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Top 4 ways to end your season in the French Riviera

Top 4 ways to end your season in the French Riviera

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To continue the party

Take your superyacht to Cannes and Saint-Tropez

If you want to continue the summer party vibe then a cruise between the two most glamorous spots on the Côte d’Azur might be the perfect option.


If you are still in Monaco the make sure you visit Sass Café, one of the best restaurants in Monaco. The venue has been around for more than 20 years and attracts a host of celebrities including Penélope Cruz and Jay-Z.


You can recover from any over indulgences at the Monaco Yacht Show while you head to Cannes. One the best nightspots to visit is Le Bâoli, a Balinese bar packed with the rich, the famous, and the acutely good-looking — all stylishly smashed on Pink Basilic cocktails. The staff have a reputation for being slightly self-satisfied but it also offers one of the best ambiances on the French Riviera.

Alternatively if you're feeling lucky then you can visit one of the town’s three casinos: Casino Palm Beach, Casino Barrière Le Croisette or Casino Barrière Les Princes.


After leaving Cannes you can then cruise overnight to arrive in Saint-Tropez, one of the Mediterranean's top summer party destinations. The town has a plethora of famous nights spots — Les Caves du Roy, VIP Room and Le Papagayo are the best known.

Les Caves du Roy is arguably France’s most famous nightclub. Despite having been around for more than 40 years it has not lost any of its panache. The resident DJ is Jack-E, who has a reputation for being able to flawlessly blend classics and modern favourites.

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