From the Garoupe beach, this waterfront walk reveals the beauty of the Cap d’Antibes.
Meandering closer to the waves, the « Sentier du Littoral» winds its way through the walls that protect the large private parks.
It will be a beautiful promenade on the Cap d’Antibes coastline path.
Well laid out, it will offer great views of the coast, Antibes and some masterpieces of architecture such as the Chateau de la Croé and the well known Villa Eilenroc.
Lace up your trainers and discover the landscape!
It was in 1887 that the east side of the Mediterranean coast was named for the first time “La Côte ” and this thanks to the writer Stephen Liégeard.
In his book named “La Côte d’Azur” Liégeard describes the region from Marseille to Genova.
Today, even if the limits are rather blurred, the “French Riviera” is the coastline of the Alpes-Maritimes and the Var.
Nice is the capital of the Riviera.
With its international airport and the second largest airport platform of France it welcomes millions of tourists every year.
Nice also represents the economic capital of the French Riviera and is the fifth biggest municipality regarding the population (after Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse).
For centuries the French Riviera and its capital attract with its mild and sunny climate, marvelous views and chic & bohemian lifestyle.
The French Riviera is the favorite destination for French and annually attracts more and more foreigners from all over the world.