In the 1930s, Juan-les-Pins drew a chic crowd during winter. Today it still attracts young Europeans from many economic backgrounds. Juan-les-Pins is often called a honky-tonk town or the "Coney Island of the Riviera," but anyone who calls it that hasn`t seen Coney Island in a long time. F. Scott Fitzgerald himself has decried it as a "constant carnival."br />
Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Vieil Antibes (Old Town), Musee Picasso, Chemin des Douaniers, Musee Peynet, Cathedral Notre-Dame, Forte Carre, the beaches, and so much more!