Cathédrale d'Antibes, built on the site of an ancient Greek temple, has an ochre neoclassical facade; its tall, square Romanesque bell...
Musée Peynet et du Dessin Humoristique
More than 300 humorous pictures, cartoons and costumes by Antibes-born cartoonist Raymond Peynet, as well as brilliant temporary...
Balade en Provence
Flirt with the green fairy at Balade en Provence, complete with original 1860 zinc bar, a few round tables and all the accessories...
Shop here for excellent cheeses, fresh pasta and other deli goodies.
Château Grimaldi, 4 rue des Cordiers · interesting places nearby
Musée Picasso information
Picasso himself said: ‘If you want to see the Picassos from Antibes, you have to see them in Antibes'. The 14th-century Château Grimaldi was Picasso’s studio from July to December 1946 and now houses an excellent collection of his works and fascinating photos of him. The sheer variety – lithographs, paintings, drawings and ceramics – shows how versatile and curious an artist Picasso was. The museum also has a room dedicated to Nicolas de Staël, another painter who adopted Antibes as home.