Villeneuve- Loubet is a commune with 14,995 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence- Alpes- Côte d' Azur. It is located in the arrondissement of Grasse on the French Riviera southwest of Cagnes -sur -Mer and consists of the districts Villeneuve- Loubet Plage and Villeneuve -Loubet -Ville.


The old town of Villeneuve- Loubet grouped on a hill - at his feet lies the Loup River, which flows directly into the sea there.

South of the mouth of the Loup is the newer district of Villeneuve- Loubet -Plage, which originated in the fifties. Widely visible from everywhere, the holiday resort of Marina Baie des Anges was built on the beach. It consists of four gigantic, pyramid-shaped high-rise buildings with elegantly curved facade.



With the Italian city Forlimpopoli in Emilia -Romagna maintains Villeneuve- Loubet twinned.


Villeneuve- Loubet is the birthplace of Auguste Escoffier ( 1846-1935 ). He is the famous museum of culinary arts Musée de l'Art Culinaire dedicated, which resides in his birthplace.