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The oldest town on the French Riviera, Antibes has inspired many artists in search of charming old villages. The old town reveals itself to inquisitive visitors via narrow streets, with highlights including Fort-Carré, Porte Marine, the ramparts and Port Vauban. Experience its Provençal markets too, stocked with tantalizing sun-kissed fruit and vegetables. Lose yourself in the streets of this picturesque town, listen to the languages being spoken at the pavement cafés, sniff the intoxicating fragrance of the flowers festooning the town and be at one with Provence!
Quai Camille-Rayon, also known as Quai des Milliardaires, is where billionaires moor their huge yachts, some of which are over 100 meters long. This particular area can accommodate 19 boats in total, from 70 m to 165 meters. Port Vauban is still one of the largest harbors in Europe and attracts its fair share of tourists.
Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat off the coast of Cannes are the two islands in this archipelago, which makes an ideal day trip. Surrounded by beaches, turquoise sea and secluded creeks, the larger island of Ile Sainte-Marguerite is home to Fort Royal, where the Man in the Iron Mask lived and died in 1703. Discover unspoilt nature by exploring the national forest, covering some 152 hectares and complete with hiking paths. Don’t miss the beautiful Lérins Abbey, a monastery on Ile Saint-Honorat that still produces liqueurs and wines. Access is by boat from Cannes, Juan les Pins and Golfe Juan.
"From the beginning of April to the end of October, Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel invites you discover the sparkling passion of Antoine Pierini, a young glassmaker from the town of Biot with a contemporary flair. After admiring his work along the terrace and on the tables of the gourmet restaurant Les Pêcheurs, you may join him in his workshop, a converted mill, where he will reveal his talent to you with an up-close glass-making demonstration. Learn all about this fascinating alchemy by his side. You can even blow into the pipe to produce your first piece!"
“Nestled between Port du Crouton and Port Gallice, the Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel invites you to explore a small corner of paradise: the Lérins Islands, a remarkable spot where nature, culture and relaxation come together in harmony. Enjoy an experience of absolute serenity in a magical landscape flanked by turquoise waters. On board, you will savour delicious dishes concocted by our Michelin-starred chef Nicolas Rondelli. Facing the bay of Cannes and Cap d’Antibes, the Lérins Islands offer an exotic getaway, just a stone’s throw from the coast and the Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel”.
“The Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel features a classically modern style, where the sleek lines of its exterior architecture and its infinity pool will enchant lovers of authentic places, in the heart of typical Mediterranean flora. After expansion work in 2016, 8 new rooms and suites featuring a contemporary design were created by interior designers Sarich & Goujon from Nice. The unique, chic and relaxed ambiance is the cornerstone of the Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel, which stands out for its original, refined décor”.