Guided tours in Antibes

You can book more than 29 tours, tickets to museums, and skip-the-line passes to the main sights in Antibes.

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Can Antibes really be seen in a single day?

Whether you're spending a day in Antibes for the first time or a frequent visitor, it's important to plan your time wisely so that you can get the most out of your stay. A good place to start is by getting your bearings. You'll want to head to the port, but also check out some of the other points of interest that are near by.


Le Vieux Murs

Located in the heart of Old Antibes, Le Vieil Antibes is a place to stroll at leisure, exploring the streets lined with pastel colored buildings, restaurants and small shops. The ramparts offer magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea.

The city is best visited in the Spring or Fall. Its weather is usually perfect during these months. There are also numerous beaches and a quaint little marina. The city also offers a wide variety of dining options. There are several budget-friendly restaurants and bars.

If you're looking for a relaxing getaway, consider staying at a villa in Les Vieux Murs. This charming 18th-century bastide is surrounded by terraced gardens with mature olive trees. The villa features a fully equipped modern island kitchen and an infinity pool that appears to pour into the olive groves in the distance.

The restaurant has a great wine list and traditional French cuisine. The staff is courteous and prompt. They offer a menu of seafood, truffle salads and French cuisine.

The chef believes that presentation contributes to better tasting food. In addition to a prix fixe menu, they also offer a rainbow-spanning vegetable basket. Guests can also enjoy a delicious latte.

You can also try their jazz bar. The terrace is a great spot for morning coffee or evening drinks.

Another must-see in Antibes is the Marche Provencal. This market is open from 6:00am until 1:00pm. It is one of the best in the South of France, and offers a wide variety of meats and produce. They accept most credit cards, so you won't need to bring cash. It is also a wonderful place to shop for fresh flowers and produce.

Le Nomad

Known as one of the most laid back cities on the French Riviera, Antibes is perfect for a day trip. You can enjoy a stroll through the charming old town, take a tour of the Picasso Museum, and shop for fresh produce at the bustling market. If you are interested in enjoying a little time in the sun, you can head to one of the many beaches.

A popular beach is Port de l'Olivette. This is a sand-shingle beach with plenty of parking. It is also home to colorful fishing boats. The water here is crystal clear and perfect for swimming.

The best way to get around the city is by train. The rail line runs along the southern coastline, making travel easy and fast. The earliest train from Cannes departs at 8 am, and the last train leaves at 10 pm. You can use the Zou pass, which offers cheaper rail travel.

A fun activity to do while in Antibes is to ride the Petit Train d'Antibes. This train runs between the old city and Juan-les-Pins. Stops include 2 Boulevard Baudoin in Juan-les-Pins and Place des Martyrs de la Resistance in the Old Town.

Located on the Cap d'Antibes peninsula, Antibes is a lively city with a wide variety of restaurants. You can find French cuisine as well as local seafood from the nearby port. There are also plenty of budget-friendly dining options.

For more sightseeing, you can visit the Musee Picasso, which is housed in the Chateau Grimaldi. Pablo Picasso lived in this property from 1946 until his death in 1973. This museum presents the life and works of this famous artist, as well as little-known aspects of his work.

Le Sentier du Littoral

Whether you are on a day trip or staying in the area for a week or more, you should take the time to explore the scenic Le Sentier du Littoral. It offers spectacular views of the sea, as well as plenty of opportunities for swimming, picnicking and exploring the rocky coast.

A walk along this coastal trail is one of the most popular things to do in Antibes. The trail runs along the Cap d'Antibes coast for over four kilometers. You will see panoramic views of the Mediterranean and some secluded beaches. The trail is partially paved, but in some places, it is rocky. There are a number of picnic areas and sundecks.

If you are looking for something more active, you can rent a paddleboard and explore the waters. The port of Antibes is a busy one, teeming with fishing boats. The city is also home to a good train system that makes getting around the French Riviera quick and easy.

The Old Town of Antibes is a lovely place to explore. The streets are lined with small shops and restaurants. It's an ideal place to wander at your leisure, or to take a guided tour. The Picasso Museum is also located here, and you can take a free walking tour.

