Best Things To Do in Antibes, France

Are you looking for what to do in Antibes?

You might have a list of things to do in Antibes and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. Places like Marineland and Musee Picasso will make sure your dream destinations are ticked off. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

With so many world-famous sites and attractions to visit, deciding on the best things to do in Antibes can be a daunting task. Visiting selective places and carrying the best memories is the best alternative. Don’t rush to see all of the attractions in Antibes on your first trip itself.

Antibes is the type of city that you will love to visit again and again. Every time you revisit Antibes you can keep unfolding the different sides of it. This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Antibes getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Antibes with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Antibes

Here is the list of things to do in Antibes and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Marineland

    3.8 (3964 Votes)

    Wildlife Sanctuary , Theme Park

    Marineland is considered as the biggest marine park in Europe. The park allows you to have close interaction with dolphins, killer whales, and also sharks, sea lions and other deep water inhabitants. In a designated pool with the supervision and advice you get a chance to meet dolphins or sea lions.
  2. Musee Picasso

    4.2 (1296 Votes)
    Musee Picasso

    Art Museum

    The Musee Picasso was built on the foundation of the ancient Greek city of Antipolis. The museum is home to a massive collection of creative work art and design from the renowned artist Picasso and various other famous artists. Some of the wall posters display detailed information with intricate art work. Musee Picasso is a much recommended gallery for art lovers.
  3. Le Sentier Du Littoral, Cap D'antibes

    Outdoors, Walking Area, Historical Site

    Le Sentier du Littoral, Cap d'Antibes is a walking area we bet you can’t avoid. The beauty of the path is but obviously the magnificent surrounding amidst which the path for walking was constructed. What will catch your eye are the historic structures, snow crowned mountain peaks and crystal clear rock pools along the path. The path is very well maintained and is completely worth a visit.
  4. Juan Les Pins Main Beach

    Bar, Beach, Walking Area, Food And Drinks

    Enjoy a pleasant and relaxing stroll along clear waters and the music that the waves emit at the Juan les Pins Main Beach. Several restaurants and bars cling to the coast and make for delicious meals after a merry walk. The beach however, can be enjoyed best during off season as it is overcrowded and hot during peak season. The beach is tidy and well maintained with clean sand at your feet. The...Read more
  5. Garoupe Lighthouse

    Light House, View Point

    A short walk in Antibes can take you to this delightful place where you have this lighthouse and a closely situated chapel. The beauty this place exhibits is breathtaking. The marvelous scenic beauty is a compilation of snow capped mountains, the beautiful coast, the picturesque and petite chapel and an insight of the wealthy living of Rivera.
  6. Pam Pam

    4.4 (344 Votes)
    Pam Pam

    Bar, Food And Drinks, Nightlife, Adults

    Pam pam is a lively cafe with the most stunning and unusual appearance. The Hawaiian ambience is a combination of various decors of Tahiti, Bora-Bora or Pattaya. The cafe is well priced and hosts a few entertaining shows, as well. The cocktails and music is worth the try. The efficient and amicable staff takes care of your comfort and serves as good guidance with choosing the food to order.
  7. Aquasplash

    3.4 (289 Votes)

    Amusement Park, Water Park, Entertainment

    Aquasplash is the biggest water park in the Alpes – Maritimes occupying about 2000 meters, at a walking distance from the Mediterranean beaches. The water park is home to about 22 big slides, Pirates Island, lazy river, Aqua dance, Aqua gym, kids pool, wave pool, kids island, lagoon, obstacle track, magic river and a lot more. If you are looking for an exciting way to beat the heat, the A...Read more
  8. Fort Carre

    4.3 (245 Votes)
    Fort Carre

    Historical Site, Fort

    Fort Carre was built in the second half of the 15th century on the orders of King Henry 2. The fort is witness to the history of the most fought over region of Antibes. If you choose to take a walk down the history lane of the city of Antibes and glance through the work of Marquis de Vauban, Fort Caree is a much recommended Attraction.
  9. Marche Provencal

    4.3 (407 Votes)
    Marche Provencal

    Outdoors, Food And Drinks, Market, Nature

    Marche Provencal is the marketplace in Antibes crammed with a number of stall holders selling fresh fruits and vegetables. Gorgeous juicy red tomatoes are the highlight of the market. The market also sells a variety of other good and the most unusually flavored jams, chutneys, spices, colorful fruits, flowers, art work, products that are made of lavender and a lot more. Quite a few restaurants ...Read more
  10. Parc De La Pinede

    Park, Water Sport

    The Parc de la Pinede is a pinewood park that is more like a piece of heaven for kids. The park has a spacious playground with with slides, swings, ladders, bridges and includes activities like duck fishing, cycling, roller skating, walking and scooter riding. The pinewood park is one of the best attractions in Antibes if you are looking for quality time with family.
  11. Villa Eilenroc

    4.2 (98 Votes)
    Villa Eilenroc


    Villa Eilenroc is located on prime property in the Cap d'Antibe. It is a house open to all that gives you insights about the lifestyle of the elite and famous on the Cote. The scenery of the surroundings is remarkable and the house is built with magnificent architecture. Between the villa and the coast is a 3.7 kilometer walkway path. If you take this path you allow yourself to enjoy the panora...Read more
  12. La Ferme Du Far West

    Theme Park

    The La Ferme du Far west is a theme park neighboring the famous Marineland serving as a great joyful attraction for kids. The park is home to donkeys, ducks, ponies, guinea pigs, turkeys, geese, cows, budgies, rabbits, sheep, guinea fowl, pigs, rats, alpacas, pheasants, goats and more. The park also houses several restaurants and snack bars. In all an entertaining attraction and a much recommen...Read more
  13. Peynet Museum

    4.2 (114 Votes)
    Peynet Museum

    Art Museum, Museum, Educational Site

    Peynet Museum is home to various gouaches and sculptures, lithographs, water colors, ink drawings and more. The museum was opened in the 19th century and has a good collection 4000 works of the famous commercial artist Raymond Peynet which belonged to the period between 1908 and 1999. The two vaulted galleries house archaeological collections of Antibes in the museum were recently renovated.
  14. Absinthe Bar

    4.5 (257 Votes)
    Absinthe Bar

    Bar, Museum, Play

    The Absinthe bar is a petite underground bar with an Absinthe museum located right above it. The bar plays Jazz and Blues for music. The comfortable ambience plays a major role in attracting the crowd. The younger generation tends to love the place more. The bar is well priced and is suitable for both social as well as people who are more reserved. If you visit Antibes, the Absinthe bar is a re...Read more
  15. Le Nomade

    4.6 (241 Votes)
    Le Nomade

    Outdoors, Landmark, Educational Site, Monument

    Le Nomade is a one of its type sculpture that beautifully stands out as a landmark in the city of Antibes. Pay a visit to this magnificent piece of art during your random coastal stroll to enrich your experience in the city of Antibes. Jaume Plensa the hand behind Le Nomade is one of the most important sculptors on the existing art scene.