The most beautiful places to visit near Cannes
Visit the must-see towns on the Côte d’Azur
The Côte d’Azur, with its Mediterranean climate, sandy beaches and charming towns, is an ideal vacation destination. Start your journey in Nice, famous for its Old Town and Promenade des Anglais. Then head to Cannes, famous for its film festival and popular beaches.
Don’t miss Antibes and its superb Cap d’Antibes peninsula, and Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat with its archaeological remains. Cap d’Ail, between sea and mountains, offers some of the most beautiful unspoilt beaches on the Côte d’Azur.
Monaco, perched on its rock, is a city-state with a unique charm. Juan Les Pins is the city of festivities and musical evenings, while Théoule sur Mer seduces with its town center and views of the Esterel Massif.
Saint-Tropez is a must for stars from all over the world during the summer, and Hyères, with its many palm trees and long seafront, has an air of a little Los Angeles.
Every town on the Côte d’Azur has its own charm and attractions. Your Paradis Parc Bellevue campsite (home) is the ideal place to enjoy a varied and exciting vacation.
Discover the perched villages of the Côte d’Azur
Between sea and mountains, the Côte d’Azur is dotted with charming hilltop villages that dominate the coastline, offering breathtaking panoramic views and a complete change of scenery for your vacation or business. stay. From historic heritage to verdant nature, these villages invite you to discover another facet of the Côte d’Azur.
From Grasse to Menton, these havens of peace majestically overlook the Mediterranean coastline. As you turn down each cobbled street, the blue hues of the Mediterranean Sea mingle with the warm colors of the houses’ facades. These jewel-like villages offer views of up to 360 degrees, from the Italian border to the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
Gourdon, nestled in the Grasse hinterland, is reached via winding roads through the Loup gorges, offering breathtaking scenery. Saint-Paul de Vence and Tourrettes-sur-Loup are also easily accessible from Gourdon, or directly via Cagnes-sur-Mer. The winding roads to Coaraze and Sainte-Agnès are longer, but well worth the detour. Near the coast, the villages of Èze and Roquebrune almost merge with the Italian landscape. Here, ancient stonework blends harmoniously with the bright colors of the facades of houses and churches.
Rich in history, these villages bear witness to the past: ramparts, castles, charming little churches and washhouses. Art lovers will also find much to enjoy here, as numerous artists such as Renoir, Chagall, Matisse, Cocteau and Le Corbusier have chosen these villages to create in or be buried in.