Monaco to Toulon

Western Mediterranean, French Riviera

A yacht charter in the Western Mediterranean doesn't get much more luxurious than cruising along the southern coast of France.

Starting off in the small state of Monaco your week long trip takes you through some of the most desirable locations of the French Riviera. Passing through Cannes and Saint Tropez, then ending up in Toulon.

Itinerary: Monaco to Toulon

Day 1 (Monaco)

Embarking in Monaco, you will have time to settle in to our vessel which will be home for the next week. Your crew will show you around the facilities and give you some time to get the champagne flowing and your belongings unpacked. With so much to do in such a short space of time, Monaco presents you with some tough decisions as to what to do first. An absolute must while visiting this top-quality location is to take some time at one of the local spas.

Warm yourself back up by taking a stroll across the promenade in the Riviera heat and stop off for an exciting shopping trip in the heart of Monaco. Find some of your favourite designer labels as you browse the best of the collections in this highly sought-after shopping precinct before returning to your luxury yacht for a freshly prepared afternoon tea. Changing into your evening wear, head back to shore and try your luck in the world-famous Monte Carlo casino.

Day 2 (Monaco to Eze Sur Mer)

Before spending the afternoon cruising to your next location, take time in the morning to visit Eze Sur Mer. Nestled on top of a peak, east of Monaco and not far from Nice, this beautiful medieval settlement provides some of the best views of the French Riviera. A morning spent in Eze Sur Mer will not only give you staggering panoramic views, and fantastic holiday photos, but also the chance to dine in a Michelin star restaurant for a high quality luncheon.

On returning to your luxury yacht yu will them to taken for an afternoon of cruising and water sports.

Day 3 (Eze Sur Mer to Cannes)

Famous for its world renowned film festival, Cannes takes you back to cosmopolitan France and a continuation of the ultimate level of luxury. This popular stretch of the French Riviera is well known for being a playground for the rich and famous so where better to mingle with a host of big names and brands.

While in Cannes, one of the best places to dine is in the old town. Filled to the brim with a selection of the finest cuisine in the area, it won't be difficult to find a restaurant which matches your style and taste. Try some French delicacies as well as some of your favourite dishes to then finish off with delicious locally made French wines and liqueur coffees.

Day 4 (Cannes to St. Tropez)

From one highly regarded French location to another, the beaches of St Tropez are beckoning as soon as you anchor down in the idyllic harbour. Head straight for the impressive stretch of sandy beaches to enjoy the warmth of the sand and maybe a game or two of beach volleyball. The beaches are popular throughout the year so peace and tranquillity are difficult to find, but the glorious surroundings make up for it when it comes to breaking out the jet skis for an hour.

After a day lapping up the Riviera heat, venture ashore in to St Tropez itself to be wined and dined in the most luxurious settings. A particular favourite hotspot for dining in the area is Alain Ducasse's Rivea. Finish off with some indulgent cocktails before returning to your luxury charter yacht for the remainder of the evening.

Day 5 (St. Tropez to Sanary Sur Mer)

Back to the atmosphere of relaxation and peace, the pretty destination of Sanary Sur Mer is next on your itinerary. This quaint and romantic fishing village does not entertain cruise line tourists so you are much more likely to feel relaxed here.

The evening is yours to spend as you wish. Take dinner on the decking and watch the sunset as you indulge in French wine and dream of your next day touring the French Riviera.

Day 6 (Sanary Sur Mer to Camargue)

For your final stop before Marseilles, the stunning destination of Camargue is everything you need when you think of paradise. Even more secluded than your previous stop at Sanary Sur Mer, Camargue is the ultimate luxury of sandy beaches, exotic wildlife and pure relaxation.

Taking a stroll through the clearly marked paths will introduce you to views of incredible natural beauty and up close to semi wild animals including pink flamingos. Venturing through the marshlands will also bring you up close to majestic white horses of Camargue.

Day 7 (Toulon)

Disembarking from your luxury charter yacht you may have some time to explore Marseille before returning home. A good place to visit if you're short on time is the Fort Saint Jean, located on the harbour. Comprising of several centuries of building and architecture, this fortification was built by Louis XIV in the 17th century and remains to be a stunning focal point of the old port.