Appart'city Cap Affaires Antibes

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2211 Chemin de Saint Claude, Antibes, 06600, France
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Costs 56% less but rated 27% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families12
  • Couples41
  • Solo60
  • Business40

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Rose garden and neighbouring Chateau de la CroeRose garden and neighbouring Chateau de la Croe

Forum Posts

Language Schools

by rickyfreeman88

Hello
I'm an aupair in Antibes for 1 year and need to find a language school. I don't want one of the 1-2-1 schools as they are very expensive, I was hoping for one that was only on a wednesday as that is my day off. My host family had an aupair last year who went to a school ran by old teachers but it has changed location or something, it's very hard to find infomation on the internet.

Thank you

Ricky

Re: Language Schools

by rudy.viae

There are quite a lot of French classes in the area. You want to look for "cours de FLE" (French as Foreign Language classes). In Antibes itself you can find the "C.I.A" school, check them on http://www.souffle.asso.fr/eng/cia.html
The language centre from the Chamber of Commerce in Nice may also offer courses in Antibes as they have classes a bit everywhere around Nice - their name is Centre d'Etude de langues de la Chambre de Commerce de Nice Tél : 04 92 29 43 06
Otherwise, inquiring at the town hall (mairie)in Antibes would certainly be a good idea.

Travel Tips for Antibes

Antibes, a wonderful surprise

by klassisk

The Old Town, le Vieil Antibes, is a truly authentic unspoilt cobblestoned village far removed from the high tech in the port. I fascinated explored the maze of tiny streets and cobble stoned lanes. It was so romantic lose one's way... every corner was a surprise, till Antibes’ Town Hall and a covered Marchée Provençal. This market was irresistible, just the enticing fragrance of spices and fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, cheese, flowers, honey, jams and other confectionery, fresh and dried herbs are attractively displayed.

Beyond the city centre lies the Cap d'Antibes. The Cap is a lush setting of some very large and very expensive estates, anyway my goal was the lighthouse at the highest point. It was very hard to reach it, but what a great view all over the coast.

If you like taking picture, afeter a day spent on Cap you can captured sunset light and boats' reflections at Port Vauban. The Fort Carré on background will be like a gem in your picture!

Antibes Mosque - Masjid

by Muarrij

For those looking for prayer at a local mosque in Antibes, this is the only one I know off. French style villa building converted for congregational prayers.
Opposite Avenue Du midi.
17 Avenue Du Chataignier, 06600 , Antibes.

Kick it on La Plage

by LostBoyPN

If you like beaches, Antibes has a few for you. Most of them are small, but all of them are fun. Some local women like to go topless so if you're mindful of your kids (or your husband) you should make note. Most areas are free and you can plop yourself wherever you like. If there are umbrellas and/or chairs down, it probably comes with a small fee. The sand is white and soft. Nice to lay out on. All of them are small and most have some kind of eating facility on it, either a cafe or a small sandwich/gelato shop. Sit back and enjoy the water and the views.

Church of the Immaculate Conception

by TRimer

This is Antibes cathedral. The Cathedral was build in the 12th Century on the site of the Roman temple of the Goddess hunting Diane. It was renovated during the 18th century to give it a magnificent neo-classic facade and luxurious baroque interior. The church has a 12th century roman choir and an 18th century baroque nave. It also has a magnificent portrait of Jacques Dole (1710) and another one of Brea (1515).

la Cathédrale d'Antibes

by MM212

Officially known as Notre Dame de l'Immaculée Conception, the Antibes Cathedral lies on the site of the Roman Temple of Diana and Minerva. The Temple was converted into a church in the 5th century, and rebuilt as a church in the 10th century, but due to several destructions and reconstructions in later history, nothing remains of its Roman past. The existing colourful façade dates from the 18th century with substantial renovations made in the 19th century. The Cathedral is located in Vieil Antibes, the old city, up a narrow street next to la Tour Sarrasine.

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