Cap d’Antibes Yacht Charters, France
Antibes and Juans-le-Pins have 48 beaches to discover on your luxury yacht charter, and some of the most famous and secluded are located around Cap d'Antibes. There are numerous ports for a week-long stopover or a short break and Port Gallice, Port Vauban and Port de la Salis are some of the most popular for quick access to the region's incredible scenery and culture. Go here for the Antibes guide or here the full South of France guide.
Yachting Hot Spots:
Cap d'Antibes is just a short stop away from the historical and culture-filled city of Antibes and is a place that has attracted the rich and famous for decades with stunning secluded beaches and one of the world's most prestigious hotels: Eden Roc.
In the past the hotel has welcomed such figures as Marlene Dietrich, Picasso, Scott Fitzgerald and Winston Churchill and attracts many modern Hollywood A-listers and royals from across the world. Savour French Cuisine at its finest and take in the impressive clifftop views at the restaurant, then wear off you meal with a stroll through the forested paths.
Water sports enthusiasts will have plenty of opportunities to learn how to jet ski or use a flyboard while the rest of the group sets out on the paddleboards or kayaks to get close to the next amazing sight just around the bend. Visit the grottoes of Plage de la Baie des Milliardaires or the soft sands of Plage de la Garoupe Beach and enjoy time spent with family and friends with excellent visibility in the water and plenty of sights along the coast.
Cap d’Antibes Yacht Rental Seasons and More Info:
The weather follow the trend of the rest of the Cote d’Azur and guests can expect mild temperatures year round reaching a high of 28°C/82°F in the summer and a gentle 6°C/43°F in the winter. May to August are the driest months, however should it rain during these months guests are often treated to dramatic accompanying thunderstorms. The weather offers stable temperatures throughout the year and the height of summer in July sees an average of 23°C/73°F. July is also the driest month, with the wettest being October continuing into November. During the summer months there is a superb 70% chance of sunshine without cloud cover during the daytime hours. Temperatures enter the 20s/70s in May and remain warm throughout the afternoon until late September/early October. For the evenings, guests should take an extra layer as the winds feel cooler after sundown.
To read more about the French charter seasons and best time of year to travel, or to receive itineraries and expert advice about your French Riviera yacht charter, please see the full South of France charter guide here.
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