Learn, discover and have fun!
Marineland opened in 1970 to give both young and less young a chance to discover the immense wealth of our oceans. With fascinating shows and educational encounters, you’ll better understand the sea and its inhabitants.
Keep your eyes and ears wide open: a wonderful world awaits!
There are plenty of opportunities to discover the world of the sea during your day at Marineland. See the great sea mammals at one of the many shows featuring killer whales, dolphins or sea lions.
Did you know that killer whales don’t have any natural predators? Do you know the difference between a sea lion and a seal? Members of the educational team are available throughout the park to answer all your questions!
Discover the bond between the animals and their keepers while meeting fascinating animals and passionate keepers: during a group session, get up close and personal with dolphins, sea lions, sharks and killer whales. Guaranteed thrills!
Attractions subject to conditions and upon advanced booking only.
Annual closing: from January 7th to February 7th, 2019
Kid’s farm: a fun, educational and ecological approach to animals!
The keepers will take you on an interactive experience with the animals: admire the babies with their mothers, watch the animals being fed, pet the rabbits, visit the exhibits of the nocturnal animals (rats, mice, gerbils, ferrets), pot-bellied pigs, miniature ponies and more.
An experience full of encounters and chances to get up close with oceans of species.
Discover the joys and laughter of minigolf as a family or with friends in a brand-new park with 3 courses! Get ready to play!
A safe experience up close with the animals!
Enjoy a relaxing day with the dolphins! A private beach, a swim with these mythical creatures, all-you-can-eat food and all the shows in Marineland.
A FUN DAY AS A FAMILY OR WITH FRIENDS!
Aquasplash is one of the biggest waterparks in the Côte d’Azur with more than 2,000 metres of slides in a 20,000 m² park.
Enjoy the straight or winding slides, lagoon, the legendary wave pool and the blue racing slides that bring the excitement year in and year out.
Speed, acceleration, jolts and thrills! Older kids will find plenty of surprises at the water park on the Space Boat, Side Winder, Black Canon or Turbolance. As for the little ones, they can safely discover the excitement of water slides at the Lazy River, the Kid’s Pool, or Pirate’s Island!
For a seaside holiday visiting the Côte d’Azur or for enjoying the activities at MARINELAND, the 3-star hotel features 95 quality rooms including 5 suites.
The animals of the park are the theme for our rooms, designed with both families and business guests in mind.
• Free Wi-Fi in the lobby and the restaurant
• Wake-up calls
• Parking and swimming pool
– All buildings are equipped with a room accessible to people with reduced mobility.
– Amenities in the rooms and suites:
• Flat-screen TV
• Air conditioning
• Wardrobe / hanging rail
• Bathroom, shower, toilet
• Hospitality kit
• Wake-up calls
SEA VIEW ROOMS OR STANDARD ROOMS 27 m²
Room capacity: sleeps 4 (2 adults and 2 children)
Adjoining rooms available upon request
SEA VIEW SUITES OR STANDARD SUITES 54 m²
Room capacity: up to 6 people (4 adults and 2 children)
Additional amenities: office, living area, coffee machine
A seaside casino: a complete leisure complex where you can play the slot machines, black jack, roulette, electronic roulette and more.
Not to mention the Comptoir JOA restaurant with its seafront terrace and the La Siesta Beach Club private beach! A legendary site both day and night, all summer long.
The activities at La Siesta Beach Club are open to the whole family.
Open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. (4 a.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and the day before a holiday)
Free car park (300 spots)
ID required, appropriate dress required.
Juan-les-Pins beach resort in Antibes is famous around the world for having “invented” the summer season in the 1920s. The resort is ideally located on a peninsula right on the water.
With the intense blue waters of the Mediterranean as a backdrop, Juan-les-Pins has 25 km of coastline dotted with white sandy beaches, sunny coves, exceptional spots for scuba diving and beautiful seascapes.
Enjoy all types of seaside activities: swimming, beachside restaurants, water skiing, scuba diving, sailing, wind surfing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, parasailing and more
The beaches of the coast have the Blue Flag label that awards policies combining tourist development and environmental protections.
THE VALBONNE SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS AQUATIC CENTRE HAS 4 COMPLEMENTARY AREAS:
A swimming area with a lap pool (6 lanes), a leisure/relaxation pool, an access pool, a kid’s pool and a recreational outside pool.
A fitness area (cardio training, weight room, group fitness classes…)
A wellness area with a sauna, hammam and jacuzzi.
A restaurant for a snack or a meal.
A WELLNESS AND VITALITY OASIS OF MORE THAN 3,700 M²!
The RECREA team welcomes you to a blissful setting dedicated to sports, relaxation and wellness.
Open 7 days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Enjoy unlimited access to our weekly classes (aqua fitness, cardio-training, weight lifting, etc.) with our OCEANE membership packages.
The complex is open all day, but some time slots are reserved for clubs and associations. More info on the Nautipolis website or by phone at +33 (0)9 71 00 21 30.
The Sophia Antipolis technology park, known around the world for scientific and technological research and development, is located on an exceptional site of 2,400 hectares between the sea and the mountains.
In 1969, Sophia Antipolis was a small business park and became by the end of the 1970s a thriving technology park. Internationally-renowned companies, research institutes, universities and major schools now call the town of Biot Sophia Antipolis home.
In 1960, Pierre Laffitte, founder of Sophia Antipolis, wanted to create a “Countryside Latin Quarter” based on professional exchanges and scientific research, encouraged by cultural exchanges in a natural environment. At the time, people were leaving the city centres. Pierre Laffitte summarised his idea in a catchphrase: “cross-fertilisation” – research, businesses and higher education.
In 1969 the idea became a reality in the middle of the scrubland of the Valbonne Plateau. Pierre Laffitte came up with the name when he was director of the Ecole des Mines School in Paris, though it was only in 1985 that it was baptised. His wife Sophie inspired the first part of the name as well as a square in the park, Place Sophie Laffitte. The second part, Antipolis, is the name of Antibes in Ancient Greek.