Le Suquet
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Elizabeth W
Sao Paulo, SP2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022 • Couples
We stayed in the Hotel 2 freres in Roquebrunne, in the mountain, that is a very nice village with the marvelous view of Monaco. The hotel does not have good maintenance and the room in very small, so I recommend that you visit the village but stay elsewhere. The restaurant Rampoldi with 1 Michelin star if the chef Salvatore in Monaco is fantastic!
I also recommend the Picasso Museum in Antibes.
It was a wonderful trip!
Written August 1, 2022
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Ann H
York, UK2,463 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023
After a short uphill walk, we arrived at this historic part of Cannes with its cobbled streets, quaint alleyways and beautiful architecture round every corner. There are restaurants, art galleries and scattered shops selling lots of great things - not a souvenir shop in sight as far as we saw. The views across Cannes and out to the sea are magnificent with plenty of photo opportunities.
Written February 10, 2023
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Dragan Petrović
Munich, Germany1,091 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
Le Suquet is an Old Town in Cannes. It is located just above the port and some 450 metres from the west end of the famous Croisette Boulevard.
This hilly old neighbourhood of Cannes with its cobblestone winding narrow streets, which are about 400 years old, is full of cafes, restaurants and shops. On top of the hill, there are Museum of World Explorations and Church of Our Lady of Hope. Shady little plateau in front of the church provides a magnificent view of Cannes.
Recommended.
Written August 24, 2021
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ogerkan
New York City, NY4,742 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022
We stayed at an apartment hotel in Le Suquet so we were able to frequent these pedestrian streets daily. Many places to enjoy a coffee, glass of wine and/or a meal. The views from the Cathedral at the top are the best.
Written May 6, 2022
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ymt888
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia1,891 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Le Suquet is at the top of the hill overlooking Cannes and is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Cannes. It was a nice slow walk up the windy, cobbled street of restaurants to reach this old quarter. At the top, there is an old beautiful church and a castle, and a lovely sweeping view of the city and seaside.
Written July 9, 2020
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Djordje M
Belgrade, Serbia884 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Family
Unfortunately, we just passed here with Petit Train. Still it's amazing. Have some great vibe, also like in some movies. Several very qute old streets with pubs and restaurants.
Definitly gonna come back and spend more time, it's worth it
Written October 28, 2022
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Los Angeles, CA152 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
The area of Le SUQUET is incredibly charming!!!!! This is also a great place to get a panoramic view of Cannes from above ✨
Written March 7, 2023
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MargiSu
Holmfirth, UK923 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Couples
Le Suquet is the old quarter of Cannes and the original fishermen’s residential area, the houses are all very old, and the streets were laid out at least 400 years ago. The area is probably best known as the climbing, winding cobbled lanes of Rue Saint Antoine and Rue du Suquet, originally the main road into Cannes. There is a clock tower, the sixteenth century Église Notre Dame d'Esperance. The fortified Tower and Chapel of St Anne house the Musée de la Castre. Beautiful views of the marina area can be seen from a plaza to the left of the clock tower and, from the other side of the church, magnificent views over the Bay of Cannes.
It is a 5-minute walk from the beach and is full of good quality gourmet restaurants around the Rue Saint Antoine and the Rue du Suquet.
Take the gradual path (off Rue Felix Faure junction with Rue Georges Clemenceau to Rue Saint-Antoine, Rue du Suquet, Traverse de la Tour) to the panoramic lookout point which passes shops and restaurants. On the way down walk down the many steps which end near the bus station (Gare Routier) whose office building has a beautiful mural above the entrance, or take Rue Mont Chevalier and walk past the prison where the Man in the Iron Mask was kept briefly kept prisoner. Free restrooms are located down the steps but bring paper for both the potty as well as for drying your hands.
At the bottom of Le Suquet on Rue Dr. P. Gazagnaire is the Marché Forville, where the market is held in the mornings and early afternoon.
Written February 6, 2015
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Reimmop
Golden, CO52 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2012 • Family
Try to leave your car at the bottom of the Old Cannes (the Suquet) in the parking of the Forville market and be prepared to walk uphill for about 20 to 30 mn in the narrow and busy streets leading to the Musée de la Castre, sheltered in a 12th-century castle which once belonged to the monks of the Lérins islands just offshore. The museum houses a beautiful collection of objects of Mediterranean origin, but more importantly it allows you to access the highest monument of the city of Cannes. From the courtyard of the castle, climb the narrow stairs leading to the top of the tower. From there you will have a magnificent panoramic view on the bay of Cannes, the old harbor of Cannes, the Islands of Lérins and the mountainous back country. It is best to leave early, between 9 and 10 am, before the tourists invade the site. Bring friends and family. This is a must see attraction.
Written February 27, 2013
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Bubbles73uk
Weedon Bec, UK847 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Solo
I would suggest walking up the rue Saint Antoine - it is quite a steep hill but its shops and traditional and gourmet restaurants are lovely and quaint.

The prize is the scenic views of the bay of Cannes at the top from the "place de la Castre". You can visit Notre Dame de l'Esperance church, medieval castle "La Castre" and its chapel transformed into a museum.

Then you can return back down via the centre of town, using the rue Mont Chevalier or rue Saint Antoine, then stroll through the pedestrian rue Meynadier with its speciality shops.
Written March 12, 2017
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