Nice little villa of 60m2 ideally located close to the beach in Villefranche-sur-Mer.
This villa has 2 bedrooms each with a double bed, a bathroom and a living room, dining room.
There are 2 terraces therefore on the roof of the villa with stunning sea view.
Finally internet and air conditioning are available without supplements.
Villefranche sur Mer is located next to Nice and Saint Jean Cap Ferrat exactly in the heart of the beautiful and rich French Riviera. It is here that the most beautiful properties lie, this is where billionaires find themselves.
Summer and winter, Villefranche shines, good-chic bon genre, with its superb harbor is known as one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. Overlooked by hills and luxurious residences, it is currently one of the most popular places in the Riviera.
The port, the citadel, the old town, the curve of its shore make all picturesque this city which goes back to 130 years before J-C. Its harbor is both a fishing port with its colorful boats and nets and a tourist port instead of many cruises stop.
You can stroll along the fishing docks, lined with restaurants and terraces and if you continue the way you get to the long Villefranche beach which is pleasant from the first sunny days.
Citadel Saint Elmo overlooking the sea, from the 16th century and seems to continue to defend the old city.
It houses an auditorium, museums, city of crafts and hanging gardens. The military left in 1965 ... (Certainly reluctantly) to make room for art collections of the city: Museum of Art and History Collections Goetz-Boumeester (works by Picasso, Picabia ...) museum Volti Foundation (contemporary sculptures) and even the museum of the Alpini.
The old town houses and streets bleachers stairs with evocative names: Rue Obscure, Hairy Street. Cutlery and narrow passages alternate with colorful facades of old houses again become crisp and who was, let escape through open windows conversations and smells of Mediterranean cuisine.
Jean Cocteau, native son, loved return to Villefranche there found his fishermen friends to whom he dedicated and specially decorated to their attention the Chapel of St ... not to be missed.