Since 1999 it has been called Les Voiles de St Tropez. But Dan Houston prefers to call it what it is... La Nioulargue. He also gets the Seahorse vote
The noonday sun blazing onto Pampelonne Beach cuts the light into stark shifts of colour, much like a Hockney painting. There isn’t a cloud in the vaulted blue sky, the pale fine sand is too hot for bare feet, and the sea… it’s a perfect translucent azure blue. That’ll be why they call it the Côte d’Azur then.
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