Travel Tips for Visiting the Côte d’Azur a Guest Post by Author Jane Dunning
Contributor blog post by Jane Dunning for Curious Provence:
Visiting the Côte d’Azur
I’ve stayed in over twenty places in Provence, from Menton in the east to Cassis in the west and Orange in the north and, I confess, it’s my favourite region in the whole of France. It’s also the setting for my latest novel, Stolen Summer, the sequel to Thirty-five Minutes from St Tropez. Although I might not have visited some of the places in the story, researching is a feast for the eyes – all those beautiful photos on the Internet tempting me to visit or write about another new place on the coast or inland – I don’t mind which.
Apart from a few unappealing stretches, the Côte d’Azur is pretty much spectacular. Some insist that this famous coastline starts in Menton and finishes in St Tropez while others say that it finishes in Marseille. I’m in the latter camp! A great place to stay is Villefranche-sur-Mer with its delightful quayside cafés and restaurants, and stunning views all around as it tumbles down the hillside into the sea.
…Continue reading here for Jane’s travel tips for your visit to the Côte d’Azur.
Discover how Jane’s house-sitting adventure near Saint-Tropez turned into her first novel “Thirty-five minutes from St Tropez.”
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