The Air Islands are four small Mediterranean islands near the French Riviera in Cannes. The two largest islands in this group are St. Margaret Island and St. Honolat Island. The smaller islands of Saint-Ferréol and Tradelière are uninhabited.
Saint Margaret is the largest island in the sailing archipelago, about half a mile from the small town of Cannes on the French Riviera. The island is about 3 kilometers long and 900 meters wide.
ÎleSaint-Honorat is the second largest island in the sailing archipelago, about one mile from the small town of Cannes on the French Riviera. The island is about 1.5 kilometers long (east-west) and 400 meters wide.
Since the fifth century, the two islands have been the residence of monastic communities. It is a popular tourist attraction. Lerin Monastery and the 15th-century fortress monastery are open to visitors, and the monastery shop sells various monastery goods, including wine and honey produced on the island. Although this modern monastery is used as a retreat for Christians, it is not open to tourists. Cannes has regular commercial ferries serving the island throughout the year.
This archipelago belongs to Cannes. It is very convenient from Cannes. There are many speedboats that can be reached in about 10 minutes. The most favorite is the island of Saint Margaret, which is also the stage of the legendary man in the iron mask.
This archipelago is a group of small islands in the waters near Cannes in southern France. There are a total of 4 islands. Each island has historical relics. You can choose one or two to visit.
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The whole island is planted with pine trees, and the crisscross tree-lined avenues closely connect the island. These straight roads and the towering pine trees on both sides form a special landscape. The scenery on the island is very good, especially when looking down from the Royal Fortress, the water is huge and blue. It is a good place to overlook the city of Cannes