Popular Lettings in Antibes
Highlights in Antibes
- Exclusive and upscale destination
- Fantastic and pristine beaches
- Great shopping options
- Exclusive tasting tour
- Culture and tradition within old walls
Most popular in Antibes
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Antibes
Antibes has become one of the most important and visited French Riviera cities. Its idyllic atmosphere and its wonderful beaches together with the luxury and beauty of its landscapes also attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year looking for top quality holiday rentals. The area surrounding the beach of Cap d'Antibes and the center are the best places to find them and enjoy the climate and attractions of the place. You will find affordable properties in the centre of Antibes and in Juan-les-Pins. In contrast, luxury accommodations, which often include a sauna, jacuzzi and private pool, are located mainly in the residential areas outside and in the vicinity of the Botanical Garden of Villa Thuret.Lovely rentals and residential areas
Undoubtedly, the most abundant accommodations within this town are the one and two bedroom homes, although it is true that studio rentals are also very frequent. Most of the lettings are located in residential complexes with garden and pool a few minutes from the beach, some even on the beachfront with terraces overlooking the sea. Ideal for families with children who are organizing a fun holiday for July or August. But also your pet can come with you, since there are many holiday rentals that allow your furry friends to join the fun!
Holidays in Antibes
The area and getting around
Nestled between Cannes and Nice, on the French Riviera, Antibes is a resort town with that idyllic and picture perfect image that we all have of the Côte d'Azur, with its luxury cars and full of celebrities. But Antibes is more than just a beautiful postcard image. It is known for its old town enclosed by 16th-century ramparts and the star-shaped Fort Carré. Overlooking magnificent and luxury yachts moored at the Port Vauban marina. An atmosphere of glamour and exclusivity overlooking the Mediterranean, where its essence in the air and the popular Provencal products fill up every narrow street, lined with lovely shops. Get the most stunning sunsets and sunrises from its various viewpoints.The best outings in the area
The forested Cap d’Antibes peninsula, dotted with grand villas, separates Antibes from Juan-les-Pins, a chic resort with buzzing nightlife and the Jazz à Juan music festival. Furthermore, we must add the charm of the nearby coastal villages of Cagnes-sur-Mer, Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. The lovely towns of Nice and Cannes are also a great option to visit during your stay in Antibes as they both are a short ride away. Enjoy the fantastic beaches, the views, the food and the vast cultural offer. Need more reasons to head to Antibes for your next vacation?
Travellers and activities
Long stretches of sand and truly spectacular coves and beaches both public and private. Beaches and the sun are the key in Antibes for those holidaymakers looking for days under the sun in an incomparable setting. Enjoy a fabulous day sunbathing, swimming or practising your favourite water sport at any of the beaches from La Garoupe to the stretch between Antibes and Villeneuve-Loubet. La Gravette, Ponteil, Salis, Fort Carré, La Fontonne and Plage de la route de la Bord du Mer are some of them. Choose your favourite one and have a great time!Antibes for upscale destinations lovers
Glamour, luxury and an upscale atmosphere are some of the features that define Antibes. In the centre, the streets are dotted with the most exclusive and international brands and firms from the world. In addition, there are places for restaurant branches of some of the best chefs in the world. While enjoying the music, you can sip your favourite cocktail at Royal Beach, Antibes’ beach club, and lay under the sun on a deckchair for the day. There are also exclusive night clubs, casinos and, in the end, a leisure offer marked by luxury and exclusivity. So, if you are one of those who have always dreamed of feeling like a real star, this is a city that offers you everything. Sunny days and glamorous nights are awaiting!
Did you know that Antibes was the exclusive property of the Grimaldi family between 1384 and 1608?
Top 5 travel tips in Antibes
Antibes is a great place for enjoying its fabulous outdoors and to keep in touch with nature. Just a few steps from the hustle and bustle of the Riviera, Cap d’Antibes offers great views of the Mediterranean and the exclusive properties alongside the limestone cliffs and rocky coves of this hiking trail. Known as the “Smugglers' Path”. Starting at Garoupe Beach, this coastal path will take you along the coastline. Most of the path is narrow and uneven, which makes it that more challenging when the mistral wind coming from northwest makes its way out. At some point you will reach wider and inland areas such as the lovely garden of Villa Eilenroc, where you can stop and enjoy it before heading back to Garoupe Beach. You can also take the opportunity to stop at any of the coves you find along the way and take a dip in its waters.2. Ready for a tasting tour?
The best way to know the French culture and its gastronomy is by taking a tailored tasting tour in Antibes! A little introduction to its history and then, you can enjoy a social and unique event discovering the local gastronomy while having a drink or tasting the most delicious local delicacies in a few local and stunning places around the old town such as the iconic Absinthe bar or a Michelin Star restaurant where to sample some of the best bites in their tasting menu - Achard pie with pine nuts and sweet pea, Antibes pissalladiere, socca chips and pilchard mousse and finally, the sweet hint of a fantastic crème brulée with lavender. Three hours of fun, gastronomy and chic bites paired with excellent wines of the region. Bon appétit!3. Take some time for its museums
The city of Antibes has a good number of museums that you cannot miss if you enjoy doing cultural visits. The Picasso museum, in honour of all the times that the Malaga-born painter spent in this town; the Archaeological Museum that exhibits Greek, Roman, medieval and modern remains; the Naval and Napoleonic Museum, which has model ships, sculptures and objects of the time; or the Museum of the Tour, which tells the history of the city throughout the twentieth century, its greatest time of splendour.4. Stroll around the city walls
The old part of town is where you can immerse yourself into the charms of this Mediterranean city. The picturesque resort is a great place to explore the narrow cobbled streets, the exclusive boutiques, and the Chateau Grimaldi. Take your time to sip a nice coffee, have a feast at some of the best restaurants or buy your own local produce at the market in the old town square. Get the freshest greens, fruit and produce from the region and try your culinary skills.5. Go for a walk around the fabulous port
Port Vauvan is the name that the port of Antibes receives and which, in turn, is the main tourist center of the region. It was fortified during the 17th century, which is why it still retains part of the fortress and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 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 the largest yachting marina full of luxury yachts, elegant sailboats and fantastic floating palaces. Marvel at the fantastic views of this ritzy port and enjoy a pleasant walk.