In addition to luxury and exclusivity that can be breathed in its nightclubs, casinos and private beaches, Cannes is a charming enclave where we can find a rich historical and cultural heritage. Le Suquet is the old city, where besides enjoying the beauty and architecture of the city, you can get an incredible view, as it is located on a hill. It is essential to visit the Museé de la Castre, which remains exposed and instruments from different cultures around the world and from which you can see the whole bay. A short walk through this historic district, we encountered such wonders as the church of Notre Dame d’Esperance, one of the oldest in Cannes.
This city of the French Rivera is characterized by having been a European tourist destination par excellence over the years, especially during the nineteenth century, a time of some large villas and mansions still remain like the beautiful neoclassical Villa Rothschild, classified as national monument, as well as its tropical gardens.
Finally, it is essential to make a visit to the islands of Lerins, who are facing the bay of the city. Ste Marguerite and Ste Honorat are a paradise of nature and tranquility amid the bustle of Cannes.