The French Mediterranean coast is full of magnificent places to get lost in and you can discover them all aboard Takara. Here are some suggestions. Which one will you choose?
This French coastal city exudes glamour in every last corner; indeed, it is one of the favourite destinations of celebrities from around the world.
Its beaches, bathed by the Mediterranean, have witnessed the secrets and goings on of Hollywood stars for decades. In addition to luxury, in Saint-Tropez you will also find charming cultural attractions like the Citadel, the market, the viewpoint and various churches. An emblematic place where you can enjoy a few days of relaxation, surrounded by beauty and turquoise waters.
Cannes has all of the ingredients for the perfect visit: history, art and luxury.
The district of Suquet, the oldest in the city, is located on Mount Chevalier, where the Romans installed their fortress for its strategic position and unbeatable views. We also find the district of La Croisette, characteristic for its “Belle Époque” style, which is home to the most exclusive beaches in Cannes. Undoubtedly though, this French city is most famous for is for prestigious film festival, the Cannes Film Festival, where actors, directors and producers from around the world come together every year.
Montecarlo is located at the foot of the Alps and is one of the most important areas of the Principality of Monaco. One of its great claims to fame is its majestic casino, where besides having fun with games of chance, you can attend operas and ballets. For years, it has been a cultural point of reference thanks to the number of museums it hosts and the artistic diversity of its hotels.
For lovers of fine cuisine, Montecarlo may be the perfect destination because it has world-renowned restaurants such as Le Louis XV (Alain Ducasse) or Joël Robuchon.
Nice is considered “Mecca of artists” by culture lovers, because it was the source of inspiration for great creators such as Matisse, Chagall or Picasso, and for the numerous galleries and museums on offer there. If something makes this city shine with its own light, it is the many different leisure options it offers. Go shopping in traditional markets, party at a select nightclub, visit its beautiful old town or appreciate the sunset from its beaches.
Located in the heart of French Provence, Saint Raphaël was originally a small fishing village but, due to its beauty, its Mediterranean climate and its privileged situation, today is a holiday destination that attracts the most select visitors. It offers 36 kilometres of gorgeous beaches and coves. Saint Raphaël has a more urban side, where we find the archaeological museum, various basilicas and the port and, another more wild and natural side, where we can take walks and discover wooded trails.