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Walk on the Promenade de la croisette, the true heart of Cannes

Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes

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Facing the bay of Cannes and the Estérel massif, two spots of beauty, the Lérins Islands. Archipelago of legends, Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat are two unique jewels where natural and cultural heritage shine. These islands are the unmissable rendezvous of a stay in Cannes.

After a few minutes by boat from Cannes, Sainte-Marguerite Island offers you an exceptional site where nature, culture and relaxation come together in harmony. Barely disembarked, you will be seized by the scents of pine and eucalyptus and by the fullness of this place with multiple activities. The best way to discover its true nature is certainly to take the marked trails, which offer a botanical and historical discovery of the site.
You will walk from the Batéguier pond with its many species of migratory birds to the tip of the Convention to discover the different plant species; then a visit to Fort Royal, former residence of the Iron Mask is a must and will allow you to understand the strategic role played by the island. Do not miss the Museum of the Sea housed in the fortified enclosure, which enlightens the visitor on the history of the site. Finally, for lovers of
pure relaxation, Sainte-Marguerite Island is a must.


The Forville market is the historic market of the city of Cannes. It is located at the foot of the old town, there is local fishing, fruit, vegetables, charcuterie, olives, it is a pure Provençal market entirely covered.

Regional specialties


Cannes has its Chemin des Etoiles in front of the Palais des Festivals. There, as here, the stars leave their signatures and their handprints. Here and there, it is often the same people that the Croisette invites to leave a part of themselves to posterity.



At the foot of the Suquet hill, the Old Port and the Quai Saint-Pierre: this is where it all began. An essential site in the Cannes landscape, the Old Port owes a lot to Lord Brougham. This place of life in perpetual motion is the natural link between the glittering Cannes and the historic district of Le Suquet.

Cannes is a French commune of the Pays de Lérins located in the Alpes-Maritimes department, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Its inhabitants are called Cannes.
Ligurian fishing village during Antiquity, linked to the legends of Saint-Honorat and the man in the iron mask on the Lérins islands off the bay of Cannes, health resort and seaside resort on the Côte d'Azur in the 19th century century, the city took off with the construction of vacation homes by English and Russian aristocrats and then, from the beginning of the 20th century, luxury hotels for wealthy tourists, constituting its architectural heritage.