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Cap d'Antibes has been an exclusive playground for the glittery rich since the 19th century. Everyone from the Duchess of Windsor to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Madonna have come here. Picasso once called Antibes home, and it remains one of the prettiest medieval towns along the Med. Stroll through its winding streets and admire the super yachts docked in the harbor.
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- Art and Culture
- Feast your eyes at the Musée Picasso in Antibes, housed inside the Château Grimaldi. There are more than 300 of his works here, mounted in the rooms where they were created.
- In Cap d'Antibes, follow the Sentier Tirepoil footpath, which winds along 50-foot cliffs and offers incredible sea views.
- Relive the Riviera's Gilded Age at Villa Eilenroc at the tip of Cap d'Antibes' peninsula. Once the forgetaway of Greta Garbo and Aristotle Onassis, the villa has a 1,001 Nights ceiling mural and elegantly manicured gardens.
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