Even though Cannes is very famous for the Film Festival, the place also has a great reputation when it comes to tourism. The comforting weather throughout the year, luxurious hotels, resorts, and restaurants make it a place more than just the glitz and glam. That being said, if you are in Cannes, you should capitalize on it and make the most of it. In this article, we will discuss the things that you do in Cannes.

La Croisette

La Croisette is a famous and iconic street in France. It extends for a mile and is one of the dominating features of Cannes.  This is a place where you will find some of the best hotels in Cannes. Most of these hotels have private beach spaces. La Croisette is a place where you spend some leisure time just by witnessing the awesomeness of what is around. Just sitting down in the sidewalks and stretching your legs will make the day perfect.

 

Marche Forville

The French are generally known for their fresh and daily markets. We do accept the fact it takes a lot to be French, but if there is one French thing that can be done easily is buying some fresh fruits and vegetables from the Marche Forville, which is open all days, except on Mondays. It is an abode of freshness where you can get everything like olives, meat, seafood, fruits, and vegetables. It is actually a great opportunity to hand pick the items you need and cook a meal of your own.

Cannes Yachting Festival

Everyone might have heard about the Cannes Film Festival, but the Cannes Yachting Festival is something most of you might not have heard. It is not just a festival where the luxury yachts are displayed. If you are rich enough, you can actually buy some yachts that are on sale. The festival happens during the month of September every year. It does not matter whether you are buying it or not. It is an opportunity where you can get your hands on some luxurious, sleek and elegant machines on earth.

La Croix Des Grades

La Croix Des Grades actually has an interesting history of how this place became one of the most preferred holiday destinations. It was during the 19th century that British travelers started showing some interest in this place. In the west of the village, a man built a chateau and laid a garden. This later turned into a 200-acre wide public space.

La  Mairie

La Mairie is actually the Town Hall of Cannes. It is really astonishing that the entire building was built within three years. The marvelous architecture was built by Louis Hourlier. There are a lot of restaurants and shops near the building. So make sure to explore everything and make the best of it.

Le Vieux Port

Le Vieux Port is the old port of Cannes. There are a lot of bars in the edges of the port. You witness some humongous yachts docking in the pot while grabbing a drink in these bars. This is one of those places where you can witness how luxurious people can be.