Juan les Pins is a town in Antibes, in the Alpes-Maritimes, in southeastern France, on the Côte d'Azur.
It is situated between Nice
, 13 km from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport. Accommodations, vacation rentals, apartment rentals, condo rentals and villa rentals are plentiful and truly French.
It is a major holiday destination popular with the international jet-setters
, with a casino, nightclubs, luxury villas and beaches, which are made of fine grained sand, and are not straight, but instead are cut with small inlets. Lodging range from luxurious vacation rentals to ritzy condo rentals and apartment rentals to upmarket villa rentals and budget travelers will find some affordable accommodations in town.
The town has a few points of interest including the Jardin botanique de la Villa Thuret
, Aujourd'hui, a curvy modernistic seaside former beach house of movie mogul Jack Warner and home of the 6 Jours d'Antibes, the Antibes 6 Day Race.
Juan Les Pins is a city of culture and sport
which has been much valued by artists such as Jacques Prévert, Jacques Audiberti, Graham Greene, Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet, who found in the ancient stones a new source of inspiration, Antibes Juan-les-Pins is a city open to all forms of art.
The city cultivates a quality year round tourism
by hosting many renowned events to enrich the cultural heritage of the city by offering great musical events and festivals each season.
The city and lives of Antibes are celebrated and highlighted by the theater, music, exhibitions of classic and contemporary works, festivals and fairs
that take place. Accommodation, vacation rental, apartment rental and villa rental options are available year round but fill up fast.
In sport, Antibes Juan-les-Pins has over 160 organizations offering a wide range of activities. The city has been elected in 2009 the second most sporting town in France.
It is also a city of marine traditions and boating history and a 23 km long coastline.
All coastal landscapes are represented; sandy beaches, steep cliffs, pebble beaches, hidden coves and more. The different coastal landscapes offer a rich and diverse marine environment, and the four ports: the Port Vauban (the first harbor in Europe
), the Port de la Salis, Port du Crouton and Port Galicia, but also protected of Olivette allow the city to get several European labels (Blue Flag, Water Station, etc.).
It also helps to preserve a tradition of maritime while welcoming prestigious sailing events
in optimal safety conditions for races such as the Antibes Yacht Show Voiles d'Antibes, not to mention many races as the coastal Blue Cruise.
From formal dining rooms to beach front restaurants to deli’s and fresh produce markets
, visitors will be spoilt with choice when it comes to sampling local French dishes or when stocking up their accommodations, vacation rentals, apartment rental or villa rentals with fresh produce.