And swimming in the sea; Villefranche is very authentic despite the cruise-crowd:
Some women manage to always look great, even in the heat. Anne M. is one of those. She reps for Jack Rogers (classic Jackie O./Palm Beach) sandals and sells in the Rancho Santa Fe market. Shoot, I cut off her navy and white sandals in this pic; I picked the same ones. Of course I was focusing on the Menton basket and her clothes, but I will do another post on her. Anne is always dressed like this; perfect. Immaculate. I used to go to the markets in skirts and heels, but the other vendors chided me. And after a few years of it you will know why you don't want to wear heels to the farmers market.
Anne is a former professional ballet & modern dancer, as you can see by her excellent posture. She was diagnosed with Celiac disease after an exhaustive search of why she was not feeling better. An Ayurvedic-oriented physician finally told her that she was very sensitive to all the "crap" and metals (essentially) found in most commercial foods. Since going totally organic and fully gluten-free, she feels wonderful. She cooks organic and gluten free for her whole family as well, which is a lot of careful shopping. She's a great example of the difference fully organic can make. btw she went organic many years ago, when the NYC Union Square Greenmarket was just starting. Isn't she cute!
If all else fails, I recommend parasailing in the heat, preferably on the south side of Cap Ferrat as here :) Personally, I have the windows open (we have no a/c) and a gin & tonic in hand; the dogs had a bath and everyone is happy.