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For many France is the very heart and soul of Europe for others it is a dream charter destination. The country was first settled by Greek and Phoenicians about 600 BC. The Romans began colonizing it in the 2nd century BC, followed by Julius Caesar's conquest in 58BC. French culture has been widely admired since the 13th century. Although the glory days of empire may be fading, the country's fantastic yacht charters remain the envy of many.

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Propriano/Port of Propriano (France / Corsica)
11.3 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 700 ($2 046) Special price: € 1 275 ($1 534)
Propriano (France / Corsica)
11.28 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 700 ($2 046) Special price: € 1 275 ($1 534)
Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.19 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 749 ($2 105) Special price: € 1 312 ($1 579)
Propriano/Port of Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.1 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 749 ($2 105) Special price: € 1 312 ($1 579)
Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.5 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 975 ($2 377) Special price: € 1 481 ($1 782)
Propriano/Port of Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.5 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 975 ($2 377) Special price: € 1 481 ($1 782)
Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.5 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 125 ($2 557) Special price: € 1 594 ($1 918)
Propriano/Port of Propriano (France / Corsica)
12.5 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 125 ($2 557) Special price: € 1 594 ($1 918)
Propriano/Port of Propriano (France / Corsica)
13.72 m
6 cabins
10 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 775 ($4 543) Special price: € 2 831 ($3 407)
Propriano (France / Corsica)
13.72 m
4 cabins
10 berths
8 days
09/12 - 16/12/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 775 ($4 543) Special price: € 2 831 ($3 407)
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Sailing France

The Mediterranean coast of France enjoys its mild Mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and slightly chilly breezy winters. For charter sailing boat summer would be the best. You'll have the best weather and winds and the least of rainfall. Later in summer a window opens up of calmer breezes once the western winds die down. From April to October the temperature varies from 65F to 75F, with average of 8 hours of sunshine a day. Late fall and winter may disappoint you with a bit of rainfall (about 4in), but then you will appreciate more sun and blue sky. An Atlantic influence prevails in the west, with westerly sea winds bringing humidity and warm winters.

 

Cuisine

The French cuisine is as rich in its varieties as the culture and history of the country. It is not only authentic and delicious, but healthy too. The Mediterranean cuisine incorporates a lot of fresh products: fish and seafood, fruits and vegetables, lean meat from mountain pastures. Dishes are generously enhanced by key ingredients: olive oil, garlic and aromatic herbs. Sea product is always on the menu. Sets, the largest fishing port on the Mediterranean, is known for its huge oysters and mussel beds in the salt-water lagoons of the coast.

 

Collioure is famous for its anchovies. Local dishes include squid stuffed with anchovies and snails with garlic and ham. Vegetables play great role as well: zucchini or tomatoes, stuffed with meat, rice and herbs; baby artichokes saut?ed with bacon; a bean and vegetable soup with a sauce of basic and garlic. Meat includes game and rabbit, grass-fed beef and lamb. Try Boeuf en daube. It is beef, marinated in red wine, onions and garlic, then stewed with orange peels and tomato.

 

The southern corner of France has been and still is an area of mass- produced wine. A warm and sunny climate helps to create high-quality flavorful wines.

 

French Riviera yacht rentals

C?te d'Azur is a narrow coastal strip between the Alps and the Mediterranean.

Great figures of modern art (Renoir, Matisse, Picasso) have been drawn to this area. Sheltered from winds and blessed with mild year-around climate, it was only a matter of time until the entire world discovered the Riviera's undeniable beauty. Today, especially in summer, all local marinas and charter bases are overcrowded with sailors from all over the world.

 

Saint-Tropez yacht charter

The fate of this fishing port with population of 5,000 was changed dramatically by film personalities during the 1960th. Today there are many more luxury yachts than fishing boats in the harbor. Yacht charter in France will help you to discover amazing scenery of Saint-Tropez that has inspired so many artists, including Matisse, Bonnard, Duff and Paul Signac. Their works are on display in the local Musee del'Annonciade, the 17th century church.

 

Boat rentals in France, Grimaud

This picturesque village in the French Riviera, is located on the forested hills of cork oak, chestnut and pine, and overlooking the bay of the Golfe de Saint Tropez, and crowned with the 11th-century castle on the top. Grimaud may claim to be the richest village in the area, where the very wealthy own a lot of properties. So, the village has funds to keep its restoration going. Many of the buildings dating back to 15th-16th centuries have the ancient-style stone walls that are restored with the bright pastel colors of Provence. Some old door frames are made from large polished slabs of stone, either black lava or dark green serpentine. Sailing in Grimaud area make a stop to explore the village: narrow and low vaulted passages, old fountains, 12th century church with a clock tower, 17th century windmill and, of course, the castle ruins.

