Nestled beautifully on the French Riviera, this old coastal town with its own marina and fine beaches i just 30 minutes by car from Nice International Airport. Antibes with its old town center is a place that has attracted visitors for many years, there are a lot of nice things to experience, so here’s a […]
With this post we sort out the best (Napoli) pizza places in Antibes, with the criteria that it has places to sit down and enjoy a decent pizza. The best pizza in town can however best be enjoyed as take away from a place not big enough for comfortable serving. The best pizza places in […]
There are plenty of shops holding home decoration items in Antibes, what we love about a few of them is the broad selection of goods and the reasonable pricing. PHOTO: Julia Peretiatko on Unsplash The Best Interior Design Shops in Antibes Here’s a list of the best interior design shops: Casa Ideas – located on […]
The Old town Antibes on the French Riviera awaits you! Visiting Antibes on Cote d’Azur Is Antibes worth visiting? First time visitors has all kind of questions before deciding on which parts of the Riviera they wanna visit. Let’s clarify a few things. As Antibes is much like a traditional old town that has blended […]
To grab a sandwich for lunch or as snack before the opening of restaurants for dinner serving can be joyful. Among the best sandwicheries of Antibes you’ll find a cafe also serving good coffe as well as wine by the glass and a an american influenced whole in the wall serving milkshake alongside Affligem beer. […]
As in any town or city in France of a decent size, there are offcourse a splendid selection of boulangeries to choose from. Traditionally a Boulangerie (bakery) makes all type of bread and loafs, as well as sweeter or buttery ones such as croissant and pain au chocolat. Some also offers cakes and lunch snacks […]
There are plenty of cosy cafes to choose from when in Antibes. The ones below are our favourites. Photo by Fahmi Fakhrudin on Unsplash Paul On Place de Gaulle. Nomads cafe In the old town. Cafe Marius A hole in the wall in the old town on Place Nacionale.
This part of Provence/Alpes Maritimes hasn’t always been a part of France. The history of Antibes showns that the areas had been in the hands of Greeks and Romans until Provence was annexed to France in 1481. Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban principles for fortifications were widely used for nearly 100 years. He viewed civilian […]