RN 98, Quartier le Capou, 83600 Fréjus
Between Cannes and St Tropez, set in a luxuriant environment of 19 acres, this nautical leisure park (107 000 sq² of water) has the largest wave swimming pool in Europe, slides for children, in an exotic jungle setting, and a new buoy river. Open from June to September.
RN7, 306 avenue Mozart, 06600 Antibes
You will have the opportunity to admire spectacular shows presenting killer whales and dolphins, discover the terrifying shark tunnel, the penguin arena as well as aquariums with medusas and wide variety of tropical fish.
Avenue Saint Martin, 98000 Monaco
Founded in 1910 by Prince Albert 1st of Monaco, the oceanographical Museum is entirely dedicated to the sea. Its mission is to develop visitors’ knowledge on oceanography through the historical collections of the Prince, the permanent and temporary expositions, and the diversity of its aquarium.
Place de la Castre, 06400 Cannes
This museum is located on the hill of Le Suquet. Owned by the abbots of Lérins (on the neighbouring islands), the castle was built to protect the harbour and adjoining coast, from the 11th to19th centuries.
Place Mariejol, 06600 Antibes
While looking for a studio, Pablo Picasso came cross the Château Grimaldi and decided to work there in 1946. He completed dozens of works which he later donated to the Museum. Also, admire works by Hans Hartung, Nicolas de Staël and other artists.
164 avenue des arènes de Cimiez, 06000 Nice
This completely renovated 17th-century Genoan-style villa in the heart of the olive grove, in the Gardens of Cimiez, houses the personal collection of Matisse, a great Fauvist painter, who lived in Nice from 1917 until his death in 1954.
60 Boulevard Victor Hugo, 06130 Grasse
Molinard has made a large contribution to the famous perfume capital since 1849. It has developed its traditional and craft know-how over the last five generations. Visit freely, take a guided tour or partake in a perfume creation.
Iles de Lérins
St Honorat Island is one of the last relics of the military and religious architecture of the 11th century. It was a sanctuary for the monks of the Abbey of Lérins and defence from the multiple plunders and invasions. Today, the Cistercian monks have developed 19 acres of vineyards and produce more than 12000 bottles of liquor and 35000 bottles of exceptional wine per year, sold to numerous famous French restaurants.