Near the beach in Sète, cute villa with terrace facing the sea
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- Maximum guests
Full property description
Enjoy a fuss-free beach break with all the comforts of home in this recently renovated, 45 sqm villa. With an ultra-modern, fully equipped kitchen sporting amenities including hobs, an oven, a microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, the villa also has a fan for those hot summer days.
Its two bedrooms each have a double bed, the sofa bed in the lounge offers additional sleeping for two and a baby cot as well as a high chair are available for free.
The advantage of this villa is its special position only 1 minute away from the beach, the perfect opportunity to make the most of the Mediterranean Sea. No need to take the car when you go for a swim; you’ll be in the water in just a few minutes!
There’s also a furnished terrace for you to enjoy the great weather with an aperitif before tucking into delicious meals cooked up on the traditional barbecue. Stretch out on the sun-lounger for a doze - a moment of pure relaxation awaits!
A car is not necessary but a convenient, private car parking space is available for free. Cleaning, linen, towel and air conditional are not included in the total rent but can be available as a supplement price with the owner if needed.
The villa is situated at Frontignan, 7 km from Sète. The perfect position of the villa means that you will be able to take a swim any time of the day. There are also all sorts of watersports on offer, such as diving, water skiing and sailing. You might even get a bite on your fishing line! There’s nothing better than a hike or bike ride for exploring the region – you’ll be enchanted by the exceptional panoramas that the Mediterranean coastline offers. Golfers can be kept busy at the course of La Grande Motte nearby.
Languedoc-Roussillon is a region in the south of France famous for its permanent sunshine, fine sandy beaches and protected nature. Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Frontignan is part of the typical sea-side towns of the region, with three ports: a marina, a fishing port and a mussel farm. However, the town is also known for its great wine cellars that you are able to visit, especially to sample the Muscat de Frontignan vintage wines. Don’t forget to visit the church of the Conversion de Saint Paul, constructed in the XIIth century, and the chapel of Penitents that houses the town museum; both are classified as historic monuments.
- Parking - private
- Washing machine
- High-speed Internet
- Coffee maker
- Kitchen utensils provided
- BBQ Grill
- Separate WC
- Smoking allowed outside
- Water sports
- Mountain biking
- Horseback riding