Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is famous not only for its beautiful nature and seaside resorts but also for its wide range of events. No matter you go to Antibes, Cannes or Nice, each city offers you various exhibitions and parties, concerts, competitions and lots of other things.
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Antibes and its region are an ideal place to listen to music in all its forms! Discover with us the Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival.
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The Côte d’Azur is not just about sea and sand, it’s also a group of quintessential communities full of local history and heritage.
The Lemon Festival is held during winter on the French Riviera. The festival showcases the region’s symbolic fruit – the lemon.
When you come to Antibes for your French lessons, don’t forget to see the sights and check out the spots which truly define this town.
On the occasion of the first festival of the “Gardens of the Côte d’Azur”, we invite you to explore nature and landscape.
Nice Carnival is France’s leading carnival and has been running since the 13th century.
To visit Grasse is to embark on a true sensory journey which will transport you to a magical place.
We present you with the great culinary specialties of Nice
At the Centre International d’Antibes, you can have both: fun and classes in French.
Join the CIA for tailored classes in French and enjoy the great “Jazz à Juan” festival.
The prestigious Cannes Film Festival rolled out the red carpet last Wednesday, and will be running until Sunday May 22nd
By coming to the Centre International d'Antibes, you can be assured of a French language stay of a standard that is attested to by students of over 35 different nationalitiesContact-us