1. Take a selfie on the red carpet
Located at the beginning of the famous Avenue de la Croisette, the Palais des Festivals, and its famous steps, covered with its red carpet is the most photographed place on instagram of Cannes. Take your turn and immortalize your passage on the 42 most famous steps in the world.
3. E-bike tour
In this 2 and half tour, with our english speaking and local tour guide, explore Cannes from the west to the east. the old port, the Suquet neighborhood, the famous La Croisette boulevard, La Californie or Palm Beach area will have no more secrets for you.
4. Try the local specialty " la socca" at the market
Cooked in a pizza-style wood-fired oven, socca specialty from the Côte d'Azur, made from chickpea flour and olive oil, is a must-go for local gastronomy. 2.5 € per share at [soccannes](http://soccannes.fr/) on the market Forville.
5. Shop like a star on La Croisette and Rue d'Antibes
Between the rue d'Antibes and the Croisette, no major luxury brand is missing but this real open-air shopping center also offers art galleries, designer and ready-to-wear boutiques, jewelery, leather goods, perfumery, beauty institutes, and decoration shops ... Cannes as well as Paris, Milan, London, New York or Dubai is a must-see shopping destination.
6. Explore the lérins island
The lérins islands are located in the bay of Cannes, the crossing by boat since the departure of the old take about 10min. The archipelago consists of two islands: to the north, Sainte-Marguerite, the largest, famous for its fort which would have housed the man with the iron mask, the royal fort which is visible from the palm beach district, and the south Saint-Honorat, smaller, known for its monastery and vineyard. The islands are protected and only totally pedestrian, no vehicle, electric or bicycle is allowed. The company Trans Côte d'Azur offers a connection every half hour for € 14 return