French Riviera, France
The French Riviera has great beaches with a wide variety of flora y fauna. Get to know some world-famous places such as Monaco, Cannes, Antibes or St Tropez.
Begin the itinerary in Port Pin Rolland. Sail towards Îles d’Hyères (Iles d’Or). Your first stop will be Porquerolles. Tour around the town with an old fortress, swim and snorkel in the turquoise blue sea surrounded by a pine forest.
Get to know Cavalaire-sur-Mer located on the way. You will enjoy many miles of long beaches to practice water sports. It is a great opportunity not only for a day-staying but also for a fun going out by night.
During the third day, you will go towards Saint Maxime city, located in Saint Tropez area. The city has great attractions to tour around such as the water “La Tour Carrée” or the museum of phonographs.
Sail shortly towards Saint Tropez. This city is well known to have a lively nightlife. You will find the world biggest yacht boats in the yachting port. We suggest going to the beaches “Plage des Graniers”, “Plage des Cannebiers”, “Plage de la Moutte” or “Plage des Salins”.
Begin your way to Île du Levant, the second biggest island Îles d’Hyères. Tour around the wonderful and peaceful National Park of Port Cros where you can find a submarine world in one of the best places of the Mediterranean.
On the way back to Port Pin Rolland Navy, land by the morning to tour around the enchanting city of Toulon. The city is an important center for many industries, culture and sports. Ensure visiting the botanic garden of Mourillon and the Tour Royale in the seafront promenade.
The Mediterranean can be divided into two large areas. West of Toulon, northwest winds dominate throughout the year. The “Tramontane” blows from the Pyrenees to Sète, and “the Mistral” knocks down Vallée du Rhône and can even reach Corsica and Sardinia. Summer breezes that rarely exceed 15 to 20 knots in the south and southeast are more common during the summer. The Mistral is responsible for the exceptionally sunny conditions in the region. To the east of Toulon, the impact of the Mistral is moderate. The breezes of the south and southeast of the sea and rarely more than 15 arrive around noon, and then calm down at night.
A strong swell from the south, the southwest is built west of Toulon, but is considerably weaker east of Toulon. Water temperatures in summer are perfect for water sports of all kinds. The tides are less than 30 cm.
Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather.