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February 2016
From 19/02/16 to 21/02/16 ROTARY rotary-conference-cannes2016.org/en-us/
From 26/02/16 to 28/02/16 GAMES FESTIVAL
The whole world of games for everyone involved in the games market
March 2016
From 06/03/16 to 07/03/16 REAL ESTATE CONFERENCE National convention of real estate specialists
From 15/03/16 to 18/03/16 MIPIM International Real Estate market
From 23/03/16 to 24/03/16 IT MEETING The business meeting of network, telecom, mobility, cloud computing, data center and security
From 03/25/16
to 03/28/16
CANNES SHOPPING FESTIVAL A range of fashion events organized in Cannes
April 2016
From 04/04/16
to 04/07/16
MIPTV International market for audiovisual content
From 04/09/16
to 04/15/16
PERFORMANCE D’ACTEUR France’s leading comedy festival
From 04/13/16
to 04/14/16
HEAVENT MEETINGS The business meeting for business tourism and event
04/30/16 TEDX CANNES Conferences on art, architecture, politics,… in a spirit of sharing
May 2016
From 05/11/16
to 05/22/16
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL The famous festival when all the stars come to Cannes
From 05/13/16
to 05/29/16
GRAND PRIX DE MONACO Formula 1 race around the Monaco
June 2016
From 06/03/16
to 06/06/16
MIDEM International music market
12,17,22, 27/06/16 UEFA EURO 2016 Nice Stadium Allianz Riviera
From 06/18/16 to 06/19/16 CANNES LIONS HEALTH International festival on the health industry
From 06/19/16
to 06/25/16
International advertising festival
July/August 2016
From 07/01/16 to 08/31/16 PYROTECHNICS FESTIVAL International Competition in the bay of Cannes
September 2016
From 09/06/16 to 09/11/16 CANNES YACHTING FESTIVAL International boat show
From 09/09/16 to 09/10/16 COSMETIC SURGERY
Cosmetic surgery, plastic and reconstructive, oculoplastics, dermatology, mesotherapy
October 2016
From 10/03/16 to 10/07/16 TAX FREE WORLD EXHIBITION International show for the duty-free industry
From 10/17/16 to 10/20/16 MIPCOM International market for audiovisual and digital content
November 2016
From 11/08/15 to 11/10/15 MARE DI MODA European Beachwear and underwear Fabrics collection
From 11/09/16 to 11/10/16 MARKETING MEETING The business meeting of digital marketing, customer insight, marketing studies
From 11/16/16 to 11/18/16 MAPIC International trade market for new commercial development and distribution
From 11/22/15 to 11/24/15 WORKPLACE MEETING The business meeting of work environment and procurement
Décember 2016
From 05/12/16 to 08/12/16 ILTM International show for the luxury travel market

Whether you’re a beginner or a practised golfer, come and discover the most beautiful 18-hole golf courses around Cannes.
Close to the coast or in the hinterland, perfect your swing in the unspoilt environment of the prestigious Riviera golf courses.



Just a few miles from La Croisette, there are 10 golf courses to choose from where you can enjoy the game to the full, along with the wonderful scenery.

• Cannes-Mandelieu Old Course www.golfoldcourse.com
• Royal Mougins Golf Club www.royalmougins.fr
• Riviera Golf De Barbossi www.rivieragolf-ddeb.fr
• Golf Country Club de Cannes-Mougins www.golfcannesmougins.com
• Golf-Club de Saint-Donat www.golfsaintdonat.com
• Golf de la Grande Bastide www.opengolfclub.com
• Golf d’Opio-Valbonne www.opengolfclub.com
• Golf du Claux Amic www.claux-amic.com
• Terre Blanche Hôtel Spa Golf Resort www.terre-blanche.com
• Golf & Château de Taulane www.chateau-taulane.com

Click here to see the golf course brochure.

In Cannes


Le Suquet : This is the heart of Cannes.  The historic Suquet area has retained the charm of a Provençal village.  The streets are narrow and the buildings with their coloured shutters are closely joined together.  Tour the ramparts, visit the Castre Museum, the square tower and the church and admire the view of the town, port, la Croisette and the Lérins islands.  Below Le Suquet you’ll find the Old Port of Cannes.


La Croisette : The internationally famous La Croisette is the link between the beach and the town.  It’s an attractive centre and an excellent place for a walk for the local people and for tourists. Over 3km long, it offers a varied walk where you’ll find the major hotels, casinos, luxury shop, beaches and Port Canto on the way to Palm Beach Head.


La Californie : On the heights of Cannes, the residential district of La Californie is not short of beautiful villas. It’s a billionaires’ hill, with each house bigger, more luxurious and better hidden than the others. Once you’re up there you can look down on the whole bay of Cannes from the observation point.

ile de lerins

Lérins islands (Saint Marguerite and Saint Honorat) :  These islands are in the bay of Cannes and less than 20 min away by boat (12€ return per person). They provide a natural, unspoilt haven of peace. The larger of the two, Sainte Marguerite, has a 170 ha wooded park and some of the finest beaches on the French Riviera. The island is also famous for its Vauban Fort, which was a royal prison, where the Man in the Iron Mask was imprisoned.  Saint Honorat is owned by monks and has a monastery dating back to feudal times.

