- Property sold by agency
- Ref. 244
- 27 m²
- 120,000 €
RARE BUSINESS! Large studio cabin of 28m² located in a quiet area of the Hameau de Cap Esterel with access without stairs. Very beautiful covered terrace offering a panoramic view of the sea and the red rocks of the Esterel. private covered parking in the basement. Available immediately. ideal pied à terre and rental investment.
The Cap Esterel village club is the largest private and pedestrianized holiday village in France, including a 9-hole golf course, 5 swimming pools, tennis, SPA, mountain biking, archery, mini-golf, entertainment for children and adults. Ideal vacation spot for the whole family, you will no longer need a car because everything is available in the village: restaurants, shops, boutiques, small supermarket, laundromat and services.
Its environment in the magnificent Bay of Agay is exceptional, it is located between the sea and the Massif de l'Esterel. The discovery walks and the many beaches will delight all lovers of nature and discovery. Spend a dream vacation with family, couple and friends!
Many activities available, some paying and to be booked on site:
9-hole golf course, tennis, mountain biking, mini-golf, circus school….
Children's and teenage clubs (from 3 months to 17 years old).
Little free train to access the beaches and get around the village.
Access to the Aquatic Areas included in the price:
1 heated swimming pool from April to November.
Playgrounds with wave pool, jacuzzi, diving board, large slide open from May to September.
2 Swimming pools at Le Hameau: one with a small slide for children and the other with a paddling pool for the little ones.
Evening shows and concerts (mostly free).
“Agay is a paradise where even the dust is fragrant.” -
Agay, located in one of the most beautiful harbors on the coast between Cap Dramont and Pointe de la Baumette, is the natural gateway to Estérel. It offers three fine sandy beaches and a terraced area with access to the sea through the rocks. Very sheltered, it was appreciated by sailors (Agay means “favorable” in Greek).
With the arrival of the railway in 1860, many artists stopped over in Agay: the painter Louis Valtat, the composer Vincent d'Indy, the writers Guy de Maupassant and Maurice Donnay stayed there as well as Saint-Exupéry (do not miss the Fountain for the Little Prince, erected in his homage). Albert Cohen located part of the action of Belle du Seigneur there
Well sheltered between Cap Dramont and Pointe de la Baumette, the bay of Agay is a natural gateway to the Estérel massif.
Its configuration makes it a very popular place for sailors (Agay also means "favorable" in Greek). You will appreciate its three fine sandy beaches, the summit of Rastel and its red rocks, overlooking the harbor and offering a breathtaking panorama.
Agay also has a small port area with 166 berths, so a few are available for reception, as well as an organized mooring area.