The 10 Best Foods and Drinks in South France

Rum & Biscuits

While it’s easy to think of Nice as France’s second city, the town is actually just fifth largest in the country, with a population roughly the size of Anaheim.

But the proclaimed capital of the Cote d’Azur feels like a bigger city, even with its tiny, personal pockets that feel created just for you.  Those pockets make it easy to stay put and navigate the nooks and crannies of Jean-Médecin or Old Nice, while its true size and location encourage you to venture further along the bright blue shores, either North or South to still more extravagant towns and experiences.

In our six days in South France, I’d like to think we did both proficiently.  From our base just off of Avenue de Verdun/Felix Faure, two blocks from the Promenade des Anglais, we enjoyed day trips to Cannes, Antibes, St. Tropez and Monaco, while squeezing in two full days in…

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