Located on the first floor of a traditional street in the Old Town of Nice, this apartment is the perfect 'pied à terre' for exploring this vibrant part of town and the famous Cote d'Azur. Exploring the bustling streets of Vieux Nice is a wonderful experience and this apartment is just a few steps from the famous Place Rosetti, with restaurants, cafés and art galleries all in close proximity.
The apartment was completely renovated and redecorated in 2010, with oak flooring and new appliances installed throughout. The American style kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, hob and fridge/freezer and the new Italian style bathroom features an open shower and modern conveniences. The bedroom has a very comfy double bed and wardrobe storage. WI-FI access is available throughout the apartment and cable TV has recently been installed.
This apartment is available to rent direct from the owner and is looked after by a professional English speaking agency who will meet you when you arrive and welcome you to Nice.
Nice is geographically blessed by being situated on the Mediterranean Sea yet offering a mountain backdrop in the form of the Alpes.
It has a temperate climate and enjoys approximately 322 days of sunshine a year making it an ideal holiday destination all year round.
Nice is ideally located for visiting other places on the south coast of France. The glamorous towns of Cannes, St Tropez and Monaco are only a thirty minute train or bus ride away.
Another option is to take a short train journey along the coast to Italy.
Day trips on the ferry to Corsica are also possible from the port of Nice.
The ski resorts of Valberg, Auron and Isola 2000 are located only 80km away with ski buses running daily from the main Bus Station during the ski season.
Nice is a vibrant and diverse city that has something to offer and appeal to everyone.
Nice is a great destination for a relaxing beach holiday but it is also a city of culture with a huge range of museums waiting to be discovered. An added bonus is that the museums now offer free entry.
There are plenty of historical sites to visit such as the Chateau at the heart of Vieux Nice and the Roman ruins in Cimiez.
Nice also offers a huge array of retail delights ranging from traditional olive oil shops in the Old Town to streets of designer boutiques such as Rue Paradis which is home to Chanel, Louis Vuitton and many other haute couture names.
The fruit, vegetable and flower market on the Cours Saleya in Vieux Nice is a daily event (except Mondays when it sells Antiques) and is a wonderful opportunity to sample local produce.
Nice has restaurants available to cater for every possible taste and budget ranging from traditional local specialities of socca, pan bagnat, salade nicoise and daube to international gastronomic culinary delights.
One of the reasons Nice is so appealing is its accessibility. There is no need to hire a car because walking around the city is a joy as each area presents different sights and sensations.
Nice has so much to offer at almost any time of day or night, summer or winter, in fact any day of the year and is a city that can be revisited indefinitely without tiring of it.
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Nov 1 2013 - Feb 28 2014
|NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
There is a management fee of 100€ payable in cash at time of check in.
There is a refundable damage deposit of 250€ is required, payable by credit card or PayPal, 1 week prior to arrival. This will be refunded within 7 days of departure providing there are no damages
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay. Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.