June is our favourite time for travel in the northern hemisphere: mostly great weather, plenty of daylight and the school holidays haven’t started, yet, which makes everything less crowded and less expensive.
And spending time at the Mediterranean Sea is always a treat. The Côte-d’Azur is no exception: We had a great time as a family and I got to shoot some street photography, too.
I’ll start with a few rather random photos:
Visiting St. Tropez was a bit unusual, because of the Harley Davidson festival that was happening at the time. It actually improved the experience. Bikes and Bikers everywhere!
And now: beautiful Nice. There was no real option to stay in the city itself, so we stayed in a little town a few kilometres to the south. Here are a few impressions of the surroundings there, before we get to the Nice photos themselves:
Nice has this seemingly endless beach and promenade. That’s why I took seemingly endless amounts of photos there.
Then we drove north again, coming through the eastern parts of the Provence before continuing our way through the Alpes.