Often referred to as the Mediterranean's playground, the Côte d'Azur holds true to its nickname due to its vast amount seaside towns that have a variety of flavor. Antibes is a spot that Picasso found refuge in for many years and now is home to a museum dedicated in his honor. Antibes has many harbors that offer moorings for a variety of different types of yachts. In July, Jazz à Juan is a popular tourist attraction that remains one of the top jazz festivals in the world. The famous and glamorous Hotel du Cap-Eden Roc has been around since 1870, and its villa is set at the tip of the cap d'Antibes peninsula, resembling an 18th century chateau.