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Come and discover the beauty of Cagnes-sur-Mer and learn about its nautical pleasures
In the 1960s, Cagnes-sur-Mer was nicknamed the Montmartre of the Côte d'Azur
Top 5 must-see sites in Cagnes-sur-Mer
1. The beaches. To park easily, the ideal is to go to the beach of the Hippodrome but you have to enjoy the pebbles! If you want more tranquility and comfortable services, La Serre will meet your expectations with its private beaches. There is also the Port du Cros Beach with its sailing school and the only sandy area in the town, the Grand Large Beach, which is suitable for families. In addition, it is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
2. Diving. This is the flagship activity during the summer! The coastline is full of fish stocks off Cagnes-sur-Mer and Saint-Laurent-du-Var. La Pointe Caussinière, La Grotte du Sémaphore, Le Raventurier or Cap Gros: you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to diving. However, it should be noted that the most interesting spots are located a little further east near Nice
3 -Other aquatic activities. There is something for everyone! Jet-ski enthusiasts can explore the Lérins Islands and experience this incredible feeling of speed on the water. On the other hand, the more adventurous have the opportunity to learn about parachuting and towed buoys, with a guaranteed laugh! On the nautical base of Port du Cros, it is possible to rent pedal boats and experience the stand up paddle. Less dynamic, this leisure activity is nevertheless very popular since it is accessible to the greatest number of people and allows them to discover coastal landscapes in an atypical way!
4. The Hippodrome. The Côte d'Azur racecourse is well known to equestrians. This circuit is capable of accommodating just over 11,000 people because it has several tracks, including a red earth trot track and a grass track for obstacle races. Fans of this universe and the curious meet there every week to enjoy the very special atmosphere that prevails there. After betting on a jockey, it's hard not to feel the adrenaline that rises when he fights for the lead!
5. The Renoir Museum. Also known as the Domaine des Collettes, this museum is dedicated to Auguste Renoir, one of the most famous French painters who belonged to the impressionist group. Visitors can contemplate his paintings but also his drawings, photographs and other familiar objects. Also on display are works by Pierre Bonnard, Marcel Gimond, Aristide Maillol and Raoul Dufy.