- Property sold by agency
- Ref. 81VA
- 27 m²
- 121,500 €
In a district near the centre of the secure residence of Cap Esterel, two-room apartment completely renovated on the garden level. It consists of a bedroom, a bathroom and separate toilet, a living room with a fitted kitchen opening onto a terrace and a small garden. Sold furnished. To visit! GUARANTEED RENTS PER STONE AND HOLIDAY.
Cap Esterel holiday village in Agay in the Var between Saint Tropez and Cannes by the sea, in an exceptional location, studio cabin with a magnificent view of the sea in the village Pierre Vacances in Saint-Raphaël (83). Several free swimming pools, free introductions to golf, tennis, bicycles, hikes,... very many activities (gym and aqua gym classes, children's clubs, teen club, discos, theme evenings and show nights.
You will find a large Super U, a bakery, a caterer, sports shops, a multimedia centre, a hairdresser, a beautician, an ice cream parlour, takeaway meals (pizzas, chips,...) and several bars and restaurants.
The APARTMENT with 5 beds includes:
- Large balcony facing South/East with sea view (see photo)
- Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine
- Living room with sofa and TV
- Cabin with bunk beds
- Bathroom bathroom
- Separate WC.
Comfort and equipment Resort
Optional bed sheets
Optional cleaning possible
Village without a car.
"Agay is a paradise where even the dust is perfumed." –
Agay, located in one of the most beautiful harbours on the coast between Cap Dramont and Pointe de la Baumette, is the natural gateway to the Esterel. It offers three fine sandy beaches and a terrace area with access to the sea from 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 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 honour). Albert Cohen located part of Belle du Seigneur's action there
Well sheltered between Cap Dramont and Pointe de la Baumette, the Agay harbour is a natural gateway to the Esterel massif.
Its configuration makes it a very popular place for sailors (Agay also means "favourable" in Greek). You will enjoy its three fine sandy beaches, the summit of Rastel and its red rocks, overlooking the harbour and offering a breathtaking panorama.
Agay also has a small port area with 166 berths, some of which are available for reception, as well as an organised anchorage area.
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