In the heart of the French Riviera
The Gismondi gallery is happy to open its doors after 30 years of closure.
Bringing this mythical place back to life by giving it a facelift is the bet that Divina wishes to make for 2023.
A space dedicated to Art
Modern and contemporary artists rub shoulders with furniture and objects from the 18th century.
It is because we love the art of diversity that we invite you to discover a world without limits.
On the Ramparts of Antibes, right next to the Picasso Museum, we are committed to creating collections for all ages and all tastes.
Gismondi Gallery current exhibitions
Les Remparts, 12 Prom. Amiral de Grasse, 06600 Antibes
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- Castles and palaces
- Churches & chapels
- Ports & Islands
La Garoupe Beach Antibes
La Garoupe Beach Antibes is one of the most famous and exclusive sandy beaches on the Côte-d’Azur, located in a picturesque bay with cliffs.
The Villa Eilenroc
The elegant and opulent Villa Eilenroc, in Antibes, had its heyday during the famous period, which the French refer to as “La Belle Époque” and is today open to the public.
The beautiful and almost magical chapel Saint-Bernardin is located in the middle of the old town of Antibes, and built on Roman foundations and dates from 1581.
Museum for History and Archeology
Historical objects dating back to Roman times are exhibited in the Bastion Saint-André built by the military architect Vauban in 1698 and which is a historical monument.
Chateau de la Garoupe
This magnificent property is today part of a legal settlement and has been seized by the authorities after the suicide of the Russian oligarch Berezovsky.
Picasso museum & Grimaldi castle
At one of the best-located addresses in the old town of Antibes is the Grimaldi Castle, which today houses the Picasso Museum.