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Ideally located halfway between Nice and Cannes, Antibes Juan-les-Pins, the oldest city of the Côte d’Azur is a true gem of authenticity and charm. A city of arts and artists, her narrow flowery streets, her provençal market and her general atmosphere have always captivated and inspired painters, writers and movie makers.
Her old stones shelter the amazing Picasso Museum and its unique collection of paintings created in situ by the Master in 1946. Many sights of Antibes have been immortalized by Monet, Signac, Boudin … and can be admired in museums all over the world. But the city is very much alive and vibrant. She attracts a cosmopolitan crowd in part due to her yachting activities (one of the main assets of the city). Port Vauban is the largest yachting and business harbour in Europe for the tonnage of its boats and its advanced technology. Also due to the “resort” Juan-Les-Pins, very well known for the sandy beaches, the night life, the shopping and “Jazz in Juan” the oldest Jazz Festival in Europe.  Irresistible to jet setters, cultured people, Provence lovers, … Antibes also boasts a pristine coastline and seafloor and a carefully preserved green lung at Cap d’Antibes, a true ecological cathedral where is located the famous Villa Eilenroc and its conservatory of plants and beautiful rose garden.

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