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There is lots to see and do - four museums in the area. As many shops and restaurants as you could want to see. Very good bakeries. Great ice cream shops and cafes.We wandered round very happily for a long time. Have a walk on...More
Thursday and Saturday the Place is full of Market stalls and restaurants spilling out onto the square. Friday evenings the Band stand has local musical bands playing classical music which is lovely. Good place to go for the last rays of spring sunshineand to enjoy...More
We went to Antibes by train for a day trip from Nice in December and fell in love with the Old Town (Vieille Ville). Its medieval architecture; narrow, cobbled streets; and high city walls with stunning sea views from the top made major contributions to...More
While all or most of the French Riviera is bustling with tourists this is one of the few places where we found peace and quiet on our visit. The narrow streets and the old buildings embalms you in a charming and delightful way and even...More
I loved walking round the old town. So many beautiful buildings with pastel colours and painted shutters. Some have little details such as signs or art work which explain what the building was or is still used for.
Plenty of places to eat and drink....More
The old town is has a very special feel to it where locals and tourists gather for food and shopping. There is a great food market near the harbour and just walking around the narrow streets is an enjoyable experience . If you are an...More