A small French Riviera beach town with a large upscale party scene, Juan-les-Pins is home to crowded beaches, a bustling boardwalk, and an array of high-end clubs and bars that stay open all night long.
During the day, bronzed beauties pack the umbrella-lined white-sand shore overlooking the hundreds of yachts docked in the harbor.
Just off the beach, the boardwalk features vendors selling handcrafted art, jewelry, and clothing, as well as street performers who enliven the scene once the sun goes down.
Although sunning and shopping are the order of the day in the summer, Juan-les-Pins also hosts the world-famous Jazz à Juan festival, which features the greatest jazz artists from around the world.
But the town’s decadent party scene truly begins later at night when Avenue du Dr. Dautheville and Boulevard de la Pinéde are flooded with young and fashionable partiers ready to indulge themselves in the wide array of chic, up-all-night clubs and bars that have made Juan-les-Pins a 24/7 party location.
Party Earth Review Patrons will have to walk down the stairway to heaven at Le Rêve Plage, a truly dreamy private beach and bar decked out in strikingly white tables, chairs, floors, and furnishings ... more
Boulevard Charles Guillaumont
Party Earth Review Welcome to the jungle at La Réserve, a safari-themed bar where the young and beautiful go to lounge on cheetah-print chairs and indulge in early afternoon or pre-club drinks on the ... more
24 Avenue Georges Gallice
Party Earth Review An expansive, packed dance floor is the main attraction at Le Village, easily the most popular club in Juan-les-Pins. The well-dressed and rather affluent clientele is already lined ... more
1 Boulevard de la Pinède
Party Earth Review Located on the boardwalk right above the beach, Café Kanter is an open-air café that draws a trendy, upscale clientele that appreciates having cocktails available twenty hours a day ... more
21 Avenue Guy de Maupassant
Party Earth Review Tiki huts, palm trees, and lots of bamboo combine to create a tropical paradise at Pam Pam Rhumerie, where fruity drinks are served in funky glasses and occasionally set on fire. The ... more
137 Boulevard du Président Wilson
Party Earth Review Opened in 1956, Whisky à Gogo has enjoyed a long history as one of Juan-les-Pins’ most popular clubs, as evidenced by the many entertainers, musicians, actors, and famous locals who ... more
5 Rue Jacques Leonetti
Party Earth Review Tucked away between two high-fashion shops in downtown Juan-les-Pins and identifiable only by its discreet neon blue M, Minimal Club is one of the more casual and unpretentious dance ... more
2 Avenue Guy de Maupassant