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The area around Cannes boasts spectacular natural scenery and several picturesque villages that are well worth visiting. Those who appreciate nature will enjoy the Estérel Mountains, while the Iles de Lérins island group is another beautiful Mediterranean destination with interesting historical monuments. For those seeking a classic French Riviera experience, Antibes delights tourists with its sandy beaches and a lively resort ambience, especially in summer.
Beyond the most visited attractions are alluring off-the-beaten-path sights. The lesser-known beach resorts of Fréjus, Saint-Raphaël, Théoule-sur-Mer, and Mandelieu-La-Napoule offer a slow-paced and relaxing vacation experience. Only 18 kilometers from Cannes, the town of Grasse has a mild climate year-round and is famous for its perfumes. Other gems are the little village of Vallauris with its wonderful Picasso Museum inside the former chapel of a 12th-century monastic abbey and the ancient village perché of Biot, a charming medieval hilltop village. Let's see five day trips from Canner, France.
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Places to see in ( Bandol - France )
Places to see in ( Bandol - France )
Bandol is a popular coastal town and wine growing region in the western part of the Cote d'Azur and to the west of Toulon. As a tourist destination, Bandol is not a newcomer to the scene: Thomas Mann, Aldous Huxley, Marcel Pagnol, and D.H. Lawrence all spent time here. Bandol is many things to many people.To boating enthusiasts it is a vibrant harbour accommodating about 1500 boats of all sizes, to land-based vacationers Bandol is a beach town and buzzing hub of activity.
Your visit to Bandol will start with a promenade around the harbour, an attractive palm-tree lined walk backed by some lovely pastel painted houses. Around the port in Bandol there are also several bars and restaurants as well as a casino. At the west of the harbour you can also visit the Bandol tourist office and see the town kiosk.
The centre of the traditional village of Bandol is around a square called the Place de l'Europe immediately behind the promenade. This square is actually a series of three squares separated by raised terraces where a large fountain, shady plane trees and lively cafes combine with the view across the harbour to make a very attractive traditional Provencal square.
At the top of the square is one of the most important historic monuments in Bandol, the Church Saint-Francois de Sales. The streets around the square are also interesting to explore with a surprise around every corner for example an ancient fountain, a tiny ancient house and flower boxes or a grand Belle Epoque villa.
Beach enthusiasts will be pleased to know there is a wide choice of beaches in Bandol, including several sandy beaches in the town itself as well as smaller rocky bays and creeks, mostly reached by following the coast path a short distance. The sandy beaches in the centre of Bandol are the most popular and can become quite crowded in the summer. The Anse de Renécros is a lovely circular beach that is just west of the centre and almost completely enclosed, so waves are quite calm.
Most of the sandy beaches are east of the centre and include Plage Centrale, Plage du Casino and Plage du Grand Vallat while the smaller rocky beaches are to the west - favourites include the Plage Eden Roc, Plage l'Anglais and the Plage des Engraviers. We especially liked the position and view from the Plage l'Anglaise but it did involve a walk to reach the beach from Plage Capelan. A popular trip from Bandol is to visit the island of Bendor, just a short distance away (about 7 minutes by boat) and which also has beaches and restaurants, a nice promenade around the island and a wine museum.
Beach lovers can enjoy a leisurely change of scenery from day-to-day between the busy beaches of Bandol and those of Sanary-sur-Mer slightly to the east, and more down-to-earth Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer slightly to the west. There are many small villages in the Bandol area that are worthy of a look around including Cadière and Castellet to the north of here. A visit to Bandol should also include a visit to the city of Toulon where Jacques Cousteau set out on a lifelong exploration of the sea and where the military traditions of the sea are everywhere evident. Visitors arriving by boat are within a close sail of the magnificent white chalk calanques along the coastline between here and the port of Marseille some fifty kilometers to the west.
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Biot, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France [HD] (videoturysta)
[EN] This beautiful village is located between hills covered with mimosas and olive trees, near Antibes, Villeneuve-Loubet and Cannes. It's a typical Provencal village so visiting tourists can admire beautiful squares, fountains, staircases, doors, nice perspectives between streets, carved stones, sundials...
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[FR] Ce beau village est situé entre des collines couvertes de mimosas et d'oliviers, près d'Antibes, Villeneuve-Loubet et Cannes. Ce est un village provençal typique afin que les touristes peut admirer de belles places, ses fontaines, escaliers, portes, belles perspectives entre les rues, pierres sculptées, cadrans solaires...
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Pezenas France • A Delightful Village Associated with the Playwright Molièr
Pézenas, France - the delightful 16th century capital of the Languedoc mostly known for its associations with the French playwright Molière
Pézenas was the seat of local Government for the Languedoc during the 16th and 17th centuries. The entire old town, one of the first in France to be protected by the state historic monument department, is rich with hotels particuliers - period mansions - with wonderful wrought iron balconies, stone sculpture and ornate doorways. The interior of the Consular House dates back to 1552 and it is recorded that the consuls of Pézenas met on this site from 1242 until the Revolution in 1789.
Pézenas is a town rich with the sort of good living that the Languedoc is famous for. The Boudet family have been manufacturing berlingots de Pézenas, a unique variety of hard boiled sweet, for many years. Legend has it that the recipe dates back to the time of the medieval fairs. Another specialty, the petit pâté de Pézenas, was brought to the town by Lord Clive of India in 1768. The recipe is proudly kept secret by the town's bakers who to this day almost all produce the famous pâtés.
Pézenas is a town that has always been popular with actors, singers and all manner of performing artists. It was this love of the arts that attracted the famous French playwright Molière to Pézenas back in the mid 1600's. Molière is reputed to have created some of his famous characters in Pézenas in the barber's shop (now the tourist office).
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