If you're visiting Antibes in the spring or fall, you'll enjoy the best weather. The summer months are hot, but the weather is usually pleasant in the autumn and winter. You'll find the cheapest hotel rates in the fall.

The city is also known for its thriving art scene. There are many galleries and studios, and artists often hold workshops and open their doors on the first Friday of each month.

Bastion Saint-Andre

Located on the Cote d'Azur, Antibes is a small town in Provence. This charming town features picturesque streets and narrow alleys lined with cozy restaurants. Its beautiful beaches are also well worth a visit. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or just a weekend escape, Antibes has something for you.

One of the best things to do in Antibes is to take a walk along the ramparts of the city. This scenic route is a great way to enjoy the views of the sea and the old town. It starts at Plage du Ponteil and continues along the ramparts to Plage de la Gravette.

The Archaeology Museum is located in the Saint-Andre bastion. It contains historical artifacts from Phoenicia, the Romans, and Greeks. The interior of the museum is arranged in two vaulted galleries. Some of the objects in the collection are archaeological finds from the 7th century BC. It is also home to a collection of items produced by Messilietes, the Greek artisans.

There are several museums in the historic town centre. Some of the best include the Antipolis Museum, which offers an overview of the history of the Antipolis, and the Peynet Museum.

The Archaeology Museum has items produced by the Greeks, and Gallo-Roman inscriptions. It is also home to a sculptural installation by Jaume Plensa, known as Le Nomade. The sculpture is shaped like a man, and has been watching over Barcelona since 2010.

The Antibes Museum is another excellent attraction. It has a large paved terrace. It has a collection of historic artifacts and thousands of postcards from all over the world. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday. It also has guided tours.

Plage de la Salis

Located at the northern tip of the Cap d'Antibes, Plage de la Salis is the closest beach to Antibes. This small and relatively uncrowded beach is the perfect place to spend a day in the French Riviera. During the summer season, there are few boats in the bay, and the water is smooth and comfortable. The area is protected by a lifeguard during the season.

A great way to explore the area is by walking along the ramparts. The ramparts are 43 metres high, and offer magnificent views of the surrounding sea and the town of Antibes. The sand is flat, making it a great beach for swimming. You can also rent kayaks and pedal boats, or hire a water sports operator. The water here is also clear, which makes it a great spot for families.

Another popular place to visit is the La Garoupe chapel. The chapel is dedicated to those lost at sea and it has a small bistro. It is easy to access from a hiking trail. It offers a beautiful view of the Antibes bay, and the surrounding mountains.

There are plenty of shops and beach toys for sale at the beach. In addition, the town of Antibes has a good supply of parking. There are many other beaches within five kilometres of Plage de la Salis. There are also a number of envibuses that connect the town of Antibes to its beaches.

The old town of Antibes is a stunningly beautiful place. You can take a stroll through the cobbled streets, which have many independent shops. You can also find markets selling fresh produce. In addition, the town has some of the best eateries in the region.

Excursions and Day Trips in Antibes

Located on the Cap d'Antibes peninsula, Antibes is one of the most popular seaside towns on the French Riviera. The town's picturesque old town is full of charming pastel-colored buildings, narrow cobblestone streets, and restaurants. It's also home to the Musee Renoir, which displays artworks by renowned French artists.


The town is also known for its sandy beaches. The Plage de la Salis, for example, is a popular beach with crystal-clear water and a view of the Old Town. The smaller Port de l'Olivette is also worth a visit, as it is a charming, quiet beach.

There are several private boat charters available for visitors who want to explore the beautiful, tranquil bays in the area. In addition, there are kayaks and pedalos for rent.

The Port de l'Olivette, Fort Carre, and the Petite Plage in Juan les Pins are among the best beaches in the area. The Port de l'Olivette is a picturesque little beach filled with colorful fishing boats. It's also a good place to find some local produce.

Another great destination for day trips is the scenic Lake Saint Cassien. This large lake is surrounded by rolling hills and offers many beaches and coves to explore. It's also cold in the middle, so it's a great place for a picnic.

Aside from the beaches, Antibes is also a great city for shopping. The provencal market is located in the heart of the town, and it's a fun place to browse. You can also visit the Picasso Museum, which showcases the works of renowned artist Pablo Picasso.

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