 97 17 16 / 00 377 97 97 17 27

La Malmaison, Cannes

Modern art and photography exhibitions are held at Malmaison. Until its purchase by the City of Cannes, La Malmaison’s history was closely linked with that of the Grand Hôtel and is the only pavilion which today remains of the original ensemble. The games room of the Grand Hotel, tea room, La Malmaison were the setting for the first painting exhibitions organised by Aimé Maeght from 1945. The ground floor of La Malmaison now hosts two major exhibitions a year, regularly honouring such great painters as Matisse, Ozenfant or Picasso as well as world-famous 20th and 21st-century artists like Mirö³, Masson and César.

www.cannes.com
47 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 97 06 44 90

Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, St-Jean Cap-Ferrat

Beautiful Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild stands as witness to the wealth and worldly flair of the baroness who had it built; with precious artworks, tapestries, and furniture, each room is given over to a different 18th-century “époque.” Born in 1864, Béatrice was the daughter of the banker and major art collector Baron Alphonse de Rothschild. When he died she inherited a vast fortune and decided to build the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild as her winter residence. In 1933, one year before her death, Béatrice bequeathed her Villa and all of her collections to the Académie des Beaux-Arts.

www.villa-ephrussi.com
Av. Ephrussi, 06230 St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Tel 00 33 4 93 01 33 09

La Citadelle de St Tropez

The 17th century citadel of St Tropez sits on a hill overlooking the city. The largest defense post between Antibes and Toulon for centuries, it remains one of the few monuments of this magnitude on the Var coast. For proper conservation of the site and to better accommodate visitors the city of Saint-Tropez and the state have restored the citadel. Inside the Citadelle’s donjon the Musée Naval (Naval Museum) displays ship models, cannons, maps, and pictures of St-Tropez from its days as a naval port.

1, montée de la citadelle, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 54 84 14

Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain de Nice

Museum of modern and contemporary Art featuring about 1200 artworks covering the 20th and the 21st centuries with 314 artists, which are now accessible through documentary notes and visuals. This database is developed in collaboration with Videomuseum, network of museums and organizations managing European public collections of modern and contemporary art.

www.mamac-nice.org
Promenade des Arts, 06364 Nice Tel 00 33 4 97 13 42 01

Musée Picasso, Antibes

The enchanting Picasso Museum in Antibes is housed in Château Grimaldi in Antibes and features a splendid collection of the master’s works. In the summer of 1946, Picasso and Gilot were staying in a nearby villa. The Château Grimaldi was a provincial antiquities museum to which its enterprising curator, Romuald Dor de la Souchère, had hopes of adding a collection of modern painting. During a chance meeting on the beach one day, he approached Picasso about donating a painting, and though Picasso at first demurred, in the end this conversation led to Antibes getting a museum full of Picassos.

www.antibes-juanlespins.com
Place Mariejol, 06600 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 92 90 54 20

Musée Matisse, Nice

The Matisse Museum is situated on the hill of Cimiez, not far from the Franciscan monastery with its Italianate gardens, the Hotel Regina where Matisse used to reside, and the Gallo-Roman ruins. Since the 5th of January 1963 the Museum has been welcoming vistors to its collection of works left by the artist (and his heirs) to the city of Nice where he lived from 1918 until 1954.

www.musee-matisse-nice.org
164 av. des Arènes de Cimiez, 06000 Nice tel 00 33 4 93 81 08 08

Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade

Château La Coste is not just a place dedicated to the production of wine, but also an unprecedented laboratory which blends art, wine and architecture within a 200 hectares park. The park is home to twenty venues of which the most harmonious remains the Oak Room: an underground dome of tangled and twisted wood, curled up in one of the terraces (retaining wall of water) of the domain, which can only be seen from the outside by the discrete stone entrance. A spa hotel overlooking the Luberon is under construction. (ed. 2014)

www.chateau-la-coste.com
Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade

Thalasso Spa, Antibes

Completely and beautifully renovated and decorated with soft hues of beige, mauve and purple, the spa Thalazur Hotel Baie des Anges in Antibes has designed its new care around aromatherapy and essential oils, deemed to act on the nervous, endocrine, immune and energy systems. Amenities: Heated salt-water indoor and outdoor pools, jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, fitness & cardio space. Treatments: hydrothérapie, scrubs and massages, aromatherapy and much more. Extras: Free herbal infused tea and the hotel’s range of Thalazur marine products, swimsuits, bathing caps and herbal supplements in the boutique.

antibes.thalazur.fr
770 Chemin des Moyennes Bréguières, 06600 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 92 91 82 00

Studio Ey Coiffure, Cannes

Spa, beauty and personal care, all in one hip salon located in the heart of Cannes, on the 1st floor of an old building. The salon has a young, trendy, joyful team which receives you from 10h to 19h, Tuesday to Saturday. On Sunday and Monday, the salon can receive you by appointment if they are the warned 24 hours in advance.

www.studio-ey-coiffure.fr
1st floor – 71, rue d’Antibes, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 45 40 67

