Musée Peynet et du Dessin Humoristique
A bit of an enthusiast's museum, but if you're a fan of bandes dessinées (comics), you might want to take a look at the work of...
Antibes' cathedral was built on the site of an ancient Greek temple, and has an impressive neoclassical façade (curently undergoing...
The in-crowd flops off the beach (or yacht they're crewing on) and onto the pavement terrace of this buzzing lounge bar for...
Le Broc en Bouche
No two chairs, tables or lights are the same at this lovely bistro. Every item has been lovingly sourced from antique shops and car-boot...
Vieil Antibes information
Ringed by sturdy medieval walls and criss-crossed with lanes and shady squares, old Antibes is a delightful place for a wander. The wonderful Marché Provençal is old Antibes' beating heart, sheltered by a 19th-century cast-iron roof and packed with stalls selling olives, cheese, vegetables, tapenades and other Provençal goodies until around 1pm every day.
Along the edge of the old town, views from the sea walls stretch all the way to Nice (spot the runway) and inland to the snowy Alps. There's one section of the ramparts overlooking place du Verdun where you can walk along and imagine yourself manning a medieval cannon.