Location of Car Parks

Map showing location of car parks

Parking

The apartment does not have it’s own parking and for many people a car is not really necessary in Cannes, particularly if you are only coming for a short stay. But if you are driving to Cannes area there are several quite reasonably priced parking options available close to the apartment.

The locations of the car parks can be seen on the map by clicking here.

Please note that car parking spaces must be booked three weeks in advance for peak periods.

Parking Gray d'Albion
Parking Gray d'Albion is marked with flag B on the map and is about 80 meters from the apartment. The cost if booked in advance is €145.00 for 7 days or €223.00 for 15 days. If not booked in advance the cost is €28 per day, assuming that the car park is not full.

Parking Palais
Parking Palais is marked with flag C on the map and is about 220 meters from the apartment. The cost, if booked in advance, is €89.70 for 7 days OR €136.90 for 15 days. If not booked in advance the cost is €22.40 per day, assuming that the car park is not full.

Parking Lamy
Parking Lamy is marked with flag D on the map and is about 750m from the apartment. A nice gentle stroll down the rue d'Antibes. The cost if booked in advance is €72.70 for 7 days or €103.00 for 15 days. There is also a 30 day option at €139.40. If not booked in advance the cost is €22.40 per day, assuming that the car park is not full.

Parking Laubeuf
Parking Laubeuf is marked with flag E on the map and is about 1.3 kilometres from the apartment. A nice gentle stroll pass the marina that takes about 10 minutes on foot. The cost if booked in advance is €72.70 for 7 days or €103.00 for 15 days. If not booked in advance the cost is €22.40 per day, assuming that the car park is not full. This is where we park when we drive to Cannes, if we are not using the car very much.

You can find details on how to book by going to the Inter Parking Web Site.

The picture above is of the David Linley Astonette chair that you will find in the master bedroom of the apartment. So named because it was inspired by the styling of David Linley's favourite Aston Martin car.

Last updated: 18 January 2019 18:25 GMT