THE FRENCH RIVIERA

While there is no official boundary, the French Riviera spreads from the border with the Italian Riviera in the east, to Cassis in the west. Boasting a beautiful landscape, glamorous reputation and mild climate, it is no surprise luxury yacht charters here are so popular. With such a dynamic choice of destinations, your experience with us is endless! Walk the footsteps of Hollywood movie stars along the palm-lined Cannes Croisette, dine at trendy beach clubs in St Tropez, take a stroll along the Promenade des Anglais or head to the famous Monte Carlo Casino. For those looking to step off the beaten track, admire the natural beauty of the Lerins Islands and Esterel Mountains. This coast is also home to some of the most charming seaside towns scattered with grand estates, such as Villefranche and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

THE FRENCH RIVIERA

While there is no official boundary, the French Riviera spreads from the border with the Italian Riviera in the east, to Cassis in the west. Boasting a beautiful landscape, glamorous reputation and mild climate, it is no surprise luxury yacht charters here are so popular. With such a dynamic choice of destinations, your experience with us is endless! Walk the footsteps of Hollywood movie stars along the palm-lined Cannes Croisette, dine at trendy beach clubs in St Tropez, take a stroll along the Promenade des Anglais or head to the famous Monte Carlo Casino. For those looking to step off the beaten track, admire the natural beauty of the Lerins Islands and Esterel Mountains. This coast is also home to some of the most charming seaside towns scattered with grand estates, such as Villefranche and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

Cap D’ail Eze Menton Saint-jean-cap-ferrat Villeneuve Loubet Antibes Cannes Les Issambres Agay Port Grimaud St Tropez Les Iles De Lerins Theoule Sur Mer Villefranche Nice Beaulieu-sur-mer Monaco

