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For all administrative and technical questions: » Contact: Town of ANTIBES - Direction de la Commande Publique - Monsieur Guillaume BLAIS Email: Tél. : +33 (0)4 92 90 52 76 » The full consultation file is available online (to download) on the public tenders platform of the Alpes-Maritimes region: » Within the context of consultation, tours are programmed but must be reserved in advance. These tours will take place at 10am from the Harbour Master’s Office in Port Gallice on: » The information is also accessible on the Port Gallice web site:

Port Gallice An invitation to administer, manage and develop Port Gallice, Antibes. Antibes, a historical town with a wealth of outstanding archi- sailors from all seas. Port Gallice was inaugurated in 1967. the Lerins Islands (2.5 miles) and the towns of Cannes, Monaco, St Tropez and Nice with its international airport. The Town of Antibes is intent on continuing its development and making Port Gallice the Port of the third millennium, oriented development, with advanced information and environmental heart of Cap d’Antibes. The Town of Antibes intends to make Port Gallice into a global reference point of ports. To achieve this goal, proposals are invited for Outsourcing the Public Services and the development of the Port into the third millennium centred on these three aspects. Port Gallice will be the natural interface between Antibes, levels will be based on innovative information technologies to meet the high demands of its visitors. becomes an outstanding example of sustainable development and continued certification “Ports propres” (Clean awarded in 2014, and other awards. strengthening its nautical sector and its attractiveness to ities and commercial activities linked to the port. facilities within the 6,600 m2 perimeter of maritime public land adjoining the port area, subject to restrictions.

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