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You used to be able to walk around the port and get a good look at the super yachts. Disappointed to see this is now closed off with security on the gate. Thankfully the rest of Antibes is still as charming as ever
On a recent trip to Nice, and a final day trip to Cannes and Antibes this was always going to the best way to experience all it has to offer. Up a smal staircase and along the town walls is the best way to experience...More
The harbor at Antibes is among the most popular and celebrated on France's Mediterranean coast (along with St-Tropez and Cannes) and it's often a stop for some of the world's biggest super yachts. Like Dilbar, the world's biggest by volume, as some reviewers have noted....More
A large marina housing lots of very large, expensive super yachts. Like others on the Riviera, this port oozes ridiculous amounts of money spent on large boats.
Can wander through some of the port and pick which yacht you like the best.
Some areas cordoned...More
Peaceful, scenic, clean and with lots to see whilst exercising. I incorporated this area into my morning run along the coast and through Antibes. Lots of lovely yachts and historic scenery to help pass the time. With great sea views from atop the wall.
A lovely place with great view to the fort, nice to take a walk in the morning and or afternoon while enjoying the beauty of the sunset, and dreaming to own the superyach or at least wish to sit in one of hundreds yach.parking there
So many places you revisit are a sad disappointment, the soft edges of recollection are hammered sharp by the changes in the intervening years. Not so with Antibes, it is still the beautiful old town that it was in the 1980's when I used to...More