Nannies in Cannes
Nanny du Soleil offers you top quality nanny services in Cannes. Please see bellow some useful info about Cannes and free things to do in Cannes with kids!
Whatever you choose to do on your family holiday, you are sure to find a huge range of activities across Cannes with your family or with Nanny du soleil. There is something for everyone, every ability and every age. Check out the selection of things to do below for some holiday inspiration!
In Cannes itself:
The beaches are very extensive, clean and safe for swimming. Our nannies can prepare picnic and spend nice day at the beach and enjoy the sun and see, while you are spending day with your partner.
Cannes is proposing various watersports,sailing available, tennis With Club des Dauphines your child can learn to swim from the age of 3 and a half on the public beach of “Bijou Plage” in Cannes. There are children’s playgrounds at both end of the Croisette, carousels etc. The ferry trip out to Isle Ste Marguerite where the prison that the Man in the Iron Mask was held may appeal. The island itself has mnumerous small coves which are excellent for swimming and snorkelling.
Boats leave from the old harbour in Cannes very frequently
Exclusive in Cannes, you can enjoy an afternoon of paddle boarding with high quality equipment from Stand up Paddle Board. Great for a memorable time with kids – older kids will enjoy too. You can find them on Plage du Mouré Rouge, Pointe du Palm Beach. Choose from half an hour hire or for a cruise around the Mediterranean Sea.
Fun city at Cannes La Bocca is proposing a lot of activities for ages up to 12 years. Very famous is Marineland where your children can spend amazing day full of adventures. If you take the short trip to Juan les Pins there is a large trampoline area as well as a mini go-kart track…ideal for young boys. They are adjacent to each other in the centre of Juan Les Pins (on the promenade). In close proximity to this you have the petit train that does a return trip to Antibes.
What a fantastic way to see Cannes with VisiTour! With a quick briefing before your tour your on your way, visiting all the main sights of Cannes, including the old town, shopping district, all the beautiful hotels along la Croisette, Palais de Congres and much more. The tour is informative and the guides are very knowledgeable about the local area. With high spirited children and their ever bubbling enthusiasm, you can go on a cycling tour around the city. A map can help you find the cycle routes and you can definitely enjoy the city and its aura. There are many places in Cannes that allows you to hire a bike and gears relating to the ride. Kids love this activity in Cannes.
All aboard the Petit train at Palais des Festivals, for a tour of historic Cannes and the famous Croisette. It starts and finishes right in front of the steps of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès so it is easy to find.
Headsets explain everything about the town in 8 languages and the tour takes approx 1 hour. Kids will love the train, it runs at a good speed, so they wont get bored and stops at the top of the Suquet for 10 minutes where you can take fantastic photos of the city!
Apart from art and crafts, play-dough, picnics, dens, treasure hunt, water play, making sandcastles , listening to music and learning a few new words, songs and dance, here are some more specific activities we suggest for children who visit Cannes and the French Riviera, with a Nanny du Soleil.
France is known for its high-end shopping galleries, one of a kind artwork, raw and liberal culture and fashionable ambience. Cannes in France is world-famous for its film festival though that isn’t the only worthy attribute or destination of this trendy city. If you visit Cannes with your family and friends, do check out these beautiful places which are a sin to be missed!
Cannes on the Cote d’Azulass is one of the most appealing cities on the French Riviera. The name Cannes is strongly linked to major festivals like the Cannes Film Festival, the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival, the International Fireworks Festival and other major events such as the Cannes Yacht Show, the MIPIM, the Mipcom and the Midem. In the 2nd century BC a fishing village on the Mediterranean sea was established under the name Aegitna. The village was used as a guarding port to the Lerins Islands. In the 10th century the city became known as Cannua, named after the reeds in the swamp (Canne). These small Ligurian port had a tower that overlooked the swamp where later the city of Cannes would rise. The main activity at that time was the defense of the Lerins islands. The Lerins islands consist of four islands off the coast of Cannes. The two major inhabited islands Ile Sainte Marguerite and Saint Honorat. The other two islands are uninhabited Ilot Saint Ferrol and Ilot de la Tradelière.