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Luxury yacht charter in France

Country of prestige and fashion

Best time
April-September
Airport
Nice, Toulon , Marseille , Montpellier
Languages
French
Currency
Euro
Water area
Mediterannean Sea
Tips
Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice, Hyeres Island, Frioul archipelago

France Regions

Luxury yacht charter France ~ Agency & Provider for yacht charter

Charter a luxury yacht in the most luxurious destination in yachting industry – France. France has been the world’s most popular tourist destination for quite some time. Choosing between the best parts of France is difficult: Luxury French Riviera (Nice, Cannes, Saint Tropez), Corsica, Marseille. It is the French Riviera that attracts the most sailors because of a perfect combo of mild climate, picturesque landscape and great sailing conditions with small tides. French Riviera also good known as Cote d’Azure is a synonym for luxury yacht charter, beside Cannes and Monaco as a hotspot, are the cultural centers of Antibes and Marseilles, filled with museums and galleries and you can explore France and local history from aboard. Corsica with nautical clubs dotted everywhere along the coast offer games on the beach, underwater adventures or discovering the coastal environment, the choices are endless. The unspoiled beaches of Calvi and Ile-Rousse are musts for surfing fans, and sailing enthusiasts should head for the southern tip of the island, where the winds strengthen as they are funneled through the straits between Corsica and Sardinia. Also, around Bonifacio, near Figari, Tonnara, Piantarella, and Santa-Manza, small lagoons facing the mountains are great sheltered places for relaxed sailing. Take advantage of the many cruises on offer from Ajaccio, Cargese, Porto, and Calvi to discover the unique Scandola Nature Reserve, part of the ParcNaturel Régional de la Corse, with its extraordinary variety of vegetation.

Côte d’Azur

Discover the full range of flavors of Provencal cuisine from Michelin starred restaurants to more typical establishments. Cannes, Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat, and Nice have long been the favored pleasure grounds of International Aristocracy, which has left an indelible stamp on these towns. It’s the apotheosis of elegance and luxury from the Promenade des Anglais to La Croisette and from yachts to palaces. Cote d’Azure is full of magic – Nice, Cannes, Saint-Tropez are places where go famous people, sea lovers, art history, and Heritage addicts.

Corsica

From the sea to the mountains, come and explore an island of a thousand facets. Let yourself be seduced by the beauty and diversity of Corsica’s landscapes, its peaks rising to more than 2,000m and its 1000km of coastline, in a surprisingly well-preserved Mediterranean territory. Beaches of white sand, crystal clear waters, forests of beech, conifer, oak and chestnut trees, lakes, rivers and waterfalls, cliffs of red granite, white limestone or pink and grey shale, secret creeks, cool and leafy valleys, the most luxurious of the Mediterranean’s islands will always provide a feast for the eyes.

Languedoc-Roussillon

Languedoc-Roussillon area, popularly known as the Languedoc, is the central region of the south of France; it includes the western Mediterranean coast of France, stretching from the Rhone valley in the east, to the Spanish border in the southwest. Unlike Provence, Languedoc has a considerable coastal plain, and except in the department of Eastern Pyrenees, much of the coastal area is flat.  Coast of Languedoc is characterized by long sandy beaches, often with plenty of space, and a modern tourist infrastructure. Languedoc is one of France’s major wine-growing areas.
  • Itinerary Languedoc – Roussillon

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