Self-catering, sunny apartment with balcony overlooking port. sleeps four. Comfortable and well equipped. Air conditioning.
Private Garage available on request
History: The seafront location was part of the commune of Ollioules. In the 16th century the seigneur established a fishing village here, clustered around the medieval watchtower, under the protection of 'Sanct Nazari' of Lérins Abbey. The port was constructed and the harbor deepened in the mid-16th century. The little fishing port of Saint Nazari was finally granted its independence from Ollioules in 1688 and in 1890 its local name in Provençal Sanary, which was formalized and distinguished as sur-Mer in 1923.
Optional 'femme de menage': This incurs a cost of 50 euros per week. The 'femme de menage' (house keeper) will come in and change your sheets and give the house a dust and hoover and various other toiletries. Please ask if your stay is longer than one week and you would like this option.