Hôtel de Ville
Cannes' town hall.
Follow rue St-Antoine and snake your way up Le Suquet, Cannes' oldest district, for great views of the bay.
The celebrity yachts that line the port are here to remind you of Cannes' celebrity status, lest you forget it.
Cinéma Les Arcades
Catch a movie in English.
Aux Bons Enfants
A people’s-choice place since 1935, this informal restaurant cooks up regional dishes, such as aïoli garni (garlic and saffron...
22 rue St-Antoine · interesting places nearby
Discover why Noël Mantel is the hotshot of the Cannois gastronomic scene at his refined old-town restaurant. Service is stellar and the seasonally inspired cuisine divine – Mantel's food maximises local ingredients but isn't afraid to experiment with unusual flavours and cooking techniques. Spot the classic film stars on the walls, from Cary Grant to Alfred Hitchcock.