The Shores And The Coastline

  • Juan-les-Pins

    © Coralie Polack

    Juan-les-Pins

    © Coralie Polack

  • Juan-les-Pins

    Juan-les-Pins

  • Le port d'Antibes

    Le port d'Antibes

  • Le cap d'Antibes

    Le cap d'Antibes

  • Chemin du cap d'Antibes

    Chemin du cap d'Antibes

  • Juan-les-Pins

    Juan-les-Pins

  • Panorama du Vieil Antibes

    © Claude Piot

    Panorama du Vieil Antibes

    © Claude Piot

The Shores And The Coastline Antibes fr

In some areas wild and mineral, sculpted by wind and salt… in
others, plant-covered with the sweet fragrance of parasol pines… butevery inch
superb, the generous Antibes coastline still harbours a few hidden little
creeks, whose timeless beauty suffices to rival with the most majestic of large
ports and the abundance of summer beaches. Lined with small creeks and long
beaches of fine sand (la Gravette, le Ponteil, la Salis, les Ondes),
Antibes Juan-les-Pins has one of the most extensive coastal fringes in France
(24 km), including the many beaches which stretch along the bay of Juan-les-Pins.

To this can be added the natural pebbly beaches between the Fort Carréand the town of Villeneuve
Loubet (7 km in total). The rocky coastline features many coves, beneath the
rampart walls of Old Antibes and all around Cap d’Antibes.

This wide range of nautical sites means that visitors can enjoy many activities such as scuba
diving, water-skiing, parasailing and sailing. The popular new watersport, Stand-Up
Paddle is also on offer in thisbeach town. The champion of France in this
disciplineand winner of second place in European championships has chosen to
open her school in this exceptional town.

 

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