Antibes Old Town

The best way to discover Antibes and appreciate its atmosphere is a stroll through the Old Town and its narrow streets. You will find a large number of shops, cafés and markets as well. The Old Town might give a first impression of a labyrinth or a maze. Try to enjoy your walk through its […]

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Jazz Festival in Juan les Pins (Jazz à Juan)

The Jazz à Juan takes place every summer in the neighbouring town of Antibes, Juan les Pins. If you happen to visit Antibes during July, take some time and enjoy the jazz sounds while admiring the beautiful coast of the French Riviera. The festival is held on the seaside of the town, in La Petite […]

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Port Vauban

Antibes is very well known for its yachts and there is a reason for that. The city is home to Port Vauban, the largest marina in Europe. The port is worldwide known for its ‘’billionaires’ quay’’ aimed to accommodate the largest yachts in the world. The construction of this marina cost nearly 35 million euros […]

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Chapel of Saint-Bernardin d’Antibes

San Bernardin Chapel, or, as it’s known by locals, the chapel of the White Penitents, is a religious building in the centre of Antibes. It’s dedicated to a Tuscan Franciscan, Saint Bernardin of Siena, a preacher who travelled through Italy. The exterior of this Roman Catholic church is in Gothic style architecture and is composed of […]

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Jardin Botanique de la Villa Thuret

The Jardin Botanique offers a wide collection of exotic species in a beautiful botanic garden located in Antibes. The Villa also serves as a laboratory for the research and introduction of exotic plant species as it is also managed by the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment. It was Gustave Thuret, a […]

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Public beaches in Antibes

Situated at the end of a long sweep of the Bay of Angels, the city of Antibes is in the perfect position to offer some of the best beaches in the region for its locals and visitors as well. Its location sets a line to the pebbled beaches or else the beaches with stones and […]

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The Salon d’Antibes

The Salon d’Antibes is one of the most important antique fairs in France and a major art event in Europe for collectors and lovers of Antiquities and modern art. This fair has been a meeting place for collectors for more than 40 years where hundreds of exhibitors have attended and participated. Some works include contemporary […]

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Promenade Amiral-de Grasse

A walk along the Promenade Amiral-de Grasse is a great way to enjoy the Mediterranean climate on the French Riviera. The walk follows the ramparts of the city which were built back in 1603 to protect the city from invaders. Most of the ramparts have remained unharmed since the 17th century and you can walk […]

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Le Nomade

If you are an admirer of contemporary art then you will find this monument rather interesting. It can be found on the top terrace of the Bastion Saint-Jaume towards the direction of the port. You even can enter inside the sculpture which is over ten metres high. This monument is made up of a lace […]

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PEYNET and Humorous Drawing Museum

In the centre of the old town in Antibes lies a small museum which transports you back in time. It traces the life of the talented designer Raymond Peynet. It was in 1976 when Raymond Peynet decided to settle in Antibes. He practised his art during events in Antibes such as the Bridge festivals, the […]

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