Corconne long term French rental property (sleeps 6) Corconne, Nimes, , Languedoc-Roussillon, 30260, France +33 (0)6 95 00 28 44
Long term rental Long term rental / Sleeps 4-6 / Minimum days 1 Maximum days 999 / Min people 1 Max people 6 / 1 312.5 Saturday, 27 October 2029
Corconne long term French rental property (sleeps 6) Corconne, Nimes, , Languedoc-Roussillon, 30260, France +33 (0)6 95 00 28 44 312.50€ - 312.50€ Anon 4.66 10 Amazing! Very nice property in a lovely village. Recommend. Mr and Mrs Scott Feb 2020
  • Restaurants nearby
  • Parking
  • Peaceful & quiet
  • Lovely views
  • Child friendly
  • Pool (Shared)

Property description

This long term French rental property in South France is in the village of Corconne, near Quissac and Nimes. This beautiful stone property provides superior accommodation and comes with stunning views over the region of the Pic Saint Loup. This gorgeous French property rental was painstakingly built over a 4 year period, using a combination natural stone and high-tech modern materials. The results are spectacular. The property provides 85m2 of living space laid out over 2 floors. The property contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms and can comfortably accommodate 6 people. The surrounding area is a famous for olive oil production and good Languedoc wine.

French rental property in South France - our verdict

This wonderful French rental property in South France is situated in a picturesque part of the Languedoc region. With Quissac, Sauve and Nimes close by, this property provides excellent long term rental accommodation.


  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • 2 bath
  • 3 bed
  • Child friendly
  • Dishwasher

Area activities

The village of Corconne is just a 3 minutes walk and here you will find a children’s playground and a football pitch. In the village, you can buy bread and pastries every day. Larger shops are to be found in Quissac (8 km). There is also bus service from Nimes to Quissac. The villa is also close to the beautiful village of Sauve, full of restaurants and shops.

Avignon: This city was residence of the pope in the 14th century. Many monuments remain from this period including the Pope`s Palace, the famous "Pont St Bénézet", la "place de l`Horloge" and its theatres. . .

Uzès: this little town of arts is the home of the First French Duchy. With its paved streets, 17th century mansions and many antique shops, Uzes is a real jewel in the Languedoc! Visit the Fenestrelle medieval tower, la "place aux herbes" and its provençal market.

Le Pont du Gard: This famous Roman aqueduct, now classified as an UNESCO world heritage site, is one of the most impressive archaeological remains from the Roman Empire.

Aigues-Mortes: the remparts of this medieval town are surrounded by the salt lakes of the Camargue, home to thousends of pink flamingos. This charming little town is well worth the visit

Nîmes: this Roman city is well known for its arenas and "ferias", and also "la maison carrée", the gardens of la Fontaine and the covered market . The nearby town of Arles is also well worth a visit for its arenas ant antique theatre.

Montpellier: this very lively university town, is the dynamic heart of Languedoc. The historical centre of the city is pedestrianised and contains many 17th Century mansions, narrow paved streets, boutiques, and squares around the "Place de la Comedie".

Cevennes National park: just a short journey from the Domain de Monteils, you will find this paradise for the walkers with its chestnut groves its valleys and sources, proposes idyllic walking itineraries.

Camargue: with its legendary wild white horses, large black bulls, beautiful pink flamingos and rare birds, the Camargue is a paradise of nature, flora and fauna.

Sommieres: is an exceptionally picturesque medieval South France town, which offers plenty of sightseeing and activities, both locally and in it`s surrounding areas. One of Sommieres`s key features is it`s Roman bridge, built by the emperor Tiberus in the First century AD. Above the town stands a castle, built in the 10 century. A wide range of festivities take place in Sommieres, including the Medieval fair in April, and the Town`s Saint`s fair in the summer. You should also visit Sommieres` Saturday market, which served as the set during the filming of the French film "Manon des Sources".

Mediterranean beaches: Only 25 km from Domaine de Plantat you will find endless sandy beaches of the Languedoc.

Anduze: this famous pottery town which produced world renowned glazed vases is a picturesque place. Also close-by is the celebrated Bambouseraie bamboo gardens. Also from Anduze you can take a Steam train through the Cevennes and enjoy the outstanding views.

Check in times

To be arranged prior to arrival.

Driving directions


The nearest airports to this long term French rental property in South France are:

Montpellier (30 mins)

Nimes (30 mins)

Other transport

Booking terms

The booking terms for this French rental property in South France are as follows:

One month´s rent security deposit. Rent paid monthly in advance. References required.