Opened in 1860, Auberge Provençale claims to be the oldest restaurant in Cannes. Its five dining rooms can accomodate up to 170 people and it is ... More
Opened in 1860, Auberge Provençale claims to be the oldest restaurant in Cannes. Its five dining rooms can accomodate up to 170 people and it is an ideal place for business meetings, gala evenings, wedding receptions as well as candlelit dinners. Specialities include fish dishes such as Bouillabaisse and Aïoli (Cod and Vegetables in a strong Garlic Sauce), Foie Gras (Homemade Duck) and Estouffade de Sanglier (Wild Boar). A set menu is also available for around EUR23, while the dish of the day can range from EUR16-41.
A water skiing instructor on this private beach will be happy to instruct you in the rudiments of this difficult
sport. Sunbeds are EURO 7.32 per half day and EURO 10.67 per full day. A set menu at the ...
Opposite the flower market (on Allees de la Liberte Charles de Gaulle), this restaurant, sporting two grinning green octopuses, serves
oysters, shellfish and other seafood. Since 1920, this restaurant has been a hot favourite with locals and tourists. Here, ...
Made up of two rooms, which can seat up to 70 people in total, this restaurant is wholly dedicated to
Provençal cuisine, with aioli (garlic based sauce) and flavours from the South like thyme, Camargue salt, anise, mint, olives, ...