It is a must seen as you are in Cannes. Walking arround around the tiny allies is really nice. Try having a drink or dinner there it is a real French spirit.
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The old quarter of Cannes is underrated. There are beautiful little twists and turns that culminate at the clock tower and castle. Definitely worth a visit. Take a rest from the posh La Croisette.
Le Suquet is great for a drink and dessert later in the evening. But for dinner it can get nuts with all the crowds. Food and service can be spotty. Even a place that has Michelin stars doesn't guarantee anything. Get a recommendation--and make a...More
It is the old part of Cannes. A lot of the area is pedestrianized, the houses are very old and the narrow streets were laid out hundreds of years ago. Around the Rue Saint Antoine and the Rue du Suquet there are a lot of...More
In the hustle and bustle of festivals and the gorgeous beaches, we may forget this lovely part of town. It's walking distance from the Palais. Small enough that can be seen in one hour, it's a nice respite from today. Beautiful old buildings and the...More
Lovely evening strolling around all the small streets. Lots of restaurants in which to dine. Views from high up
This narrow and pending streets make you to figure you're in another century and in a ancient city. Places to get dinner around...
My wife and I spend many your walking round here enjoying the lovely quant streets and alleyways. Must be able to walk - quite hilly. Lovely shops and little restaurants and bars. The Cathedral and museum at the summit are worth a visit and the...More
Rue Sainte-Antoine into Rue du Suquet is this fantastic, narrow row of restaurants and shopping located near Musee de la Castre not far from the marina.