Make a holiday rental home or villa in St Cezaire-sur-Siagne, France your home away from home.
St Cezaire-sur-Siagne is an ancient fortified village that overlooks the Siagne River and is less than 45 minutes drive away from the towns and cities of the famous Cote d’Azur. The village draws many visitors to its holiday accommodation every year thanks to this prominent position, as well as the good range of historical and natural attractions that St Cezaire has to offer.
St Cezaire-sur-Siagne is a charming medieval village that is typical of the region, and some excellent Provencal produce can be purchased from the Saturday morning market. The market is a popular event with both locals and tourists alike, and you can be sure of a lively atmosphere to go with your fresh bread and croissants.
Even on non-market days St Cezaire-sur-Siagne has a good array of places to shop, including local groceries, butchers, bakers, mini markets and bars. Larger supermarkets can be found a few short kilometres outside of the village centre, though you will require the use of a car to visit these.
The nearby lake of St Cassien is great place to head on a hot summer’s day, with a selection of water-related activities on offer to help cool visitors down. This includes pedalo and canoe hire, both of which allow active families to get out onto the water and enjoy some far-reaching views of the surrounding region.
For those more interested in sightseeing, there are several historical attractions in the village centre. The most central (and largest) is the 18th century church, with more churches, chapels and old fountains to be found in the narrow and winding streets that surround it. All of these are encompassed by the remnants of the town walls, which date back to the 14th century.
St Cezaire-sur-Siagne can be used as a base location for visiting a huge number of destinations around the Cote d’Azur. Cannes (31km) is an obvious choice for those seeking a spot of luxury, but Antibes (39km) is an equally attractive alternative, with a selection of museums, parks and gardens to go with the ever-popular beaches and more modern attractions that make the town a party capital throughout the summer.
The entire period between May and September in St Cezaire-sur-Siagne is generally blessed with hour upon hour of blissful sunshine and temperatures of around 30°C. If you decide to visit outside of peak season you will find that the weather is still pleasant outside of these months, though winter temperatures can drop to around the 10°C mark.
A flight to Nice Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE) is the best bet for getting to your self-catering accommodation in St Cezaire-sur-Siagne, with the airport being 50km from the village centre. British Airways offer a popular route from London Heathrow to Nice, but there are many other options to be found, including through low-cost airlines.