Three days is the minimum time we recommend to fully enjoy our city and take the time to truly everything it has to offer
Begin with a guided tour organised by the Tourist Office to get a good overview of the city. Several themed tours are offered, according to the season: the old town, the painters' trail, a gourmet tour, and much more.
At the end of your tour, head to the Provençal market of Antibes and stroll through this part of the city (ramparts, Rue du St Esprit, Rue du Revely, Rue de l'Horloge, Rue du Bateau, etc.).
Have lunch in the old town.
Visit the Picasso Museum before heading to Gravette beach, or treat yourself in our shopping streets. After enjoying dinner in one of our restaurants, walk along the ramparts, visit the artisans of the Casemates and head out for a drink in one of our pubs ...
Rent a bike.
Head to Fort Carré by riding along the harbour. Visit Fort Carré (booking recommended), then make your way around it via the path. Return to the old town, first paying a visit to the Nomade and admiring the so-called Billionaires' Quay and the view of the Bay of Angels.
Enjoy your lunch in front of the harbour.
Follow the ramparts and head for the beaches of Antibes (Ponteil and Salis). Relax on the beach.
On a weekday, take the Chemin des Sables and visit Thuret Park to discover the wealth of plants and exotic species that thrive in the Mediterranean.
Then, continue onwards to the Garoupe lighthouse (less than one kilometre uphill). Take a break while you admire the panorama and visit the Chapel.
Return to dine in one of the restaurants that look out onto the beaches of Antibes.
Head all the way to the end of Cap d'Antibes, park in the André Sella car park (or take bus no 2 to the Fontaine stop) (Garoupe beach) before setting off on the Tire-poil footpath (guided tour offered by the Tourist Office or map guide available in our offices), beginning from Garoupe beach.
At the end of the Avenue Mrs Beaumont, turn left towards Juan-les-Pins, passing by the "Les Chênes Verts" villa and the Cap-Eden-Roc hotel.
Between 15 June and 15 September, visit the "Espace Mer et Littoral" centre and take part in a kayak or snorkeling sea outing (registration required).
Retracing your steps, pick up the car from the car park and head to Juan-les-Pins. Make your way down to the beaches for a swim, a drink, a dinner, a walk along the sea, a spot of shopping or to discover the Belle Epoque architecture of this district.