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Explore The Lérins Islands - Cannes

The Lérins Islands are a group of four Mediterranean islands located just off the coast of Cannes, in the south of France. They are a popular destination for yacht goers, offering stunning scenery, pristine beaches, and a fascinating history.

The two main islands of the Lérins are Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat, each with its own unique attractions.

Sainte-Marguerite is the larger of the two islands and is known for its stunning forested areas, numerous beaches, and the impressive Fort Royal, which was once used as a state prison and now houses a museum dedicated to the island's history. Visitors can explore the fort, hike along the island's many trails, or relax on one of the island's secluded beaches.

Saint-Honorat is the smaller of the two islands and is home to a 15th-century monastery that is still occupied by Cistercian monks. Visitors can explore the monastery and its vineyards, enjoy a meal at one of the island's restaurants, or relax on one of the island's quiet beaches.

The islands are just offshore from Cannes, Visitors can also rent a private boat or charter a yacht to explore the islands at their own pace.

The Lérins Islands are a beautiful and fascinating destination in the south of France, offering a unique blend of history, nature, and relaxation. Ask the experts at to help you plan your next trip


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