Date: 2017-10-12 10:48
What to do and see
In and around Cannes: so much on offer
The Côte d'Azur has much to offer in the way of picturesque villages, sites of interests and leisure activities to keep you occupied during your holiday in Cannes. With the Hotel Club Maintenon as your base, you can make the most of the many sports and cultural activities available in and around Cannes and explore the fantastic scenery, on land and sea, for which the Bay of Cannes and its region are justly famous.
What not to miss in Cannes:
The Vieux Port
Shopping in the Rue d'Antibes
Sports: horse riding, scuba diving, waterskiing, golf (five eighteen-hole courses), mountain bike trail, archery, walking in the Esterel and Mercantour Massifs.
Relaxation: thalassotherapy, boat trips (fishing or cruising), helicopter and light aircraft flights (maiden flights), casinos
Culture and tourism: museums, picturesque hilltop villages, the Iles de Lerins.
Explore the Cannes region
Cannes: just a few kilometres takes you to Cannes, famous for its Croisette and the Palais des Festivals. Stroll through the narrow lanes of the old town of "Le Suquet" overlooking the port. If shopping is your thing, the Rue d'Antibes has everything you could ever want in the way of shops and boutiques.
Inland: Grasse, Mougins, St Paul de Vence, Biot, villages steeped in history, famous for their crafts, etc.
Walking and hiking all year round in the wild Esterel Massif or Provencal hinterland, famous for its traditional crafts (just 33 km from Cannes).
For a February getaway, try the Menton Lemon Festival or the Carnival in Nice.
A mere 50 km away, discover all the splendid sights of Monaco/Monte Carlo, from the Prince's palace to the Oceanographic Museum and the National Museum of Automats, the world-famous Rally in January, the tennis Masters in April, and the Formula 1 Grand Prix at the end of May.
And why not take a flight in a helicopter or light aircraft for a bird's eye view of the region?
Sports in Cannes
Riding, scuba diving, waterskiing, archery, mountain biking and golf (five 18-hole courses)