With more than 13 km of adapted routes, discovering Cannes by bike all year round is possible! Those who love cycling will be able to go for a ride in complete confidence and discover some of the most beautiful spots in Cannes.
And for the more sporty, the Côte d’Azur is waiting for you, pedal through the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean. Not forgetting all the good tips and answers to your practical questions: rentals, bike parking, safety.
Pedal along the seafront for over 4 km between la Croisette and Golfe Juan
Follow the seafront along the cycle path from La Croisette to Palm Beach (1.7 km in both directions between the ferry terminal and the entrance to Port Canto) then continue from the Gould roundabout to Golfe Juan. Called “Les Mirandoles”, this 2.6 km section completes “La Littorale”, the seaside cycle path.
The most beautiful spots along the route:
You will discover the famous Croisette beaches, the authentic Mouré Rouge beaches, a small paradise at the Croisette point, as well as the coastline facing the Lérins Islands up to the beaches of Golfe Juan.
2. In Cannes la Bocca district
Chemin Plaine de Laval (1,2 km) in the heart of the Siagne valley
Avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin (twice 800 metres)
Axe Coubertin/Jourdan (1 km)
A few more pedal strokes
to discover the Côte d'Azur ?
Wonderfully situated on the seafront, Cannes is easily connected to Golfe Juan to the east and Mandelieu to the west, the Esterel Massif and the Corniche d’Or. Ideal for discovering the Côte d’Azur, the cycle path “La littorale” runs along the Mediterranean.
1. Pedal your way to Golfe Juan
Cannes – Golfe Juan (12 km by bike round trip)
Period : all year round
Public : very easy – for everyone
After the Gare Maritime, north of the Port of Cannes, the EuroVélo 8 itinerary heads east on the Boulevard de la Croisette (2.7 km). After the Palm Beach (Place Franklin Roosevelt), the cycle route continues east of the Cap de la Croisette, on Boulevard Eugène Gazagnaire, first on a 730 m cycle track recently laid out up to the Paul Harris roundabout and then on a 760 m shared lane which joins the roundabout on Avenue du Maréchal Juin (D6007) by a moderate climb. A beautiful 2.5km cycle path runs alongside the D6007 and then leaves it for a shared lane that leads to the centre of Golfe-Juan (Vallauris commune).
2. Pedal your way to Mandelieu
Cannes-Mandelieu (20 km by bike to Mandelieu and back + 10 to 20 km more to discover the Corniche d’Or from Saint-Raphaël)
Period : all year round
Public : easy – for everyone
A route that follows the sea to Mandelieu to discover superb views bordered by the turquoise Mediterranean waters and the red rocks of the Esterel massif.
Cycling with confidence
Cannes is committed to soft modes of transport and does everything to make your life easier and reassure you thanks to its welcome charter and its Accueil vélo label.
The Cannes Tourist Office is a member of the Charte Accueil Les Alpes-Maritimes à Vélo which facilitates access to cyclists by offering a bike park at its entrance.