Befikre in Glamorous Cannes!

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  • La Croisette

    La Croisette

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  • Lerins Islands

    Lerins Islands

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  • Forville Market

    Forville Market

Befikre in Glamorous Cannes!

Dharam and Shyra's romantic French escapade took them to glamorous Cannes nestled in the French Riviera. From enjoying Cannes' chic elegance to taking in its sights and sounds to enjoying vibrant evenings at eclectic selection of bars and clubs, prepare to Be Befikre in Cannes!

In Your Cannes Diary Include:

Discoveries of popular attractions such as the Croisette for magnificent views of the bay and its beaches. This elegant promenade borders the ocean and offers unmatched views of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the Croisette is home to prestigious stores and the luxury hotels that have established Cannes' history, including the Carlton, the Martinez, and the Majestic.

A visit to Le Suquet - Cannes' oldest neighbourhood - for bird's eye views of the city. This is where Cannes began. Admire the view over the city, the port, the Croisette, the Iles de Lérins and a sumptuous view  of the Bay of Cannes. We suggest you start your tour of Cannes with the old town. You can reach it from various angles, taking steeply sloping narrow streets, crisscrossed with picturesque flights of winding steps where the pedestrian is king.

The oldest section, "Quai St Pierre", dates back to1838 and accommodates old sailing ships as well as speedboats.  

Visit the ramparts, the Musée de la Castre, the square tower and the church and its medieval streets and the Forville market for a feel of all things local.

Shopping Unlimited at the rue d’Antibes : The rue d’Antibes, the former imperial royal road linking Toulon to Antibes, is the ultimate shopping destination! All the major international High Street names are to be found on Rue d'Antibes. You can also admire its architecture, with buildings dating back to the 19th century, beautiful doors bearing the initials of their first owners, ironwork, and sculptures by Pellegrini dating from 1883 at no. 101 as well as the former Cannes theatre with its facades adorned with masks.

Take a boat ride to Lérins Islands of Saint Marguerite and Saint-Honorat that allow many opportunities to connect with nature. Include visits to the Royal Fort, the Sea Museum and the abbey of Lérins during your time here. 

Take the little ones to Fun City, which offers games and activities ensuring unlimited entertainment or strike a perfect ten at Cannes Bowling!

Getting there

By car: A8 motorway exit no 42 (Mougins-Cannes) or 41 (Mandelieu-Cannes la Bocca)

By air: Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, 30 km from Cannes.

By train: TGV from Paris to Nice, 30 km from Cannes 

 

 


Dharam
and Shyra's romantic French escapade took them to glamorous Cannes nestled in
the French Riviera. From enjoying Cannes' chic elegance to taking in its sights
and sounds to enjoying vibrant evenings at eclectic selection of bars and
clubs, prepare to Be Befikre in Cannes!

In Your Cannes Diary Include:

Discoveries
of popular attractions such as the Croisette for magnificent views of the bay
and its beaches. This elegant promenade borders the ocean and offers unmatched
views of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the Croisette is home to prestigious stores
and the luxury hotels that have established Cannes' history, including the
Carlton, the Martinez, and the Majestic.

A visit to Le Suquet - Cannes' oldest
neighbourhood - for bird's eye views of the city. This
is where Cannes
began. Admire the view over the city, the port, the Croisette, the Iles de
Lérins and a sumptuous view  of the Bay
of Cannes. We suggest you start your tour of Cannes with the old town. You can
reach it from various angles, taking steeply sloping narrow streets,
crisscrossed with picturesque flights of winding steps where the pedestrian is
king.

The oldest section,
"Quai St Pierre", dates back to1838
and accommodates old sailing ships as well as speedboats.
 

Visit
the ramparts,
the
Musée de la Castre, the square tower
and the church
and its medieval streets and the Forville market for a feel of all
things local.

Shopping
Unlimited at the rue d’Antibes :
The rue d’Antibes, the
former imperial royal road linking Toulon to Antibes, is the ultimate shopping destination!
All the major international High Street names are to be found on Rue d'Antibes.
You can also admire its architecture, with buildings dating back to the 19th
century, beautiful doors bearing the initials of their first owners, ironwork,
and sculptures by Pellegrini dating from 1883 at no. 101 as well as the former
Cannes theatre with its facades adorned with masks.




Take a boat ride to Lérin Islands of Sainte Marguerite and Saint-Honorat that allow many opportunities to connect with nature. Include
visits to the Royal Fort, the Sea Museum and the abbey of Lérins during your
time here.

Take
the little ones to Fun City, which offers games and activities ensuring unlimited
entertainment or strike a perfect ten at Cannes Bowling!

Getting there

By car: A8 motorway exit no 42
(Mougins-Cannes) or 41 (Mandelieu-Cannes la Bocca).

By air: Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, 30km from
Cannes.

By
train:
TGV from Paris to Nice, 30 km from Cannes

Dharam
and Shyra's romantic French escapade took them to glamorous Cannes nestled in
the French Riviera. From enjoying Cannes' chic elegance to taking in its sights
and sounds to enjoying vibrant evenings at eclectic selection of bars and
clubs, prepare to Be Befikre in Cannes!

In Your Cannes Diary Include:

Discoveries
of popular attractions such as the Croisette for magnificent views of the bay
and its beaches. This elegant promenade borders the ocean and offers unmatched
views of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the Croisette is home to prestigious stores
and the luxury hotels that have established Cannes' history, including the
Carlton, the Martinez, and the Majestic.

A visit to Le Suquet - Cannes' oldest
neighbourhood - for bird's eye views of the city. This is where Cannes
began. Admire the view over the city, the port, the Croisette, the Iles de
Lérins and a sumptuous view  of the Bay
of Cannes. We suggest you start your tour of Cannes with the old town. You can
reach it from various angles, taking steeply sloping narrow streets,
crisscrossed with picturesque flights of winding steps where the pedestrian is
king.

The oldest section,
"Quai St Pierre", dates back to1838
and accommodates old sailing ships as well as speedboats.

Visit
the ramparts,
the Musée de la Castre, the square tower
and the church and its medieval streets and the Forville market for a feel of all
things local.

Shopping
Unlimited at the rue d’Antibes : The rue d’Antibes, the
former imperial royal road linking Toulon to Antibes, is the ultimate shopping destination!
All the major international High Street names are to be found on Rue d'Antibes.
You can also admire its architecture, with buildings dating back to the 19th
century, beautiful doors bearing the initials of their first owners, ironwork,
and sculptures by Pellegrini dating from 1883 at no. 101 as well as the former
Cannes theatre with its facades adorned with masks.




Take a boat ride to Lérin Islands of Sainte Marguerite and Saint-Honorat that allow many opportunities to connect with nature. Include
visits to the Royal Fort, the Sea Museum and the abbey of Lérins during your
time here.

Take
the little ones to Fun City, which offers games and activities ensuring unlimited
entertainment or strike a perfect ten at Cannes Bowling!

Getting there

By car: A8 motorway exit no 42
(Mougins-Cannes) or 41 (Mandelieu-Cannes la Bocca).

By air: Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, 30km from
Cannes.

By
train: TGV from Paris to Nice, 30 km from Cannes