Best Times to Visit Antibes
The best time to visit Antibes is in the fall for its lovely weather and waning crowds and hotel rates. Winter is the low season: This is your best chance to score a decent room rate. Spring is another delightful season, but it's also increasingly popular among tourists. Summer is jam-packed with vacationing Parisians, who drive the already high hotel rates even higher.
Average highs in September bob in the mid 70s and even November clings on to the warm weather, with average highs in the low 60s. And many restaurants and attractions remain open, before the wintertime closedown.
This is Antibes' low season, with average temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Although you could catch a good deal on your accommodations, many of the attractions you want to see might be closed. Concierge.com also says, "The climate is Mediterranean -- meaning tepid, wet winters --but you must take into account the mistral, a biting, moaning wind rumored to drive people insane, or at least off the beach."
Spring's average highs range in the upper 50s and lower 70s, and with flora and fauna bursting into life, it's a very picturesque time to visit Antibes.
Antibes peak season is most definitely summer, and this small city brims with vacationers from across the map. The heavy crowds equal high hotel rates. Temperatures tend to stay around 80 degrees.