Villa Serenity’s extensive list of premium features, coupled with its vicinity to the beach and local amenities, make it an unparalleled choice for lavish living or a luxurious retreat.
- Capacity: 12 guests
- Living Area: 600 m2
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 6
- Sea View
- Landscaped gardens and terraces
- Heated Swimming pool
- Fitness Room
- Alarm System
- Wi-Fi throughout the villa
- Home Cinema
- State- of -the- art audio-visual system
- Panoramic Roof Terrace
- Living Room
- Indoor & Outdoor dining areas
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Laundry Room
- Garage (200 m2)
- Personalized welcome with champagne and flowers
- Luggage service
- Villa manager 7h/day, 5 days/ week
- Daily cleaning
- Daily change of towels as needed
- Change of bed sheets 2 times a week as needed
- Daily maintenance and cleaning of the pool as needed
- Garden maintenance
- Beach towels, bathrobes, and slippers
- Luxury bath products
Villa Serenity – Exclusive villa in a haven of peace.
Perched in the illustrious St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, renowned as one of the most exclusive peninsulas in the world, stands the magnificent Villa Serenity.
The villa has an extensive living area spread over a sizeable 150 sqm, characterized by light-filled ambience and sophisticated comfort.
An adjoining dining room enhances this space by providing an elegant environment for hosting gastronomic soirees or intimate family dinners.
This space also includes an immersive cinema space, ideal for enjoying the latest blockbuster or watching sporting events, with state-of-the-art audio-visual systems.
Villa Serenity boasts six stylish bedrooms, each offering perfect tranquility.
The exceptional master suite commands its own space with a luxurious private bathroom, a private lounge with a home cinema, and a private terrace overlooking the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean.
The additional suites each offer impressive volumes, floor-to-ceiling windows to bathe the room in natural light, and ensuite bathrooms for absolute privacy.
Nearby Michelin-starred restaurants such as the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat, La Reserve de Beaulieu, and La Chèvre d’Or in Eze, Beaulieu Casino, village and harbour, Cap Ferrat village and harbour, and the famously picturesque ‘Promenade Rouvier’ are all within easy walking distance.
A 10-minute walk (900 m) to the Royal-Riviera private beach and watersports centre.
- Village of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat : 05 minutes
- Nice : 15 minutes drive
- Monaco : 25 minutes drive
- Menton : 45 minutes drive
- Eze village : 25 minutes drive
- Vintimille (Italy) : 50 minutes drive
- Nice cote d’Azur Airport : 35 minutes drive
- Juan Les Pins : 1 hour drive
- Cannes-Mandelieu Airport : 1 hour drive
- St Tropez : 2 hours drive
Perfectly positioned between Nice International Airport and Monaco sits the idyllic forested peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Historically frequented by the world’s elite and the greats of stage and screen, this charming and picturesque oasis is home to some of the worlds most awe-inspiring real estate including Villa Leopolda, Villa Ephrussi and Villa L’Empyrée.
Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is flanked by the picturesque Riviera towns of Villefranche-sur-Mer and Beaulieu-sur-Mer and is within close proximity to the popular hilltop town of Eze and the Principality of Monaco. The neighbouring areas provide comprehensive amenities in addition to those on the peninsula itself. These include a 560 berth marina, the legendary Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat and secluded beaches.
The history of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat shows that the town was known to the ancient Greeks as Anao, the site of present days Cap Ferrat was first settled by Celto-Ligurian tribes, then by the Lombards at the end of the 6th century. Sant Ospizio, a hermit friar, is said to have inhabited a tower on the Eastern part of the peninsula.
At the beginning of the 20th century, King Leopold II of Belgium owned an estate on Cap Ferrat and built several houses and an artificial lake. The main residence is the Villa des Cèdres, which has been owned by Marnier-Lapostolle (the founder of Grand Marnier) since 1924 and is now in part a botanical garden called the Jardin Botanique des Cèdres.
Visit the Villa Ephrussi de Rothchild
In 1905, Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild chose Cap Ferrat to build a Tuscan-style palazzo, now known as Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild museum. This very scenic location can be rented under special conditions to host galas and events in the lush park and gardens.
Visit the Villa Kerylos
Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France, is a house in Ancient Greek Revival style built in the early 1900s by French archaeologist Theodore Reinach. It has been listed since 1966 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.
Speedboat Day Trip with Snorkeling in Villefranche Bay
Explore the Bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer on a speedboat trip from Nice. Jump in the water and discover the vibrant fishes of the bay while snorkeling with a certified instructor leading the way.
Round-Trip Transportation to Saint Tropez by Boat
This splendid residence spans three floors and represents perfect harmony between belle-epoque design and modern, contemporary facilities, all set against the stunning canvas of the French Riviera.