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Parc Exflora, Antibes
Categories: Nature & Parks
Parc Exflora is located in Antibes. Our Antibes vacation builder makes visiting Parc Exflora and other Antibes attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Petite balade imposée car nous étions de mariage et les photos étaient a l'intérieur du parc. Joli pour les amateurs de nature et plantes. Mon seul regret, du aux fortes chaleur et au peu d'eau de la ... read more »Stroll imposed because we are wedding and the pictures were inside the Park. Nice for lovers of nature and plants. My only regret of the strong heat and little water in the region, the lack of humidity felt on some and turf. Ban on smoking inside...show original
Je m'attendais à un beau parc verdoyant avec une grande variété de plantes, j'ai trouvé un gazon à moitié brûlé et des arbres, sans plus... Aucune fontaine ni bassin. Antibes manque cruellement de nat... read more »I was expecting a nice Park with a wide variety of plants, I found a half-burned grass and trees, no more... No fountain basin. Antibes in dire need of nature.show original
A Antibes les Pins, vous pourrez passer un bon moment en vous promenant dans ce beau parc. Tranquillité, nature, à deux pas de la mer et de la ville.Antibes les Pins, you can have a good time as you walk through this beautiful park. Tranquillity, nature, close to the sea and the city.show original
Nice Park for a small town.
Plants need a bit more tending to and fountains were dry (although that is probably because it was July). However the biggest turn off (and therefore 1 star) was the fact that dog owners let their pets poo everywhere and don't scoop it up. Gross.
Roland MASUREIf you are passionate about gardens and palm trees, it is not there you will find your happiness. You will see more of floral arrangements and palm trees along the roads of the seaside towns. On the other hand, it is a relaxing place for the inhabitants of the Residence André Malraux. With the exception of the central aisle built sidewalks, gazebo and a few stones, you will see a few rows of olive trees for twenty years, few roses in bloom but largely dominated by the massifs of colourful oleanders. A few plants cacti, without ambition, arranged along the buildings. In short, a stop to do so after the visit Antibes to relax a little. Only downside, the railway line and the noise of trains. Public toilet at €0.30 (with water, SOAP and hand dryers). For parking, use of stores Leclercq, underground, located on the road on the left of the apartment blocks. If you have shopping to do, you will find a dozen shops of any kind.show original
Manrico TennerVery nice and well-kept public park. The extensive grounds invites to linger and relax.show original
Benoit CharbonnierIncredible that a park also great has no public parking! The last straw! In addition the access by car is very poorly indicated or non-existent! In short it can be beautiful and well maintained, it will be without us! Very disappointed!show original
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