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Hôtel Le Pré Catelan
Juan-les-Pins 765 yd from city centre
Located in Juan-les-Pins and renovated in 2019, Hôtel Le Pré Catelan is a hotel just 200 metres from the beach and a 5-minute...
Best Western Astoria
Juan-les-Pins 385 yd from city centre
the Hotel is located in an ideal area to participate to Côte d'Azur summer nights, in a region rich of natural and cultural...
Juan-les-Pins 412 yd from city centre
The Hotel is located in the center of Juan les Pins, in the middle of the Coast d' Azure, 200 meters from the...
Hôtel Belles Rives
Juan-les-Pins 967 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Hotel Belles Rives is Nice (NCE-Cote d'Azur) - 13.9 km / 8.6 mi. Distances are calculated in a...
Juan-les-Pins 298 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Saint Charles is Nice (NCE-Cote d'Azur) - 13.6 km / 8.4 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight...
Juan-les-Pins 462 yd from city centre
To reach the hotel from the autoroute A8, take exit 44 towards Antibes, then follow the signs to Juan-les-Pins.
Hôtel La Résidence
Juan-les-Pins 273 yd from city centre
Location: situated right in the centre of Juan-les-Pins, very close to the beaches, which offer the possibility to practice...
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Located in the commune of Antibes on the Cote d’Azur, (or French Riveria), lies the small resort town of Juan-les-Pins, a massively popular coastal holiday destination. The spa-resort town is a chic, beautiful gem that sits between the cities of Nice and Cannes. Thanks to a casino, a plethora of nightclubs, great shopping, and a stretch of stunning sandy beaches, Juan-les-Pins is a place that remains on top of the travel list for many global travellers. Its location also makes it an ideal base for visiting several other famous towns on the Riviera.
One of the reasons Juan-les-Pins has been such a successful resort town over recent years is its extensive range of accommodation options for visitors, ranging from private villas and small guesthouses to cheap hotels and luxurious hotels.
Neighbourhoods of Juan-les-Pins
As a relatively small town, there are very few defined neighbourhoods. But unsurprisingly, the seafront and bay areas of Juan-les-Pins are the most desirable to spend time in for both locals and tourists. The town is like a web comprised of narrow streets with many ocean views. Antibes is the most famous nearby town. Another popular spot is the old fishing village of Golfe-Juan, famously known for being Napoleon's landing spot in 1815.
What to see and do in Juan-les-Pins
There are lots of things to see and do in Juan-les-Pins. Some of the most popular sights and attractions include:
- The Beaches: The town is blessed with one of the few sandy stretches of the Cote D'Azur. Much of the beach is privately owned by restaurants that cram as many sunbeds as possible into their space. It's hugely busy in summer. There are some smaller stretches of beach with public access, such as the Plage Les Pecheurs, Plage de la Gallice, the Jewel in the Crown, plus the Grande Plage and the Plage du Pont Dulys, which both offer a range of water sports.
- Juan-les-Pins Heritage Trail: The walk takes in over 15 architectural landmarks and places of interest, including La Belle Epoque, Art Deco and Jazz Age.
- Cap d’Antibes Coastal Walk: Quite a challenging trek, but it's worth it for the spectacular views.
- Parc De La Pinede: A wonderfully green oasis of pine trees, flowers and children's playgrounds.
- Musee Picasso: Housed in the Chateau Grimaldi, it features a large collection of Pablo Picasso's artwork.
- Urban Delights: The town has great shopping, nightlife, bars, cafes, restaurants and an excellent casino.
- Ile Ste Marguerite: Off the opposite coast of Cannes, the picturesque island is worth a boat trip for its beauty and historic cultural attractions.
What to eat in Juan-les-Pins
The food culture of Juan-les-Pins reflects the general cuisine of Provence and Southern France. Some of the local dishes to try include:
- Bouillabaisse: The famous fish stew. Every chef and home-cook has their own fish or seafood-packed recipe. It is usually served with aioli, a garlic mayonnaise.
- Pissaladiere: A flatbread containing caramelised onions and anchovies with a distinctive criss-cross pattern.
- Socca: A thin chickpea-flour pancake.
- Ratatouille: A stew of tomatoes, onions, courgettes and aubergines.
- Tapenade: An olive paste served as a dip or spread on toasted baguettes.
- Pastis: This aniseed-flavoured liqueur should be tried at least once.
Typical events and festivals in Juan-les-Pins
Some of the most popular and most highly attended annual occasions in and around Juan-les-Pins include.
- Colombes d’Or Festival: A magic-themed event held in March.
- Festival of Lyrical Art: A collection of classical concerts, operas and other performances held in July.
- Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival: The world-famous event happens every July.
- Piccolo Festival: An October programme featuring events and entertainment for children.
How to move around in Juan-les-Pins
The easiest way to travel around Juan-les-Pins is via the extensive local bus network. There are many bus stops serving a large number of bus lines, providing travel to every corner of the resort town. Private taxis also operate across all of the most significant tourist areas, and once they arrived, there is a lot of exploring that is easy to do on foot. Cars are not recommended for exploring the old, narrow streets.
The climate in Juan-les-Pins
The climate throughout the year in Juan-les-Pins is usually mild to warm. The best weather, and the best time to travel to Juan-les-Pins, is during the summer period between May and October. Summer temperatures are as mild as 20 degrees. In mid-August, it climbs as high as 27 degrees. Juan-les-Pins experiences a lot of rainfall in November, but the weather never truly gets cold, even with extensive precipitation.