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Highlights in Villeneuve-Loubet
- The Provençal Village
- The Castle of Vaugrenier
- Port Marina Baie des Anges
- The Park of Vaugrenier
- The Escoffier Museum of Culinary Art
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Villeneuve-Loubet
Nestled between Nice and Antibes, the municipality of Villeneuve-Loubet has many beautiful holiday rentals directly on the coast and the beach bordering the Marina. The architectural style is resolutely modern, but the proximity of the coast and the marina will seduce visitors in search of sunshine! It is also possible to find a beautiful location with a view of the sea in the steep and wooded hills of the old town that will please lovers of the typical small Provençal village.Luxury holiday rentals on the Mediterranean coast
Looking for a weekend on the Mediterranean coast? Villeneuve-Loubet offers a wide range of rentals that will suit lovers of the sea and the authentic southern city. The coastline has a lot of well-equipped accommodation, with saunas or jacuzzis for example, from where you can contemplate the shoreline with its superb sunset! In the oldest part of the town, large spacious residences with swimming pool, terrace and shaded garden await to satisfy the most demanding travellers. Ideal for families and couples looking for a quiet setting!
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Location and orientation
Villeneuve-Loubet can boast a certain success in tourism, particularly because of its location and originality. Ten minutes from Nice-Côte d'Azur airport, the city of Alpes-Maritimes is home to one of the largest marinas in the region, which also includes a resolutely modern architectural complex! On the other hand, the old city facing the hills of the Mardaric valley gives the impression, with its imposing fortress, of a Provençal vision of yesteryear. Between land and sea, Villeneuve has enough to satisfy the travellers who will take the time to come and explore it.Beach and nature at the rendezvous
Separated in two by the large marina, the main beach of Villeneuve-Loubet remains the tourist heart of the seaside resort, with its activities of beaches, restaurants and shops, it is very pleasant in all seasons. But the green lung of the municipality is the heights of the hinterland, with its green hills and rian valleys. You can walk around and even ride a horse. And finally, the historic centre, the famous "Provençal village", which also offers a variety of sites of interest. They will delight visitors who wish to know the history of Villeneuve.
Travellers and Activities
In Villeneuve-Loubet, all sports are possible! For hiking enthusiasts, the company "Destination Merveille" offers walking tours throughout the region. You can also go horseback riding in the northern and wild parts of the town, at Espace Azur Cheval. To enjoy the seaside, many activities are possible, such as windsurfing, catamaran, or jet-skiing.Villeneuve-Loubet with family
The seaside resort has something for the whole family: supervised beach with all the possible services, varied restaurants, shops, etc.. It is easy to spend a whole day on the shores of this superb Côte d'Azur coast, sunbathing in the generous sun. To change environment, go to the Bois des Lutins, accessible by the departmental road 2085. This small playground in the middle of the forest is full of fun and very friendly! Tired at the end of the day? Parents will certainly appreciate the balneotherapy centre at La marina de la baie des Anges. What a comfort after a trying day!
Auguste Escoffier, the famous cook born in Villeneuve-Loubet in 1846 was nicknamed "the king of cooks and the cook of kings"!
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Bordering the famous Marina Baie des Anges, the beach of the battery allows you to enjoy the pleasure of swimming and sunbathing in the Mediterranean, and throughout its 4 km of sand alternating with small pebbles, refreshments, deckchairs, restaurants, jet-ski rental are accessible to tourists.2. Discovering the "Provençal village"
What is called the Provençal village is in fact the old town of Villeneuve. Dominated by an imposing medieval fortress that can be visited, the village bordering the banks of the Wolf is really worth a look. It is easy to spend half a day walking along these flowered alleys on the hillsides, full of charm and pleasantly wooded.3. Visit the Escoffier Museum
This museum is dedicated to Auguste Escoffier, a local child and forerunner of modern cuisine. Located in the old town, it traces the history of French cuisine. An audio guide is available to make this visit even more exciting.4. Excursion to the Château de Vaugrenier
Built just behind the park of the same name, this superb 16th century palace belongs to the so-called "Paladian" style, named after an Italian Renaissance artist, Andrea Palladio. It is open to the public in summer and on Heritage Days.5. Walking in the park of Vaugrenier
This park includes more than 100 hectares of woods and meadows that are home to a remarkable biotope and a pond from which to observe birds. Very pleasant for a walk or jogging!