Nestled in the heart of 7 hills like the Eternal City of Rome, the town of Le Cannet combines tradition and modernity, and offers visitors an open view over the Mediterranean Sea. In the heart of its village, Vieux-Cannet will win you over with its authenticity. Here, visitors can admire exceptional works by the famous painter Pierre Bonnard, and the Museum dedicated to him puts on international level exhibitions. The artists and arts and craftspeople quartered in their galleries and workshops are the guarantors of creativity and an age-old skill. Rue Saint Sauveur and the Saint Sauveur chapel, decorated by Théo Tobiasse, invite you on a walk to meet with its artists in the midst of an authentic village setting. The incomparable light of the panoramic landscapes and Provencal alleyways is combined with the quality gastronomy introduced by Bruno Oger, a Michelin 2-star chef. A heritage typical of the Côte d’Azur that opens up like a balcony over the sea, making the “Madeira of France” “an enchantment pleasing to the eye” and invites us, away from the hustle and bustle and in complete tranquillity, to enjoy the easy living in Le Cannet Côte d’Azur.