Discover the ideal accommodation for your holiday in Nice
Situated on the south east coast, Nice is the French Mediterranean coast's second largest city after Marseille and France's fifth largest city, as well as the capital of the Alpes Maritimes département.
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Head to Nice to soak up the essence of southern France - Book your Nice Accommodation
Its its pleasant climate have seen artists flock to Nice's apartments over the years, while it welcomes something in the region of four million tourists each year, second only to Paris in terms of volume of visitors in France. While many of the town's beaches are a little too pebbly for some, there are also private, more sandy beaches available for use for a fee. Many of these include either imported sand or hessian carpets covering the pebbles and waiter service on the beach. If you cannot afford that, or find it all a little off-putting, then head to the public beaches like La Reserve. For those who love to spend their holidays in luxury, Nice is a great destination.
Taste the special cuisine and stay in exclusive bars in Nice
There are always plenty of terrace cafes where you can relax after a hard day's enjoying yourself in Nice and being in France, there are plenty of places to taste the local vinyards, many of which are now produced exclusively using organic methods. A local culinary speciality which is worth tasting is 'socca', a kind of pancake, similar to a crepe but with batter made from ground chickpea flour. This is a real signature dish of the city and pairs perfectly with a pitcher of local wine. The Niçoise Salad is another local speciality worth trying and it is particularly shines during warm evenings when you don’t want to feel bloated after your evening meal.
Nice - A fascinating destination for art and history lovers
History enthusiasts who are staying at Nice apartments can also find plenty to enjoy in the city. There is some striking religious architecture, with the Chapelle de la Miséricorde generally perceived as perhaps the finest example of baroque church architecture in the whole of France. Art lovers staying in one of Nice's villas can head to the villa at Prieuré du Vieux Logis, where they can see a wide range of works ranging in date from the 14th century to the 17th. A day trip to Italy is also possible, where you'll find the stunning city of Turin. Whether you love wine or sunshine, a fresh sea breeze or the peace of an art gallery, a trip to Nice should mean that you find exactly what you are looking for.
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On the road in Nice
The best first impression of Nice you get when you approach the city center on the Promenade des Anglais. On the waterfront promenade, it's a case of see and be seen. On the seaside, the promenade is lined with white pebble beaches.
Again, residential buildings, prestigious hotels and magnificent palaces in the style of the Belle É poque line up opposite. On the Quais des États-Unis and de la Douane, you walk at the foot of the castle hill and pass the port of Nice, where the ferries to Corsica dock.
You can go down the back side of the mountain or the old town by streetcar. It stops near the important sights of Nice. In the downtown area, it runs on its own grass strip for stretches and offers nice views of the city's green spaces.
Russian Orthodox Cathedral Saint-Nicolas
On Boulevard du Tsarévitch, Saint-Nicolas Cathedral catches the eye with its gold and green domes. The largest Russian Orthodox church outside Russia, it houses elaborate gold and woodwork.
In the center of Nice, Place Masséna is always bustling with activity. Around the square with its black and white pavement, arcaded walkways invite you to linger in atmospheric cafes.
Promenade des Anglais
The spacious promenade Promenade des Anglais runs along the beach of Nice for 7km across the city. Luxurious hotels and magnificent Art Nouveau buildings exude exclusivity over the promenade, which beckons you to relax under palm trees along the way.
Nizza's old town is a charming maze of alleys with a Mediterranean flair. Colorful markets create an atmospheric ambiance during your stroll through the city, which passes by Baroque architectural gems like the magnificent Cathedral of Sainte-Réparate.
A limestone rock lies between the old town and the port of Nice. The castle hill, which also houses a spacious cemetery, offers you a wide panorama over the city and its coast.
Frequently asked questions
What are the most popular accommodations in Nice?
The most popular accommodation types in Nice are apartment rental and house rentals. With 492 accommodations in Nice, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Nice?
With Casamundo, you will find holiday rentals in Nice starting from as little as £46. On average, properties in Nice will have a size of 135 m² (House rentals) and 57 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Nice?
If you are travelling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodation types in Nice. On average a pet-friendly rental costs £148 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Nice ?
We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Nice. On average, the apartment rental has space for 3 guests.