During your sailing trip in France, you are swimming in the azure sea.
The ports offer everything from quiet fishing village life and the smell of flowering lavender fields to jet skiing with giant luxury chases.
Sailing in France is one of the best ways to discover the country and spend your vacation.
Sailing in France means sun, azure blue sea sudden cliffs, good food and drink.
A sailing trip in France The Cote de Azur coast is, according to legend, a paradise, with abrupt cliffs, golden sandy beaches, surrounded by azure waters. (Here we have our base.) To be more specific, in Bormes Les Mimosas in the French Cote d’Azur is a sailing route from St Tropez. Other exclusive places are Nice, Cannes and Antibes and the azure sea embraces it. After Nice, there is only one destination, “La Condamine” port l Monaco, Monte Carlo, and then sail to Iles D Hyères, these are the three “golden islands” in front of the Cote d’Azur. With magic places and seductive anchors.
During the summer months the wind is affected mostly by the thermal streams. The strong
sun shinning causes a significant rise of the air mass over the mainland during the day.
A sea wind blows, which in the afternoon can reach up to 3 to 4 Beaufort, coming from a
south-eastern or an eastern direction. The wind disappears at night. The north-western wind,
Mistral, present mostly during the off-season, may sometimes blow really strong.
Departure: Bormes Les Mimosas
Distance: 138 Nautical miles
Day 1: Yacht take over
Day 2: Bormes - St.Tropez (24 nm)
Day 3: St.Tropez - Iles de Lerins - Antibes (33 nm)
Day 4: Antibes - Monaco (16 nm)
Day 5: Monaco - Cannes (24 nm)
Day 6: Cannes - Porquerolles (41 nm)
Day 7: Porquerolles - Port Cros - Bormes (10 nm)
Day 8: Yacht return