Cannes is probably the French Riviera’s best-known resort town because the famous film festival held here every year. The enchanting Boulevard de la Croisette curves along the Mediterranean coast and is lined with boutique shops, sandy beaches, and grand resorts. There’s also the Allée des Étoiles— the city’s walk of fame. Come to Cannes to enjoy the year-round mild weather, stunning landscapes, great food and shopping and so much more!
Conveniently Located For All Your Vacation Needs. Cannes is the second most popular destination in France (after Paris) and as a silver screen capital and famed tourist city, features a huge amount of tourist infrastructure. Cannes is just 25 miles from Nice International Airport, connecting it to Europe and the rest of the world. Considered to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, the town begins from the Vieux Port (Old Port) and emanates out through many charming districts of the incredible town.
Set Sail off Cannes’ Luxurious Coast. As a premier vacation destination, Cannes’ feature one of the best marinas in Europe. The calm waters are a great place to begin your next boating adventure. Cannes is just about glamor and fame, but also the incredible wildlife and nature reserves located just a stone’s throw away. The Lerins Islands are just one example and feature a small monastery and some incredible views. It’ll be hard to believe that Cannes is just a short sail away from this quiet and traditional place.
Savor the Dolce Vita in Cannes. Cannes is all about savoring the high life. From the great shopping to the luxuriant beaches. More than anything, Cannes is the embodiment of amazing food. As one of the culinary capitals of France, it’s truly hard to beat some of the incredible food you can find here. As a Mediterranean town, it’s hard to beat the Italian food that you can find at Noisette, which is one of the most popular spots in town. Of course, you can find quieter, charming places along the seafront promenade as well. In Cannes, there are just so many options and the most difficult decision you’ll have is choosing when to leave.