The French Riviera

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The French Riviera - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Alziari

    Old Town | Food/Candy

    Tiny Alziari sells olive oil by the gallon in the famous blue and yellow cans with old-fashioned labels. ...Read More

  • 2. Confiserie Florian du Vieux Nice

    Old Town | Food/Candy

    Open every day except Christmas, this spot is a good source for crystallized fruit (a Nice specialty). It's located on the west side of the port. ...Read More

  • 3. Fish Market


    The picturesque little fish market occupies the Place aux Herbes, just past the tourist office, every morning. ...Read More

  • 4. Fish market

    Old Town | Food/Candy

    Seafood of all kinds is sold at the fish market every day (except Monday) 6 am–1 pm. ...Read More

  • 5. L'Atelier Soleil


    At this shop next to the Bastide de Moustiers, second-generation potter Franck Scherer makes custom-made plates for Alain Ducasse's auberges...Read More

  • 6. La Chemise Tropezienne


    You'll turn more than a few heads wearing one of La Chemise Tropezienne's gorgeous beach kaftans or shirts, in all the colors of a Mediterranean...Read More

  • 7. La Promenade des 100 Antiquaires

    Old Town | Antiques & Collectibles

    France's third largest regroupment of antiques collectors forms a triangle from Place Garibaldi to the port (Quai Papacino) and along Rue...Read More

  • 8. La Vieille Mer

    Antiques & Collectibles

    You probably will do more looking than buying here (unless you have a very large suitcase) but the Old Sea's owner, Walter Wolkowicz, will put...Read More

  • 9. Le Dépot


    If you prefer traditional luxe, Le Dépot stocks castoffs by Chanel, Prada, Hermès, Vuitton, Gucci, et al. ...Read More

  • 10. Le Souquet


    Stock up here on local olive oils, local food specialties and cork crafts. ...Read More

  • 11. Mademoiselle

    New Town | Clothing

    You have to hand it to the French: they even do secondhand fashion right. Steps away from the Hôtel Negresco, Mademoiselle has quickly become...Read More

  • 12. Maison Auer

    Old Town | Food/Candy

    Open Tuesday through Saturday, the venerable Henri Auer has been selling crystallized fruit since 1820. ...Read More

  • 13. Old Town


    You can find plenty of eclectic little boutiques and gallery shops in the Old Town, especially along Rue Sade, Rue de la République, and Rue...Read More

  • 14. Oliviera

    Old Town | Food/Candy

    Come here for the best selection of Provençal olive oils in town. Oliviera is run by the passionate Nadim Beyrouti in the Old Town, who also...Read More

  • 15. Place des Lices


    The aorta of the village, this congregational square overflows with produce and regional foods, as well as clothing and brocantes (secondhand...Read More

  • 16. Rondini

    Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    You wear those strappy flip-flops back home, but are they the real sandales Tropeziennes ? Here's your chance to pick up the genuine, handmade...Read More

  • 17. Star Dog Boutique

    New Town | Pet Stores

    For the jet-set pet, Star Dog Boutique has iPawds (a plush toy with FaceBark, DogTube, and Bark Street Journal apps), Doggle sunglasses, and...Read More

  • 18. Maud


    Maud has irresistible summery dresses and casual wear. ...Read More

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