The All Saints’ Day holiday in Cannes is the promise of the Indian summer. It’s nice and warm, up to 26 °, the sea is still warm with a divine temperature at 22 °. This is the perfect season for long walks by the sea, lunch on the beach and a few sea baths.
Here are my suggestions and good ideas for the busy All Saints’ Day holidays.
If you like outdoor activities:
You can enjoy a day as in the days of the trappers; you can play as if you were an explorer and living an incredible adventure experience at Trapper Camp. www.okwide.fr
Play Indians crossing the sea with kayaks to reach the Lérins Islands, Two seater kayak is unsinkable, very stable and suitable for beginners.
The opportunity to discover the beautiful Cannes coastline. www.kayak-evasion.fr. A beautiful hike on the water under the guidance of Jean-Louis (State certified Patent.): “Go to the edge of the Convention ( Sainte Marguerite Island, go to the other side, land on the beautiful cove “Dream’s Beach” for beautiful diving and lunch, then offer those who want to make a round trip to the second island, the island Saint Honorat. So some of them will find adventure and relaxation, and some others will find adventure and discovery. And then quietly return in the evening by making small swimming breaks. “
Play golf with the family: a destination “Open” on all desires! Lavish golf courses offering their greens. Near the coast or inland, sharpen your swing, adults or children, and discover one of the 10 prestigious courses in the Riviera!
Sleep at Fort Royal on Sainte-Marguerite Island and discover the history of the island and its famous prisoner, The Man In the Iron Mask. From Thursday October
20 to Sunday, October 23 and from Saturday October 29 to Wednesday, November 2nd, the International Center for Living opens its doors to families. Enjoy the Fort Royal experience. One night with dinner and breakfast: € 51.75 – www.cannes-jeunesse.fr
If you want to go to a show:
Ask for the complete festival program Les P’tits Cannes à You
Since its creation in 2005, this young festival audience is a hit! Unmissable rendez-vous for the young public from Cannes between 3 to 13 years old, P’tits Cannes à You offers a very affordable priced program to share with your family. Theater, cinema, circus, puppets, storytelling, dance and workshops, the All Saints’ Day holiday go at full speed!
Saturday, October 22 at 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm
PETER PAN – CONCERT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (starting at 6 years old)
When Olivier Penard sets to music the story of Peter Pan, this orphan child who did not want to grow, he creates a fantastic world of sound that follows the incredible adventures of the young hero, of his friends and his enemies. The original text of James Matthew Barrie, this musical tale manages to retain all the emotions of the story, the thrill of the fight with fear about the future of the boy, through the love and jealousy of the fairies to the benevolence of the nice Wendy. Through this work, children from 6 years can discover a wide range of instruments and legendary characters.
Music: OLIVIER PENARD Peter Pan, musical tale / Nicolas André management – Narrator, student-actor of the Regional School of actors Cannes Auditorium Arlucs -TICKETS +33 (0) 4 92 98 62 77
Sunday, October 23 at 8:00 pm STREET DANCE CLUB (starting at 8 years old)
The spirit of the Roaring Twenties … an original choreography in hip-hop roots enriched with multiple influences, from classical to contemporary.
With Street Dance Club, Andrew Skeels brings back the spirit of the Roaring Twenties and Jazz clubs from the 1920-30 years in New York, such as the Cotton Club and the Savoy Ballroom, which have generated so many joyous dances and genius musicians.
He uses an original choreography the hip-hop roots enriched with multiple influences, from classical to contemporary. Seven dancers – all audiences from 8 years old Palais des Festivals et des Congrès – Debussy Theatre
If you like digital or interactive games, go to Numaginaire Festival:
Saturday 22 and Wednesday, October 26, and November 2, from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. Activate the gamepads! Hundreds of games to play on PS3, Wii U, 3DS xl and digital tablets – MJC Picaud
Saturday, October 29 at 4:00 pm The Wolf Among Us. A narrative game set in “point and click” and adapted after comic series tales. From 12 years old. Free Information and registration -+33 (0)4 97 06 44 83
Wednesday, November 2 from noon to midnight Presentation and network gaming: competition of fighting games Street Fighter 5 and sports. Participative video and Night of Horror game – Médiathéque Noailles
If these suggestions deserve further information, please contact the Palais des Festivals Tourist Office. The team knowledge of programs and Cannes tips will help you make the All Saints’ Day holiday, an unforgettable moment of quality. www.cannes-destination.com
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