Holiday Apartments in Cannes
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What our Cannes guests say
great location, big house and garden, great place for children.
Marzena And Paul
Stayed 22—29 Aug 2015 in:
La Villa Du Poète
Excellent apartment, very bright and spacious with all modern cons incl. coffee machine and great location just across from the beach. Loved seating on the balc
Stayed 25 Jul—1 Aug 2015 in:
Panoramic Sea View / Direct Acce...
Thank You Lise
The apartment and the location were both perfect for us
Stayed 3—11 Aug 2015 in:
Plages, Palais Des Festvals .......
Accommodation in Cannes - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Cannes
A world famous and exclusive playground for the rich and famous, Cannes is one of the hubs of social life in Europe. However, you needn't be a millionaire to enjoy the flair of this seaside resort. When choosing accommodations in Cannes, apartments are clearly the best solution. HouseTrip offers a wide range of holiday apartments in Cannes. Instead of an expensive hotel, search in ritzy La Croisette and you can enjoy your own luxury villa in Cannes with a private beach. Cannes apartments in Le Suquet come with the charm of cobblestone streets and are an economical option for large groups.
When to go to Cannes
With its warm summers and mild winters, holiday apartments in Cannes benefit from a year round flow of visitors. Tourists flock to Cannes apartments from June to September to soak up some sun, do some serious shopping, and enjoy daytime temperatures in the mid-twenties. May is when the city truly shines as celebrities and icons arrive to take part in the famous Cannes Film Festival. Be sure to book your holiday apartments in Cannes well in advance during this time. Low rainfall and mild temperatures in the winter make holiday apartments in Cannes an ideal spot to take a break from the cold.
Getting to and around Cannes
Conveniently located 15 miles from the major Nice Côte-d'Azur airport, the city and holiday apartments in Cannes are easily reachable with CannesExpress, a shuttle service between the airport and Cannes apartments in the town centre. Many national train lines including the famous TGV also connect Cannes to other French cities like Nice, Toulouse, Marseille, Lyon and Paris. Cannes has an efficient bus system that will take you around town as well as to neighbouring locales in the region. Major car hire companies are located in Cannes, and many of the holiday apartments in Cannes have amenities such as private parking spaces.
Cannes, with its world renowned Film Festival, gorgeous beaches and luxurious boutiques, is a must-see on the French Riviera. Once a sleepy fishing village, it has become a hot spot for the rich and famous and holiday apartments in Cannes abound.
Start your exploration with a stroll along La Croisette, the famous waterfront promenade lined with palm trees, chic boutiques and stylish cafes. Cannes apartments here fetch a hefty price for the exclusivity. If you're looking to shop the latest designer trends, you'll find all the high-end items your heart desires. Though shops in this area are expensive, budget minded visitors can appreciate the glamour and people watching is a great pastime here.
Although the city has an air of opulence, there is much more than conspicuous consumption in store for those who stay in holiday apartments in Cannes. Explore the quaint streets of the old town and find some interesting souvenirs at local shops. Trek to the top and you'll find the castle ruins, where you'll be rewarded with a spectacular view. Visit the Palais des Festivals, where the famous Cannes Film Festival is held, before returning to your cottage in Cannes.
If you like arts and culture, then you should check out one of the city's numerous museums. The Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Provence (Provence Art & History Museum) will enchant history lovers with artefacts dating back to the Prehistoric, while the Musée de la Castre will take visitors on a journey to distant lands with objects from places like the Pacific islands and Peru.
One of the perks of holiday apartments in Cannes is the sandy beaches, though many are private and charge an entry fee. Free public beaches are located at either end of the beach. Alternatively, take a ferry and explore the two islands located in the bay. The smaller of the two, St. Honorat, has a ruined castle and a monastery where the monks sell food and drink. Ste Marguerite is larger and has restaurants, bars, shops and a castle.
Food lovers will delight in the cuisine of Cannes. With Michelin star rated restaurants, you're certain to find chefs at the zenith of the international cooking scene. Fresh seafood is a local staple with daily catches from local waters. The Marché Forville, or covered market, is one of the most interesting places to find fresh ingredients and watch an array of food being prepared. Stop here and pick up everything you need to cook your own stellar meal in your holiday apartment in Cannes.
After spending the day sightseeing and capturing the essence of the Mediterranean city, come home to your holiday apartment in Cannes and relax like a local.
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