Le Suquet, Cannes, France
Le Suquet hill is the oldest part of Cannes. You can get to the old city from various sides with picturesque steps where pedestrians are kings.
Admire the view over the city, the port, la Croisette and the Lérins Islands. At the foot of the old town lies the Forville market with typical local shops around it (butchers, charcuteries, fishmongers, bakers, wine merchants, etc…).
Lérins Islands, Cannes, France
For those in search of total relaxation, the Lerins Islands are a must, with restaurants, many picnic areas and unique inlets with crystalline waters to enjoy this haven of peace in all quietude.
Palais des Festivals, Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France
Palais des Festivals
The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès has been created to accommodate the largest festival of cinema in the world. The flagship destination of business tourism, Cannes lives throughout the year at the rhythm of many international and professional events taking place at the Palais.
Musée de la Castre, Rue de la Castre, Cannes, France
The Castre Museum is located in the remains of the medieval castle in Le Suquet. Labeled "Museum of France", it presents collections belonging to the city of Cannes: primitive arts of Himalayas -Tibet, Arctic, pre-Columbian America, Oceania, Mediterranean antiques, musical instruments from the world of Asia, Africa, Oceania , America...
Plage Du Festival, Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France
The Cannes coastline is one of the most popular on the French Riviera with its seven kilometers of sandy beaches.
Rue d'Antibes, Cannes, France
This downtown street hosts a multitude of shops. The biggest brands in the world are represented there; it is the essential avenue of Cannes if you want to go shopping.