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L'Argiraquière, house 165 m² for rent in Saint Cézaire sur Siagne.
Villa "L'Argiraquière", surrounded by trees. Outside the resort, in a secluded, quiet, sunny position, 25 km from the sea, 25 km from the beach, in the woods. Private: garden 3'500 m2 (fenced) with lawn and trees, swimming pool (11 x 5 m, depth 120 - 170 cm, 01.04.-30.09.). Outdoor shower, boules, terrace (130 m2), garden furniture, parking on the premises. Shop 1.2 km, supermarket 1.2 km, restaurant 1.2 km, sandy beach "Cannes" 25 km. Golf course 10 km, tennis 2 km. Nearby attractions: Massif du Tanneron, L'Esterel, La Siagne. Well-known lakes can easily be reached: Sainte Croix 45 km, Saint Cassien 15 km. Please note: car recommended. Residence with electric gates. 5-room house 165 m2 on 2 levels, south facing position, beautiful and antique furnishings: living/dining room 35 m2 with open-hearth fireplace, TV, radio and CD-player. Exit to the terrace. Kitchen (4 hot plates, oven, dishwasher, microwave, freezer). Sep. WC. Upper floor: 1 room with 1 double bed (180 cm). Exit to the terrace. 2 rooms, each room with 2 beds. 1 room with 1 double bed (160 cm). Shower/WC, bath/shower/WC. Underfloor heating. 2 terraces covered, 2 terraces. Terrace furniture, electric barbecue, deck chairs (8). Facilities: washing machine. Internet (WiFi, free). Utility room with washing machine. Central under floor heating. Deposit: 690 EUR.
The French Riviera or Côte d'Azur is France’s most popular fun-in-the-sun destination. From famous vineyards of Bandol to city of Menton, known as the lemon capital of the Riviera, this glittering stretch of Mediterranean coastline is traversed by three cliff routes — the Low Corniche that frames beaches and coastal villages in 33 km, Middle Corniche with exceptionally pretty sea views reaching Cap Ferrat and impressive villas of Cap d'Antibes, and High Corniches (constructed by Napoléon 1er) set between the cliffs rising up to 450 metres above the Principality of Monaco.
Much loved for its mild weather, azure sea and blue sky with 300 days of sunshine per year, the French Riviera offers much more than just a first class beach resort. In the 19th century, the south coast of France became a favourite spot for aristocrats from London to Moscow who flocked to the Riviera to socialize, soak up the sun and gamble. Even royals such as Napoleon III and Queen Victoria were captivated by the splendid scenery with magnificent views over the Mediterranean coast.
With the creation of Cannes Film Festival in 1946, the Riviera gained its international reputation as a city of the rich and famous. Appearance of movie stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren and Grace Kelly, walking on the Festival’s red carpet, attracted media coverage from all around the world!
Today, crowds of tourists come to this sunny strip of land every year to follow in the footsteps of celebrities in Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo. Whether you're looking for high-end resorts with entertaining nightlife, fine museums and chic boutiques or you prefer to escape from the crowds and discover perched hill towns and hidden jewels, Côte d'Azur has it all..
Go posh with the glamour set in Cannes and St Tropez, stroll Nice's palm-shaded Promenade des Anglais, check out world-class art galleries in Mougins, relax and tan on the fine sandy beaches of Mandelieu La Napoule and St-Raphaël and try your luck in classy casinos in Monte Carlo, the famous Formula 1 destination.
Feast on bouillabaisse - the traditional fish soup created by Marseille fishermen. Made from at least four types of fish and different vegetable bouillabaisse has become classic and revered dish in the South of France.
Explore natural beauties of the area! Go for the hike in rich rocky bays and red cliffs of Massive Esterel and walk in Tanneron mountains, the largest forest of mimosa trees in Europe. Get a taste of Provençal culture while visiting its sloping vineyards and enjoy the colourful scenery and beautiful scent of lavender fields.