After Milan, we drove to the coastal resort town of Sanremo to stay the night. It was a gorgeous town, and we had a beautiful view, especially at night.
The next morning, we took an easy one hour train ride from Sanremo to Nice. Our first stop on the stunning Côte D’Azur. Nice was beautiful, albeit crowded and touristy. We relaxed on the beach and listened to the waves crashing on the rocks, which was so unique and pleasent.
After Nice, we headed inland a little to the town Grasse, perfume capital of the world. We visited a history museum and toured the oldest perfume factory in the town (I think there are at least 5 in this little town).
We headed to Castellane after Grasse and stayed the night on a campsite in an Adventure Tent. It was so quiet and peaceful.
From Castellane we drove to Antibes. This was our favorite town in France. We stayed with an older lady Chantal, who not only made us breakfast each day consisting of homemade bread, homemade yogurt, homemade peach preserves, with porridge and honey, but hiked with us on the Sentier Littoral, and shared so much of her knowledge of the world from her own travels in life.