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Price and Availability Index in Nice
Holiday Letting Price Information in Nice
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Nice is in August (03/08 - 10/08). Holiday letting prices go down to £88 per night in March (16/03 - 23/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Nice
Check how busy Nice is with our availability graph. In February (16/02 - 23/02), only 62 are available. Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in August (24/08 - 31/08).
The Weather in Nice
Check out the climate diagram for Nice. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 27°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 6° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Nice Apartments: Sunshine and Culture on the French Riviera
Nice, the capital of the French Riviera, is an exciting city where old meets new. Having once been a sanctuary for the world's elite, during the 19th and 20th centuries, today it welcomes everyone with its excellent climate and clear blue waters. What's more, it is known as an artistic, cultural, and culinary centre in the South of France.
When you choose to stay in a fully-equipped Nice holiday home, you can enjoy comfort and privacy, to get the most out of your stay. Explore this wonderful French city, whilst staying in a home away from home.
Journey into Nice
Nice’s modern, Côte d'Azur Airport is a hub for flight routes from around the world and sits directly by the sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea. It is also a mere 8 km from the city centre, with good transport links making journeys quick and easy.
Trains, buses, and coaches can be taken whilst taxis offer more comfort and ease. A letting car can also be picked up at the airport. If driving, simply take the M6098 motorway along the water or the Voie Pierre Mathis inland road, with both leading you into the heart of the city.
With efficient transport links, getting to your Nice holiday home needn't be a hassle, so that you can get on with the business of enjoying this great destination.
Nice and its Cuisine
France is well known for having one of the best cuisines in the world, whilst Nice is the Riviera’s centre of culinary delights. When you visit Nice, you have an immense number of restaurants and eateries to choose from, so you can indulge in a sumptuous meal close to your Nice holiday letting .
From some of the finest restaurants France has to offer, to outdoor markets and street food stands, Nice is full of delicious food and wine. With a Nice holiday letting , you also have the option to savour a meal at home. Simply head to one of the city's many great markets and pick up some local delicacies.
Nice and its Climate
The French Riviera is renowned throughout Europe, and the world, for being one of the best places to enjoy the sun. The temperature here remains above 20 °C for most of the year, winters are mild and rainfall moderate, making Nice the perfect place to escape the cold.
Make the most of the sun in Nice, and visit the region’s countless beaches and swimming spots. It is not only the air that is warm here, the sea is too. With a Nice holiday letting you'll have access to the stunning south of France and its enviable Mediterranean climate.
Nice and its Sights
Nice and the Côte d’Azur are known around the world for their incredible landmarks and sights. These include buildings such as the St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, a colossal and beautifully-designed structure which serves as a Russian Orthodox cathedral. The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Nice is another impressive piece of design, showcasing beautiful neo-Gothic architecture.
If relaxing on the beach sounds like your kind of thing, then Nice is the place to be. Head to the Promenade des Anglais, which stretches the length of the city and dates back to the 1820s, when English aristocrats would stroll along the elegant waterfront. Today you can do the same, as you take in the markets and eclectic mix of people enjoying the sunshine.
When you choose a Nice holiday letting , you can appreciate the city knowing you have a haven to unwind in at the end of each day's sightseeing.
Nice’s Art and Culture
Nice offers its visitors a wealth of galleries, making it a great destination for art-lovers. Visit artist-specific galleries, such as the Musée Matisse, a French national museum devoted to the works of French painter Henri Matisse. Or head to the Musée Marc Chagall, which houses an excellent collection of the artist's paintings. When it comes to contemporary work, the Musée d'art Moderne et d'art Contemporain cannot be beaten.
For a night at the opera, the Opéra de Nice, is a great choice. This grand architectural statement has hosted productions since the late 18th century.
Enjoy warm sea air, refined culture, exquisite French cuisine and more when you choose a Nice holiday letting .
Such Nice Attractions
Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Nice
A National French monument dedicated to Tsarevich Nicholas, this is one of the most exquisite Russian cathedrals outside Russia. Set in an oasis of greenery, the colourful cathedral is a short walk from the train station.
Nice's central square bustles with classic French cafés, high-end boutiques, and busy restaurants. Don't miss the 7m. tall statue of Apollo, glass sculptures, and fountains.
Promenade des Anglais
Known simply as La Prom to locals, the seven-kilometre promenade is also Nice's favourite festival venue. Come here to cycle, roller-blade, get a tan, or simply watch the world go by.
Soak up Nice's old world charm through the Old Town's meandering streets, squares, boutiques, and little restaurants. Food markets, flea markets, and flower markets that operate each day of the week are a great way to meet locals.
This castle ruins atop a hill offers wonderful views of the coastline, city, and its busy port.
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