South of France

Home of yachting


Nothing is quite as synonymous with yachting as the city of Monaco. Time your visit to this city with one of its many social events, from the Monaco Yacht Show and Monaco’s F1 Gp to the Monte-Carlo Open. Take in the beautiful hillside landscape filled with spectacular superyachts floating in a sea of blue. Explore everything this city has to offer, from its luxury stores to its iconic casinos and world-famous hotels.

Breathtaking bay

Eze, St Jean & Villefranche

Arguably one of the five most stunning bays in the world, Villefranche-sur-Mer is a hidden refuge nestled between its luxurious neighbours on the French Riviera. The pastel-toned buildings of its ancient port create an authentic French atmosphere, while its 14th-century town has a discreet yet elegant halo. Stroll through the maze of its medieval streets and stairways before heading back to HAPPY ME to explore some of the most beautiful beaches and quietest anchorages nearby. 

Historic Provençal charm


Unlike its glamorous neighbouring cities, Nice is known for its sophisticated style and grace. Located along the Bay of Angels, the city features the ideal blend of luxury and historic Provençal charm. Soak up the sun while hiking through its beautiful countryside, sample some of its vintage wines at one of its many vineyards and enjoy the quiet solitude of its pebble beaches.

Film Festival central


A leading yachting destination, Cannes offers all the glamorous splendour of the Côte d’Azur and the famous Cannes International Film Festival. Famed for its many high-end boutiques, world-class dining and resorts, this seaside city is the ideal superyacht hub to visit all year round. Be sure to explore le Suquet, a quaint old town filled with cobblestone streets and local stores. 

French glamour

St Tropez

Brought to fame by the iconic Brigitte Bardot in the 1950s, St Tropez is widely seen as the epitome of luxury and glamour. With a dazzling array of beach clubs, restaurants and nightclubs, its glitzy appeal is evident. However, there are some spots within the Provençal town which maintain a rustic charm. Admire the original ochre and mustard architecture surrounding the port, while soaking up the unique atmosphere.