The Suquet Cannes: Cannes is not only the Croisette. To have a different vision of the city, you have to go to the "old town". It is in this height of the city that the history of a fishing village has developed. Yes, the district was built on an altitude of 66 meters which overlooks the Gulf of Napoule. At the foot of the hill stands the Vieux Port.It is above all a strategic place for its occupants during the invasions of the pirates and the brash. The idea was for them to protect themselves from attacks. Over time, a castle was established there by the monks as a refuge in the Middle Ages. Impressions of these impressive stories are still present in this authentic and lively neighborhood.Lanes, historical heritage and workshops of contemporary artists blend into the heart of Mont-Chevalier. A magnificent setting in which are added houses with colorful facades and esplanades ornamented with flowers and plants. You have to take Rue Saint-Antoine to enjoy the typical local cuisine with its terraces.Le Suquet is also a place that invites to relax with the reputation of the city during the tournament of Boulle during the International Festival of Pétanque. It has its own bowling alley, one of the sports that is the pride of Cannes. The frame still honors this medieval city with its painted wall background.To know that the neighborhood did not fail to promote the arts in the old morgue. It is the place of eloquence for three visual artists. The visit is open to the public one weekend a month and the residence hosts ephemeral exhibitions.For the delight of tourists in search of local culture, the Castre Museum in the heart of the gardens of the fortress dates from the 10th century with the tower. It exhibits remnants of the Middle Ages offered by Baron Lycklama. The Church of Our Lady of Hope is in the same square and offers music concerts, especially in summer. Discover the Suquet in Cannes !