La Garoupe Gardiole

60-74 chemin de la Garoupe, Cap-d'Antibes, Antibes, 06160, France
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Forum Posts

Lockers available?

by DoctorRichard

Are there lockers available at Antibes railway station?

Re: Lockers available?

by NiceLife

The regular guide to what range of services are available at any SNCF station is here

http://www.gares-en-mouvement.com/infospratiques-service-en-1-frxat.html

No mention is made of left luggage under customer services at Antibes (which is available at Nice Ville for example). So I think the answer is no.

Have you thought about travelling hand-luggage only? Gives you a lot more flexibility.

Travel Tips for Antibes

C'est La Vie

by ski_bum

Everything!!!!! Food, Cheese, Desserts, Pastries, People and the list goes on....
Downtown Antibes would be THE place to see and be seen. My experience shared with the the french family is something I valued most as I get to learn their daily lifestyle and culture.

Cap Antibes and around the cape

by Pavlik_NL

Just South of Antibes is a peninsula shaped rock stretching into the mediterranean sea. On it many villa's and houses of the obviously quite wealthy. A few wonderful beaches are there, but very difficult to reach as for the limited parking facilities. On Cap Antibes one can find several green and beautiful gardens (Jardin Thuret) and the Sanctuary de la Garoupe (an old holy place with chapel and monastry). Rounding the cape one meets the museum Napoleon, in which a collection of memorabilia from his time as well as before.

Villa Eilenroc

by vi1lamote

This Villa is on the southermost tip of Cap D'Antibes and is a fabulous 'belle epoque' villa designed by Charles Garnier who also designed the fabulous Paris Opera House. Built in 1867, the name is an anagram of the name of the first owner's wife, Cornelie. The last owner left the house to the community of Antibes and is accessible to the public from September to June every year only on Wednesdays. Entrance is free and one can wander round downstairs at will but there are guided tours at 9.00 am and 1.30 pm. It is art nouveau at its finest. The garden room has a ceiling in gold leaf, and the bathroom has a bath of solid marble with hot water pipes running through it to ensure that the water kept warm. The gardens allow fabulous views of the coast not otherwise possible on this private part of Antibes, and a little glimpse of the other fabulous private villas around it, including a neighbouring one owned by the Russian millionaires. The trees and rose garden are magnificent. Picnicking in the garden is possible. The public toilets leave much to be desired. Civic events and concerts are often held here. Parking is a matter of chance and is difficult it has to be said. The Villa has entertained many rich and famous visitors during its lifetime.

Views of Old Antibes

by wilocrek

For the best views of Antibes, walk along the coastal road that runs along the old fortress walls, in my opinion these are the views that truly sum up how unique Antibes is. It was cold when I was there, but I can imagine on a sunny day its a wonderful place to soak in some rays and take a load off!

Marineland

by chbuchie

Absolutely wonderful place, a must do yet at the same time heartbreaking to see killer whales in a small water bassin.

I can imagine that this place can be compared to sealife in Florida,
dolphins, seals, sealions and also killer whales entertain you with a couple of shows everyday

also like in most aquatic zoos this place offers a large aquarium with a tunnel to walk through and see sharks, rays and others 'fly' over your head

The entrance ticket can be combined with alternative amusement sites like miniature golf, bird park, animal farm, ...
which at the time of our visit you could combine

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Address: 60-74 chemin de la Garoupe, Cap-d'Antibes, Antibes, 06160, France