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Wonderful museum in the heart of Antibes. The museum building is in a sea-side fort in which Picasso had an art studio for several years.
Not to be missed. Just the right size for a museum. Good selection of Picasso's works as well as other contemporary artists. Sea views are quite spectacular!
The musée Picasso is situated in le château Grimaldi, place Mariejol, in Antibes. The artist Picasso lived and worked there until 1946. Closed on monday, the rest of the week visits are from 10h00 to 12h00 and 14h00 to 18h00.
Not as important or famous as other Picasso Museums. This building houses sketches and pottery mostly as well as visiting exhibits. The building and view from the walls of Antibes are stunning.
Interesting building located in the Ramparts of Antibes housing pieces of art donated to the town by Picasso himself who spent time in Antibes.
The former workshop of Picasso has been converted in a museum dedicated to its former occupant. Whether it is for the art collection or for the stunning view from the terrace, the Picasso Museum is a must go.
“This covered market, the Marche Provencal, takes place daily in Cours Masséna. Offering a wonderful and diverse range of local produce, including spices, cheese, flowers and fruit this market is a wonderful place to wander around or to sit at one of the many cafes and watch the world as it goes about its business. It is open daily from 06:00 until 13:00 (except Mondays during winter).”
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“For the Kids Marine Park, (Dolphins/ Whales/Sea lions etc) Water Park flumes, wave pool (Aquasplash) Crazy Golf ”
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“opened in 1989 named after the celebrated French illustrator who lived for many years in Antibes”
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“ Very good show with Brazilian dancers ans singer in live usually from 10 pm. Good cocktails but expensive. A place to go when you are in Juan les Pins. ”
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“Cap D’antibes Hiking Trail - A coastal hike around the spectacular Cap D'antibes peninsula. Cap d’Antibes conjures up images of a deep blue Mediterranean lapping up against exclusive millionaire villas. But hiking the trail around the peninsula and you might be surprised by how wild the landscape is. Yes, there are huge villas but they’re concealed among the pine trees. And, walking through wild maquis and olive trees white and alongside limestone cliffs and rocky coves takes you far from the hustle and bustle of the Riviera beach resorts just a few kilometres away.”
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