• The capital of the silver screen rolls out the red carpet for you, as if you were a movie star! :
Beyond the Festival, Cannes is its own cinema: it is on display on painted walls, leaves its echoes on the famous steps of the Palais and enjoys itself with passers-by thanks to the film characters spread along La Croisette…
Cinema-themed guided tour  €9 (instead of €10)
– Tour of the town in the cinema tourist train  €9 (instead of €10)

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Marineland : Situated in Antibes, Marineland is a marine park and dolphinarium.  A visit to the park gives young and old alike a chance to admire the unique shows with killer whales, dolphins and sealions.  The theme park also has a water park (Aqua Splash), children’s park (The Far West Farm) and a mini-golf course (Adventure Golf).


FragonardSituated in the perfume town of Grasse, the Fragonard museum (on the 1st floor of the historic factory) has a private collection of perfume bottles, stills, documents and other items relating to the history of the perfume industry from ancient times to the modern day.   The museum is open every day.  Free tours.  There is also a Fragonard shop in rue d’Antibes, just a 5-min walk from the hotel.


Nice : 30 km from Cannes, at the lower end of the Bay of Angels, Nice is the symbol of the French Riviera. Just lose yourself in the narrow streets of the old town, take a stroll along the famous Promenade des Anglais then enter the heart of the city to explore its architectural heritage, parks and gardens.


Monaco : 60 km from Cannes, the principality attracts large numbers of international tourists.  A tour of the old town on the Rock takes you via the Prince’s Palace, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum with its famous aquarium. The Monte Carlo district is famous for its casino, the Hôtel de Paris and the Opera House and its ballets. The Principality is also the setting for a variety of sporting events such as the Monaco Grand Prix, the Monte Carlo car rally and the Monte Carlo Country Club Open Tennis Tournament.


Castre Museum : Situated on the heights of the Le Suquet district, 1 km from the hotel, the Castre Museum is set in the former citadel of the abbots of Lerins.  Here you’ll find exhibitions of Egyptian, Phoenician, Greek and Roman antique art, paintings by local artists retracing the history of Cannes and a collection of musical instruments from all over the world.  From here you can admire the incredible panoramic view over the different parts of the town and across to the Lérins islands.


• La Malmaison Arts Centre : Situated on the boulevard de la Croisette, La Malmaison was set up as a museum in 1983 and renovated in 1993. The ground floor now houses two major exhibitions per year, regularly showing works by famous painters such as Matisse, Ozenfant and Picasso (for whom the French Riviera was a source of inspiration), as well as internationally famous artists from the 20th and 21st centuries such as Miro, Masson, César and the Chinese painter Chu Teh-Chun. These prestigious contemporary collections are given their full value by the intimate nature of the setting and the superbly-proportioned rooms.


rue d'Antibes

Rue d’Antibes : Parallel to La Croisette, this is the place to go for shopping in Cannes, the rue d’Antibes stands out for its urban chic which rivals that of La Croisette. Here you’ll find perfume shops, jewellers, florists, ready-to-wear, sweet shops, tea shops, beauty salons, decoration stores, etc.  All the famous retailers are here: Zara, Mango, La Fnac, Ladurée, Lenôtre, Mage, Diesel, Swatch, Swaroski, Gérard Darel, Kopples, André…


La Croisette : Along the 3km of the famous La Croisette, you’ll find the famous Haute-Couture houses such as Chanel, Dior, Yves-Saint Laurent, luxury ready-to-wear boutiques such as Armani and Céline, prestigious jewellers such as Cartier, Chopard, Ferret, Fred and luxury leather goods shops such as Fendi, Gucci, Hermès, Vuitton, Ferragamo, Lancel…

rue Meynadier

Rue Meynadier : This is the largest pedestrian street in the town and is a colourful, popular shopping street that is pleasant to stroll along. Take time to admire the multi-coloured facades and the frontages of the many shops.  One thing is for sure: you won’t be able to resist the delicious cakes and Provençal specialities on display in the windows.


marché Forville

Forville Market : the finest food market in the region, situated in the Le Suquet area, takes place every day.  This multi-coloured market is bursting with fresh produce brought straight from the Provençal hinterland: lettuce from Fréjus, olives from Grasse, fish freshly caught off the Lérins islands and flowers grown in Antibes…

marché Gambetta

Gambetta Market :  Just 5 min from the hotel, Gambetta Market is open every morning except Monday from 7.00 am to 1.00 pm. Well-known for its clothes and leather goods stalls, the market also offers a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.


Between Estérel and the Lérins Islands, Cannes’ beaches offer seven kilometres of fine sand. Between the public La Bocca and Mourre Rouge beaches, are a large number of private beaches that are more ‘urban’, from boulevard Jean Hibert to La Croisette. For your comfort, Cannes has made two of its beaches “non-smoking”.  One is on the east side of the town (Bijou plage) and the other on the west side, at La Bocca (plage du Rocher).

Public beaches in Cannes:
• Macé public beach (at the start of Boulevard de la Croisette)
• Public beach on the Boulevard du Midi
• Public beach opposite the Palais des Festivals
• Public beach at the top of La Croisette
• Zamenhoff public beach (at the end of Boulevard de la Croisette)

Plan Plages

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