Ranked as the eighth-largest shopping centre in France, CAP 3000 is a “core” shopping centre that is currently one of the largest in France. Its location at Saint-Laurent du Var on the outskirts of Nice, France’s fifth-largest city, gives this centre strong appeal, attracting shoppers from the principal towns and cities along the Côte d’Azur.
Since it opened, CAP 3000 has attracted a high level of footfall owing to the presence of Galeries Lafayette and Lafayette Gourmet, as well as high-quality national and international chains.
Description of the location and accessibility
The mall is located in Saint-Laurent-du-Var, five minutes from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (second largest international airport in France) and 15 minutes from Nice (France's 5th largest city and number one tourist destination).
Via the A8, N7 and RN 202
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
From Nice, a number of bus lines serve Saint-Laurent-du-Var. Lines 10 and 52 on the Lignes d’Azur network or lines on the TAM network from Nice bus station will take you to the shopping centre. TER trains on the SNCF network will take you to Saint-Laurent-du-Var railway station, close to Cap 3000. From Saint-Laurent-du-Var, bus lines 2 and 5 stop at Cap 3000. From Cagnes-sur-Mer, Cannes, Vence and Grasse, RCA buses will take you to Cap 3000.
Shopper Trafic/Catchment Area
Catchment area : 1,1 million inhabitants
Annual foot fall : 9 million visitors a year.
LAFAYETTE WEDDING, NATURE & DECOUVERTES, NOUVELLES FRONTIERES, LAFAYETTE VOYAGES.
The building has six inputs on the ground floor with matching names to some major cities of the French Riviera: ""Nice door"", ""door of St. Lawrence"", ""Vence door"", ""Gateway to Cannes"", "" The door of Antibes"" and there is the ""Gateway to Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat"".
The parking surround the building from three sides.
EUR 450 million