Four Day French Riviera Motor Yacht Itinerary
Four Day French Riviera Motor Yacht Itinerary - Discover Monaco and Cap D'Antibes
Enjoy a short trip to the south of France with this four day French Riviera itinerary, embarking in Monaco and ending your charter in Antibes. This itinerary is designed to keep fuel consumption low - which is better for the planet as well as your purse! To keep your options open, and if you feel like splashing out, check out our luxury 4-day itinerary for the most exclusive and fine experience along the coast.
Day 1: Monaco to Beaulieu
Embark in Monaco at midday, and cruise to Cap d'Ail, where you can have lunch at Eden Plage Mala. Spend the afternoon in the bay of Anjuna, along the coast of Eze, where you can try out all of your yacht's water toys and enjoy the warm Mediterranean waters. Have dinner at the highly recommended Paloma Beach in St Jean Cap Ferrat, and make berth in Beaulieu overnight.
Day 2: Beaulieu to Antibes
Cruise west from Beaulieu and around St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat to the stunning bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer, where the landscape rises steeply up from the deep water bay. Anchor in Villefranche for your lunch, and then visit Antibes for your evening meal. Le Michelangelo is one of the best Italian restaurants that the Riviera has to offer, in the town which is the home to the largest yachting harbour in Europe. Have a look at our favourite restaurants in the South of France!
Day 3: Antibes to Cannes
Get your water toys out again in the Baie des Anges which runs from Cap d'Antibes to Nice, so there is plenty of space to splash around in the morning. Visit Keller Plage in Cap d'Antibes for lunch, the sister of La Petite Maison in Nice will offer you a fantastic Mediterranean themed meal. Cruise towards Mandelieu La Napoule, where the restaurant Le Repère is tucked away beside the port and serves up some incredible fish and grilled steak in an unforgettable atmosphere. Spend the night in Cannes in preparation for you final day.
Day 4: Cannes to Antibes
The quieter bay of Théoule is perfect for a relaxing swim, with a view through the middle of the Iles de Lérins, so that you can see the islands from a different angle. Visit the islands where the water between Ile Ste Marguerite and Ile St Honorat is as clear and turquoise in colour as the Caribbean, and dine at La Guérite for lunch. Take a final swim in the aptly named Billionaires Bay in Cap d'Antibes, before disembarking your yacht that evening in Antibes.