- Ref. 248
- 28 m²
- 135,000 €
Agay Cap Esterel, district D4: beautiful two-room apartment fully equipped for 4/5 people. Bedroom with double bed 140cm, living room with 1 sofa bed and pull-out bed. Fully equipped kitchen: dishwasher, electric hob, fridge, oven and grill. Terrace with table and chairs for 5 persons. Private covered parking space. Ideal for holidays and rental investment. To visit!
The village club of Cap Esterel is the largest private and pedestrian 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. An ideal holiday location for the whole family, you won't need a car as everything is available in the village: restaurants, shops, boutiques, small supermarket, laundry and services.
Its environment in the magnificent Bay of Agay is exceptional, it is situated between the sea and the Massif de l'Esterel. The discovery walks and the numerous beaches will delight all nature and discovery lovers. Spend a dream holiday with your family, as a couple and with friends!
Numerous activities are available, some of which have to be paid for and can be booked on site:
9-hole golf, tennis, mountain biking, mini golf, circus school....
Kids and teenagers clubs (from 3 months to 17 years old).
Free little train to access the beaches and move 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 in the Hameau: one with a small slide for children and the other with a paddling pool for the youngest.
Evening shows and concerts (most of them free).
"Agay is a paradise where even the dust is fragrant." –
Agay, situated in one of the most beautiful harbours of the coast between Cap Dramont and the Pointe de la Baumette, is the natural gateway to the Esterel. 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 "favourable" in Greek).
With the arrival of the railway in 1860, many artists stopped off 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 (don't miss the Fountain for the Little Prince, built in his honour). Albert Cohen situated part of the action of Belle du Seigneur there.
Well sheltered between Cap Dramont and the Pointe de la Baumette, the bay of Agay is a natural gateway to the Estérel massif.
Its configuration makes it a place very appreciated by the navigators (Agay means "favourable" in Greek). You will appreciate its three fine sandy beaches, the summit of Rastel and its red rocks, dominating the harbour and offering a breathtaking panorama.
Agay also has a small harbour area with 166 berths, so some of them are available for reception, as well as an organised mooring area.