ON COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY
15-16-17 March 1999
Antibes - Juan les Pins (France)
PALAIS DES CONGRES
Square Sydnet Bechet
Tel : +33 (0)4 184.108.40.206
Fax : +33 (0)4 220.127.116.11
Juan-Les-Pins is easily accessible from :
- Nice International Airport : About 25 km
- Juan-Les-Pins railway station : about 30 minutes from Nice Railway
- There is a bus coast line called RCA (Rapides Côte d'Azur) : This
line is running every day from 7.30 morning to 21.15 evening from Nice to
Juan-Les-Pins and stops at the Airport (Terminal 1 - International). The
bus stop in Juan-les-Pins is called "REGENCE". For more information
about the timetable, please contact
the bus information desk upon your arrival. Price is 45,00 FF.
- Rental cars : all major companies are represented
- Taxi : about 300,00 FF from the airport
SEE map of the town with the conference center and the hotel locations
SEE detailed map of the town with the conference center and the hotel
Some of these pointers may be of interest. They are provided for your pleasure
only, we haven't checked them all.
But in any events, don't miss:
http://www.altavista.com/, query "Antibes"
Sites about Antibes (the conference city). It has a picturesque Provencal market once a week, a Picasso museum -- he lived in nearby Vallauris -- and many other attractions (see the Beyond the French Riviera site)
http://www.altavista.com/, query "Cap d'Antibes"
Sites about the Cap d'Antibes, the picturesque peninsula bordering Antibes and
Juan-Les-Pins. You can take a walk all around it, and visit its rose gardens,
and enjoy scuba diving and snorkling on its many beaches. (March would be a
little brisk for a swim, but you're welcome to try!)
Try also other queries of interest, like "Cannes", "Nice, FRANCE", "Riviera", "Provence"
The official site of Antibes.
Cultural manifestations in Antibes, city office directory.
The official site of the Cote d'Azur tourist association, with an emphasis on
Some thematic (many!) pointers gathered by a researcher at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis. Some of them are outdated, but many remain.
Site maintained by tourist association of the Riviera.
*The* best site about the back-country of Provence, from Marseille to Nice,
displays many attractions by themes (gastronomy, markets, trecking, hiking,
skiing, boating, museums) with lots of practical information (schedules,
holidays, price, misc. preparation). Has tons of info on the little charming villages. Best if
you have a car, but enough on Cannes, Antibes, Nice if you go around by train.
CG'99 FURTHER INFORMATION
2004 Route des Lucioles - B.P. 93
06902 Sophia Antipolis Cedex
Tel : +33 (0)18.104.22.168.64
Fax : +33 (0)4 22.214.171.124
Email : Monique.Simonetti@sophia.inria.fr