Basking in the warmth of the French Riviera, Cannes glows with the sparkle of glamour and exclusive class. This legendary sea-side destination has all the glitz and allure of the French Riviera; Marinas will luxurious yachts, amazing boulevards, private beaches, elegant Belle Epoque hotels, and astounding restaurants.

In a dazzling and charming setting ob Golfe de la Napoule bay, Cannes is favored with a soothing and benign Mediterranean climate. This weather is temperate year-round and best for taking sunbathe by the beach from May through October.

Leafy and lusciously green palm trees complement the streets of Cannes, and subtropical flowers blossom the whole city and give a paradise experience to the visitors.

The prestigious and eminent Film Festival of Cannes has been a crucial event since it started back in 1946. Drawing popular celebrities from around the world, this yearly red-carpet gala has earned an international honor for encouraging the art of film-making.

We tried to give you a detailed Guided Tour of French Rivera’s most beautiful city Cannes, so if you are planning to visit here for your vacations, then this blog is for you.

There are lots of places that give you the reason to visit Cannes. Explore this glamorous resort town on French Riviera and make your vacations extra-memorable. In this blog post, you will get to know about the most attractive destinations in Cannes.

Walk along La Croisette

One of the most attractive streets on the French Riviera, the green palms-lines boulevard is the center of tourist attraction in Cannes. It is complemented with opulent villas, classy boutiques, and lavish Belle Epoque hotels. 

The boulevard stretched along with Palais des Festivals to the lovely La Roseraie. Along the stretch of two-kilometers, a beachfront promenade is a fabulous place for strolling and admiring the soothing sea views. Please note, most of the beaches along this extend ate private. So if you are looking for a Private Tour Cannes kind of thing, then this place is like bliss for you.  

Another spot for water sports lovers and sunbathers is the very famous Port Palm Beach. This public beach is on the western side of Pointe Croisette and has a snack bar and restroom facilities. 

Wander through Le Suquet (Old Town)

Perched on the slopes of Mont Chevalier on the bay and the Le Suquet district represents the real version of a fishing village. In a picturesque hillside, this area offers astounding sights as well as Old World Charm.

It is a traffic-free, pedestrian quarter that complements the narrow old staircases, amusing courtyards, historic remnants, and city’s ancient walls. Explore the old town of Cannes and get to know about its rich history and culture.

Rue Meynadier is one of the old town’s famous shopping streets. This vibrant and buzzing pedestrian street is famous for its classy and high-standard gourmet boutiques. 

Catch a Film at the Festival de Cannes ( In May)

One of the most exciting activities to do on the French Riviera is enjoying Festival de Cannes. This famous red-carpet event is one of the biggest and crucial moments every year in Cannes. 

At this festival, you will get a chance to see and meet famous movie stars and filmmakers from all over the world. 

Originally, Festival de Cannes was started to compete Venice Fil Festival. Its first edition was established in 1946, the festival earned international fame for supporting, encouraging, and promoting the art of films.

Musée de la Castre

Hill overlooked with the Bay of Cannes, Musee de la Castre occupies a renowned historic monument, a medieval castle that was formerly known as the Monastery of Monks. 

This site is surrounded by a Mediterranean garden and exceptionally boasted views of coastline and sea.

The Castle Museum has an extraordinary collection of Mediterranean antiquities, Pre-Columbian and primitive art of the early 19th Century. Many small rooms feature exotic art-pieces from Oceania and the Himalayas. There is also an astounding collection of musical instruments from around the nation.

Here, you get a chance to explore by climbing to the top of the 12th-century tower. This vantage point offers awestruck 360-degrees panoramas of beautiful and luxurious Cannes. This will give you the experience of a special tour to Cannes in a single sight.

 

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