Situated in a secure residential domain on the edge of Peymeinade, a few hundred yards from a local restaurant, this elegant villa is surrounded by a splendid Mediterranean garden, and enjoys unrivaled views over the extensive rolling countryside of the Cote d'Azur.
The interiors of this newly-built villa are light and bright. Imagine waking up to a glorious sunny day, indulging in a lazy breakfast on the terrace surrounded by a profusion of Mediterranean plants - olive trees, oleanders, palm trees, maritime pines and colorful flowers. At the end of the day, watch the changing colors of the setting sun reflected in the warm, honey-color stone walls as you sip an early evening aperitif on the terrace, then wander along to the local restaurant for a relaxed evening meal?..what could be nicer!
If you manage to drag yourself away from this immaculate French family home you will discover many hidden gems of the Cote d'Azur; market towns and quaint hilltop villages such as Cabris, St Cezaire, St Vallier, Valbonne, Biot and Tourrettes-sur-Loup, or towns which contain masterpieces by Picasso and Matisse, such as Vence and St Paul-de-Vence. Take a picnic with you to enjoy on the banks of Lac-St-Cassien just a few miles away, where you can also hire a pedalo or swim and spend a lovely afternoon with your family. Grasse, the capital of the French perfume industry, is close at hand and, just a little further afield, you'll find Cannes with its beaches, bustling restaurants, designer boutiques, famous Casino and the Palais des Festivals.
Cannes, the 'Jewel' in the crown of the 'Côte d'Azur' since the dawn of time, focal point for festivals throughout the world and a cultural melting pot. The city is very well located to choose as a destination for a vacation apartment rental in Cannes in order to discover the french riviera. You could not dream of a place more like paradise than Cannes. A town whose eclectic scenery has amazed even the most powerful. The Romans chose it as a place in which to settle. Also, the English chancellor, Lord Brougham, Napoleon and Cocteau and many others have all fallen in love with this vibrant, colorful town and its peaceful way of life.
The closest thing to an 'old town' is 'Le Suquet' overlooking the west end of the port. The 12th-century Tour de Mt. Chevalier, ramparts and 12th-16th-century church Notre-Dame-de-l'Espérance give a touch of medieval flavor to the city. Le Suquet area has narrow streets climbing up and around the hill, with a fine view from the top. Standing on the ancient rampart wall in front of the church, you can see east across the city, the port and the bay to the Cap de la Croisette, and to the west across the Gulf of La Napoule to the Massif de l'Estérel mountains.
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