Biot Tourist Office
Tel: +33 (0)4 93 65 78 00 Address: 46 Rue St Sébastien 06410 Biot
What's On and Things To Do
Fete de la Musique
A magical day across France with a true celebration of all things musical. Free concerts in the streets, in venues and throughout the country. Always on the 21st June, the festival this year takes place on a Sunday guaranteeing a weekend of musical celebration.
Tour de France 2016
Running from Saturday July 2nd to Sunday July 24th 2016, the 103rd Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,519 kilometres. And eventhough they are not crossing any villages in the direct region, you can still go down to that bar, pub or restaurant and watch the races on big screens ! Enjoy !
The Long Night of Museums
The Long Night of Museums is an annual event where museums across Europe remain open late into the night, and Antibes is no exception. On this occasion, the closing time of the museums is postponed to approximately one in the morning, which allows the public to visit the participating museums by night, and guess what ! It's free !
European Heritage Days
European Heritage Days are an annual event in France where members of the public, and tourists are encourage to immerse themselves in the local history and culture. Museums, churches, and galleries all open their doors to the public for a weekend of celebration ! Check your local tourist office for more information.
Places to visit
La Halle des Verriers de Biot
Fifteen Master Glassmakers draw in the fire the bright material used to shape and give birth to unique objects in the world. Since 1956 the public can visit the workshop of the Masters, so to understand the mysteries of Biot glass manufacturing and admire the skills of the artisans.
Musée Fernand Leger
Considered as a great figure of Contemporary Art, Fernand Leger works, rich and consistent, shined through the first half of the 20th Century. After The War, themes of the City and the Machine took all the attention of the painter. Inspired by the modern life, this artist who lived in New York asserts a "New Realism" dedicated to the plastic beauty of the industrial civilisation, integrating urban signs and mechanical design while the human figure, standardised, is reduced to geometry.
The Historic Centre of Biot
First belonging to the order of the temple, then succeeded by the order of the Knights of Malta, Biot still holds the grandeur of a fortified village with rampart-houses and medieval gates. Since its renaissance in the 15th century, Biot has successfully preserved its charm along with its impressive architecture with engraved stones and mosaic cobbles along flower-decked streets, typically representative of the perched villages of the Mediterranean coast.
Le Provencal Golf
Tel:+33(0)4 93 00 00 57 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public course with 9 holes, floodlit driving range and pro-shop. Possible to book lessons for adults and children. At 95 Avenue Roumanille 06410 Biot-Sophia Antipolis.
Biot Golf Club
Tel:+33(0)4 93 65 08 48
18 hole course, suits all levels of golfers. Open throughout the year. At 1379 Route d'Antibes, 06410 Biot.
Parc Departemental de la Brague
Situated between the Communes of Biot and Valbonne, the Park covers 480 hectares and is located 6km from the Mediterranean Sea. There are five hiking trails around the village of Biot which offer a wide variety of Mediterranean landscapes such as pine groves, oak trees, myrtle, garrigue and cyst. There are also many historic remains along these trails such as old mills, traces of grinding stones for making charcoal and traces of Roman occupation.
Tel:+33 4 93 65 01 59
A 16th century pottery workshop, the kiln has been transformed into a lounge. It has a lovely dining room with vaults, stone, exposed beams and fresh flowers. Address: 11 Chemin Neuf 06410 Biot, France
Café des Arcades
Tel:+33(0)4 93 65 01 04
Perfectly situated at the end of the high street, the Café des Arcades has been run by the same Italian family for over 40 years and serves some of the region's best Provencal food. Frequented by tourists, locals and Royalty alike (the old King of Belgium was a regular diner) the restaurant stays true to its Provencale origins. Address: Place des Arcades 06410 Biot, France