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Map of French Riviera

French Riviera map

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French Riviera map

The French Riviera map locates the top sights of the French Riviera: Antibes, Biot, Cannes, Eze, Menton, Monaco, Nice and Saint-Paul de Vence. The French Riviera is the sunniest region of France. It has beautiful seaside resorts. French Riviera.

Map of French Riviera

1. :Antibes 2. Biot 3. Cannes 4. Eze 5. Menton 6. Monaco 7. Nice 8. Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat 9. Saint-Paul de Vence

Antibes, the French Riviera resort

Antibes is one of the most famous seaside resorts of the French Riviera. It has a spectacular yatch harbor, an interesting Picasso Museum and famous beaches. The old Antibes village has a lively Provencal market. Cap d'Antibes is one of the fanciest areas in the French Riviera. Antibes is a great destination for a week-end or a week. Fly to Nice, then rent a car.

Antibes facts.

Antibes market
Antibes market

Nice, the capital of French Riviera

Nice is historically the capital of the French Riviera and one of the largest French cities. The Promenade des anglais, the moving Nice Chagall Museum, the lovely Matisse Museum and the Flower Market on Cours Saleya are some of the top sights of the city. Cours Saleya is a nice place for a dinner. The huge beaches down from Promenade des Anglais are famous. The old city is lovely. Shopping is easy on Avenue Medecin.

Nice facts

Fernand Léger Museum in Biot

The Fernand Léger Museum in Biot is one of the most interesting museums of art of the French Riviera. It has more than 300 pieces of art and is by far the largest collection of Fernand Leger paintings in the world. Fernand Léger is lesser known than Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and Henri Matisse, the three other painters having their dedicated museum in the French Riviera. Nevertheless, he displays in his museum a lively and colorful art.

Léger Museum facts

Adam et Eve - Fernand Leger Museum - Biot, France
Adam et Eve - Fernand Léger Museum - Biot, France

France map with top sights

France was visited by over 87 million foreign tourists in 2017, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world. France ranks fifth in tourist spending behind the United Kingdom, United States, China and Spain. Today, Europeans and Asians account for the growing number of foreign visits in France. Famous places in France include Versailles Palace, Mont Saint-Michel, the Loire Castles, the Champagne wine country, the Bordeaux wine country, Nice and Lourdes.

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Mont SaintMichel
Mont Saint-Michel Abbey In Normandy
is the third most visited sight in France.
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