Exclusive Tour in Cannes

The city of Cannes is undoubtedly the emblem of the renowned Film Festival but also of luxury and modernity. An unforgettable exclusive tour in one of the Provence most desirable destinations of the whole French Riviera.

The history of Cannes, from small fishing village to destination of international stars

Originally Cannes was a small village under the dominion of Lerin’s Monastery, whose main activities were fishing and agriculture. Starting from the XVIII Century the city saw its first demographic and urban development thanks to the French aristocracy which began building summer houses.

The increase of road and maritime transports in XIX Century and the birth of the International Film Festival in 1946 have led Cannes to become one of the most exclusive and glamour cities in Europe.

  • Cannes-landscapes

Our tips on what to see in Cannes

Which are the reasons to make a tour in Cannes?

This unique city combines modernity and antiquity preserving a Mediterranean taste; the old town is the “beating heart”, a tangle of picturesque streets leading to the Old Harbour, to the Castre Tower (today a museum) and to Notre Dame de Pins church, considered the younger sister of the Parisian cathedral.

The Boulevard de la Croisette is the center of the “modern Cannes” populated by luxurious boutiques, exclusive hotels and numerous starred restaurants and cafés.

Fun is guaranteed thanks to the famous Casino (Royal Casino and Casino Barrière) and to various fashionable clubs and discos.

For these and many other reasons, Cannes is a must for an itinerant tour to discover the beauty of Côte d’Azur.

Provencal food and wine of Cannes

Cannes cuisine is typically Provencal with fish as main ingredient; among the most popular dishes it is worth tasting the Soupe au Pistou, a pesto soup or the Bouillabaisse soup, made with blue fish, or the crustaceans.

A bottle of excellent Rosè Bandol or Provencal red wine accompany these exquisite dishes.

For aperitif or cocktail lovers the city of Cannes offers numerous Lounge Bars and pubs as well as traditional restaurants and bistrot.

Beyond Cannes: Sports and Excursions

Cannes, as well as all the cities of Côte d’Azur, offers many activities such as water sports: windsurfing, kitesurfing and water skiing.

Symbol of luxury and elegance is undoubtedly golf, which is practiced all over the country, hosting international competitions such as the famous Lions of Golf.

For daily excursions lovers, it is worth visiting the city of Grasse, renowned for perfumes production, or the Principality of Monaco, a splendid city-State which hosts each year one of the most prestigious and challenging circuits of the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

  • Porto di Cannes

Useful information about Cannes


Cannes’ climate is warm and mild with an average annual temperature of 14.5 °C.

The hottest and driest month of the year is July with summer temperatures between 20 and 35 degrees which can easily reach 40 degrees. Winters are rainy and the lowest temperature is in January (average 7.8° C) but thanks to the city location the cold is not that much intense.

The best period to make a tour in Cannes is definitely from May to September.


  • Carlton Cannes
  • Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez
  • Grand Hotel Cannes
  • Hotel Barrière Le Majestic
  • JW Marriott Cannes

Location of interest for daily trips or travel routes

  • Grasse: 20 km / 40 minutes
  • Nice: 34 km / 45 minutes
  • Monaco: 57 km / 1 hour
  • Saint Tropez: 88 km / 1h 30 minutes
  • Sanremo: 90 km /1h 30 minutes
  • Tolone: 125 km / 1h 30 minutes
  • Marseilles: 130 km / 2 hours
  • Genoa: 230 km / 3 hours
  • Portofino: 260 km / 3h 30 minutes

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