The French Rivera

The French Rivera

Each part of the coast has it’s own distinctive appeal and probably that is what makes this Riviera the most exclusive 100 kilometers in the Mediterranean. Cap d’Antibes and Villefranche, Cap Ferrat and Monte Carlo, each and every bay, town and harbor is beautiful and gives you the opportunity to drop anchor, set out the sports equipment, get ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner and relax in a way that only the Cote d’Azur intended.

Italy

Italy

The Italian Riviera, in combination with the Tuscan Coast and its off-lying islands, is a winning itinerary. Enjoy picturesque bays and ports, then step ashore to find stylish shopping, fascinating historical sites and restaurants offering regional seafood specialties. With cities like Florence and Pisa only a short drive away, take advantage of some of Italy’s true gems. The Neapolitan coast with its small towns, pretty gardens and nearby islands delivers rich culture and vibrant culinary experiences in the midst of sensational scenery. Capri has exceptional shopping, while the Aeolian islands reveal some of the Mediterranean’s most dramatic landscapes.

Corsica and Sardinia

Corsica and Sardinia

Corsica and Sardinia are perfect cousins: one French, the other Italian, one rugged and mountainous, the other sleek and manicured. Corsica is a place to hide (and enjoy the lure of simply cooked local food), while Sardinia is the place to glitter, especially along its emerald coast.

The Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands

Seasoned Mediterranean explorers can find some exciting waters in the Balearic islands, mixing up visits to friends staying in villas on Ibiza, with beach feasts on the blistering white sands of Formentera. There are elegant marinas, including Mallorca’s new Starck-designed Port Adriano, chic boutiques and ancient cliff-top villages, with a superyacht charter allowing you to slip effortlessly into (and away from) the glamour.


Saint Jean Cap Ferrat - MONACO - Fort Lauderdale - London

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