60 years already

Created in 1958, the Rado Plage is the oldest beach in Cannes.








A FAMILY HISTORY

Ideally located in the heart of the Croisette, between the Carlton and the Martinez hotels, the family business of Rado is the oldest beach of Cannes.

“The love of fresh products, a great setting and welcoming reception have constituted the Rado’s values, shared by all our staff’s members, since 1958.”

Olivier Rotondaro
Manager Rado Plage

Private beach

CHILD SIDE

For those wishing rest and quiet, our beach expectant will offer you a childless side.
A state-qualified lifeguard supervises the swimming from April 1st to October 15th.

COMFORT

Shower cubicles and dressing rooms are freely at your disposal as well as bath towels with extra charge.

THE ROMAN STYLE

For those who want to enjoy the sun, our Chef cooked you a special Beach Menu with nice dishes very easy to eat on your deckchair.

 

 

Catering

HOME MADE

All our dishes and desserts are made on site; “Home made” is stipulated on our menu.

HEATED & AIR-CONDITIONED

To offer you the best comfort, part of our restaurant is air-conditioned during Summer.
During Winter, we are glad to benefit from one of the few terraces fully heated and sheltered of the Croisette.

AN UPDATED MENU

Each year, our Winter and Summer menus are revisited.
All our suppliers are selected for the sole purpose of serving you quality products.

 

Organize your events

Ideally located at 5 minutes’ walk from the Palais des Festivals, air-conditioned during Summer and heated during Winter, our establishment is the ideal place to organize your event.

With a modular area fully sheltered of ​​300 square meters as well as an adaptable sand surface of 600 square meters, the Rado can accommodate up to 1,000 people.

We are at your disposal to prepare you a customized quotation. A project? Do not hesitate to contact us, we’d love to hear from you.

For more informations, download our brochure.

 

 

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