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Comfortable accommodation in Antibes, Cote d'Azur, France
Comfortable 2nd floor apartment in Antibes, 10 minutes walk from the beach and from the old town center, 5 minutes walk from the train and bus station (direct bus from the airport); the house is very quiet, in a calm area of the village, suited for families with children. Our apartment is located in a small building inside a park with green areas and a playground at the corner.
Living room exposed to south with a beautiful sea view, the temperature is always mild.
There are 2 bedrooms, one with queen bed and another with two beds for children.
Baby bed available if needed.
5 minutes walk from the pubblic swimming pool with two 50mt outdoors pools.
- 2 Volwassenen
- 3 Kinderen
- 4 Huisruil ervaringen
- Type woning: Flat
- Verdieping: 2
- Omgeving: In een kleine stad
- Slaapkamers: 2
- Badkamers: 1
- Aantal slaapplaatsen: 4
- Leefruimte: 85 m2
In mijn huis
- Huisdieren - Niet toegestaan
- Kleine kinderen - Toegestaan
Type van ruil
- Gratis internet aansluiting
- Centrale verwaming
- Baby voorzieningen
- Speelgoed en spelletjes
- Fietsen: 4
- Geen rokers
- Zorg voor huisdieren gewenst
Je lijst van voorkeur bestemmingen
- Bologna, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Italy
Dichtstbijzijnde luchthaven: Nice - 15km
- Meisje - Leeftijd: 3
- Meisje - Leeftijd: 9
- Meisje - Leeftijd: 12
Over onze familie
We are an italian family; my wife Elena and myself have relocated to Antibes 12 years ago for professional purposes; we have soon become three, when my daughter Anna was born, and then four when Emma joined us in 2011, and then five when Irene joined us in 2019, another girl!
We love the quiet life of our house, the possibility to walk to the old town in few minutes, to go to the beach without the car, and to get to the alps in just one hour car driving.
We are eventually available to exchange our car, a Volkswagen Touran 5/7 places.
My wife Elena and myself have always liked travelling, knowing new countries and places; with our children we still like to move away, during vacation periods, typically by car to enjoy the freedom of the last minute decision about "which town to visit tomorrow and where to stop tonight".
We are Lonely Planet touristic guides fans, as the warm and "personal" places recommended by them, do normally keep the promise.
We like eating, reading books, watching movies and studying French (also to try to keep the pace of our italian/french daughters)