HIGHLIGHTS

 

Boulevard de la Croisette

The gem of the city, the Boulevard de la Croisette, connects the city and the beach and is one of the main tourist attractions in Cannes.

Over 1.86 miles long, la Croisette offers visitors a tour of the legendary hotels, casinos, luxury boutiques, amazing beaches and the Canto port.

Lérins Islands

Across from the bay of Cannes are the Lérins Islands, a Mediterranean archipelago.

With their abundant vegetation and unique wildlife, these islands offer a bucolic environment for resting and discovering the richness of this preserved nature.

Suquet Quarter

Suquet hill is home to Cannes old town, a picturesque quarter where the city originated. There, you can wander through the small streets and climb up their winding stairs.

Also, from here you will have the opportunity to see the rampart and the square tower, as well as to visit the Musée de la Castre. At the foot of the hill is the Old Port of the city, the oldest part, which dates back to 1838.

WHAT TO DO

 

Fort Royal Museum

Fort Royal Museum

From 1st June to 27th October

Explore each Fort Royal and find out what life was like in a 17th century fort. Several tours per day, starting opposite the entrance to the fort.

41st Edition Régates royales

41st Edition Régates royales

From 22nd to 29th September

On the bay of Cannes, don’t miss this classic yachting circuit, the Régates Royales. Come and admire 150 stunning yachts – from 10 to 50 metres long- each. Be impressed!

CONNECTIONS AND RELATED DESTINATIONS

The largest metro area in the Midi area is located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Estaque mountain range.​

Aix-en-Provence is the ancient capital of the historic region of Provence, and it’s a city notorious for the charm of its old town streets and characteristic lifestyle.​

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