Tel. +33(0)6 29 11 47 24




Renting a car for a day, for a week or for the length of your stay may be a good option to enjoy the area and go in some places where public transportation cannot take you easily: for instance, going to St Tropez (Nikki Beach) is not easy by public transportation or very expensive by taxi. So, renting an automatic car with GPS and air conditioning would cost you around 150€ for a da and take you there easily.


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Address: 160 Rue d'Antibes 06400 Cannes

Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 43 08 33




If you look for more comfort, we have a limousine service. 
We deal with professional drivers who speak English and take care of you from pick up to drop off. They can either take you somewhere or wait for you the time you need if you wish so. 



Dutch touch in Cannes...Indeed, if you need a bike or scooter, we can help you. 

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Address: 22 Quai Saint Pierre, 06400 Cannes

Telephone: +33 (0)6 98 98 00 31




It is very easy and convenient to walk around in Cannes. It takes about 30 minutes by walking distance to go across the center of Cannes.

 You can enjoy walking on the famous Croisette.  From Le Palais des Festivals to the Palm Beach you will enjoy the sea, beaches, luxury boutiques and hotels. If you like shopping, make sure you go to Rue d’Antibes, Rue des Etats Unis, Rue du Commandant André and of course La Croisette.

There are the main shopping areas in Cannes. You can also walk in the old town of Suquet and discover narrow streets, gourmet shops, charming restaurants, and take a look at an unbelievable sea view.

Finally if you just want to walk along the sea, you have kilometers of beaches and ports whether you go toward the east or west.



There is another way to visit Cannes, rather than walking, hop into a train that will not only show you around, but will tell you more about Cannes and its history. You can go for the Croisette Tour, the History Tour, or the Big Tour (both).

 The Croisette Tour will show you the beach, Palais, luxury hotels & boutiques, boats and rue d’Antibes (famous shopping street).

The History Tour will take you to Marché Forville, the Suquet, la Castre, the beaches and the port.

To make sure everyone can enjoy learning about Cannes, all visits are translated in French, English, Italian, German, Spanish, Japonese, Russian and Arabic.

Prices for Croisette or History Tour (35min): 7€/adult 3€/child (3-10 year old) free up to 3 year old.
Prices for the Big Tour (1 hour): 10€/adult 5€/child (3-10 year old) free up to 3 year old.
The train runs during the summer, every day and every hour, from 9am to 11pm. It starts from the Palais by the beach side.



The train is ideal to avoid traffic and enjoy amazing views of the French Riviera:

Train from Cannes to Vintimiglia with the following stops usually: Cannes- Golfe Juan Vallauris- Juan les Pins- Antibes- Biot- Villeneuve Loubet Plage- Cagnes Sur Mer- Cros de Cagnes- St Laurent du Var- Nice St Augustin- Nice Ville- Nice Riquier- Villefranche Sur Mer- Beaulieu sur Mer- Eze- Cap d'Ail- Monaco Monte Carlo- Vintimiglia

Train from Cannes to Marseille with the following stops usually: Cannes- St Raphael Valescure- Toulon- La Seyne Six Fours- Ollioules Sanary Sur Mer- Bandol- St Cyr Les Lecques la Cadiere- La Ciotat- Cassis- Aubagne- Marseille Blancarde- Marseille St Charles

To book your tickets online:

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It’s a new, fun and eco-friendly way to go from one point to another. It’s quick, silent, and small. You can use it to get somewhere, or simply have fun riding it.



E-lo is a funny looking electric shuttle that drives along the Croisette from the Quai St Pierre to the Martinez hotel, and gets back by the rue d’Antibes. It runs from Monday to Saturday, 9.00 a.m until 7.45 p.m. You can find an é-lo shuttle every 12 minutes. It costs 0.60€ and lasts for a day so you can use it to do many trips.

The Palm Bus
In Cannes there is a large bus with an open roof top that drives along the Croisette from Quai Laubeuf to the Palm Beach and stops several times on its way. The price is 1.5€ one way. It starts from 6am to 9pm, every day, and every 15 minutes.


Standard buses Itinerary



It’s easy to find taxis in Cannes, you have lots of them along the Croisette, at the train station, and many other places in Cannes. Let us know if you need help ordering a taxi from your apartment.

Full list of the different taxi stations in Cannes (they are usually very close from the big hotels, train & bus stations):


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