Visiting Antibes Juan-les-Pins can be a relaxing or stimulating experience; there is ancient history as well as all the amenities of a modern town. Explore with the family, friends, the one you love, or on your own. Here are some ideas for interesting walks.

Antibes Juan-les-Pins is a Meditteranean town with 25 kilometres of coastline containing creeks, escarpments, rocky areas, and fine sandy and pebble beaches.

Many watersports are available at the various beaches: waterskiing, parascending, diving and all kinds of fishing.

There are many yachting harbours for keen sailors.

  • Port Vauban: The largest yachting harbour in Europe, with more than 2,000 moorings, can accommodate craft of more than 50 metres.
  • Port Galice: 542 moorings
  • Port de la Salis: 233 moorings
  • Port du Crouton: 390 moorings
  • Port de l'Olivette: Situated in the sheltered cove of the same name, this is a harbour for sailors and their wooden fishing boats who enjoy the old marine, provencal traditions.
  • The Old Antibes and the ramparts.
  • The Château Grimaldi and Musée Picasso.
  • Place Mariejol, Antibes, 04 92 90 54 20,
  • From June 1st to September 30th: open every day from 10 am to 6 pm except Mondays and Holidays,
  • From October 1st to May 31st: open everyday from 10 am to 12 am and 2 pm to 6 pm except Monday and Holidays.

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