Antibes: our private campsites

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How to find a campsite in Antibes?

If you want to go on holiday in Antibes, it would be wise to make some savings on your accommodation. To do this, do not hesitate to contact the hosts on HomeCamper to easily find your campsite in or around Antibes. By staying directly with the locals, you will enjoy an idyllic setting for your stay!

What to visit in Antibes?

First of all, you should know that the largest marine park in Europe is located in the city of Antibes. Marineland will in fact allow you to approach large marine animals such as dolphins, orcas and sharks. Various activities are available, and it is a visit that we recommend, especially for family stays. Aquasplash will also allows you to enjoy 2,000 metres of slides in the heart of Antibes. Located a stone's throw from the Antibes beach, this water park will seduce your children from the age of 3. The "Fort carré d'Antibes" is also a highly recommended visit, since it will allow you to visit a mindblowing fort built in the 16th century. Located high up on a cliff, this square fort was a defensive post at the time. As you walk along its round path, you will be able to enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea and mountains. The Archaeology Museum of Antibes opens its doors to you on the waterfront in order to help you discover all the archaeological excavations that were carried out in the heart of the city of Antibes. In particular, you will be able to discover many pieces intended for the cult of words. Some of the objects come from underwater excavations. Of course, you can also enjoy idleness with different beaches, but many water activities are also available!

When to go to Antibes?

If you want to enjoy the sun of Antibes, it is recommended to leave between May and September. This will allow you to swim and do various water activities. If you only want to enjoy the sightseeing tours, you can leave in the spring and autumn. However, avoid the winter season as temperatures are cooler and rainfall is also present!


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