Rent Holiday Apartment Roquebrune
Holiday bright apartment for short term rental ♥ LOCATION ♥ in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, at 5 min train to ☼Monaco ☼Menton, Private and Quiete area, Serenity ♥ FEATURES ♥ 4 sleeps. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, High Speed Unlimited Wi-Fi, Shared Pool, Balcony, Airco, Heating, Fully equipped kitchen ♥ WHY THIS PROPERTY ♥ Ideal for family, couple or friends vacations, Balcony with amazing seaside view ☺ at 3min walk from the station ☺ private access to Sandy beach ☺
Panoramic and luxurious holiday apartment in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
♣ 2 bedrooms
♣ 1 bathroom + 1 separate toilette
♣ High speed wi-fi (for free)
♣ Fully equipped kitchen
♣ Dining table per 4 p.
♣ Air conditioning/heating
♣ Large Living Room
This amazing 3 rooms apartment in a residence facing the sea is located in Roquebrune Carnoles district, just 10 minutes by train or car from Italy and Menton and Monaco. This apartment includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 separate toilette, 1 super panoramic balcony with sea view perfect to enjoy a fabulous dinner or breakfast admiring the breath-taking panorama and a beautiful pool reserved for the residents of the residence.
This property is beautifully furnished, very well-equipped and can easily and comfortably accommodate 5 guests. The master bedroom has 1 double bedroom, the second bedroom 2 single beds and the bathroom . A crib is also available, upon request. It is located on the seafront, and the beach is just across the road.
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is a lovely picturesque village on the Cote d'Azur, between Menton and Monaco in the south-eastern corner of France. In the early decades of the 20th century Cap Martin was THE place to go and be seen, a hangout for the rich and famous of the time and although this role has now moved elsewhere there are still some notable highlights. The town falls into three distinctive parts: the historic village of Roquebrune on Mont Angel high above the coast; the resort and more recent town centre along the coast below; and Cap Martin itself, a peninsula that is now home to luxury villas.
The medieval Roquebrune village, overlooking Cap Martin in one direction and along the coast across Monaco in the other, has lovely narrow streets to explore winding between beautifully restored medieval houses. Roquebrune village is best known for, and dominated by, its castle. The was castle built in the 10th century to keep the saracens out and the castle donjon is thought to be the oldest in France. Much of the castle we now see was added later by the Grimaldi family, once very powerful in the region. It is from inside the castle (admission charge) that you have the best views in Roquebrune, across the village rooftops and an extensive length of coastline. In the old village of Roquebrune you can also see the Church of Saint-Marguerite which dates from the 12th century but was substantially rebuilt in 1573, and then further enhanced during the 17th century and again in 1750, then redecorated in the 19th century to gain its current appearance - hence the colourful baroque style facade.
The town below is where you will find the beach and all the major commerces for the town. There are also several very distinguished villas and gardens constructed in the early years of the 20th century, many dating from the period after 1904 when the peninsula was divided and building plots sold. There is a very pleasant coastal walk that follows all the way around Cap Martin that starts from just below the village and is named after the architect Le Corbusier who drowned here in 1965. The walk takes about 1 hour and has lovely views across to Monaco on the western side and to Cap Martin resort and Menton to the east. The path is also popular with early morning joggers.
There are many interesting destinations nearby, with historic towns such as Monaco and Menton, traditional seaside resorts such as Villefranche-sur-Mer, and several very lovely villages in the mountains to the north such as Sainte-Agnes and Gorbio.
The best way to explore the coast here is by taking the small train that runs between Italy and Nice (any beyond), operates a frequent and cheap service and stops at all of the interesting destinations - a much more relaxing way to explore the coast near Roquebrune than driving on the busy roads and searching for a parking space - see Nice-Menton coast train.