Agay - Saint Raphael - French Riviera
Adrets Ref: A316
Pretty semi-detached house with sea view in a quiet residence, with an area of ??about 56 m2, close to the beach and shops. The entrance is private and you have a parking space.
This house is very nice thanks to the layout of living rooms: entering, you have a small kitchen, sanitary with washing machine, a living room with dining area and sitting area. Then you reach the garden with terrace, garden table and chairs for a drink with family or friends. Small sea view at the bottom of the garden. For nap fans in the afternoon? Sit comfortably on the terrace. Toddlers can sleep quietly upstairs (be careful, there is no anti-fall barrier at the stairs).
Upstairs, you have two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with the choice: two bunk beds or a bench. Attention: in this room, we sleep there to 3 people.
Between the two bedrooms, you can use the bathroom with bath and toilet.
The semi-detached house is located in the residence Agay Plage: you are close to a shopping center with press, hairdresser, dry cleaner, supermarket and restaurants: you can do your shopping and buy your newspaper or drink a small coffee on the terrace of the bakery without taking your car because all is done on foot or by bike and why not on a scooter ...
Important: with this apartment, you have access to the two swimming pools of the residence. You just need the bracelets allowing you access to the facilities. These two swimming pools will be the essential complement for the success of your summer holidays.
This holiday rental is ideal for families with children: children can play in peace! Do you ride a bike? You can store your equipment after the effort ... The spot Estérel is also recognized internationally for mountain biking or road cycling.
In Agay, you are on the Côte d'Azur! Saint Raphael is 10 km away: enjoy a stroll in the market to discover the vegetables of the sun, the fish of the Mediterranean, the spices and the scents of the South. And why not walk to discover the hilltop villages of the canton of Fayence?