Tastefully decorated apartment.The appartment occupies the last floor, the last but one floor and the roof terrace of a 3-storey town house whose origins date back to 1850.
It is situated just above the perfume and soap museum and enjoys subtle fragrances of lavender, rose and wild jasmin carried upwards by the wind.
The flat was entirely re-furbished and re-designed by a local architect in 2002 and combines modern amenities with a distinct traditional provençal ambiance.
Breath-taking views from lounge, terrace and loggia.
A few steps away from restaurants, bakeries, cafés, boutiques, Provencal market every Wednesday and Friday.
2 lounges one of which overlooks the harbour, panoramic view of the harbour, sea, Canaille Cap, castle, village.
Furnished roof terrace with a 360° view of the above sites as well as the neighbouring countryside.
Equipped bar and summer kitchen serving the roof terrace.
Sleeping capacity: 6 people.
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, one of which has a jacuzzi.
Jacuzzi : For maximum comfort and well being, the jacuzzi is fitted with a combination of water jets and air jets, chromotherapy and aromatherapy. A selection of essential oils are at your disposal as well as explanations about their benefits and instructions for use.
Bathroom 1 with jacuzzi
Bathroom 2 with sea-view
Bathroom 3 hammam style
Bedroom 1: Double bed
Bedroom 2: Double bed
Bedroom 3: 2 single beds which can be joined together
All bedlinen provided including sheets
Extras : All cleaning products, detergent and toilet paper provided. We offer you a bottle of local wine. Tea, coffee and basic provisions are at your disposal.
Wi-Fi, flat screen television, DVD player, washing machine, dryer, wine cellar fridge, equipped kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, toaster, freezer, kettle, induction hob, etc.) and double glazing.
A parking space in a private, closed residence, 100 metres from the apartment is at your disposal and is included in the rental fee. It's a few steps away from the apartment. If your group is arriving in 2 cars and you need an extra parking space, just let us know ahead of time so we can arrange extra parking for you. Parking in Cassis is very difficult.
Cassis is an all-year-round destination with its beautiful setting, surrounded by jurassic limestone cliffs, vineyards, and fig and olive trees. The old quarter of Cassis is now a listed heritage site; its tiny port is charming, lined with pastel-coloured houses and compared with other towns on the coast is quite unspoilt.
Many painters, writers and filmmakers have been inspired by Cassis and the surrounding landscape - such as Matisse, Braque, Dufy, Signac, Winston Churchill, Virginia Woolf, Kundera and Henry Miller just to name a few.
It is also a well-known wine growing region, spanning approximately 400 acres. It’s most famous for its excellent white wines which have a distinct fragrance, with hints of rosemary and heather.
If you’re coming by car, don’t miss the most spectacular drive along the clifftop Route des Crêtes, which links Cassis and the town of La Ciotat through Cap Canaille, the highest sea cliff in Europe. You'll find several panoramic viewpoints, with views over the bay of Cassis.
For a more active holiday, you can try rock climbing, sailing, diving, snorkelling, kayaking or fishing.
The famous Calanques (or Mediterranean fjords) can be climbed and admired from above, or if you prefer something more leisurely you can take one of the dozens of paths offering breath-taking views or you can just admire them from sea-level by getting on one of the many boats which take you to the foot of these beautiful cliffs.
Don’t miss the provençal market every Wednesday and Friday in the village square. You’ll find local produce like olives, cheese, honey, vegetables, pottery and other local arts and crafts.