Ideally located in the historic district of fishermen, this apartment offers the proximity of the ocean in a bucolic setting, the animation of the waterfront of St. Peter 500 m and the starting point to the wild South.
3 roomsLiveable floor area : 750 Sq.ft.
- Children welcome
- Setting : City, Bucolic
- Sandy beach at 165'
- Festival, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
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This apartment is located on the ground floor of an old fisherman House completely renovated and enlarged in 2018. It can accommodate 4 to 6 people with its two bedrooms and a sofa bed present in the living room. A long sheltered and shaded patio to enjoy the cool in the hottest hours. A second 3-bedroom apartment is on the first floor. Only the laundry room and two parking spaces are public spaces and each apartment has its own entrance.
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The beaches and the Marina of Saint Peter to practice good numbers of beach sports and water sports. But the meeting is also the beauty of its rocky peaks and its natural circuses. St. Pierre, capital of the South, is obliged to organize its hikes to the Piton des Neiges, the volcano and primary forests. The Park Regional, world heritage, the cirque of Cilaos, the creole village of in-between and the wild South are accessible by car. Allowing everyone to spend the holidays according to his desires. Diversity of sites but also diversity of cultures, the meeting remains a land of discovery.
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Roland Garros airport, take the N1 in direction of St. Paul/St. Pierre and keep about 90km to the first exit to St. Pierre Center. Come down and join the Sea Front in the direction of Marina. After the port, always stay on the right to enter Holy land. At the level of the esplanade and dike fishermen turn left onto the street Auguste Langlois.