Yacht Charter Holidays in Cap d'Antibes: A Fact File
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. Read the full South of France yacht charter guide.
Just a short stop away from the historical and culture-filled city of Antibes, Cap d'Antibes, a place which has attracted the rich and famous for decades with stunning secluded beaches and one of the world's most prestigious hotels: Eden Roc.
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 scenery along the coast.
Things to Consider:
Yachting Seasons & Climate: Warm and dry with a strong breeze throughout the year, Cap d'Antibes is an ideal destination for relaxation. In winter temperatures reach as low as low as 5°C/39°F and as high as 30°C/84°F in the summer when it is best to take advantage of the area's many spectacular beaches.
Clothing to Pack For Your Charter: Natural fibres such as cotton and linen are best for the hottest time of the year and visitors should take a jacket for the evenings when the wind picks up. For religious sites, knees and shoulders should be covered.
Main Ports and Marinas: Port Gallice, Port du Crouton, Port Vauban, Quai Camille Rayon, Port de la Salis
Famous Restaurants & Clubs: Hotel Eden Roc
A Must See Attraction: Garoupe Lighthouse, Chapelle de la Garoupe
Best beaches to visit in your yacht: Plage de la Garoupe Beach, La Salis, Plage des Ondes, Plage du Ponteil, Plage de la Baie des Milliardaires
Local Yacht Events: Antibes Yacht Show, Les Voiles d’Antibes
Best time to go: The South of France is a year-round destination, however the height of the Mediterranean luxury charter season takes place between May and September when the greatest number of events are on. For charters around Antibes without the crowds yet still taking advantage of the excellent summer weather, visit in early spring and from mid-autumn.