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Highlights in Golfe-Juan
- La Plage du Soleil
- Le Château de Vallauris
- Les Îles de Lérins
- Le Parc du Paradou
- Submarine diving
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Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Golfe-Juan
Golfe-Juan and the municipality of Vallauris are full of superb holiday rentals ready to welcome as it should be the many visitors wishing to discover this superb part of the Mediterranean coast. There are rentals for rent in the village of Golfe-Juan, very close to the beach and the port, of course, but also on the wooded slopes leading to Vallauris, and especially on the Bernis plateau, where the panorama is exceptional. Staying inside the old town of Vallaurienne is also an interesting option for lovers of small authentic Provençal villages.Luxury rentals on the French Riviera
The considerable number of holiday rentals available around Golfe-Juan and their variety means that everyone will find something for everyone. The most popular rentals are those that include a garden, a swimming pool, and a terrace that can accommodate all family or friends, in order to enjoy the Mediterranean climate and scents! Whatever their size or standing, rentals usually have a balcony and a beautiful view of the sea. Many options are possible, such as air conditioning, parking, or the possibility of bringing your pet!
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Location and orientation
Nestled between the large urban area of Cannes and Juan-les-Pins, the small seaside resort of Golfe-Juan is a prime destination for visitors wishing to spend a weekend or a few days on the Côte d'Azur. With its two large beaches on either side of the marina and mild climate all year round, Golfe-Juan attracts holidaymakers looking for relaxation, swimming and a variety of water activities. Another interesting point, the beautiful Lérins islands are 30 minutes by boat!An experience between land and sea
Golfe-Juan is in fact a locality that depends on the municipality of Vallauris. This one presents a captivating history and traditions. First of all, let's mention pottery, and art in general. The village has many traditional workshops and art galleries. Picasso fell in love with local craftsmen and their know-how, and his memory remains engraved in one of the 3 museums of the town. The old centre of Vallauris is really worth a look, with its narrow streets where the pastel-coloured facades line up, around the Place de l'Homme au Mouton, in the shade of the beautiful Sainte-Anne church.
Travellers and Activities
Looking for a romantic weekend for two on the French Riviera? Golfe-Juan has a great chance of winning the bid, with the beauty of its landscapes and all the distractions it offers! In the morning, you can swim quietly on the well named Plage du Soleil and take a boat to Île Sainte-Marguerite and its dream scenery. The local hinterland, between the Gulf of Juan and Vallauris, is certainly no less beautiful, with its slopes where small roads lined with stone walls and flowers wind along the wooded hills. The seductive commune of the Alpes-Maritimes is a romantic and artistic place where it is pleasant to stroll around, from shops to galleries, and enjoy a candlelit dinner in the warmth of Provençal eveningsGolfe-Juan for sports fans
The sports offer in Golfe-Juan is impressive, and sports enthusiasts will be delighted! On the sea side, all the expected water activities are there: wake-boarding, water skiing, parachuting, windsurfing, diving, etc. All the good addresses can be found on the Old Port, or directly on the beach. Back on land, the choice of sports offered in the town is more than enough with tennis, cycling, walking, but also petanque, the emblematic game of the region!
On March 1, 1815, Napoleon landed at Golfe-Juan after escaping from Elba Island. This is where the famous "100 days" that marks the Emperor's return to France begin.
Top 5 things to do in Golfe-Juan
This small beach adjoins the old port and the Golfe-Juan tourist office. Several private beach-goers allow you to sit comfortably on a mattress or deckchair sheltered by a parasol.2. Visit the Castle of Vallauris
This former priory located in the heart of Vallauris now houses 3 museums: the Picasso National Museum "War and Peace", the Ceramics Museum, and the Magnelli Museum, named after the Florentine painter Alberto Magnelli. The monumental work "War and Peace" was painted by Picasso on the vaults of the chapel in 1950.3. An escapade on the Lérins islands
Located just opposite Cap de la Croisette, which separates Cannes and Vallauris, the Lérins Islands are accessible by boat from the port of Golfe-Juan. Saint-Marguerite, the largest of the islands, is a magnificent natural site that houses an old fort transformed into a museum.4.
From the Paradou Park, you have a superb view of the Mediterranean Sea and the Golfe-Juan marina. Located on the slopes of a massif that borders the departmental road 6077 to the west of the seaside resort, it is the perfect place to go for a walk, in the middle of pines and eucalyptus trees5. Do a dive trip
Want to learn about scuba diving and explore the aquatic fauna and flora of the Gulf of Juan or the Lérins Islands? The seaside resort is home to a high-level diving club, approved by P.A.D.I., which is located opposite the port.