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Beaches: They vary hugely from private beaches with full waiter service to local sand and pebble beaches which fill at night with friends and family having barbecues and picnics. a series of small rocky coves around the Cap D’Antibes which are wonderful for snorkelling.
Old Antibes is the heart of the city, and offers the most history. Walk on the ramparts surrounding the old town, made up of numerous alleyways and narrows streets which you can explore to get a sense of the local culture Le Sentier du Littoral, is a promontory running south from Antibes and Juan-les-Pins. It is just a perfect place to walk. You start from La Garoupe beach, where you have the Garoupe Lighthouse (Phare de la Garoupe), with amazing views all around from Nice to Cannes. The road up to the lighthouse is also interesting as you pass some beautiful gated villas. Drive, walk, though, don't attempt to run up unless you are supremely fit!
In the village of St Cezaire, you can visit underground caverns.
Photo safaris leaving from the port of Villefranche, taking in dolphins and whales.
Phoenix Park,Nice, a paradise of plants and animals.
We have to mention as well the famous Oceanographic Museum and the extraordinary Botanic Gardens in Monaco.
Take a tour in a helicopter from Nice to Monaco
Monaco Grand Prix The Monaco Grand Prix is a little bit special. Not only is it the most challenging of all the Formula 1 races, which can have you on the edge of your seat, it’s also set on the narrow, winding streets of one of the most glamorous places in the world. It might be one of the slower Formula 1 routes, but it’s no less hair-raising, as the cars whizz past, almost kissing the barriers. And nowhere else can you get so close to the action, as there’s plenty of opportunities for spectators to see. Casino Square is very popular. Not only can you see drivers speeding past, there’s also a large screen so you can watch the rest of the race. Tabac corner is another great viewing spot. Held every May on the Circuit de Monaco, it is considered one of the most prestigious races not least because it’s in Monaco. And after a day of thrill-seeking excitement, you can take to the town and party the night away. With iconic casinos, glitzy bars, fine dining and clubs on offer, there’s never a dull moment at this legendary motoring event. The railway line hugs the coast from cannes to the Italian border. Park your car at any of the stations and use the frequent trains to explore all the seaside towns.