If you are staying here for the night and you are looking for a place to hang out at night and have a couple of beers, then you should be heading to Boulevard d' Aguillon where lies a full row of pubs and also loud, happening music...
For over 40 years the legendary "Jazz à Juan" jazz festival has brought the stars to Antibes.
From Bechet, Armstrong to Coltrane, or Miles and the sublime Ella...they've all been here. And it still goes on, as the pine trees are still the rendezvous for the headlining Jazz musicians.
Omara Portuondo, Ibrahim Ferrer, Sharon Jones, Solomon Burke, Chantz, Maceo Parker to name a few.
In Antibes after dinner in one of the many good restaurants there is no better night time experience then to walk along the boulevard and hear the surf break on the rocks below, while the walls, buildings and castle are bathing in light.
The Australian Bar, located on the harbour not too far away from the train station, is a nice place to enjoy a drink in the summer. The outdoor area is quite a big and quiet (you hardly don't hear the noises from the road) and there are (well last summer there were) less people than Boulevard d'Aguillon
A British Pub in France...This is one of several bars/cafes in a row. It is a great place to have a cold drink and people watch before hitting the clubs...
Dress Code: None outside...