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Why rent in the Antibes area ?
Located between Nice and Cannes, the seaside resort of Antibes is known for its mega-yachts and its maze of narrow cobbled streets surrounded by 16th century ramparts. The region is one of Europe’s leading centers for industrial flower production, but it is also one of the must-see spots on the legendary Côte d’Azur. Thus, the charming town of Antibes has stolen the hearts of many artists and writers, including Scott Fitzgerald, Charlie Chaplin, Marlene Dietrich or Picasso.
The second largest city on the French Riviera has a population of 80,000 and attracts thousands of tourists and tourists every year. Port Vauban is the largest marina in Europe with more than 1600 boats. Its proximity to the dynamic Sophia Antipolis technology park makes it a prime location for business tourism.
Visitors will be able to wander through the narrow streets of the old town and observe the typical cobbled streets, small shops, galleries, restaurants and charming cafés.
Passing through the arcade of the port, one can discover one of the best markets of the French Riviera; the Provençal market located in Cours Masséna.
A stunning collection of hats line the walls of the cave-shaped absinthe bar, which nestles on a street corner near the covered market. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the place morphs into a pianobar where you can sing along with jazz favourites while sipping the once forbidden liquor.
Rising above the water, overlooking the old town, art lovers will not be able to overlook the picturesque Grimaldi Castle which houses the Picasso Museum.
In 1946, the painter redesigned the castle as his personal art studio, leaving a total of 23 paintings and 44 drawings behind him. Today, the castle is the first art museum dedicated to the artist, housing 245 of Picasso’s paintings and sculptures.
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Places not to be missed!
For a 360-degree view of Antibes, you can visit the Fort Carré. It was built in the 2nd half of the 16th century for defense purposes, but later it was used as a prison (Napoleon Bonaparte was detained there). It is the ideal place to discover an exciting history and enjoy the fantastic view of the port’s landscapes.
Antibes is also famous for its annual boat show which takes place every spring and for its Voiles d’Antibes, the largest regatta in the world for vintage teak and brass sailing boats.
For hiking enthusiasts, they can take the “Chemin des Douaniers”, also known as the “Sentier de Tire-Poil” which leads to the tip of Cap d’Antibes and the Villa Eilenroc.
Art lovers should not overlook the picturesque Grimaldi castle which houses the Picasso museum
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