Most popular Villas in Cannes
Highlights in Cannes
- Film Festival
- Yacht Festival
- Glamour and luxury
- Nice beaches
- Fabulous shopping
Most popular amenities for Villas in Cannes
Villas in Cannes
In Cannes, every traveller can find the accommodation that best suits their needs and budget. From cheap accommodation to luxury villas near the beach in the area of Le Cannet. La Suquet and Cannes-la-Bocca are also popular areas too for renting your new holiday villa. Cannes is a city with lots to offer. Renting a villa here is the gateway to a real showcase of luxury and comfort, fabulous shopping, excellent food and fantastic activities.Superb villas in the Provence
Besides Antibes or Monaco, Cannes is a glamour destination with villas for families, pets, groups of friends and romantic getaways for couples. Fantastic villas with exclusive and traditional architecture features, elegant decorations, unique designs and impressive outdoor areas with pools, gardens and patios to enjoy the lovely Mediterranean weather. Get your villa now and enjoy a glamorous retreat in the heart of the Provence.
Travellers and activities
Cannes is unquestionably the world’s cinema capital. If you want to feel the vibrant atmosphere, live the experience of one of the greatest cinema events, besides the Oscars, rent your villa in Cannes and be part of this festive event that started in 1939. But the Film Festival is not the only cinema event throughout the year. You can also be around when the International Actors' Performance Festival and the Pan-African Film Festival are taking place.Cannes for shopping lovers
Cannes is a true paradise for shopaholics! Imagine the best brands and all the exclusive and upmarket boutiques you like. You can find them all in Cannes. Shop ‘til you drop is exactly what you can do here and enjoy a superb shopping time trying on your favourite attire created by the world’s best designers. A walk along Rue d’Antibes street is the perfect windowshops tour where tycoons and wealthy people enjoy buying the most exclusive items.
Although the Film Festival is a very important cinema event, the American Oscars Ceremony still remains the most important film event worldwide.
Top 7 travel tips in Cannes
Walk along the Boulevard de la Croisette is the same thing as doing it along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. A pleasant strong along this beautiful promenade makes you enjoy the sea and take in the views of this chic location in the French Riviera. You can also enjoy some of the beaches, although some of them are private. Walk the dog, run, relax on the chairs and have a cold drink admiring the impressive views.2. Visit the local market
The markets are like the souls of any city, town or village. Local and visitors can access the best fresh produce of the area and the entire region and enjoy them at home. The French are renowned for their markets and in Cannes, there is Cannes Marché Forville. Browse the stalls and get the most amazing meats, fish, greens, fruit and pulses. Besides the eating items you can buy there are spaces to have a nibble and enjoy delicious mouthwatering bites and samples of French delicacies, especially cheese!3. The incredible Yachting Festival
The Film Festival is not the only event happening in Cannes. Luxury and glamour are also present at the Cannes Yachting Festival. Every September, the city becomes a large outdoor exhibition showcasing the latest and modern yachts as well as luxury yachts on sale in the Vieux Port (the Old Port) and the Port Pierre Canto. Visitors are allowed to visit the sailing machines and if you fancy owning your own, you will be in the right place to find the appropriate one for you! The festival draws in international attendees and locals too.4. Wander around Le Suquet
When in Cannes, one of the must-see areas is definitely the old part of town called Le Suquet, a Roman settlement. The pastel-coloured facades evoke memories of how life was back in the 18th and 19th centuries. Find fabulous eateries lining the streets, cute cafes and great shops to spend a fantastic time discovering the corners of Cannes.5. Go to the Island of Saint-Honorat
The island of Saint Honorat is the second-largest island off the coast of Cannes. There you can visit the amazing abbey, where the monks inhabiting it still make their own wine under a vow of silence. There is also a nice fortress and a beautiful port. It’s well worth a visit to see as you will discover a quiet part of Cannes.6. Hit the beach in style
Around Cannes you have many charming public and private beaches. A quiet one is Palm Beach, ideal for families and windsurfers. Plage du Midi is also another popular public beach to spend a lovely day under the sun, enjoy a nice meal at the restaurants lining the promenade and finish your afternoon with a delicious ice cream. La Croisette is one of the most popular and crowded beaches in Cannes. The atmosphere oozes glamour and luxury. Come and enjoy it too!7. Try La Serviette Blanche services
To know about the cuisine in France is a unique experience. In Cannes you can enjoy a complete culinary scene based on several activities including cooking lessons, market tours and chef’s table evenings. Eating up what the chef prepares or buying the selected products to make the most of them in French recipes will be a very rewarding experience to enjoy in Cannes. Bon appetit!