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Rue d’Antibes,
a shopping destination !

The jewel in the crown of shopping, the Rue d’Antibes runs parallel to the Croisette and spreads out its numerous shops over nearly 3 km. Specialised shops, multi-brand stores, world-famous boutiques and typical shops, this heart of the city is an urban stroll punctuated with unmissable addresses, along its elegant architecture and its surrounding streets.

Shopping rue d’Antibes

a trunk full of pleasure

Lined with shops on either side, the Rue d’Antibes is the epicentre of shopping. From the General Maubert roundabout to the Félix Faure pedestrian street, international, prestigious or typically local brands have taken up residence in the heart of this undeniable open-air shopping centre.

More than 800 shops line this urban stroll, where it is pleasant to stroll at any time of the day, with family or friends.

    • Zara (9 rue d’Antibes)
    • l’Occitane (54 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 39 99 23)
    • Mes Demoiselles (121 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 30 08 70)
    • Tara Jarmon (61 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 39 40 70)
    • Swatch (25 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 39 68 30)
    • Pain de Sucre (37 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 38 45 07)

are some of the shops you can discover on rue d’Antibes.

Depending on the season, the congress or the festival that comes to sparkle in Cannes, this main street is transformed and offers many events that enhance shopping on rue d’Antibes.

Rue d’Antibes

Cradle of commerce in Cannes

In addition to the myriad of well-known brands that line Rue d’Antibes, many typically shops have made the reputation of this artery, which is criss-crossed by streets where it is pleasant to stroll along. Perfumeries, jewellers, ready-to-wear, some shops are now well established in the hearts of the Cannois. This is notably the case of the famous shoemaker Jacques Loup (21 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 39 28 35) which, since 1941, has been displaying top-of-the-range shoes for women and men in its immaculate windows.

Or the Julian jeweller’s shop (71 rue d’Antibes +33 (0)4 93 39 30 68), a real living heritage which testifies to the rise of Cannes in the wake of Lord Brougham, thanks to its creation in 1862.

In addition to these addresses which have survived the ages, others, more contemporary, have built up a solid reputation and offer a wide range of objects and services for all tastes. Decorative and souvenir shops, beauty salons, confectioners, tea rooms, florists and leather goods shops all form a shopping itinerary that can be explored on foot for a few hours or the whole day.

In the wake of Rue d'Antibes

In addition to its string of boutiques, Rue d’Antibes also offers a succession of adjacent or parallel streets that allow you to continue your window shopping.

In the rue du commandant André, which leads to the Croisette, at the edge of the Carré d’Or, contemporary boutiques distil the latest trends.

Under the arcades of the Gray d’Albion, one of the prestigious hotels in Cannes, his passage will allow you to discover a few secret addresses and enjoy the coolness of this area between the rue d’Antibes and the Croisette in summer.

On the other side, rue Hoche is just a few steps away from your shopping excursion. It is home to numerous addresses for a gourmet break at any time of the day.

Finally, in the extension of the rue d’Antibes, the pedestrianised rue Félix Faure invites you to relax and sip a drink after your shopping or have lunch in the sun.