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A spacious and elegant apartment in the centre of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, only minutes walk to stunning beaches, the port and its quality cafes, restaurants and shops. With a large bedroom, light and airy lounge with open plan fully equipped kitchen, mosaic tiled bathroom, and good sized terrace, the apartment provides an ideal stay in a charming, peaceful and exclusive location.
Newly renovated, with a fresh and modern feel. There is plenty of outdoor space on the terrace to dine al fresco or simply lounge and enjoy the sunshine.
There is also included a private parking space just minutes walk away.
Situated in a breathtakingly beautiful peninsular where the choice of stunning beaches can be reached on foot and all amenities that you could need for a fabulous holiday within a few minutes walk, it is also very close to the vibrant and chic resorts of Nice and Monaco. Closer still are the medieval Mediterranean towns of Villefranche-sur-mer, Beaulieu-sur-mer and Eze, to potter around the shops and markets. Saint Jean also offers numerous coastal walks around the cap with spectacular views to enjoy.
Water sports: learn sailing and scuba diving, hire a 'pointu' (traditional wooden fishing boat).
Walking: enjoy the magnificent views along the coastal path all around the peninsular.
Sightseeing: The stunning Belle Epoque architecture and gardens of the Ephrussi de Rothschild mansion . Villa Kerylos: 1890 recreation of a waterside Greek nobleman's villa. The quaint Old Town of Villefranche with its harbour and Mediaeval citadelle: former naval garrison of the Kings of Savoy and Sardinia. Nightlife: Quayside piano bars and restaurants, Summer concert series in the chapel of St. Hospice, Rothschild mansion and the Grand Hotel du Cap. Venetian Nights: costume parade, music and fireworks.
History: Fishing village to charming small resort: Originally a small fishing community, St. Jean - Cap Ferrat has been famous since the 'Belle Epoque' in the 1890's, when King Leopold II of Belgium and Baroness Ephrussi de Rothschild built holiday mansions here. In the century since, famous writers and actors such as Somerset Maugham and David Niven made their homes here, and today the Grand Marnier family and Andrew Lloyd Weber own homes on the peninsular.
Excursions & day trips: Regular bus connections from St. Jean, and the scenic waterside train line from nearby Beaulieu offer many attractive day outings, without the need for a car:
Nice: Stroll along the waterfront Promenade des Anglais, or through the narrow lanes of the mediaeval Old Town, with its art galleries, restaurants and flower market. Visit the famous Chagall and Matisse galleries.
Monaco: Watch the Changing of the Guard, and visit the State Apartments of the Grimaldi Palace. Try your luck at the Monte Carlo casino, or celebrity spotting while enjoying a cocktail at the Art Nouveau Café de Paris.
Cannes: Stroll along the Croisette Esplanade, and past the Palais des Congrès, home of the famous Film Festival. Enjoy a delicious lunch in the stepped streets of the mediaeval quarter of Le Suquet. Catch a boat out to the beautiful Lerins Islands.
Baby crib and high chair available on request.
100€ payable on arrival for cleaning, linen and towels.Get the full listing »