La Croisette gets its name from a small cross that used to stand east of the bay. A favorite spot for locals and visitors ... More
La Croisette gets its name from a small cross that used to stand east of the bay. A favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, this wonderful promenade, in the heart of town, hugs the seashore and its beaches for several kilometers. To one side there's the Mediterranean, the Lerins Islands off the coast, and the Esterel mountain range. On the other, there are palm trees, elegant belle epoque hotels and fashionable boutiques. It is an ideal place to people-watch, especially during the Film Festival. The place was created during the 19th Century,
the beach front is very clean, well kept, the vendors are very hospitable, there is a superb selection of restaurant with wonderful service. The architecture is breathtaking and the mediteranean is inviting and pristine.
Jean Pascal Virebent is an important figure in the history of Toulouse. Appointed city architect in 1782, he radically changed
its layout. He opened up six new squares; Place de la Trinite is one of them. His nephew Urbain ...
This bar restaurant is situated on Square Merimee, right by the Croisette and just across from the Palais des Festivals
et des Congrès, home to the annual International Film Festival. Beer, ice cream and cocktails provide quick pop in ...
This elegant dining hall with a view of the sea offers a fabulous selection of seafood. Dishes include cassolette de
fruits de mer (seafood stew), soupe de poisson (fish soup), symphonie de poissons à la crème de palourdes (a ...