Antibes in Cote d’Azur

Antibes is a beautiful city in the French Rivera between Nice and Cannes. The sea facing area with cobbled streets, stone buildings and the Picasso museum makes it an interesting place to visit.

The traditional markets in the old town is extremely attractive and it is so easy to get carried away when wandering the narrow winding streets with cute houses, shops , café and bars. You could easily spend your day exploring the area and its easy to find a nice place to eat given the wide selection of restaurants here. Each and every corner of the old town provides brilliant photo opportunities worth capturing.

Visit the Picasso museum if you are interested in artwork and sculpture. The museum is located in the Palace of Grimaldi with spectacular views of the Mediterranean all around. There are lots of photographs of Picasso here giving a great insight to his life. I am not an art lover but still found  this museum interesting and well worth a visit.

You could also take a stroll at the beach in Antibes. Walking along the seafront and looking at the luxurious yachts was a favourite passtime while I was here.

There is so much to do in this beautiful little french old town. There’s  something for everyone here – very family oriented but also some nightlife. I highly recommend a visit to this wonderful town. It’s a beautiful place with excellent transport facilities to the bigger more popular resorts of Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo making it an ideal location to stay in south of France.


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