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Vivre à Nice

IMG 0809We represent a variety of vacation rental properties in South of France ranging form the authentic village cottages to independent villas in prime locations.
Enjoy a weekly or monthly rental.
As you look through the photographs and the descriptions of our various properties, you'll be enchanted with the splendour of France and amazed at how easy they are to rent.

An Overview
Nice, France's fifth-largest city and a dignified queen of the Cote d'Azur, certainly has plenty to offer the tourist. Though no longer exclusively the preserve of rich aristocrats its demographic is these days much more diverse. Nice still has an undeniably sophisticated touch, with its cafè terraces and emblematic, palm-lined seaside promenade stretching for several miles along the water and It's also just a short jaunt to Italy.

Top Nice Attractions
Nice itself is an attraction: the rich blue-green sea, diverse shopping, splendid dining and lovely art-deco facades. But there are several spots that a tourist simply must see, such as the Cours Saleya Flower Market, the Matisse Museum, ancient Roman ruins, the Russion Cathedral and more.

Nice Markets
One of Nice's most divine pleasures is wandering the outdoor markets along the Cours Saleya. Blooms of every color and shape burst to life. Row after row of spices beckon. There are grapes the size of golf balls and olives glimmering in the sun. Fresh fish are stacked in icy display cases.
Besides the vendors under tents, there are several shops, boutiques and cafes along the sides. Buy hats, tableware, tacky souvenirs or a cafe au lait.


Come and enjoy a Holiday with us in the French Riviera.

 

For sale in Tuscany

A charming one bedroom apartment with spectacular views over the surrounding Tuscan countryside of Lunigiana.
Asking price 70,000 €, view the offer

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