Located in a quiet area of the fishing village of Cassis: 600m from the village, harbor, and main beach; 400m from the Bestouan beach.
5th and last floor of quiet residence with elevator. Exceptional views of the sea and Cap Canaille, the highest maritime cliff in Europe, as well as the Cassis peninsula toward the Calanques National Park. Ample view of the Cap Canaille and its colors changing throughout the day, the sea and Calanques. Lots of sunlight all day and very beautiful sunsets.
Completely renovated fully equipped kitchen, sleeping and entertainment amenities. Private bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink.
Entertainment: large flat screen television with international TV channels, home cinema and high speed wireless Internet.
Parking behind the building. The residence is calm but close to the village and other points of interest such as the village, beaches, vineyards, Cap Canaille and Calanques. This is a great place to explore on foot and by boat.
A lovely Provençal market is held every Wednesday and Friday morning in the town center, in front of City Hall. “Marché paysan” on Saturdays.
Keywords: Ocean View, French Riviera, Provence, vacation apartment, Calanques, Parc National, beach, hiking, trails, climbing, sailing, jet skiing, casino, fishing, old village, romantic, balcony, panoramic view, outdoor cafés, walking distance, calm, quiet central location, parking, well equipped
Former residents of Cassis, we're happy to rent our apartment in this beautiful area of France to travelers and vacationers for their enjoyment. We live in California part of the year and Cassis part of the year.
Cassis is a very desirable place in Provence. We bought this apartment because it is sunny, pleasant and ideally located within walking distance of the village center, harbor, beaches and hiking areas.
Panoramic view of the sea and Cap Canaille. Unobstructed southwest exposure provides lots of sunlight and beautiful sunsets.
A traditional fishing village, Cassis has lots of colorful and bright buildings around the harbor, which is overlooked by a delightful castle. The village is picturesque with an abundance of cafés and restaurants.
Boat trips around the Calanques, which are spectacular, steep Mediterranean fjords of white limestone accessible mainly by boat. Lovely beaches to have a picnic and a swim.
Many wineries. Winemaking interest and activities.
Parc National des Calanques. Château d'If (Frioul Archipelago near Marseille). Stade Vélodrome, 60,000 capacity stadium, home of Olympique de Marseille football club. Musee des Beaux-Arts, Palais Longchamp. Opera de Marseille. Musee de la Marine. Notre Dame de la Garde, Fort Saint Jean.