The Old Port of Cannes is an entry point to Le Suquet, this picturesque, quintessentially Provençal neighbourhood with a rich architectural heritage. In the shade of the old buildings, you will delight in wandering through its narrow streets, dating back to medieval times. Enjoy the shaded square and the Notre-Dame d’Espérance Church, visit the Castre Museum or admire the view from the castle overlooking the hill. Or you may prefer a spot of window-shopping, taking in the famous luxury boutiques that line the Croisette, or trying your luck in one of the casinos. If all that seems like hard work, you can always relax and unwind on one of Cannes’ sunny beaches.
A lively hub of activity and a renowned tourist destination, the Old Port of Cannes is bubbling with life all year round. Daily life in Cannes is marked by numerous events that draw in the crowds. The Cannes Film Festival, the Royal Regatta and the Festival of Pyrotechnic Art are just a few of the events that have helped promote the international appeal of the city and its port. In the same vein as its larger-than-life convention centre (Palais des festivals et des congrès), its modern, large-capacity infrastructure is ideally suited to hosting international events and attracts countless visitors every year.
Feel like recharging your batteries? Taking in some breathtaking views? Take your pick of cruises departing from the Old Port of Cannes to the Corniche d’Or, in the heart of the Esterel mountains. Keen to explore the natural and architectural heritage of the French Riviera? Set your own pace, booking a day-long boat trip along the coast, to discover the Principality of Monaco, the Lérins Islands or Saint-Tropez.
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A wonderful setting in which to get together, the Maison des Plaisanciers welcomes you all year round when you call at the Old Port in Cannes. Ideally located at the very centre of the port’s water body, this service hub offers a broad selection of modern facilities.
The building, designed to sustainable development standards, is harmoniously integrated into the port environment, and offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor areas.