- Airport nearby
- Air conditioning
- Beautiful location
- Restaurants nearby
- Peaceful & quiet
This French villa with pool offers a terrace with lovely views over the marina in the pretty town of Aigues-Mortes.The villa sits in a traditionally styled gated community and is on two floors with 3 double bedrooms and an open plan ground floor that leads onto a south facing patio area. The waters edge is a few feet away protected by railings making the house safe for young families. Just a 20 minutes walk away, you will find the ancient fortified town of Aigues Mortes , it is one of the prettiest towns in the South of France. Located on the edge of the famous Camargue region, this ancient walled city is just a joy to spend time in. All the restaurants, bars and grocery shops in Aigues-Mortes are just a short walk away. Sandy beaches on the Mediterranean coast are just 3kms away.
There´s a huge range of activities on your doorstep including boating, swimming, cycling, horse riding, canoeing, golf and tennis. . The immediate group of houses has exclusive use of the welcoming swimming pool situated within meters of the house with stunning views over the marina.
French villa with pool - Our Opinion
Last visited September 2016. This French villa with pool is ideal for a family as it is close to the beaches and port. Montpellier is 15 mins away and the property is handy for several airports.
- Linen & towels provided
- Washing machine
- 2 bath
- 3 bed
- Air con
- Beach nearby
- Child friendly
Aigues-Mortes is a striking, walled medieval town sitting on the flat marshes of the Petite Camargue, and is considered the purest example of 13th-century military architecture. It looks today pretty much like it did in the Middle Ages. The town of neatly rectilinear streets is surrounded by fortified ramparts. It contains many shops and cafes and restaurants catering for all tastes. Spend time strolling or just sitting whiling the time away.
A 20 minute drive takes you to the modern and vibrant city of Montpellier with its new tram system making it easy to see this fascinating city with its old town of narrow streets. 30 minutes away and you are in the Roman town of Nimes with its Roman Arena and the Maison Carree - a fascinating place to visit.
Languedoc-Roussillon is a region of stunning diversity, with areas of unspoilt natural beauty, vibrant towns and cities, and superb historic monuments. Add to this the incomparable Mediterranean light and the beautiful blue of the sea, and you are in a region of pure delight. The property is in the Gard department which is part of the Cévennes National Park. There is the famous Roman aqueduct, the Pont du Gard. Also worth visiting are Arles that has a Roman Amphitheatre and is the gateway to the Camargue, and Uzes is famous in the area for its Saturday market.
The villa is within easy reach of the seaside resorts of La Grand Motte, Le Boucanet, Carnon, Palavas and the busy fishing port of Le Grau-du-Roi with a fine sandy beach at L´Espiguette and sand dunes at Le Grande Travers.There are two 18 hole golf courses within 15 minutes of the property. Boat hire is locally available to enjoy the marina, the local canals, and the Med which is just a 4 km canal trip away.
Check in times
To fly to this French villa with pool you can;
Fly to Perpignan (1.30 hour)
Fly to Carcassonne (1 .30 hour)
Fly to Montpellier (15 mins)
Fly to Nimes (30 mins)
Fly to Beziers (60mins)
Eurostar/SNCF options are frequent to Nimes station, and there is even a connection at Nimes for Aigues Mortes station - a 15 minute walk from the property
Booking policies for this French villa with pool are as follows:
Security deposit 500€
25% paid on booking
75% balance 8 weeks before arrival.
|Tariff||Valid from||Valid til||Rate|
|High season||Saturday, 19 June 2021||Friday, 27 August 2021||1,650.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Thursday, 01 October 2020||Friday, 21 May 2021||1,030.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Friday, 01 October 2021||Friday, 20 May 2022||1,030.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||Saturday, 22 May 2021||Friday, 18 June 2021||1,250.00€ Per week|
|Mid season||Saturday, 28 August 2021||Thursday, 30 September 2021||1,250.00€ Per week|
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- Value for money
Very special house in a quiet, small harbour area, walking distance to town. The house is in a perfect condition, very clean and well looked after, the kitchen is very well equipped. Swimming pool is shared with others, don´t forget to bring your bathing towels. Michelle was so kind to help us out. Communication with Michelle was very friendly, quick and easy. We would have appreciated day beds or deck chairs to relax on the patio (Michelle is still looking for some, so next time we will be able to appreciate them). There is a lot to do in the area and we really loved it!
Reviewer: Sally Q.
Date: Aug 2017
We had a great family holiday in this bright and spacious villa. With nice views onto the marina and a great shared swimming pool, it is in a gated complex, v quiet and safe which makes it perfect for the kids. The old part of Aigues Mortes is a pleasant 20 min walk along the canal and the there is easy access to the main roads for exploring the rest of the Carmargue.
Reviewer: Review by Marc.
Date: Submitted: Aug 2015
It lived up to the photos. The waterside setting is quite and peaceful with Kingfishers and other birdlife. There are some interesting drives with view points nearby but you need a good map to find them. The whole booking process and arrangements for accessing the property were good and went smoothly. We have a lot of self catering holidays and this is probably the nicest one we have stayed in. Lounge area is bright and airy with plenty of comfy seating, All rooms were very clean and overall well maintained. The outside area is great for al fresco dining. Aigues Mortes is within a 20 minute walk along the canal and there are good restaurants. There is Lidl store in walking distance and other supermarkets further afield and is well placed for exploring the Camargue. We would certainly go back.
Reviewer: Review by Tundy, Bedford, UK.
Date: Submitted: Oct 2015