La Maison Nicolas, St Tropez

With over 15 years of experience at Dessange and a luxury hotel as a hairdresser, Nicolas Rondelli, master hairdresser, brings his expertise to take care of your hair. His wife, who also has long term experience as a hairdresser, works alongside Mr Rondelli in the Maison Nicolas. For haircut, blow-dry, weave or an elaborate hairstyle for your wedding. Also makeup, pedicure and manicure … La Maison Nicolas applies their professional skills to your hair and your body.

www.maison-nicolas.fr
5 Avenue de la Résistance, 83990 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 94 96 89 56

Spa La Réserve Ramatuelle, St Tropez

Unique in its approach, the spa of La Réserve Ramatuelle offers comprehensive care based on an understanding of each individual. An exceptional spa, 11 treatment rooms, a 12m indoor heated pool, steam room, fitness center, 30 meters long outdoor heated pool, and the infinite Mediterranean Sea with all its benefits. A wide range of treatments primarily focused on optimizing the quality of life to supplement or further customize your six day program, but also more traditional beauty treatments.

www.lareserve-ramatuelle.com
La Réserve Ramatuelle
Chemin de la Quessine 83350, Ramatuelle (St Tropez) Tel 00 33 4 94 44 94 44

Spa Neocea – Daniel Jouvance, St Paul-de-Vence

The Néocéa Spa was designed to be an aquatic experience in its own right hallmarked by serenity, poly-sensoriality and marine expertise. This 750 m² well-being centre features 11 cabins dedicated to treatment rituals, as well as a chromatic pool, an herbal tea bar, and a meditation room.

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Hotel Mas D’Artigny & Spa
Chemin des Salettes, 06570 St Paul-de-Vence Tel 00 33 4 93 32 84 54

Spa Splendid, Nice

Discover natural wellbeing through different ways: Fitness, Power Plate, massages, face and body treatments, hammam, Whirlpool bath. Spa Splendid’s team is highly skilled in the art of wellbeing and will accompany you in the journey to a more balanced and harmonized self using products by Decléor whose remarkable knowledge of the plant realm by applying modern research techniques to essential oils to create a new Art of Beauty.

www.spa-splendid.com
Splendid Hotel & Spa
50 Boulevard Victor Hugo, 06000 Nice Tel 00 33 4 93 16 41 00

HO2 Les Thermes Marins de Cannes

The marine thermal baths of Cannes face the Mediterranean Sea in the historic quarters of Cannes. Located in spaces that are at once contemporary and very luminous, the marine thermal baths of Cannes offer you 3,000 square meters of efficient facilities using advanced techniques in terms of your wellbeing and surroundings. Well researched and personalized cures, lasting 3 or 6 days, are based on natural sea water rich with mineral salts and trace elements, providing relaxing and stimulating benefits. Its luxury hotel, the 1835 White Palm Hotel, is linked to its own marine thermal baths via an underground passage.

www.lesthermesmarins-cannes.com
47 Rue Georges Clemenceau, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 92 99 50 10

Fitlane, Cannes & Nice

Fitlane has all possible facilities for the regular gym-goer: Bodybuilding, cardio Training, coaching, lessons, power plate, squash, sauna, hammam. Fitlane has 7 excellent clubs on the Riviera: Cannes, Cannes la Bocca, Juan Les Pins, Mandelieu, Nice Centre, Nice St Isidore and Sophia Antipolis. The gyms are open 7/7 from Monday to Friday from 7am to 10pm and from 8am to 8pm Saturdays and Sundays.

www.fitlane.com
21, av. du Petit Juas, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 93 68 41 50

Topfit Antibes

Topfit Antibes covers 4000 m2 in the heart of the Côte d’Azur and offers fitness classes and indoor sports for practicing all disciplines of fitness. Topfit provides gym classes, yoga classes, self-tanning, but also swimming pool, hammam, sauna, beauty center, hairdresser … Qualified teachers will guide you through your fitness program. Topfit also has a beauty and massage, hairdressing salon, providing you with care and aesthetic services. The center restaurant lets you manage your shape with healthy meals.

www.fitness-antibes.fr
Domaine des Grives 2139 Route de Grasse, 06600 Antibes Tel 00 33 4 93 74 44 44

Spa By Cinq Mondes & Carita, Cannes

Elegantly and subtly decorated in shades of white, this 250m² space houses 4 treatment rooms including one double room, 2 saunas, a Turkish bath, a relaxation room and a high-tech gym. Jean-Louis Poiroux has devised treatments for Cinq Mondes, inspired by his many travels across the world, from India to Japan, Morocco to Bali. One of the cabins is exclusively dedicated to the Carita brand and proposes today’s best face treatments.

www.five-seas-hotel-cannes.com
Five Seas Hotel Cannes, 1 Rue Notre-Dame, 06400 Cannes Tel 00 33 4 63 36 05 08

Spa Pure Altitude, St Tropez

The Spa Pure Altitude at hotel Villa Marie is an ocean of well-being overlooking the Mediterranean with a décor of seashells on a turquoise background immerses guests in an ocean of well-being. 3 Indoor treatment rooms and an alcove nestling among the pine trees with personalised treatments including the Mediterranean treatment, after-sun Jasmine repairing treatment and Himalayan Rose regenerating treatment.

www.villamarie.fr
Villa Marie, Route des Plages | Chemin Val Rian, 83350 St Tropez Tel 00 33 4 57 74 74 74

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