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You may have just found the perfect boat charter itinerary travel in French Riviera.

From all the glitz and glamour to travel the crystal blue seas of the French Riviera, Rent A Boat provides a wide variety of custom-tailored itineraries.

When renting a yacht for the first time, we can guide you through the process and ensure that your trip is everything you dreamed it would be. Island hopping or learning about the local culture are two of our most popular options.

The French Riviera Itinerary: At A Glance


Day 1: Antibes to St Tropez

Antibes, a popular superyacht port on the French Riviera, is located between Cannes and Nice on the magnificent Côte d’Azur. Antibes is one of the most beautiful coastal cities in the Mediterranean, thanks to its majestic, guarded harbour. This is where you join the boat and begin your journey to Saint Tropez, one of the most sought-after tourist spots on the French Riviera. Tourists can take advantage of the town’s historical and cultural attractions, as well as its upscale dining establishments and upscale bars and nightclubs.

In the afternoon, stroll around Saint Tropez’s charming cobblestone streets and see the charming pastel-colored architecture that the city is known for. Party the night away in one of the numerous opulent bars lining the harbour after shopping at the exclusive stores.

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Day 2: St Tropez to Porquerolles

Make your way over the Gulf of Hyères to Porquerolles and say goodbye to the sparkle and glamour of St. Tropez. Unspoiled natural beauty abounds on this crescent-shaped island, which is home to only about 200 people. It’s a great place to start the day with a leisurely stroll on the beach of Plage Notre Dame, which is made up of pine trees, eucalyptus bushes and natural plants. In the evening, dine at the Michelin-starred L’Olivier restaurant in the historic Le Mas du Langoustier hotel, which is famed for its creative approach on Mediterranean cookery.

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St Tropez

Day 3: Porquerolles to Port Cros

Port-Cros, the tiniest of the Gulf of Hyères’ three Golden Islands, is just a short hop away. The island’s National Park provides a peaceful haven from the bustle of the shore, as there are no vehicles or bicycles permitted on the island. Put on your walking shoes and explore the island’s many defined routes on foot or by water, and try your hand at scuba diving. A National Marine Park was established on the island in 1963, the first of its type on the continent, and visitors are now able to explore the island’s natural beauty.

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Day 4: Port Cros to Pampelonne Beach

Pampelonne Plage is a good place to anchor if you’re heading back east along the coast on your next day out. It’s easy to see why it’s called “the crown jewel” of beaches, with its sugar-white sands and sapphire-blue waters.

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Port Cros

Day 5: Pampelonne Beach to Cannes

Throughout the last 150 years, Cannes has hosted extravagant parties for the affluent and well-known, including the Cannes Film Festival. L’Oasis, a Michelin-starred restaurant known for Mediterranean and Asian fare, is on board or on the mile-long boulevard de la Croisette.

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Day 6: Cannes to Cap d’Antibes

A leisurely boat ride from Cannes brings you to the rocky coastline of Cap d’Antibes, where you can relax on one of the golden beaches or climb for breathtaking views.

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Day 7: Cap d’Antibes to Villefranche

Villefranche-Sur-picturesque Mer’s fishing dock is just a short boat ride away the next morning. Go no further than this historic seaside village if you want to get away from it all on the Riviera. A 16th century fortress, the Saint Michel church, and cobblestone streets all come together here.

The charming village’s narrow streets lined with eateries and its three world-class beaches are perfect for a day of relaxation.

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Cap d’Antibes

Day 8: Villefanche to Cap Ferrat

Enjoy the stunning views of the rocky Provençal coast from the comfort of your ship’s deck. On either side of the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Peninsula, there are two excellent anchorages. Take a tender to Paloma or Plage de Passable for a 1950s-style meal.

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Day 9: Cap Ferrat to Monaco

Monaco is a must-see on the French Riviera. As the cosmopolitan capital of the Principality of Monaco, no trip to the French Riviera is complete without stopping in Monaco. After a slow start to the day, the crew of the boat will take you to your final destination on day two.

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Cap Ferrat

Day 10: Monaco

While ou have time to see more of the city after breakfast before your flight home. Monaco is slightly larger than London’s Hyde Park, but it offers much more. Monaco’s small size doesn’t diminish its allure because it’s full of amazing experiences.

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