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The Must-Sees of the Côte d’Azur

Grasse, Cote D'Azur

The Cote d’Azur has so much to offer its visitors. If you’re holidaying in the French Riviera this summer, take a look at some of our favourite must-sees.

Grasse:

Grasse is known worldwide thanks beautiful, floral scents. As well as the smell of roses, lavender and jasmine, there are several perfume factories such as Fragonnard, Galimard and Molinard. Make the most of free guided tours and discover Grasse’s perfumery world, before visiting their shop to buy and browse perfumes. Try your hand at guessing the ingredients.

It is a wonderful experience!

Biot :

Biot is known for its potteries and bubble glass products, home to painters, leather workers and  jewellers. There are organised trips available, allowing you to explore the whole village;  discover this little pocket of charm and wonder the pretty pedestrian Streets. With an ancient history to uncover, Biot provides a great day out for all ages.

Biot, Cote d'Azur, France

Lac St Cassien :

The lake of St Cassien is a reservoir with a dam, providing water to the nearby cities and villages. It has become a fantastic spot to fish and catch carp. You can also canoe, pedalo, jetski, hire small electric boats, try the delicious French restaurants or just laze and play on the beach. Lac St Cassien offers plenty of activities; a stunning place with something for everyone!

Lake st. Cassien on the French Riviera

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The Must-Sees of the Côte d’Azur

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