This apartment of 64 m² (about 645 ft²) comprises 3 rooms including 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 toilet. It is provided with a living room, with a kitchen / dining room, with a terrace and with a parking lot. It's located on the 3rd floor. Walking distance to the beach and the beach, 250 m to 2 small supermarkets (Casino and Spar) and many other shops (bakery, butchers, bookshop, restaurants, florist, hairdresser, pharmacy, physiotherapist, etc.). ..) and 250 m from the small railway station and the post office of Boulouris (but also 8 mn by car from Supermarkets Casino or Leclerc).
In the living room of 35 m², a comfortable sitting area with 2 sofas and 1 armchair is equipped with a flat screen TV of 108 cm. The kitchen area with a central island has a fridge-freezer, a washer-dryer, a dishwasher, a microwave, an electric oven, a hob 3 Electric hob, extractor hood, coffee maker and kettle.
A pleasant room of 11,20 m² has a double bed 140 cm x 190 cm with two pillows and a large storage space for clothes (1 large closet with 4 sliding doors to mirrors).
The second bedroom of 10 m² with a bed of 140 cm x 190 cm with three pillows, offers the possibility of a fifth bed with a bunk bed of 90 cm x 190 cm.
The bathroom is equipped with a shower with a shower, a heated towel rail and a vanity unit with a large mirror and two drawers for storage. The WC is independent.
The apartment can be reached by a lift or by stairs and is equipped with air conditioning, Internet access, electric roller shutters, a vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board, A clothes dryer and has a parking space in an enclosed courtyard.
Bed linen, sheets and pillowcases are included in the price.
Smoking and pets are not allowed.
Here is some information about the City of Saint-Raphaël and its tourist attractions:
The town of Saint Raphael is 65 km from the Nice Côte d'Azur airport, halfway between Cannes and Saint-Tropez (38 km). It is a Mediterranean coastal resort located at the foot of the magnificent Massif de l'Europe, Esterel.
The town of Saint-Raphaël, with a population of 36,000 inhabitants, is located in the center of the town. It is divided into different districts, all of which have their own characteristics and personality: the old town, the city center, the Ports, Valescure, Boulouris, Le Dramont, Agay, Anthéor and the Trayas.
Its best assets are the sea, the mild climate, the sun, the extent and the richness of its natural heritage and its possibilities of activities throughout the year. It is therefore in turn: France Station Nautique, station Diving, golf resort, Estérel resort or city of games, but also city of Business tourism with its Palais des Congrès or city of festivals and events.
The town of Saint Raphael preserves from its prestigious past sumptuous villas (end of the XIXth and beginning of the XX century), the narrow streets and a beautiful maritime facade.
Sea side :
36 kilometers of jagged coastline where alternate marinas, 27 sandy and pebble beaches, creeks and accessible coves.
Saint-Raphaël offers exceptional access to the coastal path.
The Massif de l'Esterel, a volcanic massif of 32,000 hectares, 14,000 of which are classified, offers to walkers a fragrant and preserved Mediterranean vegetation, with on the seafront the magnificent red rocks in the direction of Cannes. The harbor of Agay constitutes the natural gate of the Massif.
To see, to visit:
The vast and richness of its natural heritage and its possibilities of activities allow to stay in Saint-Raphaël in the four seasons.
- 4 golf courses, including the Golf de Valescure, a course created in 1895, the oldest in the Var and the 5th in all of France;
- Water sports: sea excursions, 7 diving clubs, 3 nautical bases (light sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, sea kayaking ...), water skiing, water games,
- Leisure Nature: 8.5 km from Sentier du Littoral formerly called "Sentier des douaniers", 45 km of marked footpaths, 100 km of equestrian tracks, 100 km of mountain bike circuits in the Massif de l'Estérel. Sports adventure, climbing, tennis, archery
- 20 km from the majestic Corniche d'Or;
- The old town and the Provençal markets;
- The old parish church known as "San Raféu Church", which has been listed as a historical monument since 1907, the oldest sanctuary in Europe dedicated to the Archangel Raphael (12th century);
- The Archaeological Museum (exhibition of objects from excavations in Saint-Raphael Bay);
- The Basilica "Notre-Dame de la Victoire de Lepante", a neo-Byzantine building built by the architect Pierre Aublé from 1883 to 1887.
Leisure activities in Saint-Raphaël
41 leisure activities in Saint-Raphaël:
Guided nature walks - Mountain biking - Horse riding - Quad - Climbing - Via cordata - Paint Ball - Diving - Aquaphonic aquatic excursion - Canoeing - Kayak - Water sports - Water skiing - Wake board - Sailing - Boat hire - Excursions Sea - Maxi Catamaran - Outing with a fisherman - Sailing excursions - Coach tours - Guided tours - Golf - mini golf for all - Wellness - Bicycle hire - Circus school
The town of Fréjus is adjacent to that of Saint Raphaël and also offers many points of interest.
The Roman and medieval heritage of the city of Fréjus constitutes a prestigious setting: arenas, aqueduct, theater, archaeological museum (and the two-headed Hermes), military heritage. The episcopal city, in pink sandstone, is inscribed on the Route of the Hauts Lieux du Var.
Frejus was the first military port in the entire Roman Mediterranean, a prosperous city full of emotion and history. Today it is a city of art and culture in the heart of the Côte d'Azur.
With its 29 sites protected as historic monuments, Fréjus offers a monumental adornment.
Archaeological museums, popular traditions, Marine Troops: they will amaze you by the richness and the diversity of their collections.
Guided tours :
Through the circuits, a walk in the city offers the curious the imposing testimonies of twenty centuries of history.
History of Fréjus:
The town of Fréjus was founded in the 1st century BC. Life has never been extinguished, and each generation has preserved the heritage transmitted by its ancestors.
The beautiful hilltop villages of the Var and the Maritime Alps (Fayence, Mons, Tourtour, Cabris, Gourdon, Valbonne, Vence, Saint Paul de Vence, etc ...) and a little further on are the Verdon gorges and the Pretty village of Moustiers Sainte Marie, in particular.