With its ancient stone architecture and laid-back vibe, Antibes stands out from the rest of the French Riviera and offers narrow cobblestone streets full of shops and quaint sidewalk cafés.
A stroll beyond the ancient walls reveals sandy beaches and a busy harbor that becomes home to over a thousand yachts every summer.
By night, Antibes’ few vibrant bars are packed with an international mix of yacht workers, university students, young locals, and European vacationers, which can make for some rowdy nights in this otherwise quiet town.
Party Earth Review Located off the busiest pedestrian street in Antibes, The Hop Store Irish Pub’s enormous terrace is hard to miss, especially since it’s usually overflowing with a young and boisterous ... more
38 Boulevard Aguillon
Party Earth Review The day starts early at The Bar du Port, an intimate bar and café that gets down to business in the morning as fishermen from the docks and staff from the yachts get off work and settle ... more
32 Rue Aubernon
Party Earth Review Surrounded by the medieval stone walls of Antibes’ fortress, Plage de la Gravette is a small enclosed beach protected from the bustling town by the walls and from the open sea by two ... more
Archway entrance off the Port of Antibes