If the luxury shops of Rue d’Antibes aren’t quite to your tastes (or at least, to your wallet’s tastes), you can hope to find a much more budget-friendly bargain here. Most of the houses are charming 18th century constructs that have been refashioned into either trendy and affordable boutiques or some of the mind-blowing cuisine destinations in the world. Do you souvenir and gift shopping here while trying your hardest not be distracted by the beguiling scents tempting you from every corner of the street. The food, the pastries and chocolates are prettily and decadently served up. The best part is that the eateries here aren’t franchises, but locally owned businesses.
Right next door to this culinary heaven is the MarcheForville or the Covered Market, known as the ‘Belly of Cannes’ and now completely pedestrian zed. The 6-iron roofed pavilion was erected in 1880, and in it’s colourful and airy confines lie a cook’s delight. Every kind of food imaginable– vegetable, cheese, meat, fruit is sold here as are the freshest of flowers.
- On Monday, a flea market sits here instead.
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17.87% of people who visit Cannes include Rue Meynadier And Marche Forville in their plan
07 AM - 08 AM
87.5% of people start their Rue Meynadier And Marche Forville visit around 07 AM - 08 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Rue Meynadier And Marche Forville
50% of people prefer walking in order to reach Rue Meynadier And Marche Forville