Cannes is located
in the south of France and best known for it's annual Film Festival
and has become an chic city that is known world-wide with people
from all over the world owning holiday homes here.
Le Suquet is the old town and named after the hill on which it gives great views of the miles of Cannes beaches. The summit contains the remains of the fortified priory lived in by Cannes' eleventh-century monks and the stunning twelfth-century chapelle Ste-Anne. To find non-paying beaches go to the west of Le Suquet, along the Plages du Midi and just east of the Palais des Festivals.
Cannes, has a lot
to offer for shoppers from famous French and international brand
The rue d'Antibes is a fantastic shopping area which since recent renovation has become even greater with side streets being pedestrian only.
Museum - 12th century museum which used to be the castle
belonging to the monks of Lérins as Saint Anne's Chapel.
des Pins Church - designed by the architect Cavallin,
its foundation stone has been laid in 1922. Architecture is of
numerous style periods including baroque gothic.
Marguerite Island - a large forest which hold a
rich past with the presence of Roman, Spanish and French heritage.
Villa Domergue - designed
in 1936 by artist, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, in the Venetian style.
Villa Rothschild and gardens - a neo-gothic style villa and gardens built in the 19th Century. The gardens are typically Mediterranean and are an horticulturists dream to see.
Cannes Mandelieu maintains a variety of private, charter,
and corporate flights. It is located approximately five minutes
from downtown Cannes. Conference rooms are also located on the
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