Nice, the largest town on the Cote d'Azur, is accessible to all pockets and is lined with hotels from 2 to 5 stars. It is much cheaper to stay in Nice and to start exploring other famous cities on the coast, so it is recommended as a starting point for visiting other objectives. Nice has a huge promenade called the "Promenade des Anglais". It is an 8 lane boulevard with a long 5 km, on the beach, which is bordered by a huge sidewalk for walking, skaters, skaters and cyclists. The beach does not have too much sand. Avenue is full of palm trees, gardens and terraces, and high rated hotels. The best known and most spectacular of these.... is the Hotel Negresco, built early last century Roman architect Henri Negresco. "Promenade des Anglais" as the name suggests comes from the English aristocracy who rise in the past a bridge along the beach to have direct access to the sea from their homes. The whole coast was an inspiration to famous artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Cezanne, Renoir and many of their works are in museums and galleries here. I saw Colline du Chateau (a park located on a hill with a gorgeous waterfall), Phoenix Park and the Asian Art Museum, Cimiez monastery, Matisse museum, the Russian Church, Park Carol of Romania and about all you can see in Nice. Nice beach is clean and made of large rocks about 15-20cm.Many settlements on the coast, besides numerous festivals and concerts hosted, are impressing with their architecture and spectacular landscapes. The known places on the coast are: Menton, Nice, Principality of Monaco, Cannes, Antibes, St Tropez, Cap D'Antibes...... there are also the villages of Provence, close to the coast: Provence and the Cote d'Azur are two regions close: Eze and St. Paul de Vence, Gourdon, Tourrettes sur Loup acids, which are great....they are so stylish that you will not regret that you have chosen to visit! In Cannes you may visit the Picasso museum, the town is charming, walk on Croisette Festival Palace admire famous hotels, Carlton, Martinez hosted the gorgeous palaces, make some pictures on the red carpet. Visit the old Cannes located on a cliff top that provides breathtaking views of the promenade and the islands that lie in front of the city of St. Margaret and St. Honorat harbor cruises... then you must see the famous Saint Tropez....warm and welcoming with luxurious cars ....otherwise a quiet town and then looking at the harbor to find a cool restaurant to have dinner and to enjoy a warm and blessing view of the sea.