Private Gated Waterfront Terrace Direct Sea Access

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2 bedroom, 2 full bath apartment in exclusive St. Jean Cap Ferrat.

Our unit belonged to the original developer of the building and is the only apartment in St. Jean Cap Ferrat with a private gated terrace and first line water access from apartment. Quiet building with private mini sandy park for your children to enjoy. Swim, kayak, paddle board, fish or watch the sunset over Villefranche directly from your terrace.
Few if any apartments have direct water access anywhere along the Côte d'Azur!

Full use of 100sqm furnished with vintage Ralph Lauren furniture. Ground floor, 2, bedroom, 2 bath apartment. Queen size master with walk-in wardrobe, two twin beds in smaller bedroom. Direct waterfront sea access. Small, yet functional, kitchen. Ground floor entrance. Free Parking space first come first served.
The Grand Hotel du Cap is a 15 min walk where a 30sqm room begins at €1300 per night for 2 people in August.

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Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

Our apartment is situated directly between Nice and Monte Carlo. We are 1 hours drive from Ventimigllia, Italy.

- Portofino in Italy (about 2 hours drive) a most charming place.
- Aix en Provence (less than 2 hours drive). Beautiful architecture. Cesanne's House from where he painted his views of La Montagne Ste Victoire. La Bastide de Marie is a wonderful place if you decide to push further into Provence and overnight.

1. Food:
- You can get most stuff at Marché U in Beaulieu. They have an underground parking and they also deliver.
- L’Entrecôte is an excellent butcher. David, the owner, knows the origin of his meat and can advise on the best cuts. They also have a good selection of cheeses and produce.
- Messiano (opposite the BNP bank) is one of the best pastry shops in the world (without exaggeration). He used to be the pastry chef at Louis XV in Monaco.
- La Boulange de Beaulieu (next door to BNP) is an excellent bakery.
- The daily market in the central square is pretty good, though not as good as the one in the old town of Nice (Cours Saleya) – produce and flowers. Quite picturesque.
- The market in Ventimiglia in Italy (under one hour drive or by train from Beaulieu) is the best. The quality of fruit and vegetables is much higher than in France. Plus fresh pasta, olive oil, etc.
- The Gran Caffè on the market square in Beaulieu is a real Italian café. You may want to try the Marocchino, a kind of small cappuccino with more espresso, less milk and a bit of hot chocolate.
- The “traiteur” Côte Mer prepares an outstanding tuna but only on Fridays.
2. Restaurants:
- African Queen in Beaulieu: expensive but has the advantage of serving outside the regular French hours of 12:30-14:00 and 19:30-21. Famous for their truffle pizza and gnocchi and sole meunière,
- La Mère Germaine in Villefranche: quality fish, “cuisine bourgeoise”,
- Le Gourmet Italien in Saint Jean: very good, honest food. Take the day’s specials,
- Chateau Eza and La Chevre d’Or in Eze Village: both Michelin starred. The former has a better reputation for food, the latter an extraordinary view, particularly if you can get the balcony table,
- La Voglia in Cours Saleya in Nice: if you are with children and need to feed them quality pizza and pasta. Quick, good, reasonable and friendly. There is always a queue but it advances quickly,
- Chez Tétou at Golfe Juan: the best bouillabaisse on the coast. Do not order starters, just Bouillabaisse Royale and a bottle of Blanc de Blanc Ott and you get a glimpse of paradise. No credit cards, just cash (some say that Bacon in Antibes servers better bouillabaisse but I disagree).
- Cipriani, Sass Cafe, Buddah Bar in Monaco if you want glitter and celebrities.
- La Salière in Fontveilles if you want good food in a noisy friendly atmosphere.
- Robuchon at the Metropôle in Monaco for truly outstanding cuisine.
- Jerôme: a Michelin-starred traditional eatery in La Turbie, just above Monaco.
- Café de la Fontaine: a simple popular bistro with very decent food and good ambiance at La Turbie.
- La Colombe d’Or in Saint Paul de Vence is a legendary hotel/restaurant where famous painters paid for food with their paintings in the 40s. They still hang on the walls (the paintings, not the painters). Lunch is excellent.
3. Fitness.
- Walk around the Cap: as you exit the building turn right, walk up the road for a 100m, take the stairs to your right and follow the path. The lighthouse is about mid-point, then you walk past the Grand Hotel, the house of Norman Foster (it has sort of sails to shade it from the sun), straight along avenue Claude Vignon past the Club Bouliste (pétanque) on you right, until you reach a T junction with Fleurs du Cap. Turn right, you have earned yourself a coffee break at either La Civette or Le Cadillac, depending on the time of the day and the exposure to the sun. Then continue along the main road past the Mairie and the school, the road veers sharply left (if you continue straight with the sea to your right, you will come to Beaulieu, after passing the former house of David Niven, the only house on your right), continue and opposite No. 43 take the stairs to your right, then cross the road and turn right, walk by the Villa Marnier-Lapostolle, former residence of King Léopold of Belgium and currently the most expensive house in the world (it is for sale for EUR 1bn) and at the Tourist office turn sharply left and walk all the way down to the Plage de Passable. Walk left and you will be back at your starting point. If you walk fast without stopping (a real power walk, you are welcome to use my Nordic walking poles in the cupboard by the kitchen), it will take you an hour.
- From Eze-Bord de Mer there is a path that climbs to Eze Village. Quite steep. If you are reasonably fit it would take you half an hour,
- If you are brave enough to swim, the water never gets too cold, though you would need a body suit. There is rarely much current but better swim to the right, towards the beach. The water is usually exceptionally clear,
- If you are into cycling, Camellini in Beaulieu will set you up. Boulevard Général de Gaule in Cap Ferrat is circular and mostly flat.
- La Salle in Beaulieu is a small but decent gym. Once you get your pass, you can access it daily fro 6:30 to 23:00.
- From the Moyenne Corniche just before or after La Leopolda,
- From Eze Village,
- From the Nice Observatory.
2. General Interest:
- Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild in Cap Ferrat: a perfect example of XIX century architecture and gardens.
- Musée Océanographique in Monaco: a good way to spend a rainy afternoon.
- The Observatory in Nice: one of the oldest functioning observatories in the world. Was designed by Garnier (of the Paris Opera and of the Monaco Casino), the engineering was done by Eiffel (of the eponymous tower). By appointment only.
- As you face the sea from the Cours Saleya in Nice, pay attention to the Italianate building on your left. Matisse used to live on the last floor and his famous sea views were painted there.
- The cemetery in Saint Paul de Vence: the burial place of Marc Shagall. An irony of sorts: the most Jewish of painters buried in the catholic cemetery. The town itself is quite charming.
- Mougin and Valbonne: delightful towns worth visiting. Not Grasse, though: ugly and overrated.
- Villefranche has a well-preserved medieval street, almost entirely covered.
3. Art:
- Fondation Maeght in Saint Paul de Vence. Audacious architecture and an excellent contemporary art collection.
- Musée Matisse, Musée Chagall in Nice.
- Fondation Venet in Le Muy. The house and personal collection of Bernard Venet (you see his monumental sculptures all over Nice). By appointment only.

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