The Ports of Nice-Villefranche sur mer (7 kms from Nice) and Cannes, the head-ends of the Cruises in the Mediterranean on the Cote d'Azur, have become one of the main French cruise ports. Year among the best known ships Arcadia P & O, Seadream 1, Norwegian Epic NCL and Star Breeze Windstar. While Nice and the bay of Villefranche receive Club Med 2, the Independence of the Seas RCI .... Cannes, unlike Villefranche and Nice, is able to accommodate the largest ships. Visitors come to visit the sites of the old town, to see the Red Carpet Film Festival in Cannes, relax on a Jet Set beach, shop and enjoy a gourmet Mediterranean meal and visit the hilltop villages of 'azure.
For the most part, cruise ships on the French Riviera are first-time visitors. The Côte d'Azur ranks second in the ports of Cruises behind Marseille. Monaco welcomes high-end customers and has inaugurated since its giant floating dyke and quadrupled the number of stopovers of cruise ships. The passage of the cruises is very well distributed between the months of May to October. August is usually the peak month.
The cruise operator can make a short stay before or after his departure (pre or post cruise) to visit the region for a few days. For cruises with family and friends it is the ideal formula.
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International cruise companies such as Azamara Cruise Club, Seabourn Cruise Line, Windstar Cruises or French cruise lines on Club Med 2, Compagnie du Ponent with American clientele, Star Clippers in Cannes or other large private yachts Can enjoy the Côte d'Azur before or after their cruise for a stay to discover all the flavors of the Riviera and its pleasures. Cruise stops on the French Riviera often combine with stays in the south of France, why not you?

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