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Nice, often referred to as the Queen of the Riviera, is located in the Côte d'Azur region on the southern coast of France. The city is located roughly 20 miles from France's border with Italy. The Port of Nice is in the heart of Nice, and the city is a perfect place to start a tour of the French Riviera. Bring your yacht or simply take a walk along the marina and dream. Either way, start your tour of the Riviera by searching for hotels in Nice Marina, Nice.

What's Nice Marina, Nice Like

The Port of Nice is a big-city marina that can accommodate every type of vessel up to megayachts. The marina area offers everything boaters may need during their stop in Nice, including dry docks, port assistance and a range of other nautical and customer services. If boating isn't your thing, there is still plenty to see and do just a short distance from the marina area. Choose a place to stay near the Promenade des Anglais, which stretches along the coast. Amble along the walkway on the Promenade's sea side or visit the many restaurants and cafes that dot the land side. Shop the many stalls at The Cour Saleya and hit the cafes for coffee and croissants in the morning or drinks late at night. If you prefer to explore Nice indoors, hit The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art or the Matisse museum, which features Matisse's works from the 1890's to the early 1950's. Nice is also within driving distance to other popular locations, such as Cannes, Villefranche-sur-Mer and Antibes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nice Marina, Nice

When staying in the Nice Marina area, it's good to be aware of the local customs - one being topless bathing. Many of the beaches do allow sunbathers to go topless. One expectation in France is that you speak at a normal, quiet volume in public places. Lower your voice when in museums, churches, restaurants, the metro and theaters. When you meet someone for the first time in France, it is common to shake hands. After that, though, a kiss is common; usually an air kiss on the cheek. When enjoying a glass of wine in a restaurant or café, don't be offended when the server only fills your glass halfway. The French consider it bad manners to fill a glass to the top. It's also best to try speaking French as much as you can. Start planning your trip to the French Riviera by searching hotels in Nice Marina, Nice on today.

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