PRIVATE PARKING - 2 BEACHES
Situated in a quiet, private residence, this well equipped apartment is ideal for couples and families. The apartment offers access to secure parking (a rare thing in Collioure) and 2 sheltered beaches.
2 BEDROOMS - BALCONY - PARKING- 50m FROM THE BEACH
Described as 'charming', El Niu is situated in a quiet, private residence looking out towards the sea with access to the beach at 50m. El Niu, meaning 'the nest' in Catalan, was selected by us for it's perfect location and access to secure parking. El Niu is on the top (2nd) floor of the apartment building is well equipped for those who wish to explore as well as those who just want to relax.
Within walking distance of both Collioure (20 minutes) and Port Vendres (10 minutes) and a supermarket (2 minutes) you can park the car & enjoy your holiday.
With a wide choice of cafés, restaurants, galleries and attractions near by and Spain 20 minutes drive away, entertainment is easy to find. Comprising of 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom (bunk beds), living/dining room, kitchenette, shower room and separate toilet, the apartment is comfortable for 2-4 people. Pay as you go Wifi and baby equipment are available on request.
Zugang für Gäste
You have access to the whole apartment and secure parking space in the communal garage.
- Smoking is allowed on the balcony outside.
2 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt vom 23. Dezember 2017 - 5. Januar 2018.
Hello, Bonjour and Welcome!
I am Remi and I look after several apartments in Collioure and Ceret. I grew up in Lancashire, UK and spent much of my adult life living in different countries around the world finally settling in the South of France in 2012. I am also a keen traveler and take every opportunity I get to explore new places. As such I have taken all the best features I have come across and tried to incorporate them into your experience of staying in one of our apartments.
I spend time with each of my clients when they arrive to help them plan what to do during their stay. This way they get the most out of their time here.
I work hard to make sure the whole experience is as good as possible. From the initial enquiry to the return home.
If I were to advise travelers here are a few things I would suggest:
Decide what is really important for you during your stay and contact the property manager to make sure that it is available. Remember, the property is only a part of the holiday experience and ask about other aspects. Feel free to call me or email, I am happy to answer your questions.
Check the photos of the property and read the description properly! Really, please do it, and once again, please do ask questions if you are unsure of something.
Take advice from the property manager on what to do in the area. We have lots of local knowledge that can't be found on the internet.
TRAVEL INSURANCE, make sure you have it! Many things can go wrong, from illness to your holiday being cancelled. While these things are rare they could happen. At least this way you will be covered.
Let us know if you are going to be late. We always try to arrange an arrival time. I know from personal experience that delays are inevitable at sometimes, but please don't forget that there is someone who is waiting for you on your arrival.
Finally, if something isn't right during your stay, let the owner/manager know while you are there. We can usually fix it. There really is nothing that can be done to improve your holiday once you have left.
I hope that you find this advice helpful. Let me know if there is anything you would add, but most of all enjoy your stay.