from 6 to 17 y.o. | from 20th of march to 29th of october
Located 10 km from Cannes and 25 km from Nice, with 25 km of sandy beaches, 300 days of sun every year and a wide range of activities day and night, Antibes / Juan-les-Pins is a "place to be" for kids and teenagers.
Antibes / Juan-les-Pins is a prosperous and safe city with 75,000 inhabitants located close to Cannes and Nice and not far from Saint-Tropez and Monaco.
The city is easy to get to and has good public transport.
Antibes has a wide range of activities both day and night: lots of outings, activities, sports, an exciting cultural life ...
Antibes is located 10 km from Cannes, 18 km from the Nice airport and 1 h from Saint-Tropez
It's near Paris, 1 h20 by plane and 4 h30 by TGV
It’s easy to get to from all over the world, 7 h by plane from New York, 2 h by plane from European capital cities
A few facts and figures
How to get to Antibes?
By plane : Flights to and from Nice airport from all major European cities and neighboring Mediterranean countries.
By train : TGV (high speed trains) plus local and international train services running to Antibes station.
How can I get around Antibes?
The best way to explore the city is to wander around on foot, bike or scooter. The bus, effectively serving the entire city in a day (10€/week). In the evening, the succession is assured by the many taxis (student's price).
On foot : For short journeys it is best to walk as you avoid traffic and parking problems especially during the holidays.
By bus: The bus service goes all round town during the day. A single ticket costs 1€. A week pass costs 10€
By taxi: After 20:00 our students get special rates with our CIA student card (between 10 and 20€ for 4 people depending on the journey).
What to do in Antibes?
Activities : AquaSplash and Antibesland for thrill-seekers, and Marineland for lovers of dolphins, killer whales and birds of prey!
Going out : You'll be spoilt for choice with Antibes' wide range of bars, pubs and restaurants for all tastes and budgets.
Sports : The list is literally endless and includes swimming, sailing, waterskiing, kayaking, scuba diving, hiking and rock climbing.
Culture : The Picasso Museum, Musée Napoléonien and Fort Carré are a must for art and history fans.
Events : Jazz festival, flower parade, Pyromelodic Festival, Voiles d'Antibes regatta, etc.
What should I wear in Antibes?
In summer: : The weather is very sunny and hot, so bring along light clothes and don’t forget your swimming wear, sunglasses and sun cream! A jacket is useful for cool evenings.
In other seasons: : Although the weather is mild all year round, don't forget to bring along jumpers and jackets!