The Côte d'Azur on the French Riviera stretches from Hyères to Menton and is specialized in receiving large numbers of affluent tourists. Résidence Les Marronniers is an ideal base to explore the villages and coastline that are full of famous restaurants, chic boutiques and private beaches.
Clearly visible from the terrace of Résidence Les Marronniers, the Iles d'Hyères are a collection of idyllic islands with a tumultuous past.
Saint-Tropez is a modern version of a medieval town, boasting numerous terrace cafés, luxury yachts in the harbor and a crowd of famous people.
With its seven sandy beaches, La Croix Valmer is reputed for the quality of its waters. Plage de Gigaro is one of the greatest and most famous.
Tucked away on the hillside, the village of Ramatuelle exhales perfumes of jasmine and geranium, rose laurel and honeysuckle.
A paradise for sailors, Cavalaire is an idyllic costal resort that offers translucent waters and spectacular sea beds in an unspoiled environment.
Nestled in the heart at the Maures mountains, Grimaud is a very appealing village with its paved, flowered winding streets and spectacular sea views.
Similar in nature to the Grand Canyon, the Gorges du Verdon are unique in Europe and are one of the greatest tourist attractions in Provence.
The capital town of the Provence and the town of 1000 fountains, Aix-en-Provence offers visitors art and buildings of historical importance.
Fortified by an active navy base, Toulon is a bustling city on the coast, boasting numerous squares, quaint streets and daily markets.
One of the largest towns in the Département du Var, Draguignan offers a sleepy, unspoiled, Provençal character and a medieval old town.
Arguably the most beautiful town on the Côte d'Azur, Menton offers a unique mélange of medieval, baroque and Belle Epoque architecture.