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    • Cathedral of Our-Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Antibes

      Cathedral of Our-Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Antibes

      The Notre-Dame de l'Immaculée Conception Cathedral of Antibes was probably built on a shrine dedicated to Diana. The building was awarded the title of cathedral as for many years it was home to the Bishop of Antibes.

      Although renovated throughout the centuries (the seventeenth, eighteenth and twentieth) the original building was built in the twelfth century, as proven by the square bell of the old lookout tower. The ochre cathedral facade was classified as an Historical Monument after the Second World War.

    • Picasso Museum in Antibes

      Picasso Museum in Antibes

      In 1946, Pablo Picasso moved into the Château des Grimaldi in Antibes. After his stay in this wonderful working space, he bequeathed 23 paintings and 44 drawings to the city of Antibes. Thus, the Musée Grimaldi became the Picasso Museum.

      You can admire the works by the artist such as La Joie de vivre, Satyre, faune et centaure au trident, Le Gobeur d'oursins, La Femme aux oursins, Nature morte à la chouette et aux trois oursins and La Chèvre. Other modern artists are represented in the Picasso Museum.
      Among them, Arman, Ben, Calder, César, Ernst, Klein, Modigliani and Picabia.

    • Phare de la Garoupe

      Phare de la Garoupe

      Perched at the top of the Garoupe plateau on the Cap d'Antibes peninsula, the lighthouse stands 103 metres above sea level, one of the most powerful along the Mediterranean coastline. The Garoupe woodland is down below, a public area of 9 hectares, and a pleasant spot for walks. It's possible to visit the lighthouse and admire the building, which affords a breathtaking panorama of the coastline.

    • Exflora park

      Exflora park

      Many Mediterranean plant varieties can be found in this five-hectare public garden. Exflora Park consists of a large olive grove and different types of Mediterranean gardens. A range of garden styles are presented from ancient Rome to the nineteenth century Riviera.

      Upon entering the park, visitors will see a terrace in the Renaissance tradition, affording a lovely view of the Exflora Park. The "water trail" is perfect for a refreshing stroll and the kids will love the labyrinth.

    • Marineland

      Marineland

      Embark on a tour of the seven seas at Marineland Antibes-Juan-les-Pins. Prepare for some amazing encounters during this family outing at the Aquarium and the Musée de La Poype. Visitors can discover dolphins, killer whales, sharks, polar bears, penguins and sea lions!

      It's even possible to spend some quality time with them. Discover the marvels of the ScubaPro experience: well equipped and protected by a transparent acrylic cage, thrill seekers will be plunged into the underwater world of the sharks. Marineland also makes it possible for dreams to come true and children will be able to swim with the dolphins. Kids can also get to know the playful and mischievous Sea lions.
      The spectacle is provided by the animals at Marineland and they and their keepers assure some fine performances for your viewing pleasure.

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