In addition to the coastline, the island belongs to the Lerin Abbey. Even further from the bustle of the city than its neighbor, it is a paradise of calm and spirituality. Between the vineyard and the monastic architecture – the abbey, chapels and a fortified monastery, religious as well as military, better known as Tours – a soothing atmosphere is cultivated on the island that promotes detachment in order to withstand the turmoil of the world.The abbey, founded around 410, was rebuilt three times from the moment its foundation. This is a monastery house from the 12th and 13th centuries, a Neo-Roman monastery. Cistercian monks settled on the island and embody 16 centuries of monastic life.
She follows the rule of writing. Mass and six services, three and a half hours of prayers per day, emphasize the life of the community, whose main source of income is the production of wines and liquors from their ancestors.
Soon, organic grades, six grape varieties (five for red wine, three for red wine) are grown under 8 hectares. white). The exceptional climatic conditions of the island make it possible to produce annually from 35 to 40,000 bottles, some of which are served during official meals by the President of the Republic. On the last Sunday of October, the auction allows donations to charity. Made from 44 plants, Lérina liquor (yellow or green), which reaches 9,000 bottles, is also known for the experience of the Lérins monks. His recipe, known only to one monk, is passed down from generation to generation. Finally, the monks grow more than 100 olive trees, producing from 300 to 400 liters of oil and lavender beds placed.
Built in 1793 at strategic points east and west of St. Marguerite Island – as on Saint-Honorat Island – on the orders of Napoleon Bonaparte, the stoves are heated to more than 1000 degrees of cannonballs with a range of 2000 meters, setting fire to ships, neutralized. Perfectly preserved, these stoves are considered historical monuments since 1908. Of the remaining 10 in France, 4 are on the Lerins.
Cannes, the capital of outdoor sports. A city of sporting tradition, with a mild climate and exceptional environment, between the sea and the green hills, Cannes is particularly suitable for outdoor sports.
Marked trails. Like Sydney, Rio or Miami, hardworking or Sundays, tourists or runners can now walk 100 kilometers along 14 hiking and running trails scattered throughout the area. They are easy to identify with the color code indicated by pictograms and materialized with tags.
Exclusively furnitured villa. Gym. Another event that is celebrated is fitness, which offers 4 outdoor areas, created in the form of connected areas with an area of about 100 m2. These places of well-being and positive energy, available to everyone for free — some also designed for people with reduced mobility — allow you to perform several combinations of exercises depending on their level. Four allocated sites are and will be installed on the outskirts of Romano, west of the city, east of and the boulevard. In total, the villa announces thirty outdoor sports facilities, and more than 50 sports events held throughout the year are designated as Cannes, the capital of outdoor sports. So many sporting events can be found in the Route de Cannes spot app.
Sporting events. Sport is really located in the heart of the city, as the mayor organizes or participates in the organization of about 270 sporting events, such as Jumping International Cannes in June, the Royal Regatta in Cannes, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Cannes is, of course, the ideal city for water sports, water skiing, kite surfing, paddle training in the bay and around the islands, in a dream setting at two naval bases, renamed Florence. Arthood pays tribute to the navigator.
This global gathering brings together a total of 4,600 national and international journalists who gravitate towards and around a significant place: the Palace of Festivals and Congresses. In addition to the films participating in the competition, the Festival presents in its official selection “Special Requests”, non-competitive films, special sessions and midnight sessions, films about the heritage presented at the Cannes classics, and a selection of school films. In addition to the official selection, a society created by filmmakers and critics was launched. The Cannes Film Festival attracts around 200,000 visitors and professionals. 200 million euros of economic benefits for the Cannes area.