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Riviera

The French Riviera, Cote d'Azur, is the home of the rich and famous. It runs along the Mediteranian coastline from east of Toulon to the Italian border and includes the famous towns of Nice, Cannes, St Tropez and Monaco.

Nice is a fashionable and fun town. While the beach is not great, the palm tree lined Promenade des Anglais along Nice's shoreline makes up for it (for more visit www.nicetourism.com).

Cannes, the home of the famous film festival, is another beachside town with expensive hotels, yachts moored in the harbour and a promenade next to the beach (for more visit www.cannes.fr).

St Tropez is where the jet setters can be found. It is off the coast and at the end of a peninsula across a bay. Once a small fishing village, St Tropez's harbour now is filled with large yachts instead of small fishing vessels.

Monaco is its own principality of 2 kms square which is surrounded by France. It is ruled by Prince Albert the son of Prince Rainier who was married to Princess Grace (Kelly). Monte Carlo is one of Monaco's five areas and is famous for its casino and grand prix race (for more visit www.visitmonaco.com).

There are also many towns/villages just north of these coastline cities which are worth visiting such as Grasse.

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