Nice Beaches: Sun and Splendour

Going for a tour anywhere is a lot of fun. Vacation is that time when we finally get to be free from the yoke of incessant work and get to ‘stretch ourselves’- both figuratively and literally. We remember those days from school when we used to relentlessly yearn for holidays to arrive so that we could get busy packing our bags off for an exciting summer on the sunny beaches. Beaches are a huge attraction for tourists from all over the world; especially if it is located somewhere like the Southern French town of Nice. Indeed, the city of Nice, the entire Riviera in fact; is a huge shining gem on the map of Global tourism. Nice, Savoy, and Corsica – the names paint splendid pictures of colour, festivity and sunny days in our imagination. One can easily find an apartment to rent in Nice and stay there for two weeks in a row; exploring, hitchhiking and just soaking it up in general. It has some of the most fantastic beaches ever beheld by the human eyes; such as the Palombaggia Beach, the Mariner’s Beach, the Grande Beach and many more. A sneak peek is provided by this list below:

Valras Beach: This is situated near the Beizers area and it is one of the biggest ones in Nice by far. The pebbly sand, the seafood restaurants-cum-bar, and not least of all, a well-equipped amusement park; all of them are huge attractions to tourists of every hue and kind.

Grande Beach: The Grande beach is situated near the commune of Saint-Jean de Luz. Its closeness to the border of France and Spain makes it extremely attractive to tourists from all over the world; especially, due to the huge droves of Spanish tourists who visit it every day during holidays. Three great sea-walls exist to protect the beach on its three sides; which make it a very calm and composed place to swim and surf in.

Mariners Beach: If you’re dazed and overwhelmed by a spate of over-active beaches on the Riviera, then the Mariner’s Beach is where you’ll discover an oasis of calm and quiet. Situated in the quaint, peaceful and tranquil town of Villefranche-sur-Mer, it is one of the most popular destinations for diving, snorkelling, surfing and a host of similar other activities; with a set of Life Guards forever standing in vigilance on the beach; on a 24*7 hour basis.

Paloma Beach: Although, more than half of this place is reserved for use by the wealthy and the famous, a small portion of it is marked off for the general public to use and sun themselves up to the hilt, in. This warm, sun-kissed beach is famous for being half-sandy and half-pebbly (one could say that it provides the best of both worlds), and it is always possible to hire a sun bed to enhance their experience by manifold. Sometimes, it’s also possible to catch a glimpse of a popular celebrity on the beach, catching a much-needed break.

Argeles North: If you happen to be a lover of nature, then the North of Argeles is the place to be in. The turquoise (sea-green) shade of the sea, the overwhelming and distant view of the peaks of taller ranges of the Pyrenees can stir the hearts of even the most un-romantic people. The cherry on the cake is the grasslands on the rear end.

The Gruissan Beach: This is placed right at the heart of the town of Gruissan. It strikes a balance between the lively urban and the serenely rural. It has a casino on which the town’s nightlife is centred.

Palombaggia Beach: This Island lies to the south of Corsica. It presents an extremely breath-taking view before you; even the most articulate of people would be forced to struggle while searching for adjectives to define it in an adequate manner. The place is split into a total of three coves and is made from fine sand and azure blue water.

So, once you’ve read this list featuring all the marvels of Nice, you should definitely pack your bags without further delay. As I’d said before, you can choose a hotel or a holiday rental apartment based on your tastes. However, a note of caution: Choose a holiday rental apartment in Nice only if a browsing on their internet site reveal trustworthy pictures.