Toilet facilities: It is a legal requirement in France that public places must have an accessible toilet, however the reality differs especially in smaller cafés or older towns. There are numerous automated pay-per-use toilet cubicles along the French Riviera all offering access for wheels, however there is a free disabled access toilet in Antibes on rue de Tourraque (by the remparts), or near to the entrance of plage Gravette. Fleur de Café in Antibes (see ‘Eat and drink – ANTIBES’) offers a stroller-friendly place for families to have a coffee with a dedicated changing table for babies. Larger hotels have stricter accessibility regulations and will generally have a fully accessible toilet.
Nice International Airport: Special facilities exist for families and passengers with reduced mobility. Please read my posting ‘General Information – NICE AIRPORT (Aeroport Nice Cote d’Azur)