Located in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, Cannes is easily accessible by any means of transport.
Located 27 km. from the Nice Côte d’Azur airport, Cannes is accessible in less than 30 minutes. Nice Côte d’Azur airport, a major gateway to southern Europe, serves 90 destinations with direct flights and over 50 airlines. www.nice.aeroport.fr
Shuttles link the airport to Cannes in about 45 minutes (via highway) :
Departure from the airport at 8h00 and 9h00, then every ½ hour until 20h00. (via seaside) at 20h45 and 21h55
Line 210 – Price: €22. Return: €33.
Cannes-Mandelieu airport is used for general and business tourism. The economic and touristic vitality of the region has made Cannes-Mandelieu the second business travel airport after Paris-Le Bourget. Located 15 minutes from the city centre of Cannes and the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès de Cannes, the airport provides a great service linking the city with major European cities.
Cannes is linked to all the major European cities by road. The city is connected by the A8 motorway, "La Provençale" (exit N°43 Cannes La Bocca or exit Mougins/Cannes), from Aix en Provence to the west and from 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 1220 km – Amsterdam 1400 km –
The Route Napoléon (N85) from Golfe Juan to Grenoble follows the famous route taken by the Emperor when returning from the island of Elba in 1815.
Access possible: A8 Cannes/Antibes/Cannes la Bocca exit
From Paris: head towards Lyon (A6 motorway), then take the direction for Marseilles (A7) motorway, and then for Nice (A8 motorway) – Exit 40 for Cannes.
From Marseilles (A7 motorway), then take the direction for Aix en Provence, Nice (A8 motorway) – Exit 40 for Cannes.
The city of Cannes has great TGV, Corail and express train links between all the French regions and major European cities. This means of transport is the best way of discovering the spectacular landscapes along the coast at the feet of the Massif de l'Estérel with its red rocks and cliffs. www.idtgv.com ou www.voyages-sncf.com
A few examples of journey times: Cannes/Toulon : 1h15 - Cannes/Marseille : 2h - Cannes/Aix en Provence : 3h15 - Cannes/Lyon : 4h and Cannes/Paris: 5h15.
The TER covers the whole region from Saint-Raphaël to Monaco, via Antibes, Biot, Cagnes sur mer, Nice, Villefranche sur Mer.
By bus from the airport
Shuttles run between the airport and Cannes in around 45 minutes:
Departure from the airport at 8h00 and 9h00, then every ½ hour until 19h00 and at 20h00. 210 line – Rate: €22. Return: €33.
BlaBlaCar Bus https://www.blablacar.fr/bus/companies/blablabus
The boat will drop anchor in the bay of Cannes, passing close to the Iles de Lérins, and you will disembark at the quay in the very heart of the city, at the foot of Colline du Suquet.
At the end of the jetty in the old port of Cannes, between the 2 lighthouses, is a public helipad. Rate for landing or takeoff, indicative: €65 excluding VAT
Contact: HeliPartner - Cannes Center Helipad
Helicopter transfers Specialists Monaco - Nice - Cannes - Saint Tropez
Tel. : + 33 (0)4 93 39 25 56