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How to get to Cannes ?

Getting to Cannes in the heart of the Côte d’Azur by air, land or sea is already a source of inspiration.

The success of your meetings, seminars, conventions or conferences starts here, thanks to infrastructures accustomed to welcoming business customers. The ease of access to Cannes is an essential asset to business travellers​.

By air

Located 27 km from Nice Côte d’Azur airport, Cannes is accessible in under 30 minutes. Nice Côte d’Azur airport, the major gateway for South Europe, serves 90 destinations by direct flight and hosts some 50 airlines. www.nice.aeroport.fr

Shuttles provide a connection between the airport and Cannes in about 45 minutes (by motorway):

Departing from the airport at 08:00 and 09:00, then every 30 minutes until 19:00 then at 20:00.

Line 210 – Fare: €22 -  Return: €33
Tél. : + 33 (0) 4 93 39 11 39
Freefone : 0800 06 01 06
www.cg06.fr

Cannes-Mandelieu airport is mainly used for general tourism and business aviation. The economic and tourist vitality of the region has made Cannes-Mandelieu the second largest business aviation airport after Paris-Le Bourget. Located 15 minutes from Cannes town centre and the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès de Cannes, the airport is the preferred tool to link the town directly to major European cities.
www.cannes.aeroport.fr

By road

Cannes is linked to all the major cities in Europe via the motorway network. The city is served by the A8 “La Provençale” motorway (exit 43 Cannes La Bocca or the Mougins/Cannes exit), from Aix en Provence in the west and Italy in the east.

A few examples of distances: Paris 950 km – Milan 320 km – Geneva 630 km – Barcelona 670 km – Rome 710 km - Munich 810 km – Brussels 1,220 km – Amsterdam 1,400 km – The Napoleon Way (N85) from Golfe Juan to Grenoble retraces the historic route taken by the Emperor on his return from the island of Elba in 1815.

By train

The city of Cannes is widely served by TGV, the Corail train and express trains connecting it to every French region and to the largest cities in Europe. This method of transport will allow you to discover spectacular landscapes beside the sea at the foot of the Estérel mountain range with its red rock and escarpments. www.idtgv.com ou www.voyages-sncf.com
A few examples of journey times: Cannes/Toulon: 1 hr 15 mins - Cannes/Marseilles: 2 hrs - Cannes/Aix en Provence: 3 hrs 15 mins - Cannes/Lyon: 4 hrs and Cannes/Paris: 5 hrs 15 mins.

The TER allows you to travel through the entire Saint-Raphaël region to Monaco, via Antibes, Biot, Cagnes sur mer, Nice and Villefranche sur Mer.
www.ter-sncf.com/paca

By sea

The boat will drop anchor in the Bay of Cannes, passing close by the Lérins islands, or come alongside the quay in the port, right in the heart of the town, at the foot of Le Suquet hill..

By helicopter

At the end of the jetty at Cannes Vieux Port, between the 2 lighthouses, a platform hosts the heliport. This station is intended for public transport on request by helicopter.
Rate per touch-down (landing and take-off) as an example: €65, excl. tax

Contact : HeliPartner - Hélistation Cannes Centre Ville
Specialist transfers by helicopter in Monaco - Nice - Cannes - Saint Tropez
Tél. : + 33 (0)4 93 39 25 56
info@helipartner.com