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With a population of around 70,000, Cannes is far from being France's largest city. However, despite its size, it is known around the world for its association with luxury and glamour. Situated on the stunning Mediterranean coastline of the French Riviera, Cannes has a reputation as a playground for the rich and famous. Fortunately, you don't have to be a billionaire or a movie star to enjoy what the town has to offer.
Like many Mediterranean towns, Cannes has a very ancient history. There was already a village here when the Romans arrived 2,000 years ago. Attacked and conquered by Saracens in the 9th century, Cannes later became a religious community.
Cannes first became associated with the lifestyles of the rich when the English Baron Brougham constructed a villa in the 19th century and began work to improve the town. This attracted other English aristocrats to buy winter residences on the coast. Thanks to Cannes' setting and reliably sunny weather, tourism in the town soon took off. And the town’s association with glamour was reinforced after the start of the annual Cannes Film Festival in 1946.
Cannes may be a small town, but thanks to its long history of tourism, there is no shortage of things to do. The bright blue sea and reliably sunny weather make the perfect backdrop for fun and exploration, and the city's upscale charm keeps visitors coming back year after year.
Take a stroll on La Croisette. No one promenades better than the French, and this waterfront street is the place to see and be seen. It's also the location of many of Cannes' best hotels and the private beaches they operate. For a price, you can rent a sun lounger and umbrella and relax on the beach, or else just stroll the Promenade and peoplewatch.
Check out the local produce at the Marche Forville. While many markets in the area have turned into overpriced tourist attractions, the Marche Forville is the real deal. This is where Cannes residents cum to buy their produce, and it's a great place to shop for food and try some of the local cuisine. This covered market is also surrounded by charming cafés and bistros where you can grab some refreshment and take in the lively atmosphere.
Take in a stunning view from the church of Notre Dame d'Esperance. Situated on a hill above the city, this 15th-century church gives sweeping views over the coast and the old heart of Cannes.
Soak up the glamour of the Cannes Film Festival. If you visit the city in May, you'll find it crawling with the biggest names in the movie business. The celebration's center is the Palais des Festivals and its famous red carpet, but you'll see familiar faces throughout the town when the festival is in full swing.
Go shopping along Rue d’Antibes. This street has some of the most high-end boutiques anywhere in France. If the price tags are out of your reach, you can at least enjoy the experience of window shopping and rubbing shoulders with the international jet set.
Cannes is served by a train station close to the city center. Regional trains connect the city with towns along the coast and the larger cities of Nice and Marseilles.
Nice airport is the closest international airport to Cannes and can be reached by bus or train in approximately one hour.
Cannes has a network of 30 bus routes that can take you around the city. Most of the buses stop outside the train station, making it a transportation hub for the town.
With its great weather and compact size, Cannes is undoubtedly best experienced on foot. Part of the town's charm comes from its vibrant atmosphere, and the best way to experience it is to lose yourself in the city's ancient streets.
Of course, this is much easier when you're not carrying heavy bags. Drop off anything you don't need at a Bounce luggage storage shop in Cannes and make your trip much easier on yourself.
Ile Saint-Margurite: Visible from the waterfront, the Ile Saint-Margurite is easily reached by a short boat ride from Cannes. On this island, you can visit the notorious prison where the Man in the Iron Mask was kept and ponder the true identity of this mysterious historical figure. The island is also a great place to go swimming or water skiing in the bright Mediterranean waters. Large bags and boats don't mix well, so make sure you drop off your luggage in Cannes before making the 15 minute trip to the island.
Sentier Littoral: See more of the exquisite Riviera coastline by taking a hike along the Sentier Littoral. Over 100 miles in length, this coastal path runs from Cannes all the way to Monaco, providing breathtaking views of the French Riviera along the way. No matter how much of the trail you choose to walk, you won't want to do it with heavy bags, so make sure to leave them at a Cannes luggage storage location before you set out.
Nice: The coastal town of Nice is one of France’s most beautiful cities. Overlooking a bright bay, Nice is a great place to spend a few days or more soaking up the mixture of French and Italian culture, cuisine, and architecture that this legendary location offers.
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The price for luggage storage in Cannes is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Cannes which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Antibes, Site naturel protégé du Vinaigrier, The English Promenade and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Cannes.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Cannes. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Cannes where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Meynadier Street, La Cafetière Fêlée, and La Ferme au Foie Gras. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Cannes are InterContinental Carlton Cannes Hotel, Hôtel Martinez, and Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso.
Cannes offers several scenic parks including Parc Saint-Véran, Parc de Vaugrenier, and Jardins aménagés de Marina Baie des Anges.
You can find local tourist information at Section Cap d'Antibes - Eilen Roc, Sentier littoral du Cap d'Antibes, and Office de tourisme de Grasse.
If you're looking for a good museum in Cannes, we recommend Picasso Museum, Suquet Tower, and Château Grimaldi ou château de Cagnes. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Cannes's most popular historical attractions including Picasso Museum, Fragonard Perfume Factory, or Château de la Napoule and monuments like Trophy of Augustus, Fontaine de Saint-Paul-de-Vence, or Chapelle Notre-Dame-des-Anges du Cannet. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Trophy of Augustus, Château des Seigneurs (restes), or Château de Gréolières.