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Named for the boulevard du Midi Jean Hibert, this cluster of beaches is on the other side of Cannes' Old Port. It's a busy commercial and residential area and these beaches are popular with locals.
Prices here are a little cheaper than the Croisette beaches both for renting lounge chairs and for dining. Don't expect culinary experiments on the plate; the crowd here prefers basic French/Italian/Seafood dishes.
As you walk west past the beach-restaurants, you come to a long public stretch of sand with beach showers and little else but a beach volleyball court.
Parking on the street is difficult. The nearest paid parking is Parking Laubeuf at the eastern end of the promenade.
The useful bus No. 8 links Quai Laubeuf with central Cannes.