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Cannes

Luxury Real Estate in Cannes

Seaside

Cannes is undoubtedly one of the world’s best-known cities.

Its name evokes not only movie stars, but also timeless elegance and romanticism.

On average
15°C / year

140 days / year

150 mm / year

On average 12°C

Cannes Station

Pierre Canto

Nice Côte d’Azur
Airport

For eleven days each year in May, the famous red carpet of the Palais des Festivals is lined with international celebrities.

City of congresses and festivals, Cannes is dynamic all year round, thanks also to its many shops, its lively markets and its fine sandy beaches. If the south of France is a dream destination – to discover or to live in – Cannes is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after cities in the world.

Here, the climate is mild in winter and warm in summer. Mild weather and postcard landscapes make Cannes a privileged address to invest in.

Cannes became a tourist town at the end of the 19th century thanks to the opening of the railway system. This wasclosely followed by the development of major projects, large scale constructions and substantial investments.

The architecture here is varied and inspired as much by the Roman castles and villas, as by the buildings of the Golden Age.

Cannes is one of the most beautiful cities to invest in luxury real estate on the French Riviera.

The districts

Le Suquet
With its cobbled streets lined with restaurants and luxury boutiques, Le Suquet is a prestigious district. In the past, it was the fishermen who lived in its authentic village houses, which have lost none of their charm.

La Croisette
It is « the » mythical boulevard, as famous as Sunset Boulevard and 5th Avenue in the United States.

Palm Beach
Quiet and residential area, it offers a beautiful view of the Lérins Islands and is close to the city centre.

La Californie
From here, the views of the Mediterranean and the Esterel are breathtaking. The district is home to prestigious properties that appeal to lovers of exclusive properties.

Super Cannes
Located on the heights of California, this district offers, in addition to sublime panoramas, superb properties.

Oxford
Unquestionably the Belle Époque district of Cannes, with its charm intact.

Getting there

By car: A8 motorway, la Provençale, exit 42.

By plane: Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport and Cannes-Mandelieu Airport, the 2nd largest business aviation airport in France. At the end of the jetty of the old port, there is the helipad.

By train: the SNCF railway station is served by TGV and mainline trains.

By boat: Port Pierre Canto, Port du Mouré Rouge, Port Saint-Honoré.

The schools

5 private schools under contract (including Mougins School).

8 public kindergartens.

32 public primary schools.

2 public and 2 contract colleges.

4 general public high schools (including Les Côteaux, a high school for fashion and costume design) and 5 private high schools.

Sports Studies Academy Cannes (private institution).

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