A wide choice of facilities available to stay in Villeneuve-Loubet.
The oldest occupation traces on the city go back to protohistory with an open settlement on several sites. The archeological excavations carried out at Vaugrenier Park, revealed traces of a Roman road and of a huge temple, which testify the Roman presence.
The city was built from 3 territories: the Garde, the Loubet and one part of the Gaudelet. The village was formed at the 13th century close to the castle of Romée de Villeneuve who gave his name to it.
Touched by the wars and the plague epidemic, it knew a lot of vicissitudes during the Middle Ages. In its actual shape, the village dates the 16th century.