La Pinede - Avenue Gallice Juan les Pins
Cap d' Antibes, 06160
International Jazz Festival has made a name for itself as one of those legendary places where jazz sees its memory developed and, above all, its eternal renewal established through young and talented newcomers.
Chateau Grimaldi became the Picasso Museum on 27 December 1966. Picasso stayed there from mid-September to mid-November 1946 and produced a great deal of work. Important 20th century artists representing different art movements are in the collections, including Hartung, Klein, Magnelli, Music, Pagès, Picabia, Pincemin, Raysse, Spoerri, Viallat and many more. On the terrace of the Picasso Museum, there is a permanent exhibition of an excellent collection of sculptures by Germaine Richier. Other artists exhibited there are Joan Miro, Bernard Pagès, Anne and Patrick Poirier.
A recreational seaworld parc
The Marineland park can be visited every day of the year (except during the January closure period), as a family or with friends. It aims to offer visitors the chance to discover the marine world in a spectacular and entertaining manner. Visitors are free to organise their visit as they wish, and all pools are included. There are 3 show pools: the killer whales, the dolphins and the sea-lions. Reservation is not required for entry to the park or to watch the shows. Some specific attractions require a reservation: see VIP area, thematic workshops, groups.
The beauty of the surrounding area, quality of life and exceptional light has inspired numerous famous artists, painters, writers and poets like Chagall, Matisse, Modigliani, Jean Giono, Jacques Prévert, some of whom took up residence in the village. The well-known modern and contemporary art museum Fondation Maeght is located near Saint-Paul.