Every European tourist should come at least once at French Riviera, also known as ‘Cote d’Azur’, if only for the fame of this place, one of the few exotic destinations in Continental Europe. The entire coast of the Riviera has formed 120 km, enough to accommodate almost any form of entertainment, the entire range of hotels, motels and campgrounds, including 40 km of beaches covered with stones, but with enough sand. There are no more than 150 private beaches, which belong to hotels, tour companies, but they have also a private and exclusive destination. The dozens of cities, including Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Saint Tropez, were developed primarily around the bays created by the meeting of Alps with the Tyrrhenian Sea; most resorts and tourist villages offering unique images, with steep slopes on the one hand, on the coast natives who raised their villas, and stretches of water on the other hand, on which the waves meet the yachts, cruise boats, fishermen and vessels.
Monte Carlo Beach
The Monte Carlo Beach has been entirely redesigned to offer an decidedly modern experience, blending the atmosphere of the Jazz Age on the Riviera with the carefully preserved intimacy of a luxury residence.Most of the beautiful beaches are private, some owned hotels locale.Also exist some public beaches,.One of this beautiful beaches is Larvotto beach. The facilities at the beach are wonderful. There is no charge to access it which is great for travelers on a budget. Warm water, nice swimming. One disappointment..... pebbles instead of sand.. Don't expect golden sand here.
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