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!
"Board a boat for a trip to the Lerins Islands, which are located just in front of the Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel, and discover the first underwater eco-museum in France. In water between three and five meters deep, we offer you a unique subaquatic experience during which you’ll discover six giant underwater sculptures. Created by the talented Jason de Caires Taylor, they are a spectacular part of an honorable project initiated by David Lisnard, Mayor of Cannes. A unique experience that makes us all aware of the need to protect marine biodiversity. These imposing works of art have the particularity of representing the faces of six Cannes residents selected during a drawing organized by the city. ” Céline Risso, Sales Manager
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 during your stay at the Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel, you’ll have the chance to meet Antoine Pierini, a young contemporary master glass artist based in Biot, a small medieval village located ten kilometers from the hotel. In his period workshop, an old restored mill, you’ll discover all his talent through the contact of glass with fire. Share his sparkling passion, and experience a fascinating alchemical experience by blowing into the pipe to produce your first piece of glasswork! ”
“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”.