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The advantages of booking a vacation home on the French Riviera

Advantages of booking a holiday home in the French Riviera

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Reserve your French Riviera  - Vacancéole holidays

In the French Riviera, Côte d'Azur, you will feel like you are on vacation all year round. Blue skies, crystal clear waters, secret coves for swimming, and activities galore. Find your ideal vacation residence on the French Riviera, and have the time of your life under the Mediterranean sun.

Without hesitation, book a holiday home in the French Riviera

With 6 departments along the Mediterranean, the French Riviera landscapes of the Côte d'Azur are extremely diverse. Go out and discover the sunniest place in France, and hear the cicadas sing.

Worried that a stay on the Riviera will be too bling-bling and bougie? Not to worry, the French Riviera is above all else just a simple typical fishing village (yes, even Saint-Tropez was but a charming little seaside village before it became the Jet Setters paradise that it is today). Some seaside spots, such as Carry-le-Rouet have a unique charm in an idyllic setting. Still curious to learn more? Put down your luggage at the Adriana Residence, part of the Vacancéole Group. Only a few hundred metres away from a gorgeous beach, and not very far from the city centre and its summer activities, you will be sure to enjoy yourself in this wonderful location.

The diverse flora and fauna makes the Mediterranean sea perfect for a snorkel trip. The goggles might not make for the sexiest vacation style, but the underwater sights will definitely be worth it. Later in the evening, you can whip out your sparkles and sequins for a night out tasting seafood specialties at one of the many seaside restaurants.

Along the French Riviera, wine lovers can tour the numerous vineyards and wine estates in search of the tastiest bottle of rosé. You can even take part in a wine tasting. But be careful with the day drinking, as there is a saying in the south of France that the rosé can “hit you in the noggin”.

With a vacation home along the French Riviera, the world is your oyster

You can't talk about the French Riviera without mentioning the Var. It is the favourite department of the French, and for good reason. The sun shines 320 days a year, and the cicadas sing their hearts out, making music to accompany your walks through the land of olive trees and the world famous Solliès-Pont figs. And don't miss an opportunity to taste some delicious tapenade during a game of pétanque, the local bocci ball.

The Var paves the way to the perfect french vacation. Put down your suitcases at Le Crystal vacation homes in Cagnes-sur-Mer. Make the most of the on-site swimming pool, or switch it up and relax on a lounge chair by the sea.

If you want to explore another corner of the French Riviera, the city of Nice is only a few kilometres away. La Promenade Des Anglais is ready for you, as well as the Niçois culinary specialties (such as the stuffed vegetables known as “petits farcis”, or the not to be missed traditional chickpea flour and olive oil “socca”).

Next stop: another flagship destination of the French Riviera, Cannes. Other than the Cannes Film Festival that takes place each year, Cannes is the capital of mimosa and its charming surrounding villages. Want to see the typical southern french landscapes of the French Riviera? Check-out the Esterel massif. Take a holiday in the French Riviera and stay in our Carré Marine*** Residence in Cannes.

In addition to their exceptional setting and ultimate comfort, the Vacancéole holiday homes are committed to sustainability and protecting the environment. We do this by implementing simple daily operations such as recycling, using low-consumption LED lightbulbs, and prioritising local goods.