Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes département of France.
Menton is the "The Lemon Festival Capital of the World", located very close to the border of France and Italy and in many ways is more Italian than French. It has its own microclimate, generally milder than the rest of the French Riviera, and became in the late Nineteenth Century a place where Northern Europeans with TB came to either regain their health or to die.
Villefranche-sur-Mer is a small beach resort and residential town (popn 30,000) on the French Riviera. The deep water harbour is home to Mediterranean cruise boats, whose tenders routinely disgorge several thousand passengers on organised trips to nearby Eze Village and Monaco.
thumb|NiceNice (pronounced like the English word "niece") is a large city in France on the French Riviera. It's a popular destination for vacationers both young and old, with something to offer nearly everyone.
Cagnes-sur-Mer is a city in Alpes-Maritimes regino of southern France.
Seborga is a small town of 320 people in northwest Italy, near the French border. While it is a part of Italy, it is notable for having voted to become the independent Principality of Seborga, ruled by a "prince" who was known locally as Sua Tremendità ('His Tremendousness') until his death in 2009.
Antibes is a city in the French Riviera. The Cap d'Antibes is the break between the Bay of Cannes to the south-west and the Baie des Anges to the north east.
Between the towns of Valbonne and Biot lies the Sophia Antipolis technology park, the French Riviera's answer to California's Silicon Valley, which employs many expatriates. As a result both these towns and (others nearby such as Mougins and Opio) tend to have a large proportion of foreigners all the year round.
Once a small fishing village on the French Riviera, Cannes is now a glamorous and expensive seaside town considered to be one of the social hubs of Europe.
Grasse is a commune in Provence, France. It is known worldwide for its traditional perfume industry.
Annot is a village in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Annot is nestled 750m up in the valley of the Vaïre between the Mercantour National Park and the Gorges du Verdon.
Albenga is a town in Liguria, it as ancient town with a well preserved historical centre and a seaside resort.
Finale Ligure is a town in Liguria of about 12,000 inhabitants. Finale Ligure consists of three formerly independent towns: Finalmarina (Finale Marina) close to the sea, Finalpia (Finale Pia) also on the sea and finally Final Borgo (Finalborgo) slightly inland.
Barolo is a small town in the Piedmont region of north west Italy. It is part of the larger Langhe wine growing region.
Langhe is a hilly region in the Cuneo province of Piedmont in Italy. It is home to a number of world famous wine producing regions, including Barolo and Barbaresco.
Alba is a town in the province of Cuneo in Piedmont, Italy, with a population of 30,000.
The Queyras Regional Natural Park is in the Hautes-Alpes part of France.
Savona is a coastal city in Liguria, Northwest Italy, the capital of the Province of Savona. It is the third largest city in Liguria, after Genoa and La Spezia.
Moncalieri is a small town perched around a hill south east of Turin in Piedmont.
Turin (Italian: Torino, Piedmontese: Turin), a large city of about one million inhabitants, is set in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, a one-hour drive from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea. It's famous for being the home of Italy's royal family.
Asti is the capital of the province of Asti, one of most important wine areas in Italy, and lends its name to some illustrious wines, such as Moscato d'Asti.
Porquerolles (aka Île de Porquerolles), is an island in the Îles d'Hyères archipelago in Var.
Serre-Chevalier is the name of a massive French ski-resort. It is situated in the Hautes-Alpes near the Italian border.
Toulon is a medium-sized city (15th town of France) between Marseille and Nice. It is in the west of French Riviera and in the southeast of Provence.
Genoa (Italian: Genova, Ligurian: Zena) is a historic port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Liguria region. As a tourist attraction, is often overshadowed by cities such as Rome or Venice, even though it has a long history as a rich and powerful trade centre.
Oze is a village in Hautes-Alpes with some 50 inhabitants. Usually this grows to some 100 inhabitants in the summer when families visit their roots.
Portofino is a small fishing village in the Liguria region of Italy, situated on the Ligurian Sea. It is a popular yachting destination.
Aix-en-Provence is a city in Provence, a region in the south of France.