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6 Rue Marceau, Cannes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06400, France
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Costs 74% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

How to get to St Tropez from Cannes

by sheila60

I am arriving at the port of Cannes on cruise ship and want to go to St Tropez. Is there a bus or train that will get me there as I will be on foot?
My friends want to go from Cannes to Monoco to Nice on the bus can they get one from Cannes on foot?

RE: How to get to St Tropez from Cannes

by NiceLife

Cannes Nice and Monaco are all on the same train line. You can catch buses but that would involve a change at Nice so there is no advantage.

As regards Cannes - St Tropez, the nearest train connection is St Raphael, which leaves you with a 40 minute journey by bus or boat to get you there, as the railway turns inland.

RE: RE: How to get to St Tropez from Cannes

by cannesman

Hi sheila60

Re Cannes to St Tropez
There's a boat trip which goes directly from Cannes to St Tropez. It leaves Cannes at about 10am and the return trip leaves St Tropez at about 4pm. The trip takes approximately 2 hours but is only available during the summer months. If memory serves me correctly it's available in time for the film festival (mid May).

RE: RE: How to get to St Tropez from Cannes

by NiceLife

Hi Cannesman!
That boat - I discovered, is the one that starts out in Nice at 9.00,shuggles to Iles des Lerins, hits Cannes around ten, then heads off for StTropez. Its back in the late afternoon as you describe. According to an old flyer it is only twice a week and starts from end of May.

The reason I suggest the St Raphael connection is that the port at St Raphael offers four or five crossings a day to St Tropez, rather than just the one - you can travel more flexibly, and have the option to take in some of the old Roman town of Frejus if it suits you.


Travel Tips for Cannes

Beautiful people

by rachel_sun

If you are loaded you can go into a beach club.Each major hotel has its own private beach club.The Martinez hotel's club is the largest in Cannes.You can get lunch at these beach clubs but expect to pay alot of cash.A simple salad will cost no less than 10 pound.I recomend you eating a hearty breakfast to fill up on to keep you going til tea time or take some snacks with you.

Adventure Golf Antibes

by PetraG

Next to Marineland you'll find this nice mini-golf parc. You play in caves beyond waterfalls and so on... great!!!!!
You can visit it alone or buy a combined ticket with Marineland (that's cheaper).

Feux d'Artifices - July and August 2005

by NiceLife

The Festival d'Art Pyrotechnique is an international firework display competition held each year over six days in July and August, to see who can produce the most "Ooooohhhhh"-generating eye-popping firework display.

The setting is the magnificent Baie de Cannes, 10pm, and each display is 25 minutes choreographed to a dozen or so selections of music pumped out through the mass soundsystem.

Expect, err, fireworks! Mouthwatering displays. Especially July 14th (Bastille Day - "Fete Nationale") to go with a bang all up and down the coast.

Starry eyes

by cmalks

"What a delight"

This city of more star associations than anywhere else in Europe, due to its annual hosting of the internationally famous Cannes Film Festival, is also more approachable than some of the Riviera's other glam towns. A palm-lined boardwalk, pristine sandy beaches, and numerous boutiques ensure that anyone can sport the town's famous style. Be sure and walk the red carpet and view the numerous handprints dotting the sidewalk surrounding the Festival screening complex. It's as close as I could get to the real thing.


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