The private domaine with only 14 small villas, which are arranged in groups, was built in the Provencal style on a hillside with a magnificent sea view. Our terrace villa is tastefully furnished and has 2 double bedrooms. spacious enough for 4 people. The tranquillity, the view of the sea and the lush nature offer an atmosphere of well-being and pure relaxation. The spacious communal pool is idyllically embedded in the well-kept complex. Beautiful beaches, restaurants and yacht shops can be reached by car in a few minutes. Théoule is 5 minutes away, Cannes 30 minutes and St. Tropez 60 minutes via the beautiful coastal road. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Address: 16 Allee des Eucalyptus, 06590 Theoule-sur-Mer, , France
Size: 100.0 m², 3 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Queen size beds, 1 Couch
Prices: 170 EUR - 265 EUR / Night
If you are tied to a holiday in the hectic July or August period due to school holidays, it is good to know that there are also quiet coves and beaches on the southern French coast. Théoule-sur-Mer is located in the Alps-Maritimes, on the border with the Var department and stretches for 13 km along the coast. If you want to avoid the lively beaches of Cannes, Nice, Antibes and Juan le Pins, park your car at the side of the road and descend on foot to one of Théoule-sur-Mer's beautiful and quiet beaches. Théoule-sur-Mer has a total of seven public beaches, both sandy and pebbly. They all have in common that they look out over the Golfe de la Napoule with a view of Cannes and the Iles de Lerins. The first beach we mention is Plage de l'Aiguille, located at the Pointe de l'Aiguille and part of the Parc de l'Aiguille. This is a regional nature park covering an area of 7 hectares and extending to the red cliffs of the Estérel mountains. The wide sandy beach of Plage de l'Aguille offers a beautiful view of a particularly fascinating cliff. If you are there in high season, this beach is also a great place to watch the Cannes fireworks! As the beach is bordered by a hill, there is also a shady spot if you don't want to lie in the sun. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Holidays on the Côte d'Azur - Living like God in France There are many places of longing in this world, and the Côte d'Azur is definitely one of them. The deep blue sea that gave the coastline its name competes with the blue of the sky. The hinterland is characterised by imposing mountain landscapes and the scent of lavender and many other herbs that grow here wafts over the region. Lively towns alternate with dreamy mountain villages and, of course, this French region also convinces with culinary delicacies.
Even though for most of us the Côte d'Azur only stretches from the Italian border to Saint Tropez, officially the region west of it to Cassis, which is just outside Marseille, is also part of it. This stretch of coast is also known as the French Riviera. As on the Italian side, the mountains here often reach all the way to the sea, creating an unmistakable panorama.