For good reason, some of the largest ships in the world have called the French Riviera home. The coastline offers every piece of infrastructure needed to elegantly disembark at your chosen beach club, eatery, or nightclub. Here, we examine the outstanding cruising areas in and around Cannes Bay in the South of France. After renting a boat in Cannes for the day or the weekend, you will be able to take part in amazing activities.
La guérite, arguably Cannes’ most well-known beach club, is a classic bar that was first established in the 1900s to provide ice-cold drinks to day boaters on the Iles de Lérins. The restaurant is swiftly rising to the top of Cannes’ party scene with some of the Riviera’s most extravagant events. Nothing compares to sailing your own boat into La Guérite and taking a swim after lunch amongst the islands.
Iles de Lérins
Dropping anchor and spending the day lounging in the sun is ideal in the glistening seas between the Iles de Lérins. For those seeking adventure and exploration, it is the perfect location because of the nearby lavender fields and a mediaeval abbey. For savouring, the specialities of the South of France, the historic restaurant of the Abbay offers the ideal tranquil and laid-back atmosphere.
Massif de L’Esterel
The Massif de L’Esterel offers some of the most stunning natural coves and bays on the other side of the bay. A great break from the more normal South of France shoreline, the red cliffs are stunning. The area is perfect for an afternoon of snorkelling because of the virtually unexplored marine fauna.
Carlton Beach Club
The recently rebuilt Carlton Beach Club radiates wonderful vintage sensations with its design from the 1960s. The top-notch gastronomic experience is a must-do for any tourists to Cannes, while sipping on an icy cold rosé from Provence. The beach club features a pier where yacht passengers can elegantly disembark after arriving.
Cannes is the perfect location to rent a boat and enjoy life on the sea, whether you’re a nature enthusiast or a party animal!