Plage de la Salis is a popular local beach separated by the Antibes Yacht Club from Ponteil beach just to the east. It's a long stretch of beach also composed of fine, white sand and curving around a protected bay.
Unlike Ponteil, there's a sidewalk and not a tree-lined promenade running along the beach but there's no traffic noise, just the sound of wavelets lapping the shore. This is a free, public beach with lifeguards on duty from mid-June to mid-September and you can rent kayaks and paddleboards or learn to sail at the Yacht club.
There is some parking along the street and also a public parking lot on the eastern edge. Parking is free from September 16 to June 14. Thereafter, it costs €3 for a slot from 8am to 2pm or from 2 to 7pm or €5 for the entire day.
The beach is also at a bus stop for the No 14 bus that connects the coast with the Antibes train station. See Envibus for the schedules.
There are a number of kiosks selling sandwiches and snacks along the beach as well as Poseidon on Ponteil beach which offfers a somewhat more elaborate choice. For a sit-down meal, try Spago across the street from the beach.
There are beach showers stretching along the water line. Public toilets are in the Antibes Yacht Club.