Sailing & Yachting
Sailing: Look out to sea in Antibes on any warm day (even in winter) and you’ll see a swarm of Optimist dinghies strung across the bay as people learn to sail. You’ll find the very popular sailing club of Antibes on a small rocky spit of land at the end of Salis Beach, where you can sign up for sailing and windsurfing lessons, rent catamarans and dinghies, or paddleboards and kayaks.
Yacht charter: Antibes is one of the biggest global centres for yachting, so you have plenty to choose from if you’re looking to charter a yacht for a week (or longer.) See our Antibes yachts for charter or Antibes yacht brokers for details. Look at our boat trips and for boat charter guides further information on planning and booking a yacht charter on the Riviera.
Day Boat Rental: Antibes has plenty of small boats to hire for the day, whether you’re looking to hire through a dedicated company with crew, or just want to rent a little dinghy from one of the small local boat owners in the port (you’ll see signs up.) For more information on renting a day boat on the Riviera, read our boat charter guides.
Boat Excursions: There are organised boat trips you can take, whether it’s to swim with dolphins, go deep sea fishing or just gawking at the villas perched on the rock in ‘Millionaire’s Bay.’ From Juan les Pins you can take glass bottomed boats and small ferry rides.
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