What to do near the Eden Hôtel & Spa****?
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It is the cradle of the city of Cannes. The historic district of Suquet retains the charms of Provençal villages. The streets are narrow and the buildings with colorful shutters are stuck to each other. Come visit the ramparts, the Musée de la Castre, the square tower and the church and admire the view of the city, the port, the Croisette and the Lérins Islands. Below the Suquet, find the Old Port of Cannes.
Internationally renowned, the Croisette is the link between the beach and the city. It constitutes an attractive and walking center for Cannes residents and tourists. More than 3 km long, it offers a varied promenade where major hotels, casinos, luxury stores meet, as well as the beaches and Port Canto to reach the Pointe du Palm Beach.
The Lérins Islands
These islands, located in the bay of Cannes, less than 20 minutes by boat (12 € round trip per person), transport you to a preserved and calm natural place. Sainte Marguerite, the largest, has a wooded park of 170 ha and some of the most beautiful beaches of the Côte d´Azur. The island is also famous for its Fort Vauban, which was a royal prison and housed, among others, the Man in the Iron Mask. Saint Honorat is the property of the monks and houses a monastery dating from the feudal era.
Marineland / kids island / Water park / Mini Golf
Located in Antibes, Marineland is a marine theme park and dolphinarium. Visiting the park allows young and old alike to admire unique shows with killer whales, dolphins and sea lions. The theme park also includes a water park (Aqua Splash), a children’s park (La Ferme du Far West) and a mini-golf course (Adventure Golf).
Located in Grasse, the city of perfume, the Fragonard Museum (on the 1st floor of the historic factory) presents a private collection of bottles, stills boxes, documents and other devices relating the history of perfumery from the earliest Antiquity to our days. The Museum is open every day. Free tour. A Fragonard boutique is also on rue d’Antibes, a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Located 30 km from Cannes, at the end of the Baie des Anges, it is the emblematic city of the French Riviera. Nice deserves that we abandon ourselves, that we get lost in the alleys of its old towns before approaching the famous Promenade des Anglais then entering the heart of the city to discover its architectural and cultural heritage , its parks and gardens.
Located 10km from Cannes, Antibes is a town and seaside resort located between Cannes and Nice, on the French Riviera. It is known for its old town surrounded by 16th century ramparts which house the star-shaped Fort Carré. This overlooks the luxurious yachts moored at the Vauban marina. A wooded peninsula dotted with sumptuous villas, Cap d’Antibes separates Antibes from Juan-les-Pins, a chic seaside resort with a lively nightlife and hosting the Jazz à Juan music festival.
Located 90km from Cannes, Saint-Tropez is a coastal town located on the French Riviera, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur region in south-eastern France. Long appreciated by artists, the city attracted the international “jet set” in the 1960s, and still seduces for its beaches and nightlife. The cobbled district of La Ponche bears witness to its past as a fishing village, even if there are now more yachts than fishing boats in the Old Port.
Located 60 km from Cannes, the principality attracts many international tourists. The visit of the old town on the Rock allows you to discover the Prince’s Palace, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum with its famous aquarium. The Monte-Carlo district, on the other hand, is famous for its Casino, the Hôtel de Paris, its Opera and its Ballets. The Principality is also the setting for various sporting events such as the Monaco Grand Prix, the Monte-Carlo Automobile Rally and the Open de Tennis at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.