How long should you charter a private yacht in the French Riviera?
Are you wondering for how long you can charter a yacht in the French Riviera? Good news, that’s really up to you!
Tell us how many days or weeks you are thinking of and we will find you and your party the perfect luxury yacht. Whether you are chartering a yacht with your friends or planning to spend quality time with your family, Boatsters Black excels in finding you the yacht, crew and service that completely suits your needs. With our unique yacht fleet and our expertise in customizing your itinerary, we will provide the tailormade yacht charter vacation in the South of France you have been dreaming of.
The French Riviera, luxury and comfort
Thanks to its history, gastronomy and cultural wealth, the South of France attracts people from all over the world. With an endless coastline, the French Riviera is a dream destination for all water sports enthusiasts. If you would like to combine the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea with luxury and comfort, chartering a yacht to explore the French Riviera is an excellent choice. The South of France is home to the biggest and most luxurious ports in the world. The Monaco harbor is possibly the most famous port out there and the harborside is a place to see and be seen year-round. This is where the jet set lifestyle really comes to life and what the Côte d’Azur is mostly known for. The ultimate place to start your yachting trip! Watch the harbor wake up from the upper deck, while making plans for the day. How about some sightseeing ashore? After an early breakfast onboard, have the crew drop you off by tender to visit the beautiful village of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, the place where Coco Chanel had her villa.
Landscapes and villages to visit in the French Riviera
Sheltered from the wind by the imposing Mont Agel, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is perfectly positioned between Menton and Monte Carlo, the landscape punctuated by slender cypress trees, shimmering silver-green olive groves and warm terracotta rooftops. Follow winding pathways through pine forests and maquis to this historic town and discover the true spirit of the French Riviera. The narrow streets of the Old Town lead up to an olive tree that is over a thousand years old and still bears fruit, its branches now twisted and tangled. Admire the Grimaldi fortress towering above the village. Go for a walk in the olive grove with your friends and family, inhaling its delightful scents, and admire the statues dotted about this leafy place. After your hike, treat yourself to a tour of the old medieval village, perched on high ground and overlooked by the keep of an ancient 10th-century castle. The castle may dominate the skyline, offering the most spectacular views across the coastline, but stroll through the cobbled streets and small squares, down ancient stone steps and hidden archways and passageways, to discover historic landmarks. From Place du Capitaine Vincent, you can admire the view of the Mediterranean Sea and Monaco City below. Opposite, you can glimpse the splendid residences hiding behind century-old trees on private estates. Did you know that you can take a tour of Cap Martin by following the Le Corbusier walk, named after the famous architect who owned a cabin by the sea? It will take you along the jagged coastlines plunging into crystalline waters, and past some lovely, secluded beaches, the tennis courts of the Monte Carlo Country Club where the Monte Carlo Masters take place each year and gardens filled with flowers. Keep your eyes peeled for the splendid 19th-century villa tucked away in the surrounding area! Pause at Le Corbusier’s Cabanon and Eileen Gray’s E-1027 villa, modernist masterpieces that provide a striking contrast to the wild flora and rugged coastline of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
The Maybourne Riviera, the luxury of gastronomy in The French Riviera
Now that you have worked up an appetite from all this hiking, why not have lunch at the spectacular terrace of the Maybourne Riviera. The striking modernist architecture of the Maybourne emerges from the rocky peninsula of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin as if forging its way into the glistening Mediterranean Sea. Dramatic views of the coastline take in Italy to the east and Monte Carlo to the west, all of it bathed in brilliant light. While enjoying its unrivalled setting and dramatic views across warm terracotta rooftops, unwind at the poolside restaurant with your loved ones. Order one of their perfectly-charred pizzas from the statement wood-fired oven while you sip fresh juices or refreshing cocktails, depending on your mood. How about a Ginger Margarita, boasting tequila, cointreau, ginger, fresh lime and salt? You can also opt to feel like a local and order the Monegasque salad, with red mullet à la plancha, tender greens fingerling potatoes and a sun dried tomato vinaigrette. What a perfect way to spend the first day of your yacht charter in the South of France!
The luxury yacht charter company that takes it personally
Boatsters Black will carefully listen to your expectations and wishes. Together with their team of experts, you will decide how many days you would like to charter your yacht. Boatsters Black will put together a tailormade itinerary for you, visiting the unique and breathtaking destinations in the French Riviera.
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