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Be immersed in the unique climate and sublime style of the French Riviera. Whether venturesome or laissez faire, the Cap d’Antibes has something sure to amaze. Steeped in history, the streets of Antibes and Juan-les-Pins entice with chic eateries and nightclubs, charming storefronts, and open-air markets filled with a bounty of epicurean and artisanal delights. Nature abounds with the crystal-clear water of the Mediterranean, as well as the stone pine trees that dot the landscape.

Nearest Airport

Nice Cote d'Azur (IATA: NCE, ICAO: LFMN) 8.08 mi/13km, 30 minutes Airport Address: Rue Costes et Bellonte 06206 Nice, France

Hotel Address

5 Avenue Saramartel, Antibes

France 06160

Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Côté Plongée, Antibes Dive Centre

    Côté Plongée, Antibes Dive Centre

    Open since 2000, the professional dive team offers guided snorkeling and scuba diving, including equipement and training. The staff speak French, English, and Chinese fluently.

  • Jardin De La Pinède

    Jardin de La Pinède

    Jardin de La Pinède is a pine grove located at the heart of Juan-les-Pins. Located right by the sea, the park includes a merry-go-round, a sculpture by Sosno, and benches.

  • Musée De La Mer - Fort Royal Of St Marguerite Island

    Musée de la Mer - Fort Royal of St Marguerite Island

    Located on Ile St. Marguerite (Saint Margaret Island), The Fort Royal of St. Marguerite, now renamed the Musée de la Mer (Museum of the Sea), houses archaeological discoveries from shipwrecks off the coast of the island, including Roman and Saracen ceramics, as well as the cell of the mysterious "Man with the Iron Mask."

  • The Museé Picasso Antibes

    The Museé Picasso Antibes

    The Picasso Museum in Antibes is housed in Grimaldi Castle, which was inhabited by the artist during 1946. The museum features works he created from that time.

  • The Pam-Pam

    The Pam-Pam

    The Pam-Pam originally opened in 1927 as the brain child of an expat American, featuring cocktails and a Brazilian dance show. This Antibes bar and restaurant continues to be a huge draw for those seeking a vibrant nightclub scene.

  • Villa Thuret

    Villa Thuret

    Opened in 1857, this botanical garden created by algologist Gustave Thuret houses exotic trees and plants and offers guided tours.