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- Artistic Market, 10:00 - 18:00 (Sat - Sun)
- Flowers Market (Marché aux fleurs des Allées)
- Forville Market (fruits, vegetables, flowers and fish), 07:00 - 13:00 (Tue - Sun)
- Gambetta Market (clothes), 07:00 - 13:00 (Tue - Sun)
- La Bocca Market (fruits and vegetables), 07:00 - 12:30 (Tue - Sun; clothes also on Sat)
- Old Market (Marché d’autrefois), 08:00 - 19:00 (Fri)
Cannes shopping includes a mix of French and international brands, many of them with a long history. Parallel to well-known La Croisette, Rue d’Antibes features elegant, landscaped pedestrian pathways and charming shops. Exclusively pedestrian Meynadier Street is another must visit. Local business reigns here, including clothing stores and Provencal speciality shops.
Sainte-Marguerite Island stands as the largest island with an impressive biotope variety. Rare species of migratory birds visit the clear waters and shoreline, where sea grass abounds. Take a walk along a government-developed botanical trail, or visit the promontory location of Fort Royal, home to the legendary Iron Mask. His story (among other historical and biological information) is recounted at the fort’s Museum of the Sea.
On Saint-Honorat Island, Lérins Abbey has housed vineyard-tending Cistercian monks since the fifth century. It is one of the finest examples of feudal architecture in Provence. Visit for peaceful meditation, excellent wines and famed Lérina liqueur.
Many Cannes beaches are private and offer a full-service seaside experience. You can enjoy fun on the water by renting a boat, yacht, Jet Ski or water skis.
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès
In addition to world-renowned congresses and festivals like MIDEM, the International Film Festival, MIPCOM, the ILTM or the Festival de la Plaisance, global artists perform here throughout the year.