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The Port of Villefranche Darse is an ensemble of an exceptionally historic character. It is located at the bottom of the bay of Villefranche, in the western part of the Citadel and is sheltered from all winds. Fortified in the 14th century, the natural port of Darse was completed in the 18th century with the towers Lazaretto, Cords and Radoub basin allowing yachts to park on dry dock and facilitates the delicate work in the traditional units. Declared a historical monument in 1990, the port has preserved the legacy of its history. Covering an area of 6.5 hectares, including 3.4 hectares of water, 800 linear meters of quays and 540 linear meters of pontoons, the port of Villefranche Darse carries out two major activities: boating and ship repairing. Here, the accommodation is always assured for sailing boats up to 35 meters long. The Port Villefranche Darse entices skippers looking for a picturesque, friendly and well protected place to moor.
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Boat assistance for mooring
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Herbs and lavander faded aroma fills your nostrils as you approach the clear, blue waters of one of the most exquisite holiday destinations, The French Riviera. Here, under the pine shaded beaches, visitors nourish in the typical mediteranean climate with warm, dry, sun-soaked summers and gentle winters.
In the late XVIII-th century, the area of France’s mediteranean seashore became a fashionable spa resort for the brittish elite, as well as celebrities such as Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, the Rothschild family, as well as artists and writers such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Edith Wharton, Somerset Maugham or Aldous Huxley. It is said that before that, it was mostly a poor region of France, known for its fishermen small ports, olive plantations and flower cultures, that would be used for the fabrication of perfume.
The region’s name would later come from writer Stepher Ligeard,born in the french region “C&oc... more info
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