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Villa and house rentals in Nice

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ROOM NEAR NICE CENTER

Nicoise house in town, close to bus stop for connection with airport and train station Nice center. The whole area and easy access from home. Spacious and bright room with balcony. In the room a shower space WC sink is provided Wifi connection, refrigerator, kettle in the room. Pet accepted if he does not stay alone in the room.

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Port: Cocooning house and large sun terrace

Better than a long speech : a video : https://youtu.be/tZMuSL55yUs Exceptional location ❤❤❤ port / beach / old Nice / center Rare and very nice new house on roof of 30 m2 with its large terrace of 40 m2 facing south. Ideally located 30 m from famous GARIBALDI Square, 30 m from Pine Square and all its restaurants and bars. Everything is done on foot in less than 3 minutes. Old Nice is a 3-minute walk away.

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Comfortable Home in Drap with swimming pool, 15 km from Nice

This holiday home is on the Côte d'Azur and has 2 bedrooms and can accommodate 4 people here. This home welcomes children making it ideal for a family or a small group of friends. A garden and terrace are available, so you can fully enjoy the outdoors. The owners live upstairs. Here, you are 15km from the Nice beaches. The nearest restaurants are only 5km away. Do you prefer to do your own cooking? You will find a supermarket 4.6km away where you can do your shopping. The house has air conditioning, so the holiday home stays pleasant when the weather is hot. In the garden, you will find a barbecue that you can use to prepare a delicious meal on summer evenings. Parking is available. Private Swimming Pool will allow you to rejuvenate here, drown all your sorrows as you bond and kick all those stubborn calories aside. Layout: Ground floor: (Entrance, Kitchen(seating area, hob, coffee machine, espresso machine, oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, washing machine, Blender), Living/diningroom(TV, seating area), bedroom(double bed, TV, hairdryer), bedroom(double bed, TV), bathroom(shower(adapted for disabled), toilet), bathroom(shower, toilet)) air conditioning, terrace(private), garden(shared with the owner ), garden furniture(6 persons), BBQ, parking, parasol, swimming pool(private, 7 x 4 m., opened from May upto and including Sep)

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Villas in Nice

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  2. Cimiez
Nice center house with garden
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  2. Saint Roch
Private room Nice: La villa niçoise jardin-BBQ
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  2. Villefranche-sur-Mer
Very nice view of Villefranche harbour
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  2. Mont Boron
Great Studio
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  2. Fabron
Classy Apartment in Nice with pool and private parking place
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  2. Nice
Sea view pool villa
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Double room with private pool Villa Clara
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  2. Mont Boron
Col de Villefranche Room
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Bedroom bathroom breakfast parking
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  2. La Gaude
Nice villa ground floor "côte d 'azur"
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  2. Gattières
Private room stunning view independent access
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  2. Nice
Beautiful Secure villa-pool-mountains & sea view !

Pet-friendly houses

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  2. Mont Boron
Villa Citrons et son Bateau
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  2. Villefranche-sur-Mer
140m2 Duplex with sea view By RivieraDuplex.com
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  2. Vence
La Mesnière for 8 persons.
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  2. Gambetta
Central House in Nice with WiFi
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  2. Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
Villa La Mignonne
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  2. Fabron
House 300 m from the sea and 5 minutes from the tram
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  2. Èze
Villa with view on the sea and the Old Eze Village
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Semi-detached villa with private pool and sublime views, 400 meters from the sea
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  2. Nice
Small quiet apartment
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  2. Nice
Near Downtown Pavilion 2p Garden Swimming Pool Sun
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  2. Nice
Room near Nice centre
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  2. Èze
Apartment On the BEACH III

Houses with pools

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  2. Saint Roch
Pool villa with panoramic views of Nice
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Studio 35 m² terrace 50 m² sea view, on hills
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  2. Madeleine
Studio CHIC HUT in the Olive Tree - Swimming Pool - South
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  2. Colomars
"Le Gite Niçois": charming cottage 5 km from Nice.
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  2. Villefranche-sur-Mer
Maison Villefranche sur mer with swimming pool
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  2. Drap
Harmony, 2 rooms, 40 m2, between Nice and Monaco
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  2. Mont Boron
Mini house sea view garden pool park forest
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  2. Nice
Villa Galetto Jacuzzi pools 15 min center Nice
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  2. Villefranche-sur-Mer
Zen Duplex & sea view
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Sea View appartement with garden and Pool
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Beautiful Nicoise
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Victory, F2 standing French Riviera , 20mm Nice!

Your guide to Nice

All About Nice

Over the course of the past three millennia, Ancient Greek mariners, Victorian Brits, French heatseekers, and famous artists have all fallen for Nice. It will only take you a few hours of basking in the warm, clean light of the French Riviera to understand why. Plunge into the warren of narrow streets in Vieux Nice, the Old Town, snacking on socca (a chickpea-flour crepe), or stroll along the Promenade des Anglais, which hugs the Mediterranean coast, checking out the buskers, street artists, and the crowds. Nice is not just a resort, however. It’s the sixth largest city in France, and you can sense its urbane buzz in the Place Masséna and along the Avenue Jean Médecin, the city’s main shopping street. Even the most bustling quarters exude a relaxed charm.


How do I get around Nice?

There are many ways to get to Nice, which isn’t surprising, given the love vacationers have for the Riviera. The Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport (NCE) is a destination for nonstop flights from around Europe.

The French railway system runs several TGV (high-speed trains) per day from Paris to Nice, and the Marseille-Ventimiglia railway line connects cities along the entire Mediterranean coast. If you’re traveling during the winter and summer holidays, book tickets far in advance. In Nice you can rent a car, but many attractions are within easy walking distance of the Mediterranean and the network of city buses and trams is comprehensive.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Nice?

Tucked between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea, Nice doesn’t really have a bad season. Expect sun — lots of it, with some 300 days of clear skies a year. Peak beach weather lasts from May through September. In July and August, the temperature often hits 80 or 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, with nights that remain warm. Shorts and sundresses, or perhaps lightweight pants for dining out, are common. (You’ll also want to have mosquito repellent on hand.) The temperatures gently descend from there, and in December and January, they drop into the 40s at night, so definitely pack a jacket and a sweater or two.


What are the top things to do in Nice?

Vieux Ville / Old Town

There are few neighborhoods as charming as Vieux Nice, whose curving lanes are bordered by high buildings painted orange and ochre. In the morning, the Cours Saleya Flower Market is filled with blooms and fresh produce. Late at night, the cafes and bars hum with the city’s nightlife.

Matisse Museum

The celebrated Modernist painter spent most of his adult life in Nice, and this 17th-century villa has assembled a collection of his works that span his career. The museum is just one reason to spend an afternoon in Cimiez, a neighborhood filled with Belle Époque mansions, a medieval monastery, and Roman ruins.

Promenade des Anglais

La Prom, as locals call it, was constructed for the benefit of the British who began spending winters here in the 1820s. One one side of the boulevard are the pebbly beaches and the deep blue Bay of Angels, and on the other, a long swath of 19th-century buildings with ornate balconies. Well-marked bike lanes also make this an attractive spot to pedal.