Antibes itself is a large commune city which includes Old Antibes, Juan-les-Pins, Golfe-Juan, Sophia Antipolis, Port Vauban, and Cap d’Antibes.  Old Antibes, Juan-les-Pins and Cap d’Antibes are the three neighborhoods in which travelers are most likely to spend their time.  Port Vauban is also frequently visited by travelers.  This is where travelers can go to see modern-day fishermen at work.  It is a huge marina and as such, it includes shopping and yachting options in addition to fishing.

Old Antibes is the heart of the city, offering travelers the most history.  This area is made up of numerous alleyways and narrows streets which travelers can explore on their own to get a sense of the local culture.

Juan-les-Pins is the part of Antibes that travelers go to when the sun goes down, as it has the most favored nightclubs of the area ( ).   This is also a terrific place for shopping ( ).

Cap d’Antibes is the southern neighborhood of Antibes and is well-known because of references to it in such famous works of literature as “Tender is the Night” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.  This neighborhood is the place where the luxury resorts are located and where travelers can go to see the most expensive residences in Antibes.  This is also where the most famous beach (La Garoupe) is located.