Cannes Halal-friendly holidays

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Halal-friendly holidays in Cannes

Cannes, the idyllic city on the French Riviera with turquoise seas and generous skies, is defined by its reputation for luxury. Also nicknamed “the playground for the rich and famous”, is recognized worldwide for its premier position in film festivals. However, this captivating city has much more to offer. Cannes is famous for its sparkling Promenade de la Croisette, its summer atmosphere, its food markets, its mouth-watering gastronomy and its picturesque landscapes.

Is Cannes Muslim-friendly?

Like in all big cities of France, Cannes is home to a few mosques that are open for prayer and various restaurants serving halal food. There are also a few hotels with halal-friendly features, such as serving some halal food upon request.

Is there halal food in Cannes?

The choices of halal restaurants in Cannes are varied: Indian, Middle Eastern and North African restaurants. On the other hand, it is essential to taste the Cannes specialties (halal) including Galette des Rois, Zucchini flower fritters, Ratatouille and Socca.

Are there any halal-friendly hotels in Cannes?

There are a few hotels in Cannes that offer halal food upon request and the majority are located near restaurants serving halal food. There are also some alcohol-free hotels and for those who are not, alcohol is removed from your room if you book on

What are the main attractions to visit in Cannes?

Promenade de la Croisette - This three kilometre promenade is lined with natural beauty, elegant buildings, palm trees and hotels, perfect for families, couples, solo hikers and groups of friends. There are also children's areas, an assortment of restaurants, cafes, beach clubs and benches in the shade or in full sun. You can also go window shopping or spoil yourself in brand stores.

Palais des Festivals - The place of all the splendour and charm of the Cannes Film Festival that dazzles us every year. The Palace has 18 rooms visited each year by an endless list of celebrities. It is accessible through the tourist office, from Monday to Saturday.

Old Port - Sparkling and shining, the old port is resplendent with five-star hotels and pleasant yachts in the bay. Visitors can book cruises, boat tours, or water activities there.

Le Suquet - A Roman village which resisted marine turbulence. Considered the oldest district of Cannes, it is full of stories with its winding and cobbled streets. Its old-fashioned charm is undoubtedly why Le Suquet is one of the most touristy places in Cannes.

Cannes Markets - The Marché Forville is overflowing with local fruits and vegetables and Cannes delicacies. The Gambetta Market is one of the main markets in Cannes, it is open every morning except Monday. The Mandelieu-la-Napoule Market is open every Friday evening and you can buy souvenirs, artisanal products and Cannes treats there.

Cannes Museums - Sitting atop Suquet Hill, the Musée de la Castre is located in a mediaeval castle which overlooks the picturesque town, the bay of the Côte d'Azur and the Lerine Islands. Among other collections, it has an eclectic collection with works of art from all over the world, notably from the Arab world with an orientalist perspective and from the Persian world with a collection of arts from Iran. The International Perfume Museum is a treasure chest for perfume lovers, offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in a world of smell, aroma and fragrance. It is considered the only one of its kind in the world.

Are there mosques in Cannes?

Grande Iqra Mosque of Cannes and Association of Muslims - The mosque is a pleasant, simple place of worship, characterised by its simplicity and elegant white decorations. The mosque has separate prayer rooms for men and women, a conference room, teaching spaces and a library. The exterior is well maintained with a beautiful patio.

Cannes Mosque - Al Madina Munawara - Small and welcoming, the mosque opens its doors half an hour before each prayer and closes them half an hour after the prayer. It can be recognised by its green gate and its name engraved below.

El Medina Cannes Mosque - Close to the tourist sites of Cannes and less than a ten-minute walk from the Palais des Festivals, it is only open during prayer times. It offers a space for women, Arabic classes and ablution facilities.

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