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Activities in Cannes and surroundings

Our beautiful city of Cannes has lush greenery accessible to fans of outdoor sports and fans of green gazebos. These routes scattered around the city form preserved spaces to (re) discover according to the seasons. Around Cannes, there are plenty of cultural and outdoor activities: Saint-Tropez and its Citadelle, Saint-Paul-de-Vence and its Fondation Maeght, Grasse and its perfumes, Antibes and its footpath From the coast ... During your stay in our charming hotel in Cannes, we will be at your disposal to inform you and advise you on activities to be done around.

The Lerins Island

In an idyllic setting with unspoilt nature, these moles in the Mediterranean offer visitors a unique collection combining fauna and flora as well as a singular history mixing the mysteries of the Iron Mask with the tranquility of the Cistercian monks.
The island Sainte-Marguerite, the largest, stretches for 3 km, the Batéguier pond and bird sanctuary at the tip of the Convention. It offers 22 km of trails and several coves.
Saint-Honorat Island, 1,500 meters long and 400 meters wide, is forested with parasol and maritime pines. It houses the monastery of Lérins monks.

Forville market and shopping

The oldest in Cannes, the Forville market, near the Suquet, is the local address for quality fresh products. Herbs of the garrigue, vegetables and fruits of the season, olives, typical condiments, fish of Mediterranean waters, sausages and canner specialties, here we are Locavore. Go through the shopping street Meynadier to arrive to this delicious daily show, dedicated to the flea market on Monday.

Two other markets are dedicated to Provençal products: the market of La Bocca, very diversified, and the market Gambetta, which animates the city center of Cannes every morning (except on Mondays).

Cannes is to the shopping what the steps are at the Palais des Festivals, inescapable! The main address of the Cannes shopping is the Croisette. With its palaces, the Boulevard is the signature of Cannes, it is also the address of the haute couture houses and boutiques of luxury ready-to-wear. Parallel to the Croisette, the rue d'Antibes is more diversified, from fashion boutiques to decorative shops to trendy tearooms. More friendly, the street Meynadier: this pedestrian street that extends the District of Suquet is the historical street of the Cannes trade. 

Forest Natural Park of the Croix-des-Gardes

On the heights of the hills west of Cannes, are 80 hectares of unspoilt vegetation classified Natural Sensitive Area (ENS). This site offers an amazing 360 ° view of the Prealps d'Azur Esterel, on the sea from the Bay of Angels to the Gulf of Saint Tropez, and the Lérins Islands.

Monaco, Eze, Saint Paul de Vence

Monte-Carlo, with its casino, palaces and lush gardens, is synonymous with gambling and extreme luxury all over the world. The Monaco Grand Prix is ​​one of the oldest and most prestigious car races. It is played in the Principality of Monaco, on an urban circuit that crosses the principality.
By its points of view and the beauty of its perched village, Eze is one of the most beautiful sites of the Côte d'Azur. The town is not limited to the village, it begins with its beautiful sandy beaches and includes exceptional hiking trails. Eze has long held its reputation as carnations and tangerines before being known for its exceptional exotic garden and gastronomy.
In its vegetable and mineral setting Saint-Paul de Vence preserves the secret of a simple and inspiring art of living. 26 km from Cannes, standing on its rocky outcrop and surrounded by its ramparts built on the order of François I °, St Paul is certainly one of the most beautiful villages of Provence.

The Coastal Path at Cap d'Antibes

From La Garoupe beach to Villa Eilenroc, this 2.7 km route winds its way through craggy rocks and along the imposing walls of the Garoupe and La Croë castles. It offers an exceptional panorama on the Lérins Islands and the first summits of the Mercantour.

The Maeght Foundation in St-Paul-de-Vence

Located in Saint-Paul de Vence and inaugurated in 1964 by André Malraux, the Maeght Foundation is one of the unmissable places on the French Riviera. Start your visit with the gardens, the chapel and the entrance to the Foundation overlooking the Giacometti Court, then head to the Miro Garden.

On the way to Saint-Tropez

On the way for a getaway under the air of Provence in front of the Mediterranean. Visit Saint-Tropez, its village, its port, Place des Lices, the Citadelle, the Ponche district ... A boat shuttle service is available from the port of Cannes, for only 1h15 crossing.

Fragonard shop in Grasse

In a vast space of 350m², the Fragonard boutique offers all of its worlds: perfumery, cosmetics, but also lifestyle, decoration, fashion, accessories and a very complete selection of exclusive gifts! Get a 15% discount from the hotel.