are all kinds of things to do in and around Antibes
for both children and adults. And the town is full
of life all year round.
is not just a summer resort, but an ancient town
with a history going back thousands of years and
a life of its own. Restaurants, bars, shops and everything
else stay open throughout the year (though some restaurants
may close in January for their annual holidays).
are a number of squares around the town with playgrounds
- a boon to tired parents, who can sit at a bar and
keep an eye on their children. And, apart from the
beaches, within very easy reach along the coast (a
few minutes by car, train or bus) are amusement parks
and attractions such as Marineland with its dolphins
and killer whales.
For adults, there are several museums well worth a visit
within a short walk of Les
Trois Palmes (such as the Picasso museum),
as well as many other interesting places within easy
reach such as Port Vauban, Fort Carré, and the Cap
the evening there are restaurants, live music bars,
casinos and night clubs. Ask the Les Trois Palmes support
staff about their babysitting service.
Open all year round, Marineland is the largest marine
zoological park in Europe, and is located at Biot a
short bus or train ride from Antibes. Over a million
people a year come to watch the shows with dolphins, sea lions, sea elephants,
killer whales, and seals. Go through an underwater tunnel with sharks
to Marineland is a cluster of other attractions such
as amusement and water parks - all easy to reach from