The real Riviera
With mild temperatures, fewer people, lower prices and greater availability, autumn is the ideal time to explore the French Riviera without the hordes of the high season. You can take in the local scenery, visit uncrowded museums, and enjoy seasonal Mediterranean dishes in the best restaurants that are usually too busy to book. Take a walking tour of Monaco, then head across the port to Monte Carlo to see its world-famous Casino and sip an aperitif at the Café de Paris. Meander through the streets of Nice's Old Town, stopping to sample socca or pissaladière, their local specialties. Spend a leisurely morning visiting Antibes and its Marché Provençale, feast on fresh seafood in an appropriately rustic brasserie, then spend an hour strolling through the galleries of the Picasso Museum. Visit Vence and the perched village of Saint-Paul, with its numerous art galleries, or return to the coast to discover the off-season allure of Cannes' famous Croisette and old town of Le Suquet. Even Saint-Tropez, renowned as a summer spot, is a delight at this time of year, as it recovers its sleeping fishing-village charm.
Visit the uncrowded museums for cultural immersion
Enjoy seasonal Mediterranean dishes at the best restaurants that are usually booked
A walking tour of Monte Carlo
Visit the Casino in Monte Carlo and sip an aperitif at the Café de Paris
Meander through the streets of Nice's Old Town
Sample local specialities – socca or pissaladière
Visit Antibes and its Marché Provençale
Feast on seafood in a rustic brasserie
Go to the Picasso museum
Visit the numerous galleries in Vence and Saint-Paul
Discover Cannes' famous Croisette
Closest airport Nice or Cannes
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