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When to go to Antibes Juan-les-Pins? (France)

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What to do in Antibes Juan-les-Pins : Tips, places, hotels and restaurants

Antibes Juan-les-PinsFrench city of the Alpes-Maritimes in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region, Antibes Juan-les-Pins has about 80 000 inhabitants, and this number more than doubles in summer. Renowned for its privileged location, it offers the visitor 23 kilometers of coast where successive beaches of fine sand or pebbles, secret coves and crags, as well as four ports where luxury yachts are moored, and which allow to host prestigious nautical events. Antibes also has an old town full of charm and ramparts, which distinguish it from other cities of the Côte d'Azur, and this city of culture opens to many forms of art by putting on its program festive events or musical in all seasons. You can also visit several museums such as the Picasso museum or the Peynet museum, discover the Fort Carré on the Saint-Roch peninsula, or the chapel of La Garoupe, not to mention the beautiful villas that dot the woods of the Cap d ' Antibes. For lovers of water sports and those who do not just relax on the many beaches, there are 3 sailing clubs, a kayak club, 9 water ski clubs and 14 diving clubs on the city's territory. The seaside resort is also famous for having a lively nightlife and hosting the famous Jazz à Juan music festival.


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