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Antibes is a city and seaside resort located between Cannes and Nice, on the French Riviera. It is known for its old town surrounded by 16th century ramparts which house the Picasso museum. This overlooks the luxury yachts moored at the Vauban marina. A wooded peninsula dotted with sumptuous villas, the Cap d'Antibes separates Antibes from Juan-les-Pins, a chic seaside resort with lively nightlife and hosting the Jazz à Juan music festival.
Covering 26 hectares, the Marineland park located in Antibes consists of a marine zoological park including a dolphinarium and several aquariums, a water park (Aquasplash), a children's play park (Kid's Island), a '' a mini golf course (Golf Adventure). The dolphinarium is one of four existing in France and one of two to present orcas in Europe.
Located in the heart of the French Riviera between Nice and Cannes, five minutes from the Mediterranean, Biot harbors incredible treasures. Shaded alleys, picturesque arches, flowery walks and stone buildings define the authentic character of Biot. Biot is a little paradise in the art of living. Many restaurants offer the colors and flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. The café terraces are all invitations to relaxation and conviviality.
Cannes, a seaside town on the French Riviera, is famous for its international film festival. La Croisette, a boulevard that runs along the coast, is bordered by sandy beaches, luxury boutiques and palaces. This boulevard also houses the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, a modern building with its red carpet.
Located between the sea and the mountains, the economic and cultural capital of the French Riviera, Nice benefits from important natural assets. Nice is also endowed with certain important cultural facilities. It therefore has many museums (it is even the city with the most in France, after Paris), a national theater, an opera, a library with a regional vocation, a conservatory with regional influence and concert halls .
Monaco is a small independent city-state on the French Mediterranean coast known for its high-end casinos, its marina filled with yachts and its prestigious Formula 1 Grand Prix which takes place in the streets of Monaco once a year. Monte-Carlo, its main district, is home to elegant Belle Époque casinos and the Salle Garnier, the opera house. It also has many luxury hotels, boutiques, nightclubs and restaurants.
Known all over the world, the beaches of the Alpes-Maritimes are among the most beautiful on our coast. Whether they are of sand or pebbles you can have access to it for a short swim, a simple stroll or to simply enjoy the panorama. The beaches of this coastal strip stretch over 50 km, at the foot of palaces with Belle Époque architecture and large cities, or in the heart of typical Mediterranean vegetation.
Les Îles de Lérins
The Lérins Islands will offer you an exotic getaway during your holidays on the French Riviera. A veritable green setting, Ile Sainte Marguerite has magnificent coves by the sea. Walk in the woods, picnic or swim in clear waters, you will spend an unforgettable day. For history lovers, Fort Royal houses the Museum of the Sea where you can visit the Iron Mask cell and one of the oldest European monasteries where twenty monks live year-round according to the rule of St-Benoit . Boarding in Antibes!
LACS et montagnes
For nature lovers, discover the sumptuous reliefs and lakes of the Alpes Maritimes and Var. An hour's drive from Antibes to enjoy breathtaking landscapes that amaze parents and children.
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Land of exception and emotion, the French Riviera owes a large part of its success to its exceptional diversity and richness: a unique identity contrasted between sea and mountains; unspoiled natural landscapes ranging from the Mediterranean coast to the Southern Alps; an extraordinary cultural heritage which embraces a large part of the history of humanity which has attracted visitors from all over the world for more than a century and a half.