Cannes Croisette: the main part of the Boulevard de la Croisette is included in this district, that is why the denomination. This path which makes of Cannes a world famous shelters indeed the Palace of the festivals and the Congresses. To those who turn the eyes of the world and the spotlight for two weeks in May at the International Film Festival.Before acquiring this popularity of prestigious boulevard, the Croisette was a path of dunes called "small cross" where reeds and marshes lived there. Then, in 1853, it underwent a development to become a public promenade, and later carrossable.As the rise of Cannes began with the arrival of Lord Brougham in the city with the railway, the boulevard was first baptized that of the Empress in 1866. Since then, it reflects the image of a modern city , Mundane and luxurious.But this part of the city that plunges into the bay of Cannes and bordered by 6 other districts offers luxury boutiques, exceptional Art Deco buildings and beautiful beaches. In other words, it is the most exclusive neighborhood in the city.As for the most famous beaches, they are always spread along this walk and most of them are managed by the palaces. Some beaches are even artificial to keep the extent of the track.As the city's DNA, downtown Croisette has the green spaces that make the reputation of this boulevard including the first Albert garden, square de Verdun or that of May 8, 1945. In addition to harmonizing the layout Of the territory, they respond to the envy of those who want to rest in peace.It is thus necessary to admit that for the most popular evenings of the city, the place is full of pubs, bars, night clubs and night clubs even the most distinct. It is the bling-bling district where the frenzy does not fail to attract the young and the revelers with the festive atmosphere of days and nights especially in high season and during the Festival of Cannes. Discover Cannes Croisette!