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Port Vauban

quai Combattants Afrique du Nord, 06600, Antibes, France
+33 4 92 91 60 00
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“super yachts” (11 reviews)
“other half” (8 reviews)
“nice walk” (10 reviews)
quai Combattants Afrique du Nord, 06600, Antibes, France
+33 4 92 91 60 00
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Reviewed yesterday

Port Vaiuban has been a safe harbour for sea-going vessels since the Greek and Roman times. It is a deep natural harbour, so is home to some of the most expensive super-yachts in the world. Usmanov's Dilbar - costing over 350 million - has it's...More

Thank 928JohnF
Reviewed yesterday

I'm used to seeing a few nice boats where I used to live in the Uk, but Antibes Port Vauban takes it to another level. There are rows and rows of 'Wannabe' motor boats costing several million, and there is 'Billionaires row' where Dilbar and...More

Thank MaxineAF
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Every night in 10 days we went to the place walking by all the yachts. I haven't seen so many boats more then 100 meters long in one place. It's crazy, to see how the very very rich people are spending their money.

Thank Mads S
Reviewed 21 September 2017

If you are interested in yachts, this is the place, All shapes and sizes of yachts are there, have as much photos as you can..

Thank rafa e
Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

The title says it all. The "big" yachts are owned by billionaires superstars and can be chartered from €940k per week. The whole area is buzzing and is a great place to visit, peruse and eat.

Thank SteMar247
Reviewed 5 September 2017

You used to be able to walk around the port and get a good look at the super yachts. Disappointed to see this is now closed off with security on the gate. Thankfully the rest of Antibes is still as charming as ever

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 3 September 2017

On a recent trip to Nice, and a final day trip to Cannes and Antibes this was always going to the best way to experience all it has to offer. Up a smal staircase and along the town walls is the best way to experience...More

Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

The harbor at Antibes is among the most popular and celebrated on France's Mediterranean coast (along with St-Tropez and Cannes) and it's often a stop for some of the world's biggest super yachts. Like Dilbar, the world's biggest by volume, as some reviewers have noted....More

Thank jg3arrow
Reviewed 25 August 2017

A large marina housing lots of very large, expensive super yachts. Like others on the Riviera, this port oozes ridiculous amounts of money spent on large boats. Can wander through some of the port and pick which yacht you like the best. Some areas cordoned...More

Thank OutnAbout007
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

Peaceful, scenic, clean and with lots to see whilst exercising. I incorporated this area into my morning run along the coast and through Antibes. Lots of lovely yachts and historic scenery to help pass the time. With great sea views from atop the wall.

Thank Princess B
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