A gourmet restaurant in the centre of the Côte d’Azur
The Bastide Bruno Oger offers an ideal stopover to enjoy Cannes and the surrounding area. While these days it has become a flagship location for international events, the city also lends itself wonderfully to a relaxing and revitalising stay.
One day is enough to provide you with that much needed change of scenery, whether you are exploring its stunning coastline or the many treasures of the Provençal countryside: Gourdon, Roquebrune Cap Martin, Saint-Paul de Vence, Vallauris...
Le Cannet and Cannes, for charming stays and important professional events
Situated in Le Cannet, the Bastide Bruno Oger offers a location that allows you to enjoy both the gentle Provençal way of life and the dynamism of a world-famous destination.
In the immediate vicinity of Cannes, Le Cannet has preserved the charm of its old town centre, inviting you to wander down the rue Saint-Sauveur and discover its many artisans; to visit the delightful Bonnard museum; to languish around its ancient fountains and to delight in the atmosphere of its typically Provençal squares. Nestled in the heart of seven hills, Le Cannet also offers, from its heights, magnificent views of the Mediterranean, stretching all the way from the Lérins islands - a not-to-be-missed excursion - to the Esterel massif.
As for Cannes, these days it is difficult to imagine the quiet fishing village it once was... In the 19th century it became a winter resort, popular with the English, who were won over by its myriad attractions. And it was of course with the international film festival, that began in 1946, that Cannes was projected into the world of glamourous upmarket events.
Today, with its inimitable mix of La Croisette glamour and old winding streets, the town is as much a flagship for business tourism and all-year-round, professional international events, as it is a seaside resort, ever popular with French and foreign tourists.