Most popular Villas in Antibes
Highlights in Antibes
- Fantastic market
- Lovely beaches
- Luxury and glamour
- Exquisite French cuisine
- Coastal and beautiful hikes
Most popular amenities for Villas in Antibes
Villas in Antibes
As part of the French Riviera, Antibes has become a very popular tourist destination. This town oozes luxury and glamour with splendid yachts moored at the marina. Find your exclusive villa in the outskirts of Antibes or in Juan-les-pins. The forested area of Cap d’Antibes is dotted with magnificent villas and exclusive properties in a very chic atmosphere. Some villas are in residential areas and close to the Botanical Garden of Villa Thuret.Fantastic and exclusive villas
Close to magnificent beaches and the exclusive marina, the villas in Antibes offer upscale accommodation for families and groups in fully equipped properties. Enjoy private gardens and swimming pools, large outdoor dining areas, cosy rooms and open plan kitchens. The bright colours and the exquisite decoration provide the villas a very chic touch and a unique sense of warming welcome. Are you travelling with your furry little friend? Most villas are pet friendly, so they can also enjoy a luxury stay in Antibes.
Travellers and activities
A chic atmosphere, luxury yachts and an upscale market destination are the main features to describe Antibes. Offering the best of everything, Antibes is home to fortifications, winding streets, lovely beaches and a great market. The upscale boutiques line the streets of the impressive Old town and after a hard day of retail therapy, nothing better than a fine dining at some of the best restaurants in town, with renowned chefs in charge of exquisite menus. A beach day can also be upgraded at Antibes Royal Beach Club. Deckchairs and umbrellas, your favourite cocktails and the music playing in the background will be the perfect ingredients to enjoy a fantastic day under the sun. When the night arrives, you can hit the best nightclubs, try your luck at the casino or enjoy the exclusive entertainment offer. Don’t wait any longer and choose Antibes as your next chic destination.Antibes for beach lovers
The beaches in the French Riviera are popular for its azure waters and pretty stretches of sand. There are many coves, both private and public, where holidaymakers flock to looking for a spot to enjoy a lovely day under the sun. Cute little beaches with an impressive backdrop are the ideal setting for a day at the beach, basking in the sun, swimming or just relaxing. La Garoupe is a fabulous beach that also allows you to practise kayaking, snorkelling, SUP and several water sports. Some other fantastic beaches, close to this one, are those of Fort Carré, La Fontonne, La Gravette, Salis, Fort Carré and Plage de la route de la Bord du Mer. The private beaches of Juan-les-Pins are Polynesian inspired with thatched-roof umbrellas, tiki bars and a bottle service.
The Grimaldi family owned Antibes between the late 1300s and early 1400s!
Top 7 travel tips in Antibes
According to UNESCO, it is very important to 'bring people together to enjoy the art of good eating and drinking'. To find a balance between human beings and the products of nature and finding the pleasure of taste is a very powerful force. France is the country of wine and gastronomy and each region has its own culinary specialties. Recognised as an intangible cultural heritage, French gastronomic meals often consist of hors d'œuvre or entrée, a main course and a cheese course or dessert. Try some cassoulets, foie-gras, moules marinières, coq au vin, bouillabaisse and dozens of cheese varieties. Wash down every bite with the best wines of Provence and raise your taste buds!2. Sip Absinthe, enjoy a great evening
A crazy collection of hats (yours to wear for the evening) line the walls Absinthe Bar is a unique cave-like bar close to the covered market and the weekends, the venue turns into a piano bar where you can sip this special liqueur served up with a silver spoon and a sugar cube.3. Hike along the coast
On Cap d’Antibes, from the Garoupe beaches, you can take the coastal footpath and enjoy a two-hour walk around the peninsula. Depart to the east of Garoupe beach, where you’ll find the start of the footpath that runs along the sea. After walking around 2.5 kilometres, take the Chemin des Douaniers on the right, to leave the seafront. Then turn left onto Avenue Mrs Beaumont. Continue on this avenue to Boulevard Kennedy, where you will turn right to rejoin the Avenue Tour Gandolphe, then Avenue André Sella, which will take you to the car park for Garoupe beach.4. Hit the market!
The Provençal daily market in Masséna opens from 7 am to 1 pm and there you can find superb cheese, fresh fish and colourful flowers. From June to September, there is an artisan showcase with local and foreign artists showing their sculptures, paintings and pottery. And July and August are the months where night markets are held in the Promenade du Soleil, in Juan-les-Pins and in L’Esplanade du Pré-des-Pêcheurs in Antibes.5. Visit the Musée Picasso
As many other celebrities, Pablo Picasso was in love with Antibes. He turned the Château Grimaldi into his personal studio in 1946. Today, this castle is the museum that houses 245 of Picasso’s paintings and sculptures and a selection of several pieces of renowned artists including Nicolas de Staël, Fernand Léger and Joan Miro.6. Learn French in the heart of the French Riviera
Antibes is the perfect destination for learning French. This peaceful and culture-filled city will provide the perfect environment to join the locals in their everyday lives. Go to the market, to satisfy your palate. Enjoy the crystal clear waters of the lovely beaches and practice water sports to keep on your toes. Immerse in the French culture visiting historical landmarks, museums or attending the famous jazz festival in Juan-les-Pins. This town also offers a wide selection of pubs and nightclubs for night owls. Mingle with people and practice your new language in everyday situations and real scenarios. Ça va bien?7. Stroll along Port Vauvan
Port Vauvan is the name of the port of Antibesand it is also the main tourist centre of the region. It was fortified during the seventeenth century, which is why it still retains part of the fortress and is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is dominated by three buildings of great architectural value: the Picasso Museum (former Grimaldi castle), the cathedral and the Fort Carré. It also has a marina full of splendid yachts you can admire strolling along.