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This church is nice but the view from the hill which it sits on is the real draw. Stunning views of the beach and harbour can be had from the walls of this church. Enjoy the tiny shops on the easy walk up Le Suquet...More
Right in the heart of the oldest part of Canes, way up high so not all the tourists and cruise ship people make it up that far. Well worth the hike, but if steep hills and stairs are tough for you, probably not something I’d...More
We arrived in Cannes at around 6 pm after having a full day driving from Aix en Provence to Eze, Monaco and Nice. We parked in the Suquet Forville parking garage and walked into the town center. Paid 1.60 for about an hour's worth of...More
You can see the church at the top of the old town hill from almost anywhere in Cannes. It's well worth the walk up the chill just for the great views however the church itself is also worth a visit. A beautiful, calm and serene...More
There is a very nice walk leading up to this church. When you arrive make sure you take in all of the views of the beach as well! This church really is something a bit different than the busy glamour of Cannes.
We took a visit on the tourist train, always a good way of seeing things you may otherwise not. The bonus was it took us up the hill and let us out for 10 minutes to wander. We ended up staying longer and walking back...More
A tour bus takes you to the top of this amazing hill, or you can hike up if you are fit. It is difficult to get your vehicle up here (we did because the nice butcher at the electronic bollards vouched for us and had...More
The best part of this site is the view from the outdoor stairs. Other than that, it's remote (due to the fact you have to hike up to the church) from the shops and other tourist attractions, except for the Musee de la Castre.