ANTARES is the largest neutrino telescope in the Northern hemisphere. Located in the Mediterranean Sea, 40 km off-shore Toulon at a depth of about 2500 meters, it is composed of a lattice of 885 photomultiplier tubes mounted on 12 strings. The main scientific goal is the search for cosmic neutrinos coming from galactic and extragalactic sources. Neutrinos are detected through the Cherenkov light emitted along the path of charged particles produced in neutrino interactions inside or in the vicinity of the detector. ANTARES is sensitive to all flavors though it is optimized for muon neutrinos.

The detector has been taking data in its complete configuration since May 2008. The first analysis devoted to the search for neutrinos from the Fermi Bubbles is presented here, using data collected in the period 2007-2010. The Fermi Bubbles are characterized by gamma emission with a E$^{-2}$ spectrum and a relatively constant intensity all over the space. According to a proposed hadronic mechanism for this gamma-ray emission, the Fermi Bubbles can be a source of high-energy neutrinos. No evidence of a neutrino signal from the Fermi Bubbles region was found in the ANTARES data. Upper limits were calculated for different energy cutoffs.