Located on the magnificent Côte d'Azur, the Beausoleil luxury apartment offers you an unobstructed view of the Mediterranean and quality services and comfort in the heart of a city full of charm.
Stay in this 70m² accommodation for up to 6 people and discover at the gates of the Principality of Monaco, this young cosmopolitan city.
The Beausoleil apartment includes a tastefully decorated living room (with a sofa bed for 2 people), which opens onto an elegant fully equipped kitchen (oven, microwave, ceramic hob, toaster, coffee maker, kettle, pressure cooker).
You will enjoy the magnificent view from the 30m² balcony/terrace with a dining area and deckchairs for your sunny meals and sunbathing sessions.
The night corner is composed of two spacious and luminous bedrooms with double beds (160*190), one of which has access to the balcony.
The shower room of 7m² includes a double sink and a spacious shower.
On the first floor of the residence with its modern architecture, there is a heated indoor swimming pool with a sea view for your morning swims.
Finally, a private parking space, in the basement, completes the quality services of your vacation spot.
- Secured residence with videophone
- Wifi included
- Hotel services included
- Animals accepted : 20€/night supplement
THE MUST-SEE PLACES TO VISIT DURING YOUR STAY :
Located in the Alpes-Maritimes department on the Mediterranean coast, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, the city overlooks the Principality of Monaco. Moreover, Monte-Carlo, with which it borders, and Beausoleil form a single agglomeration. The Mont Angel and the Tête de Chien surround this architectural jewel nicknamed Belle Epoque city. The winter garden of the Riviera Palace, which used to welcome the Jet Set, is a must-see.
Nice, about 20 kms from the apartment is a must to discover during your stay in Beausoleil. Capital of the Alpes Maritimes on the French Riviera, this magnificent seaside resort is especially known thanks to the famous Promenade des Anglais, its beaches, the Place Rossetti and the old town without forgetting the Cathedral Sainte-Reparate, the Place Saint-François, the Cours Saleya and a breathtaking view of the hill of the Castle...
About 130 kms from your apartment, the resort of Saint-Tropez is world famous. Located on the Mediterranean coast, this small fishing port has seduced artists, the show bizz and attracts today the Jet Set for its nightlife, its beaches, its marina able to accommodate the largest yachts in the world. Also known by the famous series of "Gendarmes", culture has its place with many museums such as the Gendarmerie, Cinema, Maritime History, Annonciade without forgetting the House of Butterflies and the cobbled district of the Ponche which relates the past of this fishing village.
In terms of nautical activities, 2 major events take place every year:
- the Dames de Saint-Tropez which is a regatta of about twenty traditional sailboats on invitation by the Nautique de Saint-Tropez.
- the Voiles de Saint-Tropez at the end of September and beginning of October, which are regattas bringing together classic and modern boats and maxi yachts.
About 10 kms east of your rental in Beausoleil and the French-Italian border, discover Menton, a beautiful coastal seaside resort on the French Riviera. It is famous for its beautiful landscapes, its Garavan beach, its botanical and architectural wealth dating from the different Gallo-Roman, Mediterranean and Renaissance eras. The city is also famous for its Mediterranean climate, with sunny summers and mild winters favoring an exceptional botanical heritage with many gardens with tropical and subtropical varieties without forgetting its famous lemon celebrated every year as it should be.
At the foot of your Beausoleil apartment, Monaco is a principality located between France and Italy. It has been ruled by the Grimaldi dynasty since 1297, making it the oldest surviving monarchical regime in the world. With its 202 hectares and 4.1 km along the Mediterranean Sea, the Principality of Monaco is also the second smallest independent state in the world after the Vatican. Also known as the City of Princes, the principality is also famous for its luxury, tax advantages, finance, the Monté Carlo district and its famous Casino, the Prince's Palace, the Saint-Nicolas cathedral where Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III are buried, the marina that can accommodate the largest yachts. In June, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival takes place.
On the sports side, 3 major events make the news every year:
- The Monte Carlo tennis tournament in April where the best players in the world compete.
- The famous Formula 1 Grand Prix which takes place every year at the end of May in the streets of the city.
- The regattas in the harbor of Monaco in September organized by the Yacht Club where the most sumptuous old rigs compete and the Grimaldi Trophy in October.
The Mercantour National Park on the border with Italy and straddling two French departments, the Alpes de Haute Provence and the Alpes Maritimes, is well worth a visit. In a unique setting a few dozen kilometers from your accommodation, this 679 km2 park with its remarkable landscapes, its mountain pastures, its lakes, its forests and its exceptional biodiversity awaits you to recharge your batteries. You will discover a fauna of about 80 species of mammals and 200 species of birds and a remarkable flora with more than 2,000 species of plants between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains. Its 8 valleys will take you on a journey through preserved nature, time and olive groves.
At the south-east end of the Alpes Maritimes department between the Mediterranean coast, the peaks of the Mercantour Massif, the Principality of Monaco and Italy, discover this beautiful territory called the Riviera. From your apartment in Beausoleil, discover the 660 km2 and the 14 other communes from north to south including La Turbie, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Menton, Castellar, Gorbio, Sainte Agnès, Castillon, Sospel, Breil-sur-Roya, Moulinet, Saorge, Fontan, La Brigue and Tende. You will appreciate these typical villages and their heritage as well as their history and traditions far from the big cities.