Beautiful 18m2 studio, second floor, fully renovated in the heart of the Provencal village of Allauch, located in the historic area close to the church of St. Sebastian dating from the seventeenth century. Close to shops, museum, restaurants and hills for hiking in the footsteps of Marcel Pagnol or why not strol on horseback since the ranch is located in the heights of the village within walking distance.
Ideal for visiting Marseile Capital of Culture (phone number hidden)mn by car or bus), its beaches and creeks (20mn).
Very bright, very comfy, very modern and facing south,on the 2nd floor of an old house, it offers the benefit of a cottage as a fully equipped kitchenette, a small dining area, a double bed 140x200 instead.
We put at your disposal on request (extra 20€) a BABY KIT (bath, toddler stroller, high chair, changing mat, cot).
We can also lend two bicycles on request and free of charge.
The studio is equipped with :
*Side bathroom, shower, sink, toilet, towels
*Kitchen : Italian coffee maker, two hotplates, microwave-oven/grill, kettle, fridge with small freezer, washing machine
*Side living room/bedroom : TV, 140x200 bed (bed linen provided), armchair, table, 2 chairs, radio, WIFI,
*** optionnal : housekeeping fee 10€
***Several free parking nearby.
Your hosts are pure Provençal strain! Passionate about climbing, trekking and nature, Bruno will be happy to refer you to the best spots in the area. And why not accompany you to an outlet in the hills to discover the hidden caves, exceptional views over the bay of Marseilles, thyme, rosemary and heather!
As for Audrey, professional artist, she will advise all good cultural plans around, greedy by nature, she will direct you to the best places to enjoy culinary specialties from the corner!
We live 5 minutes drive from the village, so if you need anything, we are here ;)
[Throughout the year many events punctuate the life of the town, traditional festivals (the fire of Saint John concludes a week of festivities at the St. Clair six pigs are roasted on the spit all night and sold at auction, the feast of St. Lawrence with parade in traditional costumes), fairs and markets theme (Universe Marcel Pagnol, the old trades of Provence such as fishermen or shepherds, fair wines and local products, Marseille soaps), exhibitions of paintings or photos.