When you think of Cannes, the first thought goes to Croisette : the long and evocative avenue that runs along the coast: on one side the long golden beach of Cannes, on the other the glittering shop windows, boutiques and luxury hotels.
But Cannes is not just a promenade: do not miss Suquet and Old harbor, today a luxury yacht mooring but once the heart of the city and symbol of its connection with the world of fishing.
Rue Meynadier is the pedestrian street where you can enjoy the view and the palate with the many typical Provençal specialty shops.
For luxury shopping lovers, the compelling stop is “rue d’Antibes”, where you can try out the sparkling high fashion showcases! There is space also for the most typical shopping with the markets where you can buy antiques, clothing, flowers, fish and fruit.
Art and architecture lovers will certainly appreciate the city’s museums such as Malmaison, Musée de la Castre, theSea Museum on the island of Santa Margherita and the Miramar area.
You can also visit the lavender fields, it will leave you with unforgettable memories and beautiful photos.
The black truffle harvest season, which lasts from November to March, attracts lovers of this gastronomic delicacy and lovers of outdoor walks.
This hunt, which involves specially trained dogs, is interesting and adventurous because truffles are precious.