The medieval quarter of Le Suquet used to be the only village in the area before it expanded down towards the sea and became Cannes as we know it today. It is the oldest part of Cannes and a wonderful place full of winding, cobbled streets and old cottages. It now has a good choice of family-run…
Visit the oldest neighbourhood in Cannes. Once climbed the small hill it sits atop, you will have a breathtaking view on the city.
There is a long windy street in Le Suquet that has many restaurants to choose from. Some are expensive while others have quite reasonable set menus. The street accross the road not far from the Police Station to the left.
Historical part of the city from where you have a beautiful view of the Croisette and the all city. The pedestrian street St Antoine is full of local boutiques and restaurants.
The old town quarter of Cannes. It consists in plenty of small tiny steep streets all covered up of restaurants and shops. The atmosphere is so vivid and crowded, you will love it!