Antibes Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church situated in the town of Antibes on the French Riviera, France. It is a national landmark. From the fifth or sixth century a church was based on the site where an agnostic sanctuary had been, The remaining parts of which can be found in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit. It is said that St Paul was captured here on a voyage to Spain in 63 AD. Decimated by the brutes in 1124, the congregation was reconstructed in the mid thirteenth century. The arrangement is with 3 naves.