 

Port Grimaud yacht charter base

The modern part of the village is Port Grimaud. It is located 7 km west of Saint-Tropez and 7km southwest of Saint Maxime. Architect Francois Spoerry created this seaside town in the 1960s by modifying the lowland of the river near Giscle on the bay of Saint Tropez. The channels were built in a Venetian manner, but the houses  - in French "Fisherman's" style, resembling those in Saint-Tropez. Each house was designed to copy an authentic Provenceal. And result turned out to be quite harmonious.

 

Sailing Port Pin Rolland

Situated on the Cepet peninsula that closes the bay of Toulon, Port pin Rolland is a charming little marina that specializes in shipbuilding and selling boats. The harbor of Port Pin Rolland is deeply rooted in the cute town of Saint-Mandrier, Proven?al village with fabulous natural beaches. Nowadays this modern marina moors lots of boats in its berths during the Yacht Charter tourist season.

Geographically, Port Pin Rolland is on the C?te d'Azur ( the French  Riviera ), however characteristically it is so different in its pace and style from others.

This area remains relatively up disturbed by a big crowd, but welcomes those who discovered it earlier for its great sailing opportunities. This is the very place where you can fully enjoy a yacht Charter away from busy resorts.

The main occupations of the locals are fishing, farming, building and repairing ships. So, there are not so many tourist attractions on the island. For that purpose you may go to the neighboring cities, like La Seyne-sur-Mer or Toulon, which is on the opposite side of the bay and easily accessible by sea in a Yacht Charter boat.

There are other islands worth visiting as well: Porquerollez and Port Cross with their unforgettable natural reserves. These discreet hideaways can give you such a pleasant sense of seclusion and tranquility, that you may try to find the way to come back again and again. Sunbathing can be added to the list, as well, if you prefer a more sedate holiday. But if you need more activities, rather than sailing, there is always fishing or diving to keep you entertained.

 

Sailing Hyeres

The old town sits 4 km from the sea, surrounding the Castle of Saint Bernard, which is set high on a hill. Between the old town and the sea lies the pine-covered hill of Costebelle, which overlooks the peninsula of Giens.

 

Although Hyeres is the oldest resort on the French Riviera, it certainly defines itself as very different from the rest. The old town presents itself with the Place Massillion, a large open squire, with the 12th century Tower of Saint-Blaise. Above it you will find a nice a serration spot, which allows you to have a great view of the plains below and the coast.

 

The old town definitely preserves its unique characteristics: narrow streets with cobble stones bordered by stone walls; old houses, painted in the Proven?al pastels with contrasting shutters and doors, many of which are restored with ancient stone door and window frames.

 

The position of Hyeres - facing the Mediterranean to the south - makes it a popular location for tourism all year around, even in winter. Hyeres is also well - known for cultivating palm trees. About 100,000 trees are exported from this area each year.

 

The city plays host to the Hyeres International Fashion and Photography Festival, a huge event which has taken place annually at the end of April since 1985. Hyeres is also welcoming the MIDI French Riviera Music Festival in July every year.

 

Toulon bareboat charters

Toulon is a port city and military harbor with a major French naval base in the southeast of the country. It is one of the largest harbors in all of Europe. If you are interested to visit it, there are tours available to the Toulon Harbor and Arsenal.

The historic quaint town of Toulon is also among its top attractions. The old town district consists of a large pedestrian area with ornate fountains, manicured landscaping and narrow streets with all kinds of boutiques and charming local eateries.

 

There are a lot of opportunities to enjoy the best Toulon gastronomy in tiny terrace cafes or grand seafront restaurants, where you will encounter fresh seafood, locally made wine and cozy relaxed atmosphere. Shopping is another possible component of your itinerary. You can find a good mixture of both - traditionally local and modern - in Old Town or Town Center with the latest Space Mayol.

 

Toulon is also known for its lively cultural activities: annual Toulon Jazz Festival, the Toulon Opera, art galleries, museums and the Toulon Cathedral. But the true demonstration of its cultural heritage is on the 14th of July. Bastille Day is commemorated with a military march on the main boulevards. In the afternoon, there is usually an aircraft show and at midnight - fireworks, that can be best seen from the beach.

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