Villeneuve-Loubet is a city of the Alpes-Maritimes located in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. Located half-way between Monaco and Cannes, it enjoys a privileged location on the French Riviera. It offers large, wooded areas thanks to the two county parks it houses, but it also has a long coastline made of pebbly beaches and sand. Villeneuve Loubet holds a rich history that promises attractive visits, it is mostly a destination offering many events and various events throughout the year for families and visitors to the area to find entertainment at any time.
5 km from the prestigious town of Antibes-Juan-les-Pins and 10 km from the mythical Promenade des Anglais in Nice, the town is nicknamed the “Natural Heart of the French Riviera”. On the seaside, there is 4 km of beaches to enjoy the exquisite feeling of a year-round holiday. On the land side, the medieval village comes to life peacefully around its small shops and markets under the gaze of the fortified castle.
Villeneuve Loubet has plenty to do during your stay. You could visit the Escoffier Culinary Art Museum, the only French museum dedicated to French gastronomy and culinary art. There is also the Museum of History and Art of the old village, which offers a unique collection dedicated to the history of the French army in the 20th century.
Going on a walk in Villeneuve Loubet makes for a great activity as there is so much to see. Go to the Marina Baie des Anges for a peaceful walk along the marina port. Walk along the promenade by the sea where there is a market sometimes.
The town benefits from 5 km of coastline, which includes 4 beaches. There is also the sandy Loup Beach which has been made accessible to people with reduced mobility.
July is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in July averages 22.6 °C. January is the coldest month, with temperatures averaging 6.0 °C. On average there are 104.22 hours of sunshine per month.
Villeneuve Loubet is a ideal 10 minute drive from Nice Airport.