RESIDENTIAL: VILLA WITH SERVICES, GREAT COMFORT, DUPLEX, RENOVATED, AIR-CONDITIONED.
CLOSED 1500m2 GARDEN, SPORTED, FLOWERED with electric gate and Garage.
GROUND FLOOR: Large Decorated Living Room, Living Room, 2 Bedrooms with Shower Room and WC, Fully Equipped American Kitchen and Cellar.
ON THE FLOOR: 2 Decorated Bedrooms + Italian-style bathroom + WC.
Double Glazing - 75m2 Solarium Terrace, Sunbathing, Plancha - Swimming pool 4mx8m: depth 1m40 with Culligan Filtration. - Petanque - Garage - Automatic watering.
2kms from the city center.
200m: PORT MIOU coves. -
5 minutes on foot: BEACH of Bestouan
No animals .
Ideally located in the Calanques Park, this unique place, popular with walkers and nature lovers. Comfortable villa, tastefully decorated, very bright and quiet. Quality services. Nestled in a nest of greenery, this Villa will offer you all the pleasures of the holidays.
The village of Cassis has kept all its soul and the authenticity of its small fishing port. Cassis is the art of living in Provence, to which are added all the pleasures of the Mediterranean, between pines, vineyards, the majestic Cap Canaille (the highest sea cliff in Europe) and the Calanques massif. One of the oldest AOCs in France with 178 ha of vineyards, the white wine of Cassis will seduce you by tasting a platter of shellfish and seafood.
From Cassis, you can visit the Provençal villages of Saint-Rémy de Provence, Castelet, Cadière d'Azur, or even go to Aix en Provence (45km) or Marseille (20km).
Located in the district of the Cassis peninsula, in Port Miou, the house is ideally located, in a quiet area, 200 m from the cove and the start of the hikes. In a classified and protected natural site, you will appreciate the exceptional setting of the creeks.
5 mins walk from Bestouan beach, 15 mins walk from downtown. You will be able to appreciate the small shops and the many restaurants of the port, but also the narrow alleys which will take you to the fishermen's houses with colorful facades.
Cassis is the sweetness of life in Provence, Frédéric Mistral, nobel prize in literature, wrote that the one who saw Paris, but who did not see Cassis can say that he saw nothing!