destinations

menton
Situated on the border between France and Italy, lies the beautiful seaside town of Menton. Sheltered between snowy mountains and the warm Mediterranean Sea, temperatures here are higher than the regional average. Known for its harvest of citrus fruits, Menton plays host to the annual Lemon Festival. Aside from its sunny climate and cultural celebrations, it is also home to a charming old port, Italian inspired pastel coloured architecture and a daily fruit and flower market. If you’re stopping for food, be sure to visit La Place aux Herbes for some authentic French cuisine. After a bite to eat, explore the old town which is home to the 18th century Basilique Saint-Michel bell tower. Find Out More
monaco
Covering just under 2 square kilometres, Monaco is the world’s second smallest country. Being home to the neighbourhood of Monte Carlo and host to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix, this destination attracts many prestigious visitors. If you are looking for high-class entertainment, the Monte Carlo Casino has become an iconic building, famous for appearing in several James Bond Movies. If gambling is not your scene, visit Café de Paris and listen to the humming engines of supercars, or visit the Grimaldis Royal Palace in the old town of Le Rocher where Prince Albert II currently resides. Find Out More
cap d’ail
Bordering the principality of Monaco, Cap D’Ail offers a contrasting peaceful setting overlooking the Mediterranean coastline. Having been awarded blue flags, it is no surprise Mala Beach is known for its beauty. Catered for by two restaurants, you can indulge in lunch or relax on a rented lounge chair and umbrella. Alternatively, visit Marquet Beach on the Eastern side of Cap D’Ail. The shallow waters and mixture of pebbles and sand make this beach perfect for families. After a morning of enjoying the sun, why not take a coastal walk from Marquet Beach to Mala Beach. Find Out More
Eze
Considered one of the jewels of the Cote d’Azur, the small village of Eze is a popular destination for those seeking tradition and culture. With narrow cobblestone streets and quaint French architecture, this medieval village couldn’t be any prettier. Perched high on the top of a hill, Eze offers spectacular views of the surrounding hills and azure water below. The village itself is entirely pedestrianised and has very little active population, however down many of the streets you will discover little shops, restaurants or galleries. Find Out More
beaulieu-sur-mer
Home to the Life Of Riley Group, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is an elegant seaside resort located 17km from Nice airport and 10km from Monaco. Boasting two of the coasts most exclusive hotels, Beaulieu-sur-Mer owns all the advantages of an upmarket resort. As you wander down pretty streets and into exclusive boutiques, it is difficult not to admire the extravagant supercars and unique architectural heritage. Aside from charming village beauty, mooring 184 in the port of Beaulieu-sur-Mer is perfect for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of busy life, yet close enough to dive into a world of fine dining, luxurious spa services and high class entertainment all within walking distance. Find Out More
saint jean cap ferrat
Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a charming fishing village in the heart of the French Riviera. Surrounded by cobalt blue waters and nestled in greenery, its unspoilt charm has always attracted the rich and famous. Despite being tucked away, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is only 25 minutes from Nice and even closer to Monte Carlo, giving visitors the chance to enjoy the quiet relaxing atmosphere while having easy access to Monaco. Being part of the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals, the peninsula is protected, making it a hotspot for diving and snorkelling. Find Out More
villefranche
The old town of Villefranche evokes a romantic and historic feel, with a delightful way of life to old town living. Situated between Monaco and Nice, Villefranche attracts millions of cosmopolitan visitors. Being more laid back than the other Cote d’Azur resort towns, Villefranche offers the perfect spot for relaxing under the sun. Its 14th century designs, bright Provencal coloured buildings and local markets make this village an architectural and cultural delight. If visiting in February you will notice the streets come to life as they celebrate the Bataille des Fleurs Carnival. Find Out More
nice  
Often recognised by the Promenade des Anglais, this bustling resort wraps itself around a beautiful bay. Offering a mix of city grit and old world opulence, you can see why many consider this destination the capital of the Cote d’Azur. With year-round sunshine, markets, boutiques and a historic old town to explore, there is always something to see. Visit the new Promenade du Paillon for a slice of urban greenery, or head to Vieux Nice. Its bustling paths will lead you to Cours Saleya, a charming market square filled with fresh produce and vibrant flowers. Find Out More
Villeneuve-Loubet
Port Marina Baie des Anges represents the new side of Villeneuve-Loubet. This high-rise marina is home to several bars, restaurants and shops, with public beached located either side. While the Provencal village located 3km inland offers a contrasting scene to the commercial coast. Spend your afternoon wandering its cobbled streets and exploring a 13th century castle. For those interested in gastronomy and the culinary arts, this quaint little town was also the birthplace and home to the greatest French chef, Auguste Escoffier. Find Out More
antibes
Antibes is a beautiful town, rich in history and culture. Admire Fort Carré which stands tall over Port Vauban marina, or explore the old town of Vieil Antibes enclosed behind 16 th century ramparts. Its narrow-cobbled streets draped with flowers make it one of the prettiest old towns on this coast. Being home to Pablo Picasso for 6 months, there is also a dedicated museum at Chateau Grimaldi. Alternatively, visit cafés, ice-cream shops, boutiques, or explore the markets and sandy beaches lining the Cap d’Antibes. This view is dotted with villas and luxurious hotels separating the town from Juan-les-Pins. Find Out More
Cannes
Cannes has become one of the trendiest destinations in Europe. Each year, red carpets are rolled out to welcome countless celebrities to the International Cannes Film Festival. Aside from this two week event, Cannes boats a unique cosmopolitan character which appeals to many holiday makers throughout the year. Known for luxury boutiques and palace hotels, La Croisette is a beautiful place to shop, have a drink or take a stroll. Above the walkways of Cannes lies the medieval quarter of Le Suquet. Rich in history, gothic architecture and tranquillity, Le Suquet offers a contrast to the bustling city.  Find Out More
Iles de lerins
If you are looking for a place to relax, this remote location only accessible by boat is a very popular yacht haven surrounded by natural beauty. The crystal blue Mediterranean waters provide divers and snorkelers with a marine paradise and sun seekers with an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Île Sainte-Honorat is home to the Abbaye de Lérins where 20 Cistercian brothers live and tend to vineyards. The main island of Marguerite offers a range of activities, immersing you in nature. Explore the island by following the marked trails, taking you on a botanical and historical tour. Find Out More
Theoule-sur-Mer
Tucked among the rocks of the Esterel Mountains, lies the small fishing village of Theoule-sur-Mer. The sandy beaches, red rocky coast and sparkling Mediterranean water is a paradise for those arriving by boat. After exploring the market at Figueirette Port, spend an afternoon soaking up the sun anchored in a bay. If you prefer something more active, there are several coastal and mountain trails which will lead you on a scenic route. Alternatively, Château de la Napoule is a beautiful castle dedicated to preserving the legacy of Henry and Marie Clews passion for art. Find Out More
agay
Sheltered among the Pointe de la Baumette and Cap Dramont, the bay of Agay boasts a calm setting for those who want to anchor up. The main beach runs along the Boulevard de la Plage, lined with small cafes and shops. Home to a small port and a water sports centre, this bay is perfect for those who want to take to the water while enjoying the spectacular views. Some might prefer to spend their morning exploring the markets or walking in the surrounding mountains. Be sure to visit the lighthouse and Port de Poussai for beautiful views of the bay and Ile d’Or. Find Out More
les issambres
Moor up in the port, explore provincial village life or indulge at the thalassotherapy centre. With Paddleboards and Snorkel kits available, this stretch of coast is a great location for diving into the water and discovering the Cote d’Azur’s marine life. Amongst the modern buildings, there are still many traditional white washed Provence homes showcasing interesting architecture. The village also hosts a weekly market where you can buy some local produce. For those who love strolling beside the sea, there is also a public walkway to Saint-Tropez. Find Out More
port grimaud
Port Grimaud is a water village located west of Saint-Tropez. Often compared to Venice for its pastel buildings and surrounding canals linked with bridges, its architecture is famed for beauty. A great way to see the port, is to climb the tower of the church of Saint-Francis of Assisi. This offers exceptional views across Port Grimaud and the bay of Saint-Tropez. Quiet and peaceful, the bars and restaurants along the water make a lovely setting for lunch or dinner. Completely different in character to anywhere else on the French Riviera, this destination is a stop for anyone looking to explore the unusual. Find Out More
saint tropez
Before Brigitte Bardot visited in the 1950’s to star in Et Dieu Créa la Femme, Saint Tropez was a quiet fishing village. Following her appearance, it became popular with international tourists and celebrities. The Mediterranean water sparkles and the superyachts moored up in Vieux Port catch the eye of many. With a lively nightlife, some visitors spend their days poolside, enjoying fine food or celebrity spotting from a beach. Some might prefer to explore the fishing quarter of La Ponche, visit the old town, wander open-air markets for antiques or browse upmarket boutiques. Find Out More

