Upon leaving the front door, you step straight out into the quaint winding streets of Menton, steeped in history.
Wandering around this quarter of town, you will discover the imposing St Michel Basilica and chapel, the market place and Rue St Michel, a pedestrian zone lined with boutiques and typical restaurants. Situated one street away is Bonaparte Quay, here you can view the boats in the old port, sit on the magnificent sandy beach, or have a meal outside on the sunny terrace of a restaurant.
You can follow the promenade along to the casino, town hall beaches and gardens of central Menton. If you wish to go further afield, the train station is 15-minutes walk away and is well connected to towns on the French and Italian Riviera, as well as Monaco.
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The apartment has a living room with a sofa that opens out into a double bed. There is a dining table and chairs, a television and an equipped kitchen area. There is a separate bathroom with a toilet and shower.
The apartment has a lot of windows, which make it an enjoyable environment to stay in, with plenty of natural light. From the windows you can see the rooftops of the old town and the spectacular mountains beyond.