Places to visit around the French Riviera
NSS Riviera Holidays is located in Fréjus, near Saint-Raphaël, a perfect place from which to go for a daily excursion, visiting the best of Provence and French Riviera, also known as the Cote d’Azur.
Fréjus - Roman Ruins
Fréjus during Roman times was one of the most important ports in the Mediteranean. The remains are the Roman Amphitheathre (one of Gaules largest built in the 1st Century A.D.), Arcades of the Orea gate and the remains of the aquaduct arches.
Saint-Paul De Vence – Artist Village
Vence - Maeght Fondation
Nice is the 5th most populated city in France, it has beautiful beaches a lovely promenade, museums, a market, national theatre, Cathedral etc etc.
Originally a small fishing village, it is now a resort of renown. It has many restaurants a casino, marina, lovely beach, with water sport activities.
The Verdon Gorge
Gorges Du Verdon is a spectacular canyon that forms the border between the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Var. It is 21 km long x 700 m deep.
One of the best known cities of the French Riviera, which lists the annual Cannes Film Festival. It is famous for it’s luxury shops, retaurants and hotels.
Saint-Tropez is a town about 25 km west from Fréjus. It is an internationally known seaside resort, mainly for the European & American “jet set”. Many of the beaches in the bay of Pampelonne offer windsurfing, sailing and canoeing, jet skis, water skiing and scuba diving. Topless sunbathing is now the usual way of sunbathing in Saint-Tropez. It is worth a visit to see the many ocean going yachts in the harbour.
Nice - Modern Art Museum
This museum houses a large collection of French and American artwork from the 1960’s to the present, acknowledged as the best Museum of modern art in the Riviera. It is situated about 0.5 mile from the city centre.
Open every day from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, except on : Monday, 1st of January, Easter Sunday, 1st of May and 25th of December.