Vacationing in Cote d'Azur
Also known as the French Riveria, the Cote d'Azur stretches along the south east coast line of France.
This balmy, temperate region is drenched in cultural and artistic history, where traditions still exist from generations past.
It's easy to discover what made this a beloved destination for so many, and for so long. From the old world glamour and jet-set style of
Cannes and Monaco to the glorious beaches, you'll find cobblestoned villages where colorful fishing boats elbow up to mega yachts and sailboats
from around the world.
Stroll through the Saturday markets set up normally in the town square where you'll delight in the array of locally grown
olives, purple-tipped artichokes, and succulent coeur de boeuf tomatoes. Browse amidst stalls of linen tablecloths and antique bric-a-brac.
Wander the back streets and alleys, poking into handmade sandal shops or high-end boutiques, while keeping an eye open for a good place to have
an afternoon aperitif. And be sure to find the local churches or museums to really get a first hand look at the history of the area.