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Frequently asked questions

What are the top attractions to visit in Antibes?
Some of the top attractions to visit in Antibes include the Picasso Museum, the Fort Carré, the Antibes Cathedral, and the Juan-les-Pins beach.
How far is Antibes from Nice?
Antibes is located approximately 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Nice, and it takes around 30 minutes to travel between the two cities by car or train.
Can I swim in Antibes?
Yes, Antibes is known for its beautiful beaches, and swimming in the Mediterranean Sea is a popular activity for visitors. There are both public and private beaches available in Antibes.
What is the best time to visit the Picasso Museum in Antibes?
The Picasso Museum in Antibes is open year-round, and it is best to visit during the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds. It is advisable to check the museum's website for the most up-to-date opening hours.
What are some recommended local dishes to try in Antibes?
One of the must-try dishes in Antibes is the Salade Niçoise, a refreshing salad made with fresh vegetables, tuna, anchovies, and olives. Another local specialty is the Bouillabaisse, a flavorful fish stew that originated in the region. Don't forget to also try the delicious seafood dishes, such as grilled sardines and seafood platters.

About Antibes

Antibes is a beautiful coastal town located in the French Riviera, in the southeastern part of France. It is known for its stunning beaches, charming old town, and rich history. The currency used in Antibes is the Euro. With its picturesque streets, vibrant markets, and impressive architecture, Antibes offers a unique blend of traditional French culture and modern attractions. The town is also home to several museums, including the Picasso Museum, showcasing the works of the famous artist who once lived in Antibes.

When to visit

The best time to visit Antibes is during the spring and summer months, from April to September. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, perfect for enjoying the beautiful beaches and outdoor activities. The peak tourist season in Antibes is in July and August, so it is advisable to book accommodations and attractions in advance during these months. However, if you prefer a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere, visiting in the shoulder seasons of April-May or September-October can be a great option.

The best time to visit Antibes is during the spring and summer months, from April to September. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, perfect for enjoying the beautiful beaches and outdoor activities. The peak tourist season in Antibes is in July and August, so it is advisable to book accommodations and attractions in advance during these months. However, if you prefer a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere, visiting in the shoulder seasons of April-May or September-October can be a great option.
Getting around

Antibes is a compact town that can easily be explored on foot. The old town, with its narrow streets and charming shops, is best explored by walking. There are also local buses available for getting around Antibes and the surrounding areas. If you wish to explore the nearby towns and attractions, renting a car can be a convenient option. Additionally, Antibes has a train station that provides easy access to other cities along the French Riviera, such as Nice and Cannes.

Antibes is a compact town that can easily be explored on foot. The old town, with its narrow streets and charming shops, is best explored by walking. There are also local buses available for getting around Antibes and the surrounding areas. If you wish to explore the nearby towns and attractions, renting a car can be a convenient option. Additionally, Antibes has a train station that provides easy access to other cities along the French Riviera, such as Nice and Cannes.
Traveller tips

Don't miss the chance to visit the stunning Cap d'Antibes, a scenic peninsula with beautiful beaches and luxurious villas. Take a stroll along the Promenade Amiral de Grasse, a picturesque waterfront promenade lined with palm trees and offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Visit the Marché Provençal, a vibrant market where you can find fresh produce, local delicacies, and unique souvenirs. Try the local specialty, Socca, a thin pancake made from chickpea flour, which is a popular street food in Antibes. Take a boat trip to the nearby Lerins Islands, where you can explore beautiful beaches, historic sites, and enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Don't forget to pack sunscreen and a hat, as the sun can be quite strong in Antibes, especially during the summer months.

Don't miss the chance to visit the stunning Cap d'Antibes, a scenic peninsula with beautiful beaches and luxurious villas. Take a stroll along the Promenade Amiral de Grasse, a picturesque waterfront promenade lined with palm trees and offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Visit the Marché Provençal, a vibrant market where you can find fresh produce, local delicacies, and unique souvenirs. Try the local specialty, Socca, a thin pancake made from chickpea flour, which is a popular street food in Antibes. Take a boat trip to the nearby Lerins Islands, where you can explore beautiful beaches, historic sites, and enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Don't forget to pack sunscreen and a hat, as the sun can be quite strong in Antibes, especially during the summer months.

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