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Flights to Cannes

Cannes is a popular Riviera resort at all times of year, and direct flights from the UK to the closest airport, Nice Cote d'Azur, take around two hours. There are lots of speedy and affordable transfer options between the airport and Cannes, which is less than 20 miles away from Nice Airport. Cannes is also famed for hosting its annual film festival in May, alongside a number of other popular festivals and exhibitions.

Which is the main airport in Cannes?

Nice Cote d'Azur Airport is the gateway to Cannes, Monaco and all other Riviera resorts, and Nice is also a popular travel destination in its own right. Other attractions in the locality include the renowned city of Grasse, which has historic and contemporary links to the perfume industry, and the Alps, popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Nice Cote d'Azur Airport handles around 13 million passengers each year, and travellers can get to Cannes by local taxi from the airport, by using the Express bus 210 from Nice, or by rail. It's about 16 miles from Nice Cote d'Azur Airport to Cannes, and many hotels or package holiday providers offer shuttles for this short journey.

Which airlines offer flights to Cannes?

There are more than 50 airlines operating services to Nice Cote d'Azur Airport, including British Airways, easyJet, FinnAir, Iberia Express and Ryanair. Journey times from the UK are around two hours from London airports and regional airport hubs.

Why travel by plane to Cannes?

With speedy journey times and quick links from regional airports, it's not hard to understand why many UK and European visitors opt to travel by plane to Nice Cote d'Azur Airport when holidaying in Cannes. The Nice Cote d'Azur Airport also has frequent international arrivals from a range of popular destinations.

Before you travel to Cannes by plane - good to know!

Some of the best kept Cannes traveller destinations include exploring the nearby Lerins Islands and visiting the Musee de la Castre, which was constructed by monks in the 12th century and has a pretty tower offering the most spectacular views across Cannes Bay. Getting around Cannes is easy on foot, and this is probably the best way to explore as the compact seaside town can become very congested during peak season. Regular local bus services are affordable and operate to all the main towns and villages on the Cote d'Azur and inland destinations, too. The Cannes rail station is available for high-speed train journeys as well as local trips.

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