The Le Florian hotel is also a destination: Cannes. Let’s discover it. Cannes, a town of history and culture
Founded in 997, it had for a long time been a fishing port, in the 19th century the town became a popular winter resort.
The old town, called Le Suquet
The La Castre museum, in the heart of le Suquet
The old harbor ant the Canto port, where luxury yachts and fishermen’s boats mingle
The rue Meynadier,a pedestrian street with a thousand shops
The Forville market, and its local products
The Lérins islands : nested in the bay of Cannes, the Lérins islands are accessible by boats leaving regularly from the old harbor.
Sainte Marguerit island Which you can reach by boat via Trans Côte d'azur shuttle
l'île St Honorat Which you can reach by boat via the Monastére shuttle.
Cannes, a town of leisure
Gastronomy: More than 300 places to receive you, from brasseries to bars, not to mention gastronomic restaurants and small pubs with very reasonable prices.
For more information see the guide of the Cannes restaurants.
Shopping for all budgets, rue d’Antibes, rue Meynadier and on the Croisette
Wellbeing : many establishments open the doors of their spas for a moment of relaxation
Casinos : 3 Casinos in Cannes
Casino Barrière Croisette
The Tourist Office offers guided visits to discover the riches of this destination.
Price: 8 € per person
Duration: about 2 hours
Information and booking: 04.92.99.84.22
Cannes, a town of cinema
The Cannes Film Festival, which took place for the first time on 20 September 1946, takes place every year in May, in the famous Festival Hall. The Film Festival has turned Cannes into a world emblem of the cinema.
The path of the stars: on the Pompidou Esplanade, in front of the Festival Hall, dozens of French and international figures have left their handprints and signatures.
The Firework Festival
Every year, in July and August, Cannes hosts the Firework Festival. Come and admire the fireworks in the bay of Cannes.
This year, the shows will take place on the following dates