Picasso Museum – Antibes
Founded on the rests of the ancient Greek town of Antipolis, the château Grimaldi used to be a residence of the Monegasque noble family, who gave it their name. It was transformed into the Picasso Museum in 1966. Picasso lived in the castle from september to november 1946 and in this place he realized several works. He left 23 paintings and 44 drawings to the Town of Antibes. Many other paintings have been added during the years, that have considerably enriched the collection. 3 km away from the hotel – 25′ walk or 10′ drive.