Hidden Attractions Of Antibes, France

I had a short Stopover at Antibes, France for couple hours. It was so much fun packing all these cool attractions into one day!

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Short Adventure In Antibes

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The Bastion Shipyard was built where Captain Cousteau’s famous ship, the Calypso, set out. Shipyard closed in 1985, this site now features the remarkable Nomade sculpture. Depicting a man staring out to sea by Catalan artist Jaume Plensa.

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Chemin des Douaniers

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Verdant seafront of the Cap d’Antibes.

Beginning at the ramparts of the Old Town, the footpath leads to a small cove and then follows along the walls surrounding the parklands of private castles. The pathway winds around the rocky headland along small freshwater creeks and continues until the tip of Cap d’Antibes at the Villa Eilenroc.

Fort Carré

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Vieil Antibes (Old Town)

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