The French Rivieria is a hot spot to be in the summer time, with it having some of the best places to anchor off of with the most refined beaches & water. With so many options to choose from, we’ve compiled a list of of the best locations to take your boat for the day.
The nicest beach in Cap d’Ail and one of the most picturesque on the Riviera is Mala Plage. On the eastern end of this gorgeous expanse of white sand and pebbles is the lush Cap Mala, while on the western side are sharply ascending cliffs. Because of the distance between harbors, the ocean is always clean. The Cote d’Azur is at its best when you’re lounging in this semicircle of Mediterranean vegetation and looking out over the flowing, transparent lake. You might not want to go if you combine the natural surroundings with two excellent private beach restaurants while anchored in on a Saxodor 320 GTO.
You have to go to Villefranche-sur-Mer in the French Riviera. The old town, the deep blue sea, and the lush green hills in the distance are all stunning features of this coastal town. The beauty is unquestionably in the small things, like the cobblestone staircases, the shuttered cottages painted in bright colors, and the hanging flower pots. Villefranche is the ideal size and shape, despite its small size.
You might just want to relax, take in the views from a café or one of the many excellent restaurants, enjoy the beaches, and unwind. Alternatively, you might like to take in France’s culture, cuisine, and wine, shop at the nearby markets, or simply take in the scenery from a Cat Tender 45 docked in a green harbor.
Sainte-Marguerite is a must-visit destination on the French Riviera, from its crystal-clear waters to its regal fort. There are many reasons to spend a day there, but for those who want to visit both islands in one day, a half-day may be plenty.
The bigger of the two islands, Sainte-Marguerite, can be found in a few hours. This island on the French Riviera, which is surrounded by crystal-clear waters and rivers of fine pebbles and flat rocks, is a premier swimming destination throughout the summer. The beaches along the Maison Forestière in the south of the island are the most genuine and provide the best views of the Esterel, although they suffer from their popularity in the height of the summer. The Carbonel Creeks are more secluded and farther east, where you may relax away from the summertime tourist hordes. Anchoring off the islands aboard an Okean 55 is the way to go, though, if you want to be even more exclusive. To fully appreciate the benefits of this untamed location, favour the months of June and September.