Enjoy the French Riviera ! 2018 booked !
-Ideal location for exploring the Côte d'Azur.
-The pool allows you to cool off!
-Beauty and cultural richness of the region.
!!! NO MORE FREE BEFORE 2019 !!!
The house has 3 bedrooms, a bathroom (shower), kitchen with oven and dishwasher.
We have a private pool, table tennis and boules (petanque).
This house is over a hundred years. It has the charm of the old combined with the modern requirement (the kitchen has been renovated).
WiFi and TV. Also a selection of DVDs that amplifies each year.
Summer: everything happens outside ....
All people who lived there were delighted with their stay!
It is ideally located. Neighborhood residents (bit noisy).
It is located between Nice and Antibes, 1.5 km from the sea.
Tourists come from all over to visit this beautiful region.
We hope you will like!
The house can be rented by the week.
Feel free to contact us if you're interested!
Close to some interesting cities in discoveries: Nice, Saint-Paul de Vence, Vence, Monaco, Cannes. Saint-Tropez and Italy are also nearby. Mountains are just an hour drive to the sea and 1.5 km.
A footpath can get there easily.
Various tourist attractions are found nearby: Chagall Museum, Matisse Museum, home Renoir, Matisse Chapel, Fernand Léger Museum in Antibes Land (Amusement Park with killer whales), Valley of wonders, Tropical Garden of Monaco, and Coaraze sundials ...
Located in the heart of the Riviera, Villeneuve-Loubet offers the advantages of a Provencal village and a resort which earned him the nickname "greenest common blue," largely justified by its beaches, its world famous marina and forests dominated by its medieval castle built in the thirteenth century.
A hillside, our picturesque Provencal village develops its ribbon to the banks of the Loup where nature has largely kept its rights. Here, over the time, countless historical figures have left their mark: Romee de Villeneuve, the Lascaris, Charles V, and above all, Francis 1, king of France, who lived at the castle in June 1538.
Villeneuve Loubet is also the birthplace of Auguste Escoffier, chef of kings and king of chefs, who created the Peach Melba, whose birthplace is now the Museum of Culinary Art. A taste of the good things the town celebrated through numerous events dedicated to the local food and tableware. In his honor, the town organizes the holidays Gourmandes whose 20 th edit
There are a lot of golf courses in the vicinity.