Villa Eilenroc

  • Villa Eilenroc
  • Villa Eilenroc
  • Villa Eilenroc

460, avenue L.D.Beaumont 
06160 Cap d'Antibes

Built at the end of the 19th Century on the plans of the famous architect Charles Garnier, the architect who designed Paris and Monte-Carlo’s opera houses, the Eilenroc Villa, true ecological cathedral at the end of the Antibes Cape, is surrounded by a sumptuous eleven hectares park which earned it the title of “jewel of the Côte d’Azur”. In the heart of this authentic conservation area, the rose garden offers to the public the scents and essences of hundreds of varieties, most of which have been conceived or created in Antibes Juan-les-Pins. Since its creation, it has received many celebrities, such as Leopold of Belgium, Greta Garbo, Rudolf Valentino, the great Duke Nicholas of Russia, and most recently the president François Mitterrand. In 1982, the property was bequeathed to the City of Antibes Juan-les-Pins by its last owner, Mrs L.-D. Beaumont, so that it would welcome guests and prestigious events. During events at Antibes Juan-les-Pins’ Convention center, the Eilenroc Villa can be let to the organizers for galas in collaboration with the services of the Tourism and Convention Office.


  • Total surface area of the Villa with gardens: 11 hectares

Available areas for receptions

  • A 100 m² main room and 2 adjacent rooms.


  • On the esplanade in front of the Villa there is the possibility of installing a marquee for gala dinners, cocktails…

If you need more information, please contact Katerine Ducharlet by phone: +334 22 10 60 30 or by email :