The preceding reviews are all accurate and give good advice. You would need to be a strong swimmer to get into the sea off the path but looked lovely if you can. Not suitable for bikers, disabled or elderly infirm as there are steps and steep stretches along this 2 hour walk. A fit and keen child over 6 could manage it. No benches or seats anywhere but plenty of rocks to sit on. You can start either end with free street parking either at Garoupe Beach or in Avenue Mrs Beaumont but all the facilities are at the Garoupe end. Good beach cafes for coffee, lunch or dinner before or after your walk. Or take a picnic and be the envy of other walkers as you perch enjoying the great views. The first stretch from Garoupe circumnavigates the Abramovitch villa as you can guess from the expensive fence and surveillance hardware. The other end comes out at the Eilenroc Villa and Gardens which looked worth a visit. Unfortunately it only opens on Wednesdays and Saturdays - par for the course in France as it is owned and run by the government. For walkers this is justifiably rated as the number one attraction in Antibes.
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