Undiscovered gems in the South of France

When leaving Antibes, keep going along the coastal road taking you around the Cap d’Antibes by going through the Boulevard de Bacon (yes, that is its name!). This will then take you to a beautiful spot called the Juan Les Pins. If you are a snorkelling enthusiast, keep your eyes open and steer to the left to spot the old ruins where a lot of fishes congregate and make your experience unforgettable.

The town by itself is a superb place where you can spend several days wandering the narrow French streets where you can shop and enjoy the rustic sights of one of the most preferred resorts of the Rivera.

Here, the long beach stretches between the Golf Juan to the Cap d’Antibes and you can camp up and sit on the powdery sands of the beach while watching yachts that are moving in between ports. Juan Les Pins is a one of a kind coastal destination where you can enjoy a wide variety of ice cream flavors offered by vendors, fish delicacies served by restaurants and souvenirs to bring back home from gift shops.

Upon reaching the Golf Juan, you can also meander along the Pot Camille Rayon where you can have a fill of sights and sounds. There are many restaurants and bars to spend a lazy afternoon or a vibrant evening in, such as the Rio’s Banana bar where you can enjoy a festive dinner and choose from among a wide array of drinks and sumptuous meals that includes mini burgers, brochettes and tapas.

If you move on, your next stop should be Cannes, which is famous for the yearly film festival held there in May. If your holiday is around this month, expect the place to be very busy and exciting as you are most likely to spot film stars here and there.