The French Riviera is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and vibrant seaside towns. This is the perfect place to soak up the sun for a week or two and visitors will find that it is easily accessible by train, bus and car.
It can be quite cool in Nice in February and a little depressing for the many Riviera locals who think 2 degrees a night is like living in the Canadian Tundra. Yes, the locals don’t deal with the cold weather very well. You can spot them a mile away – the sun is out, the temperature is 8 degrees and they’re dressed like an overweight Michelin man. Lire la suite
November to February is the best time to visit the South of France – at least according to me. While the weather in Northern Europe is at its depressing worst with days and days of grey drizzle and overcast – on the French Riviera, the days can get cold, but the sun is almost always out and it’s rare for temperatures to drop below freezing. It’s a weather pattern that can very quickly put a smile back on your face (as well as a tan).
The French Rivera has garnered a lot of interest from overseas buyers who want to invest in the area. Wealthy men and women are constantly looking for new ways to store their riches. While real estate has traditionally been a good way to invest money, the places which are most suitable for this type of interest change periodically.
It’s always been the premier place to holiday, party, star watch, or just relax. The French Riviera has it all and those in the know – well they know it.