Heading to the city of cinema, islands listed as UNESCO World Heritage and discovery of Cap d’Antibes

Known for its fabulous luxury hotel on Cap Eden Roch, and its many coves, Cap d’Antibes is one of the must-see places on the coast. Make a stop at Keller Beach where you will taste the best seafood.

Located in front of Cannes, Lérins islands are a place well known to pleasure boaters. You can enjoy its underwater museum, its turquoise water and the emblematic La Guérite restaurant. You will discover the zen attitude on the island of the monks, drink French wines and taste the south of France specialties at the restaurant La Tonnelle.

For those with a sweet tooth, a pizza catamaran will be waiting for you between the two islands.

Enjoy the exceptional setting of the Cannes’s Bay and its Croisette known for its International Film Festival. A key place on the Côte d’Azur. It is also known for its many famous hotels on the coast such as the Martinez, the Carlton or the Majestic.


Also appreciate the setting of the Mandelieu’s Bay, visit the “la Napoule castle” and have lunch at the restaurant Le Repère.



Take advantage of the exceptional setting of the Bay of Mandelieu and the Esterel with the red rocks. A well-known place on the Côte d'Azur.

1. Pointe de la croisette

Direction the Pointe de la croisette, a place with different panoramic views, whether on the islands, or on the whole bay of Cannes up to Théoule sur Mer.

2. Baôli Cannes

On the Pointe de la Croisette, a festive table for the whole of Cannes, which will find there what to satisfy its desires.

3. Beaches of the Croisette

The beach of the Croisette is a very beautiful beach composed of a sandy part and another of pebbles. It is located along the seafront promenade where it is very pleasant to walk.

4. Old port of Cannes

At the foot of the Suquet and open to the Croisette, this is where yachts, shuttles from the Lerins Islands and fishermen’s boats meet.

5. La Raguette Beach

You can bring a mask, a snorkel and fins to practice snorkeling. You will discover the fauna and flora of the Mediterranean Sea.

6. Beach of the Rague

The beach extends over three coves, on the eastern side of the port, at the foot of a hill of red rock, typical of the region, and dominated by a magnificent castle.

7. Le Repère

Restaurant Le Repère. Located at the Port de la Rague, this gourmet stopover offers a panoramic view of the bay of Cannes and a haven of divine flavors.

8. Port de la Rague

The Port de la Rague is one of the most sumptuous anchorages crossed by a viaduct which makes all its charm, the latter is composed of six arches which makes it a real masterpiece.

9. Swimming between the islands of Lerins

Enjoy a moment in the heart of the turquoise waters that separate the two islands, while having a wild fauna and flora all around you.

10. Try to observe dolphins

After swimming – head out to sea where you can try to spot dolphins.

11. La Salis Beach

Located between Old Antibes and the Cap d’Antibes, the Salis beach is one of the most famous beaches in Antibes and attracts many holidaymakers in summer.

12. La Garoupe beach

The beach of La Garoupe is a white sandy beach sheltered by the steep rocks of the Cap d’Antibes. It is very quiet and located in a wild and idyllic setting.

13. Billionaires' Bay

The next step from Cap d’Antibes is the famous Bay of the Billionaires, which is home to many hotels and luxury villas.

14. Port de l'Olivette

And finally, the port of Olivette is an anchorage point for fishermen located in the shelter of the Cape, which will seduce you with its colors, its turquoise water and its atypical setting.

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