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Sat on the port for an hour dreaming one day , that might be us !!
now back down to earth , it a lovely port with some stunning views ,
it's a short walk from the old town and there's seating in the shade...More
I walked around Port Vauban many times during our vacation in Antibes in July 2018. There are many yachts and sail boats here. Many of the key sights of Antibes are visible from here including Fort Carre, The Nomad, Castle Grimaldi (Picasso Museum), etc. I...More
We docked here on the first day of our Regent Seven Seas Cruise, we had to get the tender in due to the limited space. This gave us the opportunity to view some of the amazing yachts on the way in complete with helipads! When...More
Port Vauban is a very pretty port close to the old town of Antibes. Good for a stroll along the water while admiring all the yachts. They come in all sizes, with the big super yachts along the Quai des Millardaires. Dream away !
If in Antibes you'll hardly miss this port. Port Vauban is Europe’s largest marina in tonnage with its 1642 berth places for yachts and superyachts. Impressive sight in all it's splendour. And the setting is not bad as well, with Antibes and Fort Carre in...More
All these super marinas around the world offer a view of how the well off (very well off) live . Hard not to take pictures of the better (bigger) ones.
One in particular was so big it was moored on the outside marina wall. Wow!...More
Plenty of yachts to see but unfortunately couldn't walk down past the "super Yachts". Great views across the bay towards Nice and the snow capped Alps and the fortress, Fort Carre. There is also a great little beach nestled up against the old town's walls...More