Eze Village French Riviera
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLaura SnoekVillages Towns and Cities

Eze Village is a French Riviera Must-See

Eze is a beautiful village on top of a hill with possibly the best views over the French Riviera! Walk around on the narrow pedestrian streets and visit the art galleries and the beautiful botanical gardens. The small town is located between Nice and Monaco and is easily accessible from …

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French Riviera Christmas Holidays
Inspire: Art & CultureRebecca WhitlockeWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

French Riviera Christmas Holidays Family-Friendly Ideas

By Access Riviera French Riviera for Christmas With the start of Christmas school holidays, we’re counting down to Christmas with a whole range of family-friendly activities or places to visit during school holidays. If you’re thinking two weeks is a looooong time to keep your kids entertained, then take a …

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Walking Tour Old Nice Matisse-house
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A Walking Tour Old Town Nice

By Margo Lestz: While in Nice, I decided to put together a little walking tour of the Old Town (Vieux Nice). It’s a route that you can follow to see most of the historic sites (with lots of shops and restaurants along the way). Vieux Nice on Foot Nice’s Old …

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Book Riviera Set Lovell Mary
Books on ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottInspire: Art & Culture

Book Review: The Riviera Set by Mary Lovell

A House with Personality The Riviera Set: Glitz, Glamour, and the Hidden World of High Society is the latest book by author Mary S. Lovell, a biography about the rich, or famous, who spent time on the French Riviera from the 1920s to 1960. Many of these people gathered at …

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Shopping Staples Antibes Geoffreys of London
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Shopping for Staples in Antibes

By Jemma I recently ordered a music stand from Amazon for delivery in Antibes. Perhaps it was the shape of the box, but dispatch to the usual Amazon Locker being impossible, I scanned the available pick-up options. Geoffreys British Supermarket Geoffreys of London. My heart did an elaborate flip. What …

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Family-Friendly French Riviera Hikes
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLaura SnoekStay Fit in Provence

3 Family-Friendly French Riviera Hikes

French Riviera Hikes Hikes near Saint-Raphael: There are many reasons why we love the Cote d’Azur. One of them is because of the hiking possibilities. Part of our family loves the mountains, and part of our family loves the sea. On the French Rivièra, and particularly near Saint-Raphael, these two are …

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Biot Museum Glassworks Musée Fernand Légar
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Why Visit Fascinating Biot Museum and Glassworks

By Aixcentric: Biot Museum Have you visited the Musée Fernand Léger at Biot? It’s the only museum in the world dedicated to this major 20th-century artist who lived and worked in the town. It is also one of the few Musées Nationales de France dedicated to a single artist. Purpose-built and …

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Riviera Dreaming by Maureen Emerson
Books on ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottInspire: Art & Culture

Book Review: Riviera Dreaming by Maureen Emerson

Maureen Emerson and her husband spent in the South of France for 22 years. Although, that had not been their original plan. Born in Britain, Maureen has travelled extensively and lived on several continents. They are settled back in the United Kingdom. However, she says that she misses friends in …

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French Riviera Photo Book Cover
Books on ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottInspire: Art & Culture

French Riviera a Photo Book by Renata Haidle

Recently, Montana based photographer Renata Haidle published a French Riviera her first book. Well perhaps not exactly true, she says she has done a few photo books for her kids in the past. This book – French Riviera – includes 92 stunning images from Haidle’s travels around the region. Narrowing …

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Visiting Antibes Kids
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLaura SnoekVillages Towns and Cities

Ideas for Visiting Antibes with Kids

Kid-Friendly Antibes The French Riviera has a reputation for being the playground of the rich and famous. Whether that is the case can be disputed, but the significant number of mega-yachts and fancy cars certainly fuels the impression. The Côte d’Azur’s high roller image might cause some families to hesitate …

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