Highlights of this famous French town


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To avoid crowded beaches in Cannes, France, pay a fee to use the beaches along the Boulevard del la Croisette.
Renowned for its famous film festival, the town of Cannes, France is a scenic and charming port of call in the Mediterranean.

Sightseeing
Enjoy the scenery as you stroll the seaside promenade, the Boulevard de la Croisette, for a visit to the old harbor. Free strips of sandy beach are located near the Palais des Festivals, at the Place dur Midi, and Plage de la Boca. In Le Suquet, the historic quarter, climb to the top of the hill for scenic views, or wander through its flower gardens. Be sure to visit the Forville Market, one of the most famous markets in the Riviera.

From the Port
Cannes’ cruise terminal is very close to town, with easy access to a number of nearby restaurants. A short walk from the port, cruisers will also find the town’s main shopping street, Rue d’Antibes, as well as the Promenade de la Croisette.