3 Best Ways To Beat The Crowds On The French Riviera

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If you have been dreaming of going to Southern France for a vacation but don’t want to deal with the crowds you are probably feeling conflicted. On the one hand, you just want to go and experience the food, culture, and sites. On the other hand, you don’t want to battle the tourist hordes to do even the simplest things like getting ice cream. It’s true that there are problems with mass tourism in Southern France, but that doesn’t mean there is no way around it.

Luckily, there are a lot of ways to get the most out of a vacation on the French Riviera and still not have to deal with the crowds too much. You may not always feel like you have the place to yourself, but you can certainly escape the hordes of tourists and enjoy the vacation the way you wanted. In this article, we will give you some ideas on how to beat the crowds.

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1 – Go to sea

One of the best ways to experience the French Riviera is to see it from the water. The views will be spectacular and not available to those stuck on land. At the same time, it is also going to be where you can get away from the crowds most effectively.

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You can rent a boat with 12knots where you can sleep and eat with a crew or without. If you want a truly unique experience that is much better than staying in a hotel in a crowded area then a boat is definitely the way to go.

You’ll also get access to areas where the tourists are not able to reach since you have a boat. There are small beaches with limited access that you can essentially have to yourself when you have access to a boat.

2 – Find a small town

There are little villages scattered around where the tourists don’t seem to go. There may be few important sites there or it is mainly a working-class area without too many frills. These are the places where you should stay since they will give you a more authentic experience.

One of these small villages can serve as an excellent base from which to explore the area. You’ll be able to visit the more interesting areas after dark when most people will leave.

They usually cost a lot less money and you get better food since there are fewer tourist traps around.

3 – Tour the vineyards

Although many tourists go to France specifically to taste the fine wines, you can beat the crowds by touring some vineyards. This is because they only allow so many people to book at any given time.

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You can reserve a time for a tasting that usually also includes some local specialties like cheese and charcuterie along with the wines with just a few other guests. While others are lining up for an overpriced sandwich on the coast, you can be sipping wine and snacking on the finest cheeses in a cool wine cellar away from the crowds.

Doing these three things will help you get the most out of your vacation on Southern France. It’s far better to do them than to miss out on the region entirely because of the crowds. You can get some wonderful views and experiences of France without having to deal with too many tourists.

Conclusion

To conclude, if you have been dreaming of going to Southern France for a vacation but don’t want to deal with the crowds you’re probably feeling conflicted. On the one hand, you just want to go and experience the food, culture, and sites. On the other hand, you don’t want to battle the tourist hordes to do even the simplest things like getting ice cream. It’s true that there are problems with mass tourism in Southern France, but that doesn’t mean there is no way around it.

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Godfrey Ogbo, the Chief Editor and CEO of AtlanticRide, merges his environmental management expertise with extensive business experience, including in real estate. With a master's degree and a knack for engaging writing, he adeptly covers complex growth and business topics. His analytical approach and business insights enrich the blog, making it a go-to source for readers seeking thoughtful and informed content.

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