With its glamorous film town Cannes just around the corner from our lovely holiday Cannes Delight, which we rent out on a weekly basis.
What we even fell for the utterly breathtaking panoramic views of the blue Mediterranean, from both the living room, bedrooms and two terraces.
In addition the calm conditions in the closed domain, the beautiful surroundings and the lovely swimming pool.
Cannes Delight is 100 meters up on the hillside of the city and the Bay of Golfe Juan, ca. 5km from Cannes on the southern French Riviera, Côte d'Azur.
The house is located in a closed and secured domain that includes 18 two-story houses in neo-Provencal style on three levels.
All houses in the domain faces south and has a fabulous panoramic view over the Mediterranean from Nice in the East to the Iles de Lerins islands off Cannes in the west. Against the peninsula Cap d'Antibes, with the historic Roman town of Antibes and the jet-set resort of Juan-les-Pins, with a myriad of cafes and restaurants, bars, nightclubs and casino.
The domain is very quiet in a larger area with steep, winding narrow lanes ogenfamilieshuse, with many gardens and trees between. The domain is unusually well-functioning and well-groomed, with flowers, shrubs and trees everywhere.
There are lovely communal swimming pool overlooking the bay and garage with lockable garages that belong to each house. An elevator runs up to the three levels.
A caretaker takes care of all daily cleaning, maintenance and care of the domain's shared facilities, stairs, pool and plantation etc.
The house has two terraces of 37 and 17 sqm. They both turn to the south, so there is sun on the terraces from early morning until late afternoon, when the sun reaches behind the mountain ridge.
The house itself is 130 sqm. It is fully equipped and has space for 6 adults and possibly. smaller children.
The upper floor contains the entrance hall with stairs down to the basement, guest toilet and kitchen with all appliances, and a large combined living and dining area with panoramic sliding glass doors across the width of the housing onto the large terrace.
There are large flat-screen TV, DVD and stereo, and internet possible.
The basement consists of - in addition to time and utility room with washing machine - the house's three bedrooms, two large facing the lower terrace, with panoramic sliding glass doors across the room width.
Both the large bedrooms have air-conditioning, good double beds - one with elevation - and good closet space / walk-in closet. For both bedrooms include a private bathroom with toilet, bidet, shower and washbasin. In the master bathroom there is also a spa bath and double washbasin.
The third, smaller bedroom has a double bed and wardrobe.
The beach below le Monteverdi is among the very best on the Côte d'Azur, where the beaches can otherwise be narrow and rocky.
But bl. a. in the Golfe Juan, Cannes next to the marina, there is a nice, wide beach of fine sand and good sandy bottom so far, one can bottoms.
The beach is located inside the Golfe Juan Bay, protected by Cap d'Antibes on one side and opposite, and Cap de la Croisette and Iles des Lerins Islands on the other. This means that there are usually no significant waves, and the beach is very child friendly.
Between the beach and the marina there is a large, public car park which means that both the beach and the waterfront promenade are easy to get to by car, what else is on the Côte d'Azur can definitely be a problem.
In season, there are supervision and lifeguard on the beach and every morning cleaned the beach area. Next to the beach, on the promenade, there are many cozy sidewalk cafes and restaurants.
Golfe Juan town, not spoiled by tourism, is a small, charming and typical southern French coastal town with small grocery and specialty stores as well as good and cheap cafes and restaurants. Virtually everything is open all year. The international atmosphere you will find at the large and highly visited marina, where also the really big yachts anchored.
Over the ridge behind Golfe Juan, after about 20-minute stroll, lies the cozy town of Vallauris, which is especially known for its pottery and Provencal pottery, and Picasso's stay here in the middle of the last century. In addition, Vallauris good shopping and many cozy cafes and creperies. There are also many opportunities for wonderful walks in the surrounding area.
Over the Golfe Juan, on the other side of the bay, is located in Juan-les-Pins, which is fused with the old and interesting town of Antibes. Juan-les-Pins is youth and jet-settets city with countless restaurants, bars, cafes and discos, as well as a casino. Juan-les-Pins is absolutely one of the most vibrant locations throughout Côte d'Azur.
In the opposite direction - to the west - is about 5 km. the very fashionable and expensive Cannes, with its luxurious hotels and elegant shops. Main drag, "La Croisette", is probably the world's most beautiful and international, but also the most expensive beach promenade!
Further afield - to the east - when in a short time Nice, Monaco and Monte Carlo, with its famous Casino and the Formula 1 Grand Prix, and to the west of Fréjus and the sophisticated, ancient seaside town of St. Tropez.
Also visit the ancient Roman town of Antibes, and experience the idyllic old quarter with square and market hall, the beautiful marina, the famous Picasso museum or Marineland with many attractions, especially for children.
In the town of Biot inland draws especially Léger Museum, plus several glass factories.
The medieval town of St. Paul de Vence is perhaps the most idyllic of all art cities of Côte d'A-zur, situated high in the mountains and with a great view. Outside the city walls is Fondation Maeght Museum - France's answer to Louisiana.
Vence is another high-altitude, charming medieval town, with blue. a. a chapel decorated by Matisse. Many Danes live permanently in Vence.
The town of Grasse is especially known for its many perfume factories, many of which have tour and sales.
Nice main town on the Côte d'Azur, with bl. a. a very lively and interesting old town, with many interesting shops. In addition to the famous, beautiful promenade "Promenade des Anglais", the modern art museum and Chagall- and Matisse museums, which are some of the most significant visits among the many museums on the Côte d'Azur.
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