The French Riviera

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  • Commune Libre du Safranier

    1. Commune Libre du Safranier


    A few blocks south of the Château Grimaldi is the Commune Libre du Safranier, a magical little neighborhood with a character (and mayor) all...Read More

    Commune Libre du Safranier
  • 2. Allée de la Liberté Markets


    Shaded by plane trees and sheltering a sandy pétanque field (occupied around the clock by distinctly unglamorous grandfathers inured to the...Read More

  • 3. Cours Masséna


    To visit old Antibes, stroll the Cours Masséna, where every day 6–1 (except Monday September–May) a sheltered Provençal market sells lemons...Read More

  • 4. Cours Saleya

    Old Town | Neighborhood/Street

    This long pedestrian thoroughfare—half street, half square—is the nerve center of Old Nice, the heart of the Vieille Ville, and the stage-set...Read More

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  • 5. La Croisette


    Head to this famous waterfront promenade—which runs for 1.6 km (1 mile) from its western terminus by the Palais des Festivals—and allow the...Read More

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  • 6. Le Suquet


    Climb up Rue St-Antoine into the picturesque Vieille Ville neighborhood known as Le Suquet, on the site of the original Roman castrum. Shops...Read More

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  • 7. Rue d'Antibes


    Two blocks behind La Croisette lies this high-end shopping street. At its western end is Rue Meynadier, packed tight with trendy clothing boutiques...Read More

  • 8. Rue Meynadier


    You may not notice the pretty 18th-century houses that once formed the main street of Cannes, so distracting are the boutiques they now contain...Read More

  • 9. Rue Obscure


    Running parallel to the waterfront, the extraordinary 14th-century Rue Obscure ("Dark Street") is entirely covered by vaulted arcades; it sheltered...Read More

  • 10. Rue St-Michel


    Serving as the main commercial artery of the Vieille Ville, Rue St-Michel is lined with shops, cafés, and orange trees. ...Read More

  • 11. Vieille Ville


    Go down the steps to Rue Mirabeau and lose yourself in the dense labyrinth of the Vieille Ville, where steep, narrow streets are thrown into...Read More

  • 12. Vieux Port


    Sparkling at the foot of Le Suquet, this narrow, well-protected port harbors a fascinating lineup of luxury yachts and slick little pleasure...Read More

  • 13. Vieux Port


    Bordered by Quai de l'Épi, Quai Bouchard, Quai Peri, Quai Suffren, and Quai Jean Jaurès, Vieux Port is a place for strolling and looking over...Read More

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