• Saint Raphael Tourist Office

    Discover the charming cobbled streets of the historic centre of town. They will lead you to the San Rafeu church, to the watchtower and to the underground Carolingian crypts. You can explore the Archaeological Museum before learning about Felix Martin, who as mayor transformed this fishing village into a bustling Read more [...]

  • Office de Tourisme de Toulon

    The maritime City of Toulon nestles in Europe’s largest and most beautiful Bay, bordered by high wooded hills topped with ancient forts: an unusual but idyllic marriage of sea and mountain. Although the city has been a powerful military port for centuries, its bay offers much more than the naval Read more [...]

  • Marseille Tourist Office

    Marseille, pearl of South France: Visit and learn about the Old Port: history of an ancient site. The Ferry-boat and the town hall. Hôtel Dieu: the history of Le Panier district. Place de Lenche, St. Laurent Church, MuCEM, Villa Méditerranée, Regards de Provence Museum, La Major Cathedrals, Vieille Charité: former Read more [...]

  • Cannes Tourist Office

    The history of Cannes is as much singular as its bay is spellbounded. The Beaches and La Croisette magnify a seafront spotted by the Lérins Islands. In addition the Old Port and Le Suquet bring a picturesque supplement to its prestigious aura. You are invited to a delicious stroll in Read more [...]

  • Avignon Tourist Office

    Avignon, for some time capital of Christendom in the Middle Ages, retains the indelible mark of its grandiose destiny: the Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes), the Saint-Benezet brigde, called the « pont d’Avignon » of worldwide fame through its commemoration by the song, and the ramparts constitute an Read more [...]