There are more than 20 golf courses in this area, but they are so beautiful, you’ll find it hard to concentrate on your game. Well, that’s one excuse anyway!
Riviera & Provence
Sports and Activities in The Riviera and Provence
There are plenty of places for trekking on horseback, but the best is Camargue with its wild beauty and wealth of plants and animals. You can find an equestrian centre situated in Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.
You’ll find plenty of ways to while a day by the lake – swimming, fishing, sailboarding or canoeing, walking or just taking in the beautiful countryside
This a great place to spend a day in, on or under the water. There are several WWII shipwrecks to explore and plenty of places to hire water sports equipment. When the sun goes down, the town transforms from sporty to chic, so grab a cocktail and join the party.
Don’t forget to pack your boots! There are thousands of kilometres of beautiful walks and hikes to enjoy in Provence.
Who can resist the inviting clear blue waters of the Mediterranean? All along the Côte d’Azur there are plenty of centres offering equipment and instruction for sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, sea kayaking and deep sea diving.