Panoramic view: Sea, Hills and villages Cogolin, Gassin and Grimaud. Villa located in the heights, with a dominant position.
Large living room with fireplace and mezzanine, fitted kitchen, five bedrooms, one with full bathroom and three with their individual bathrooms.
Apartment, can be independent or not, having its own entrance, with living room, two bedrooms and bathroom. Dependency and playground for children, as well as a poolhouse with its shower-room,
Features: Alarm – Laundry – Automatic gate – Automatic watering – Double glazing – Pool house – Quiet – Bedroom on one level – Playground for children – Pool 6 x 12
Cogolin is a commune in the Var department .
In the center of the city workers to find a church dating from the 16th Century doorways of green marble and vaulted passageways.
Port- Cogolin, five kilometers away from the city, has a beautiful sandy beach and a large marina with berths in 1800 , mimicking the style of the adjacent Port Grimaud .
General de Lattre de Tassigny had in Cogolin in 1944 during the battle for the liberation of Provence his headquarters .
On the ground floor of the city’s theaters , a museum is housed , the career of the actor and comedian Raimu (1883-1946) dedicated from Toulon : Posters and photos of his theater roles ( White and Black ) , his feature films ( The Baker’s Wife , The daughter of the fountain maker , Cesar , Fanny , etc.) , as well as personal items and letters.
On a hilltop , the clock tower from the 14th rising Century , the only remnant of the old castle (entrance at the end of the Rue Nationale on the Montée de l’ Horloge ) . Judging on the left side down again, so you get to the Place Bellevue , where decorated with modern artwork Chapelle Ste -Croix is .
The Eglise St- Sauveur contains vestiges of buildings dating from the 11th Century and has a beautiful Renaissance Serpentinportal . In a side chapel inside are an interesting altarpiece Hurlupin ( 1540) , the St . Anthony , accompanied by the St . And St. Eligius . Pontian shows , as well as a beautiful baroque bust out of 17 Century worth seeing.