MOORING 184

Mooring 184 in the port of Beaulieu is perfect for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of busy life, yet close enough to dive into a world of fine dining, luxurious spa services and high class entertainment, all within walking distance.

OUR HOME BEAULIEU-SUR-MER

Home to the Life of Riley Group, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is an elegant seaside resort located only 10km from Monaco. Boasting two of the most exclusive hotels ‘La Reserve’ and the ‘Royal Riviera’, it owns all the advantages of an upmarket resort. Being sat between Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and Cap d’Ail, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a passing hotspot for the wealthy. Gaze at the extravagant supercars as you wander down pretty streets and into exclusive boutiques. This true Mediterranean style village retains a unique architectural heritage while showcasing luxurious property, beautiful parks, gardens and sandy palm tree beaches. Aside from its charming village beauty and warm temperatures, the large port provides a millionaire’s yacht playground making it an ideal destination for yacht holidays on the Cote d’Azur.

OUR HOME BEAULIEU-SUR-MER

Home to the Life of Riley Group, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is an elegant seaside resort located only 10km from Monaco. Boasting two of the most exclusive hotels ‘La Reserve’ and the ‘Royal Riviera’, it owns all the advantages of an upmarket resort. Being sat between Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and Cap d’Ail, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a passing hotspot for the wealthy. Gaze at the extravagant supercars as you wander down pretty streets and into exclusive boutiques. This true Mediterranean style village retains a unique architectural heritage while showcasing luxurious property, beautiful parks, gardens and sandy palm tree beaches. Aside from its charming village beauty and warm temperatures, the large port provides a millionaire’s yacht playground making it an ideal destination for yacht holidays on the Cote d’Azur.