Essentials

  • The french riviera

    A destination you don't want to miss!

    The Cote D’Azur, renowned for its Mediterranean climate and beaches of fine sand and pebbles, is one of the most visited destinations in the world.

    To guide you around the region for a greater enjoyment of your stay, we have compiled the essentials guide bringing together famous museums, sites and remarkable monuments, as well as famous routes that have marked the history of this region.


OUT AND ABOUT AROUND ANTIBES

    • The old city

      Living testimony of its times, the old city and its walls remind us each day of its rich past whose authenticity is an undeniable asset nowadays.

       

       

    • Old port of Antibes (Vauban):

      Mixing old charm with modern times, the old port of Antibes hosts some of the most luxurious yachts in the world at its docks. You can access the port at certain times from the top of the city walls and at the Bastion St Jaume which is overlooked by the “Nomade” of Jaume Plensa.

    • The Nice Carnival
      The leading event on the Cote D’Azur in winter, one of the leading Carnivals in the world that offers a program of unforgettable shows ...Not to be missed...
    • Marché Provençal d'Antibes
      Ideally located in the heart of the city of Antibes, in a warm and festive environment, the marché provencal offers every morning fresh and local produces.
    • Oceanographic museum of Monaco

      Entirely dedicated to the oceans, the oceanographic institute pursues the objective of Prince Albert 1st to “discover, love and protect the oceans” by acting as a mediator between the scientific community, the economic and political decision makers and the general public in order to promote the protection and long term management of our oceans.

    • Marineland
      Marineland is a marine theme park and a dolphinarium funded in 1970 in Antibes just off the Mediterranean Sea. The park spreads over 25 hectares and will allow you to experience unforgettable moments thanks to the various shows and animations that it offers.
    • La Route Napoléon
      From the Gulf of Juan (Golfe-Juan), the famous historic route, the route of Napoleon (la route Napoléon), retraces the historic journey of the Emperor returning from the Island of Elba in 1815. The route goes deep into the Grasse region then takes the main road 85 (Nationale 85) across the Alps up to Digne and Grenoble.
    • The Cap d’Antibes

      Le Cap d’Antibes garantit un paysage verdoyant et luxuriant (Jardin Thuret, Villa Eilen Roc etc.) où entre criques et pinèdes se nichent de splendides propriétés.
      You can enjoy numerous walks or bike rides to discover these surroundings, with the infamous “Chemin du Calvaire”. 

    • Marché Provençal d'Antibes

      Ideally located in the heart of the city of Antibes, in a warm and festive environment, the marché provencal offers every morning fresh and local produces.

    • Picasso Museum

      The Picasso Museum of Antibes and its exceptional collections.
      The Picasso Museum is a true artistic vault combining 245 masterpieces from the artist, as well as paintings from Nicolas de Staël, Fernand Léger and Hans Hartung, carvings by Paul Leuquet and sculptures by Germaine Richier and Joan Miró.
      During the months of July and August, the museum offer s visits at night (les nocturnes).

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