Pierre et Vacances offers holidaymakers a wide range of self-catered apartments, residences and holiday villages. A great choice for families and those who want a little more independence, many P&V properties come with extra space, kitchens, and a variety of amenities such as kids’ clubs, water parks and pools.
P&V Hotels has properties in 350 destinations across Europe, many of them in classic European resorts such as the Spanish costas, the French Riviera, Portugal’s Algarve and the Italian coastline. They also offer a range of luxury ski residences across the Alps.
Family-Friendly Self Catering Accommodation in Antibes
P&V Hotels’ properties suit all budgets, from low cost self-catering apartments and holiday villages to luxurious four and five star residences with spas and gourmet breakfasts available. The French resort of Antibes boasts a couple of P&V properties, providing many of the services the brand is known for, such as quality self-catered apartments, water fun parks and swimming pools.
What to See and Do in Antibes
The French Riviera resort towns of Antibes and Juan-les-Pins are ideal locations for a break, especially during summer when holidaymakers can make use of the miles of fine sandy beaches lining the coast. Other attractions in Antibes include the historic 16th century ramparts of the Fort Carré and the Picasso Museum, located in the impressive Chateau Grimaldi. Families will also enjoy the Antibes Marineland – a series of fun theme parks dedicated to aqua adventures, marine mammals, golf and rides.
Day Trips from Your P&V Hotel in Antibes
More attractions are located in the nearby cities of Cannes and Nice. In Cannes, visitors can walk along the famous La Croisette promenade and visit the celebrated Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall, home of the Cannes Film Festival. In Nice, as well as plenty of shops and restaurants, there is a charming Old Town, which features a striking cathedral and the lovely Cours Saleya flower market.
Nice also has some excellent art galleries, including the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Matisse Museum, the Marc Chagall National Museum and the Fine Arts Museum.