Visit the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille
The Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, also called « Bonne Mère », is a true symbol of Marseille. Visit this landmark and travel through 800 years of history as you enjoy breathtaking views on the city and the sea.
Saint-Tropez’s reputation goes beyond France and Europe, yet the city keeps surprising locals and visitors day after day! On a rocky coast, this city is full of beautiful coves and breathtaking panoramas. Saint-Tropez wouldn’t be the same without it’s port: not many people know it, but this famous town used to be a fishermen’s village. The contrast between yachts and small fishing boats give Saint-Tropez its unique identity.
La ferme marine
The ferme marine has been open for 20 years. Discover oyster-farming, the evolution of oyster-farmers, the environment and the impact of tide on the work of oyster-farmers. You'll also get to admire magnificent shells from all around the world.
13600 La Ciotat
Walk through the Jardin de la Villa Fort France in Grasse
Part of the remarkable Gardens of France, this garden surrounds Villa Fort France and honors various Mediterranean and exotic plant species. Painters of all kinds appreciate this thorough source of inspiration.
Hike in the surroundings of Nice
Put on your hiking boots and get your bag pack ready, there is no better way to explore these sumptuous places than a good hike! Follow the Roques circuit and you’ll get to witness a wide range of wonderful sceneries.
6670 La Roquette-sur-Var
Have fun at Marineland in Antibes
Marineland is just the place you need for a memorable time with your family and friends: you’ll learn more about the marine world while having fun. Admire aquariums, laugh with the penguins and get ready for a big thrill in the shark tunnel!
Sunny weather, lovely villages, cultural treasures…There are many reasons to come to Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur! Here are a few ideas for your to-do list.