Order your Tickets
Order your return boat tickets for an exceptional day trip to Saint-Honorat Island.
Wander the paths under the maritime pine trees and discover this listed historical monument (Monument de France) with its seven chapels, its Napoleonic cannonball furnace, its 11th century fortified monastery tower, its abbey, its abbey church, its vineyards and its wine and liqueur production. Several different eateries are available on site.
15 minutes from Cannes, discover 16 centuries of religious, cultural, natural and historic heritage and enjoy a unique experience.
Departure from Cannes
Departure from Saint Honorat
*Only on Sundays and public holidays
From November 28 to December 9, 2022,
departures from Cannes at 9am, 11am and 3pm are cancelled.
Information on your tickets to Saint-Honorat Island
Online tickets must be printed or presented on a smart phone.
If this is not possible, please purchase your tickets directly from the ticket office at Planaria on Quai des Iles, at the rear of the Laubeuf car park.
If you are going on a retreat only state the date for the outward journey, the return will be on the date agreed with the hotel.
Dogs are permitted provided that they are kept on a lead.
In the event of any problems with your order, you can send an email to email@example.com.
You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All tickets are Round trip
Concessionary rate * 15,00€
Teenager (13 to 18) 14,00€
Junior (8 to 13) 10,00€
Child (4 to 8) 7,00€
– 4 Years old Free
Group rate * 14,00€
Concessionary rates available for:
Students, Disabled, Unemployed, Cannes Bel-âge and over-65s.
Proof will be requested at the time of boarding.
Quay access plan
Let's protect our natural heritage
The monastic community of Lérins Abbey, which has been involved for several years in a sustainable development approach, invites all visitors of Saint-Honorat Island to participate in the preservation of this exceptional site by bringing back to the continent all their waste.
The waste left on the island causes significant nuisance on the fauna and is often dispersed at sea: Lérins Abbey has thus decided, by taking example on many other sites, to remove all the garbage cans from the island.
We Warmly thank everyone who will participate in this process.
If you wish to attend mass, please consult the reception and health conditions by clicking here. We inform you that access to the Tower-Monastery is closed to visitors.
In addition, we inform you that the wearing of the mask is compulsory on board the boats, the accesses of arrival and departure of the island are regulated for your safety and that of other visitors