Day 1: Cagnes-sur-Mer is a favourite destination for musicians and artists, with famous painters such as Modigliani, Soutine, Klein and Renoir... A tour of the town: Grimaldi Castle and square, the medieval church of Saint-Pierre, the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, the Chapel of Our Lady of the Intercessor, Renoir's house-museum 'Villa Collette.'
After lunch – the ancient town of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, one of the most ancient medieval towns. Matisse, Cocteau, Colette, Jacques Prévert, Sartre, Sophia Loren, Alain Delon, Lino Ventura and many others have been here, and Marc Chagall spent the last years of his life here.
Day 2: Biot that is situated on a hilltop covered in mimosa and olive trees. Biot was well-known for manufacturing and decorating ceramics before turning to glass. Vallauris: Magnelli Castle Museum and Picasso National Museum. Antibes is associated with the names of F. S. Fitzgerald, N. Kazantzakis and G. Green. take a walking tour to explore the Amirale de Grasse promenade, the Grimaldi Castle, the Bastion of Saint-André with its archaeology museum, the Garoup lighthouse and Notre-Dame de Garoup chapel, the Tenard Villa, the Marineland water park, and Fort Carré.
After lunch we'll go to Juan-les-Pins, a prestigious resort of the Cote d'Azur and the soul of the jazz festival.
Day 3: Cannes. City walk: Le Suquet quarter, Palais des Festivals and Avenue of Stars, Promenade de la Croisette, Palm Beach, Alexandre III Theater, Allees de la Liberte-Charles-de-Gaulle, Villa Fiesole, Musee de la Mer and Museum of Photography, Villa Eleanor. A boat trip to the Lérins Islands: Saint-Honorat (abbey) and Saint Margaret's (famous for its fortified Iron Mask prison).
Dinner at the most fashionable restaurant, La Guerite, with a panoramic outdoor terrace.