Route

It’s aboard the Antibes Juan-les-Pins Little Train that you will discover old Antibes, its pedestrian area, the Peynet museum, the town hall, the Provencal market... you will go past the ramparts to reach to the seaside and see exceptional views of the Old Town between the sea and the mountains.
To finish off the journey, we will pass by Juan-les-Pins which is famous for its Jazz festivals and entertainment.
 

Departure from Antibes, rue de la République
rue George Clemenceau, rue Aubernon, rampe des Saleurs, promenade Amiral de Grasse, avenue du Général Maizière, boulevard Albert 1er, boulevard Maréchal Leclerc, boulevard du cap, chemin des sables, avenue George Gallice, avenue Guy de Maupassant, boulevard Edouard Baudoin.

Departure from Juan-les-Pins, boulevard Edouard Baudoin
avenue George Gallice, chemin des sables, boulevard du cap, boulevard Maréchal Leclerc, avenue Barquier, avenue Maréchal Reille, avenue du 24 août, rue de la République,
 

To complete your visit, consider the offer "Combined Cap d'Antibes Little Train and Bus Ticket", two complementary trips.