Residence Cannes Villa Francia

Your residence with a view of the Lérins Islands
33 avenue Amiral Wester Wemy'ss , 06150 Cannes, France
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You'll love
  • Cannes and La Croisette, the Côte d'Azur's crowning glory, with its sunny climate in both summer and winter.
  • A southern garden and an outdoor pool (with paddling pool and deckchairs for hire) with a view of the sea.
  • A restaurant and activities for all: Play area, sports grounds, activities in summer, etc.
Residence highlights
  • Outdoor pool
  • Half board
  • Pets allowed
  • Wi-Fi available in the accommodation
  • Car park

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  • La Croisette

    La Croisette

    Be sure to don your most fashionable sunglasses for a rather chic outing; the Boulevard de la Croisette awaits! Famous worldwide for the festival, the red carpet and the Croisette, Cannes more than lives up to its reputation for glamour and luxury.

    As you enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Croisette, you can admire the inviting waters of the big blue and take a refreshing break on the beach. The shoreline features a line of luxurious boutiques, grand hotels and palaces, in the shade of palm trees. The Carlton Hotel, a legendary symbol of Cannes, will certainly draw your eye.

  • Fort royal de l'île Sainte Marguerite - Musée de la Mer de Cannes

    Fort royal de l'île Sainte Marguerite - Musée de la Mer de Cannes

    In 1615 the île Sainte Marguerite, one of the Lérins Islands that lies opposite the bay of Cannes, passed to Charles de Lorraine, duke of Guise who gave it to Jean de Bellon: thus began the construction of the fort Royal.

    After war was declared with Spain, Cardinal Richelieu ordered further work to be carried out in order to protect the Provence coast. The Spanish took the fort in 1635 and continued its construction.

    Toward the end of the 17th century, the fort became a State prison, and hosted three companies of invalid soldiers, who were allowed to marry, and who founded a civil population on the island.

    In 1712, Vauban redeveloped the fort royal of île Sainte Marguerite, fortifying it. Until the 20th century, the building remained in use as a state prison and even incarcerated famous prisoners including the Man in the Iron Mask.
    Today, the fort royal on île Sainte-Marguerite houses the Cannes Sea Museum.

  • Esterel Mountains

    Esterel Mountains

    Between the Mediterranean and limestone Provence, Esterel is a volcanic massif of 32,000 hectares of which 14,000 are classified. Its astonishing red colour comes from rhyolite, or red porphyry, volcanic rock from the Cambrian Period. Circuits have been created for mountain biking, horse-riders and hikers.

    The flora is rich and varied. Aleppo pine, chestnut, fig and olive trees grow in abundance and happily coexist with palms, agaves and mimosas. Note that when the mistral is strong, the massif is prohibited for all forms of traffic.

  • National Picasso Museum "War and Peace"

    National Picasso Museum "War and Peace"

    After the Second World War, Pablo Picasso chose to live and work on the French Riviera. His strong attachment to the Mediterranean coast led him to spend time in Antibes, Cannes and Mougins, and before this at Vallauris (known for its pottery industry) where he was to stay from 1948 to 1955.
    As well as a significant body of works in ceramic, the artist's stay was marked by several major paintings realised during this time. The museum exhibits two important works, War and Peace in the chapel. Each year the museum also hosts temporary exhibitions on certain themes.

  • Village of Vallauris Golfe-Juan

    Village of Vallauris Golfe-Juan

    Built in a checkerboard formation, to a very precise plan at the Abbey of Lérins (on the island in the bay of Cannes), the old village of Vallauris is surrounded by houses packed so tightly together that they served as ramparts.

    And to reinforce the defence, each corner of the square is protected by a tower. In days gone by, the two streets in the village linked the two gates to the village at opposite sides.

    In the village of Vallauris, you can follow the route which takes you on a tour of the churches and chapels, as well as visiting the Château de Vallauris, one of the rare Renaissance châteaux in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region.

    This village beside the Juan gulf is the most active centre on the Côte d'Azur when it comes to ceramic works of art and pottery. Many illustrious people have come here to admire the beauty of this place, including Jean Marais, Picasso and even Napoléon.

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