Located between Cagnes-sur-Mer and Antibes, Villeneuve-Loubet is on the Mediterranean coast. This charming seaside resort in the French Riviera is a popular tourist destination for families, and a preferred stopping point for professionals on business trips in the south of France. Book your stay in Villeneuve-Loubet for a sunny holiday to the soundtrack of the famous cicadas, at an affordable price!
During your stay on the shores of the Bay of Angels, you can enjoy the comfort of an air-conditioned, soundproofed room equipped with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen television.
From the B&B Hotel Villeneuve Loubet Village you can easily reach Nice and its Promenade des Anglais. The hotel, only 300 metres from the sea, provides easy access to the Parc Marineland d’Antibes (2 kilometres away) and theMarina Baie des Anges. Don’t delay—book your stay in Villeneuve-Loubet today!
Feel like taking advantage of your weekend stay to enjoy the beaches of southern France? Discover our B&B Hôtel Villeneuve Loubet Plage.
The hotel is perfectly located, near the city centre and only 3.5 kilometres from the Villeneuve-Loubet SNCF train station. It’s perfect for visiting the surrounding area by train during your stay: Bourges, the Château de Valençay...
Built on the hillside facing the sea, where you can find traces of human settlement dating back to Roman Antiquity and the High Middle Ages, Villeneuve-Loubet is particularly famous for having hosted François I in its castle when he visited in 1538 on the invitation of Pope Paul III to end the Wars of Italy against Emperor Charles V.
For a romantic walk or a morning jog in an enchanting setting, head for the shaded paths of the Parc de Vaugrenier, south of Villeneuve-Loubet. You and your family can also visit the marine zoological park of Marineland d’Antibes or walk along the trails of the Massif du Mercantour, one of the wildest nature parks in France.
The Villeneuve-Loubet fortress was built in the 12th century. This testimony to the city’s medieval past can be visited 2 Sundays per month and more frequently during the summer. The city’s other major historic sites include the Château des Beaumettes, with its neo-Palladian facade, and the Château de Vaugrenier, built at the end of the 16th century. The lively streets of the Provençal village, as well as the Tour de la Madone, the keep of the old fortified castle of La Garde, are also worth a visit.
Among the city’s major events, don’t miss the Truffle Day in January, where you can discover some delicious examples of this exceptional mushroom! All summer long, the music scene is in the spotlight, with the Festival Scènes du Monde, which showcases numerous international artists. Not far from Villeneuve-Loubet, you can also attend the Carnival of Niceand the Battle of Flowers or the Nice Jazz Festival in July.