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The most commonly spoken language is French.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Cote d'Azur is the euro.

£10 = 2 bottles of beer, or 1 Nicoise salad in a restaurant.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

With such close proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, the area has a Mediterranean climate. The summers are, therefore, hot and dry, with temperatures remaining mild through the winter. The average summer high temperature is close to 30 degrees, yet the coastal breezes help to keep you cool during the day. Rain is rare, so you can leave the umbrella back at home.
Go for hotels in Nice for plenty of opportunities to wander and take in the sights. The Castle Hill of Nice is a good hike and overlooks the bay, while Nice Old Town (an 11-minute walk away) has medieval winding streets and lots of local restaurants to discover. The Promenade des Anglais is a stretch of shoreline to cycle, walk, skate or jog along. A 21-minute drive from the City Centre, Parc forestier du Mont-Boron has walking trails with sea and mountain views.From hotels in Cannes you can explore the area’s history. The Église Notre Dame d'Espérance is a Gothic stone church from the 1600s perched atop a hill about a 10-minute drive from the middle of town. Wander the surrounding district, Le Suquet, for winding streets, food stalls and jazz bars. You can also take a boat trip to the four Lérins Islands.Antibes is the place for a family friendly holiday in the Côte d'Azur. Marineland is just over 15 minutes by car from the centre of town. Here, you can have interactive encounters with orcas, dolphins, sea lions and sharks. A five-minute walk from here takes you to Aquasplash, a waterpark with adrenaline-pumping slides, lazy rivers and pools.Couples should opt for hotels in Saint-Tropez for sun and culture. Head to Plage de l’Escalet to swim and sunbathe. Then it’s a 22-minute drive to Musée d'histoire maritime, a maritime museum in the dungeons of the town’s citadel. Saint-Tropez Harbour is worth passing by to see huge yachts, people watch and indulge in some of the nearby restaurants.
There’s an excellent variety of hotels and apartments spread across the Côte d’Azur, catering for most budgets and needs. Luxury seafront apartments sit close to quiet hotels tucked away down undisturbed streets, many with rooftop pools and fine dining facilities. We provide access to over 1000 separate properties, and you can explore them all online today.

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