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Biot is a very picturesque and well known village which dates back about 2500 years. Close to the famous beaches between Antibes and Nice this village is popular with tourists and still retains much of its natural charm and its feeling of antiquity. Biot is particularly famous for the hand blown glassware made to this day in the village, typically a clear or colored transparent glass with little bubbles. Both historic and modern, a lovely village to visit.
Your new surroundings are waiting to be explored! There’s plenty to see and do in the area.
You'll discover a different side to your destination when you venture further afield.
Pissaladière, socca, soupe au pistou, raviolis niçois, ganses, tourtes de blette… just a few examples of local specialities to enjoy during your stay.
Enjoy a great night in Antibes or Juan les Pins, where you will find plenty of evening entertainment to suit all ages and tastes. There are several bars located in and around the town, some of which are lively, and others that are much quieter and family friendly. Live music and karaoke can be found in some bars during the summer months, and there are also two nightclubs
Every tuesday, Biot welcomes its provencal market; in September, Italy invites itself for an Italian market. Italian market There is an italian market in September, and during all summer a traditionnal market every Tuesday,
It will only take you 10 minutes drive to enjoy the numerous sea excursions and sea safaris on the Riviera
Discover the landscapes of the Brague Valley, and the Brague National Park.
Do not miss Marineland and the performances of killer whales, dolphins, and orcas.
Aquasplash, water park Alpes-Maritimes offers great features with a variety of rides and other themed entertainment.
Biot is located midway between Saint Tropez and the Italian border. If visiting the haunts of the rich and famous appeals, there are the towns of Monaco, Monte Carlo, Nice, Cannes and St Tropez within easy reach. If you prefer the relative quiet (or cool) of the hills, there are numerous hill towns and villages, each with their own special interest. There is also spectacular geology ranging from the stiking red Massif d'Esterel, which creates awe inspiring coastal scenery between Agay and Cannes, to France's own 'Grand Canyon', the Gorge du Verdon with its steep sides leading down to a turquiose river.
The collection of the National Museum of Fernand Leger brings together a unique collection of paintings, ceramics and drawings.
The history & ceramic museum of Biot responds to the need to collect, preserve and present to the public heritage of Biot related to the history of this ancient village, its traditions and pottery production which made it famous for five centuries.
In the Glass Ecomuseum, you will discover the history of Blow Glass Creation, secrets and details of productions.
Biot boasts a large range of historical sites and landmarks from the past, of which the church Saint Marie Madeleine, The Arcades' Square & Migranier's Gate are perfect examples.
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