Jardin

Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of Le Cannet's gardens by taking a stroll along their tree-bordered alleys, or resting in the shade of one of their many olive or pine trees... In the Pinède Mounier, Pinède des Amandiers and Jardin de la Princesse squares, you will find many benches and shaded areas. Others, such as jardin des Oliviers, square Aubanel or jardin de l'Etoile are also equipped with playgrounds for children, which means that you can have a moment to yourself while your children are busy playing!


For a nature break

Pine trees, olive trees and many other trees and shrubs... these gardens and parks welcome you into their alleys and paths to enjoy a real nature break.

  • Pinède Mounier (rue Louis Icard)
  • Pinède des Gendarmes d'Ouvéa (Chemin de Carimaï)
  • Pinède des Amandiers (Allée des Amandiers)
  • Jardin de la princesse (at the corner of boulevard Paul Doumer and montée Bellevue)

 

For children

Most of the town's squares and gardens are fitted with child-safe playground equipment enabling your children to play in perfect safety. Swings, slides, spring-carried playground devices... while they are busy having fun, you are free to enjoy the gardens' lawns, benches and shaded areas!Square Carnot (boulevard Sadi Carnot)

  • Jardin des Oliviers (Avenue Thiers)
  • Jardin du Tivoli (At the corner of rue des Orangers and rue des Oliviers)
  • Square Aubanel (At the corner of rue d'Ormesson, rue de Cannes, rue Sainte-Catherine)
  • Square Calmette (At the corner of allée du docteur Calmette and rue des Ecoles)
  • Jardin de l'Etoile (Rue Jules Ferry) *
  • Pinède Désiré Pignata (Avenue de la Pinède)
  • Jardin du Maréchal Koenig (Rue Buffon)
  • Square Turpin (Boulevard du Four à Chaux)
  • Square Auguste Taba (Rue Auguste Taba)
  • Square Cité Jardins (Rue Cité Jardin)
  • Square René Cassin (At the corner of avenue Georges Pompidou)


* The jardins de l'Etoile also has a paddling pool which will delight all small children. Open every day in July and August (even on bank holidays), from 2 pm to 7 pm, to children of up to 10 years old. Swim suits mandatory, or swim nappies for children under 3. Although the pool is controlled by an agent on site (in charge of overseeing water hygiene and quality), parents or accompanying adults are responsible for their children's safety.

 

To enjoy the atmosphere...

Savour the Mediterranean atmosphere by going for a stroll in one of the gardens equipped with pétanque pitches for pétanque aficionados. Good mood guaranteed, as is the authentic Provençal accent of the pétanque pros as they "pointe" and "tire" their way through the game.

  • Pinède D. Pignata (Avenue de la Pinède)
  • Square Aubanel (At the corner of rue d'Ormesson, rue de Cannes, rue Sainte-Catherine)
  • Square René Cassin (At the corner of avenue Georges Pompidou)