Activities Map

Activities Map

 

Activities

Most people's reason for coming to Cannes is to relax on the beach and soak up the sun and if you are looking for a private beach we highly recommend our favourite Le Plage Goeland.

However in case your looking for other things to do in and around the area, here are a few suggestions.

Tennis

Tennis Montfleury
21 avenue Beausejour
1,500 metres from the apartment, down the rue d'Antibes
W: Tennis Montfleury Web Site
T: +33 (0)4 93 43 33 87
E: tennismontfleury@gmail.com

This municipal tennis club boasts four hard cards and 3 clay courts. Six of the seven courts are lit. The facilities are truly excellent

The courts can be booked over the phone and are available as follows:

From 1st September to 30th June:
Monday to Saturday: 09:00 - 20:00
Sunday and bank holidays(jours feries): 09:00 - 19:00

From 1st July to 31st August:
Monday to Saturday: 08:00 - 21:00
Sunday and bank holidays(jours feries): 08:00 - 20:00

Bike Hire

Cannes 2 Roues
16 Rue de Mimont
450 metres from the apartment, via the underpass under the station
cannes2roues.com
T: +33 (0)4 93 38 72 79
Last tried: June 2020

A good selection of bikes at reasonable prices

An early morning ride around the bay and the Cap d'Antibes is a lovely way to start the day!

See their web site for opening times

Monaco

Monaco has a lot offer for a day out from Cannes and is only an hour or so on the train from Cannes.

The second smallest country in the world packs a lot in:

  • Musee Oceanographique de Monaco
  • The Motor Museum
  • The Exotic Gardens
  • The Casino Square
  • The Palace
  • The Japanese Gardens
  • The Casino

Monaco is not everybody's cup of tea but we love it!

Iles Lerins

The Iles Lerins off the coast of Cannes are delightful to visit and we highly recommend a trip over to them during your stay. There are two main islands the Ile Saint Marguerite and the Ile Saint Honrat.The ile Saint Honrat is home to Lérins Abbey. To quote the Cannes Tourist Office: "The island was founded by Saint Honorat in the 5th century. It exudes an air of spirituality and boasts vestiges of the past (monastery, fortifications, chapels). The island is owned by a commune of Cistercian monks who grow vines and produce a reputable wine."

Also within the abbey is the La Tonnelle restaurant. A delightful restaurant set on the North side of the island.

The Iles Lerins a tranquil break from the hubub of Cannes

Villa Ephrussi

Villa Ephrussi and its gardens is one of the most magnificent villas on the whole of the Cote d'Azur and unlike Abromovitch's villa is open to the public. The Villa Ephrussi was built in the early part of the 20th century with commencing in 1905 and Baroness Beatrice Ephrussi (nee de Rothschild) moved in in 1912.

The villa, both exterior and interiors, and the gardens are equisite and strongly recommend a visit.

The villa is 27 minutes from Beaulieu sur Mer station and there is alos parking at the villa

Cannoeing

Canoeing In the Baie de Cannes - what fun. Canoes can be hired at the Palm Beach end of the Croisetter for a very reasonable €35 per day from Kayak iles Lerins.

Last updated: 9 September 2020 15:30 GMT