Le Cap d'Antibes. Its history is linked to the history of
Antibes, a stunningly situated town well-known since ancient times.
The setting of the port of Antibes is quite magnificent in that it is located at the neck of a peninsula on the Mediterranean Sea. The Cap is the peninsula itself, a hilly, wooded region strewn with maritime pines.
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Also known as "Grandmother's Bedroom". This spacious, fresh room has a beguiling romantic ambiance and features a private staircase to the garden so making it slightly detached from the rest of the house. An extra room can be added as a family ensuite
The pure colours of tranquillity. You will be entranced by the whites and soft earthy colours of this room with its beautiful side view of the sea. The only room available as either a double or twin, its sense of calm will delight you ... An extra room can be added as a family ensuite
The very special ambiance of this vibrant room, filled with Southern light and boasting a lovely sea view, will create a delightful feeling of warmth. It has a bathroom also with a sea view.
at Cap d'Antibes, Antibes and Juan les Pins : Sansy beaches, 100 meters away from the guesthaouse Fishermen beach and Gallice beach with water sports (water ski, boat rental...).
"Outstanding natural beauty": Explore the beaches, and the beautiful "Smugglers Path", walk all along the Cap's numerous coves in the so called Millionaires' Bay. Away from the coast discover the Chapelle de la Garoupe, a splendid chapel with stunning panoramic views and the picturesque Garoupe lighthouse. As you make your way back down, the Thuret botanical gardens are well worth a visit.
"Unforgettable isles", a delightful boat trip away, you can visit the islands departing from Cannes all year round and from Juan les Pins in season. These islands are steeped in history and the scenery is stunningly beautiful ... a "Fascinating" excursion.
"Alluring Antibes", just a 10 minutes walk away, offers much to see and do. Delight in the captivating ambiance of its ancient narrow streets. Take in the Provencal market with its aromas of the South, the museums (Picasso, Peynet), the Hartung Bergman Foundation, the high ramparts overlooking the bay and Port Vauban with its archeological and Napoleonic museum.
"Tiny old town enclave". The small and picturesque "free commune" of Safranier (10 minutes walk) in the centre of Antibes has an intriguing history...
The "celebrity resort", famed for its summer jazz festival in the pine grove, its "Promenade du Soleil", its beautiful beaches, its restaurants, and of course its shops...
The "legendary city" (15 mins by car or train from Juan les Pins). Celeb spotting ... And the romantic "Suquet" district.
The "perfume capital" of the world (20 minutes drive), where you can attend a course to learn the art of the "perfumer".
A "picturesque medieval village" renowned for its glass works (15 minutes drive), the Fernand Léger museum ...
"THE place to visit", with its fortified walls, galleries, and centre for modern art: the Aimée Maeght Foundation. (20 mins by car)
"The Grande Dame" of the French Riviera, with its celebrated Promenade des Anglais, the entirely renovated Place Masséna, magnificent museums, the Old Town with its colourful houses ... (30 mins by car) and wonderful flower market... perfect for a leisurely stroll. "I love"...