Prices of property in Antibes range from €4,500/sq. m. for flats and €5,500/sq. m. on average for houses. Prime properties sell for up to €7,000/sq. m. for apartments and start from €8,500/sq. m. for coastal villas. City has relatively few apartments for sale and most offers are located in buildings that are already 30–40 years old.
The upmarket place to buy real estate in Antibes is the cape where the world’s leading business people, politicians and celebrities own villas. There are very few development properties and wealthy investors are quickly buying up what old estates are left. Houses on the Cap d'Antibes cost up to €30M but €1M will buy a 150 sq m villa with a private pool and an orchard.
Antibes, the Cap d'Antibes and the town of Juan-les-Pins make up a single municipality. The resort is close to the jet-setting destinations of Nice and Cannes and attracts many real estate investors from the Netherlands, UK and Russia. There are gorgeous beaches and one of the largest marinas for yachts on the French Riviera in snug old town. Juan-les-Pins is bustling with life, restaurants, bars and clubs, making it a perfect getaway for younger crowds. The place is famed for the Jazz Festival held every year.