The luxury promenade takes place from the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès where the Cannes Film Festival is held.25
Le Suquet or the Cannes Old city is the district with several narrow streets, cosy restaurants and the observation deck with the great view of the Old port.13
An impregnable building located on the steep cliff on the island of Saint-Margaret is famous for its history and unsolved mysteries.11
The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès on the promenade de la Croisette is world famous for the prestigious Cannes Film Festival held here.10
Covered with a dense forest, a three kilometer island with only a dozen buildings is famous for the Fort Royal located here, where a prisoner in an iron mask was kept.9
An ancient castle built to defense France has changed it's purpose and is opened for travelers as a museum and the observation deck.5
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