Cannes is one of the biggest seaside resort of the French Riviera, which embodies the glamorous and the luxury thanks to its famous Cannes Film Festival ! Beaches alongside the boulevard de la Croisette are mostly hotels' private beaches but there are public sandy beaches of course which extend until Mandelieu-la Napoule on the West and the end of the Croisette on the East.
Excepted luxury and shopping, Cannes has also an historic district, the Suquet with a beautiful panorama on the Bay of Cannes and the Lerins Islands, located in the Bay (15 minutes by boat)
The city of Cannes is blessed with beautiful sandy beaches, with a 7 km coastline. Most of the beaches on the boulevard de la Croisette are hotels' private beaches but there are a lot of public sandy beaches !
Cannes coastline extends from Cannes la Bocca (boulevard du Midi) to the end of the Croisette (direction Golfe-Juan). On some beaches, beach volley areas are available as well as accesses for persons with reduced mobility ; a Handibeach is set up at Bijou Plage at the end of the boulevard la Croisette. .
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- For the amateurs and passionate with shopping, Cannes is a dream place ! The rue d'Antibes is one of main street of the city, because it concentrates the majority of the shops of ready-to-wear clothing and decoration. On the famous Boulevard de la Croisette, there are mainly luxury shops close to the luxury hotels of Cannes. The rue Meynadier is a typical narrow street of the southern village, where you can wander and rush into small typical shops, which dive you into the Provence with its colours and scents.
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Stay in 07/05/2019 in couple
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Tres jolies plages , la ville est très jolie et assez animée en journée
Le maque d'information touristiques données par l'agence , le peu d'animations
Stay in 14/07/2018 in couple
After ski activities
On peut tout visiter à pied et sinon on peut prendre les transports pour aller vers les endroits proches
Le Suquet is the "old-town" of Cannes, located on the hill which overlooks the old port. On the top of the hill, admire the Suquet tower, the chapel Sainte-Anne and the church Notre-Dame-de-l'Espérance : all three are gathered on the same place : place de la Castre.
And do not forget to enjoy the view there !
The Forville Market is an historical local covered market, which is open everyday except on Mondays.
Hidden behind the city hall, you can take a walk between market gardeners, fishermen, cheese makers, butcher and florists ! Forville's car park allows 1 hour free, enough to do your shopping.
The archipelago of the Lérins Islands is visible from Cannes, 15 min by boat maximum. Two big islands form this archipelago : the Sainte-Marguerite island, (the biggest) famous for its fort which would have sheltered the Man in the iron mask and the smallest, the Saint-Honorat island where there is a monastery.
Transparent sea, shady areas under pines and isolated creeks make it the marvel of the Cannes Bay !