Bargemon is a beautiful village nestled amongst the mountains in the Var department. Bargemon is one of the most beautiful villages in Provence. It is typically French, with lots of charm, a central square with pavement cafes, water fountains, narrow streets, shuttered houses and ancient ramparts. This spacious holiday gite in Provence comes with 2 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 people. The apartment has a beautiful living room, two outside terraces and is located all on one level in the centre of the village. The apartment provides beautiful views over the mountains and valley. Nice airport is a 1 hour drive and in 40 minutes you can be on the beach at Frejus or Sainte-Maxime. The famous Gorges du Verdon is also located close-by.
This homely apartment comes with high ceilings and large windows throughout, creating a lovely feeling of space. It is conveniently located in the centre of Bargemon. Bargemon is a picturesque village with lots of restaurants, bakeries and shops. This holiday gite in Provence, France, sleeps 4 comfortably with an option of sleeping an extra 2 people on a double sofa bed in sitting room. The apartment is south facing and has wonderful views of the valley from main bedroom and sitting room.
The living room is equipped with two sofas, an armchair, a dining table and 8 chairs. The living room has direct access to a modern, well equipped kitchen with 5-burner gas hob, fridge/freezer, dish washer, pots & pans and utensils. From the kitchen there is direct access to a large outside terrace with a dining table and 6 chairs. A few steps up from the main terrace, there is another terrace for extra sun and dining options!
The main bedroom has a king-size bed. Bedroom 2 is fitted with twin beds. The sofa bed in the sitting room can comfortably sleep 2. The bathroom comprises a newly renovated shower, wc, wash basin and washing machine and is directly accessed from both bedrooms.
Outside: Street access with parking directly outside or within few minutes walk. The apartment is situated on first floor and is all on one level. There are about 15 stairs to first floor access. Public parking free of charge.
The prices for this holiday gite in Bargemon, Provence, are per week in euros and are inclusive of bed linen, bath towels (for 4 persons) and end-of-stay cleaning. Additional bed linen and towels €17 per person. In low season, electricity will be charged additionally, according to meter reading.
The views that you experience from the windows of this charming holiday gite in Provence are breath-taking. Bargemon is one of the prettiest villages in Provence and it is an excellent spot to explore the region from. This holiday gite in Provence provides comfortable accommodation for a small family or two couples holidaying together. A two minute walk from fresh bread and croissants this is a very special place for a holiday in the South of France.
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|Early season||Sunday, 01 April 2018||Saturday, 30 June 2018||706.00€ Per week|
|Early season||Monday, 01 April 2019||Sunday, 30 June 2019||706.00€ Per week|
|High season||Sunday, 01 July 2018||Sunday, 30 September 2018||830.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Sunday, 01 October 2017||Saturday, 31 March 2018||525.00€ Per week|
|Low season||Monday, 01 October 2018||Sunday, 31 March 2019||540.00€ Per week|
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Bargemon is one of the most beautiful villages in Provence. It is typically French, with lots of charm, a central square with pavement cafes, water fountains, narrow streets, shuttered houses and ancient ramparts to name just a few characteristics. It caters for food lovers through its range of restaurants (depending on the time of year), bakeries, a small well stocked supermarket and a weekly market selling fresh produce and flowers. For those interested in history, there are several churches to visit as well as the ramparts, castle, prison, museum/gallery, small specialist museums as well as several art and sculpture studios and galleries. Activities in the area include: fishing, horse riding, hiking, waterskiing and paragliding. Mountain bikes can be rented at the Tourist Office. The Gorges du Verdon (Grand canyon du Verdon) is 25 kilometres long and up to 700 metres deep. You can drive around its rim, rent kayaks or hike. The limestone walls, which are several hundreds of metres high, attract many rock climbers. Degustations (wine tasting) is available at many vineyards in the area including Bargemon`s own vineyard. Gliding is available at Fayence aerodrome
Bargemon is a charming and picturesque village which retains the original 12th Century gates and fortifications. It abounds in fountains, shaded squares and restaurants where you can sit outside and enjoy the atmosphere. It has a small weekly market and boasts two boulangeries, a small supermarket, a butcher, newsagents, tabac, greengrocers, florists, bank, dentist, doctor`s surgery and a pharmacy. There are many beautiful medieval hilltop villages nearby, each have their own charm, most have a weekly market. Tennis is available in Bargemon and boating at Lac St. Cassien. There are many good walks nearby and for the really energetic a Grande Randonee along the base of the Gorge du Verdon or, for those not so energetic a drive along the spectacular rim of the gorge. Cycles can be hired in Bargemon. Skiing is possible in the Southern Alps, 1hr 30 min away. The coast and beaches are within easy reach, as are St. Tropez, St. Raphael, Cannes and Antibes. There are Cote de Provence wines to sample at Figanieres and perfumes to sample in Grasse. A car is essential to explore this wonderfully unspoilt area of Provence and also enables you to sample Provencal cuisine in the many and varied restaurants.
Coast/Beach45 minutes` drive to the beaches of Frejus and Ste. Maxime. 40 minutes` drive to St.Tropez and 45 to 60 mins to Cannes and Nice.� Close to beautiful lakes in Provence with great swimming opportunities such as. Lac de Castillon, Lac de Sainte-Croix and Lac d`Esparron-Gréoux.
GolfThere are 15 golf courses within an hour`s drive.
SkiingThe nearest ski station is 45 minutes away by car at Greolieres with chairlift and T bar facilities. The locals often arrange day trips by bus during the season. Greolieres is a small, typically French ski station with all the usual amenities. Isola 2000 is 90 minutes away as is Valberg.
Changeover day - weekly Saturday to Saturday. Alternative changeover days upon request. Arrival time: 15:00 hrs. Departure time: 10:00 hrs.
To reach for this holiday gite in Provence, you can fly to the following airports:Nice (70 mins),Marseille (1 hour 20 mins)Toulon (1 hour)
The nearest train station for this holiday gite in Provence is at Les Arcs/Draguignan 20 kms (TGV). You can also catch the TGV from London to Avignon (1 hour) and hire a car at the station.
The booking policies for this Var holiday gite in Provence, France, are as follows:
A deposit of 50% of the total rental value is payable at the time of booking plus a fully refundable (housekeeper will check the apartment as you leave) damages deposit of 400 Euros is also payable at the time of booking. The remaining 50% of total rental value is payable 6 weeks before commencement of rental period. Please note that the house is a non-smoking area.
We had a wonderful stay in Bargemon. The apartment was perfect. It is very comfortable and we loved the kitchen and patio. We really like the area - it really is a beautiful and special place. We hope to visit it again one day. (Yvonne Anggyal - Holland)
Thank you so much for letting us stay in your lovely apartment. We really enjoyed ourselves, and Bargemon was just as beautiful as you said! Although the weather wasn't as good as it is supposed to be at this time of year, we still managed to get some sunshine (so we could sit on the upper terrace and enjoy some sun!) and explore the area as well. Everyone in Bargemon was also very friendly, and the kids had lots of fun practising their French in the bakery! We loved the apartment. The view out of the windows in the main bedroom and from the lounge is It had everything we needed. (Megan Cox - UK)
The terrace is great to sit on for a morning coffee or to have a glass of wine in the evening. The views are also out of this world
Weather was not great - but it didn't spoil our holiday