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Villa with Private Pool Garden ,WIFI,Pet Friendly

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Villa with Private Pool And Garden,

Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

The Villa is set in a natural environment surrounded by vine yards woodlands and Camargue horses..The Villa has a fully managed 8x4m swimming pool and lawn garden.There are two double bedrooms and one single bedroom with bunk beds and a pull out single bed.,an ideal holiday home for up to 4 adults and 3 children. A family bathroom with bath and shower and two toilets.

Large terrace area with patio table and chairs BBQ sun loungers and a Mosquito defender so you can enjoy evenings on the patio without fear of being bitten. A fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher ,washing machine ,dryer, microwave oven and hob and large American style fridge/freezer. The Villa has internet access ,TV , DVD and CD player. The pool is from 1.2 to 1.6 m in depth and there is an automatic watering system in the garden. In the lounge there is a dining table and 8 chairs...

The Pool is open May to September and is gated from the driveway.There is a 4 seasons cover on the pool from October to May.

Pets are welcome but please contact the owner first.

The Villa is situated I km outside Aigues-Mortes, a phenomenal walled city on the marshes of the Petite Camargue, in the Nimes area of Languedoc-Roussillon. Aigues-Mortes is a completely unique experience, The whole village is encased in thick, medieval walls. Access to Aigues-Mortes is by 10 fortified gates which appear at various points of the perimeter. The walled extremity of Aigues-Mortes is one of the most inspiring sites in the whole of southern France, but it is the remarkably preserved historical treasures of the town that have propelled it onto UNESCO's World Heritage List.

Things to do in Aigues-Mortes, France

Built in the 13th century, Aigues-Mortes looks much like it did then. If you are travelling to find the best example of medieval military defences, look no further than Aigues-Mortes. The 13th century Tour de Constance is a vast tower in the northern corner of the town, offering stunning views out over the marshland that surrounds Aigues-Mortes, all the way to the purple outline of the mountains in the distance. The Cathedrale Saint Sauveur, Place de la Mairie and Palais de l'Archeveche are all well worth investigating from the safety of a house inside Aigues-Mortes. When you first arrive at an Aigues-Mortes holiday rental, the hour long walk around the town walls is an exceptional way to mark your arrival. There is plenty of shopping to be done within the town walls, and the restaurants inside serve some fantastic local dishes, refraining from the allure of international cuisine, instead, staying true to their roots.

The name Aigues-Mortes means 'dead waters', referring to the salt water marshes that surround the town's walls. There is a small marina in Aigues-Mortes, providing locals and visitors with access to the sea, which due to the shifting sands of the delta, is now a couple of miles from the town. As you sail down the Canal du Rhone which cuts through the marshes, you can see an amazing array of birdlife, in particular the eye-catching pink of flamingos. The beach of Le Grau-du-Roi is within easy access of a holiday villa in Aigues-Mortes, with plenty of space, clean, soft sand and clear water. There is even a small, but hugely interesting Seaquarium at the end of the beach.

The Camargue Regional Park is a wonderful park, also listed by UNESCO on the world heritage list due to the unique ecological conditions within the park. Encompassing over 350,000acres of wetland, salt marshes and pastures at the mouth of the Rhone, the park is an excellent place to walk, cycle and ride the beautiful Camargue horses that are bred so beautifully in the area.

Places to stay on holiday in Aigues-Mortes, France

Nimes is home to some of the most impressive Roman monuments in the whole of Europe, and although much of Nimes' appeal lies in the ancient attractions, there is a definite modern appeal too. Nimes is an exuberant and exciting city to visit, with many fantastic restaurants, galleries and bars to enjoy.

Weather in Aigues-Mortes, France

The climate of Provence is sublime. During July and August, temperatures soar, with monthly averages reaching up to 30?C, with daily peaks sometimes reaching the 40?C mark. The rest of the year is magnificently mild, with temperatures remaining at above 15?C on the majority of days throughout the year.

Travel to Aigues-Mortes, France

Montpellier Airport (MPL) is a very small airport, just 15 minutes from the rental property in Aigues-Mortes. There are regular flights from London arriving into Montpellier, provided by easyJet and Ryanair. Slightly further afield, Nimes (FNI), Marseille (MRS) and Carcassonne (CCF) are also well within reach of Aigues-Mortes accommodation, and receive a far greater range of cheap flights.

You will need a car..there is a taxi service..and a train station.

You can walk into town from the Villa..or cycle the route.

We ask all guests to close all shutters and lock doors when they are not in the Villa.The Villa will comfortable sleep up to 4 adults and 3 children..You are welcome to enjoy books and toys ..in the Villa. horses. A 15 minute cycle into the Medieval town of Aigue Mortes which is 3.5 km from the closest beach.There are two double bedrooms and one single bedroom with bunk beds;;and a pull out single bed. an ideal holiday home for up to 4 adults and 3 children. A family bathroom with bath and shower and two toilets.

Large terrace area with patio table and chairs BBQ sun loungers and a Mosquito defender so you can enjoy evenings on the patio without fear of being bitten. A fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher ,washing machine ,dryer, microwave oven and hob and large American style fridge/freezer. The Villa has internet access , UK TV channels , DVD and CD player. The pool is from 1.2 to 1.6 m in depth and there is an automatic watering system in the garden. In the lounge there is a dining table and 8 chairs...

The Villa garden and pool..The Pool is open May to September and is gated from the driveway.There is a 4 seasons cover on the pool from October to May.

Pets are welcome but please contact the owner first.

Pets are not permitted in the pool..

My key holder will arrange to meet you on your arrival.He will be available to you during your stay if you have any concerns.

The garden and pool will be managed during your visit.

The Villa is situated I km outside Aigues-Mortes, a phenomenal walled city on the marshes of the Petite Camargue, in the Nimes area of Languedoc-Roussillon. Taking a holiday rental in Aigues-Mortes is a completely unique experience, . The whole village is encased in thick, medieval walls. Access to Aigues-Mortes is by 10 fortified gates which appear at various points of the perimeter. The walled extremity of Aigues-Mortes is one of the most inspiring sites in the whole of southern France, but it is the remarkably preserved historical treasures of the town that have propelled it onto UNESCO's World Heritage List.

Things to do in Aigues-Mortes, France

Built in the 13th century, Aigues-Mortes looks much like it did then. If you are travelling to find the best example of medieval military defences, look no further than Aigues-Mortes. The 13th century Tour de Constance is a vast tower in the northern corner of the town, offering stunning views out over the marshland that surrounds Aigues-Mortes, all the way to the purple outline of the mountains in the distance. The Cathedrale Saint Sauveur, Place de la Mairie and Palais de l'Archeveche are all well worth investigating from the safety of a house inside Aigues-Mortes. When you first arrive at an Aigues-Mortes holiday rental, the hour long walk around the town walls is an exceptional way to mark your arrival. There is plenty of shopping to be done within the town walls, and the restaurants inside serve some fantastic local dishes, refraining from the allure of international cuisine, instead, staying true to their roots.

The name Aigues-Mortes means 'dead waters', referring to the salt water marshes that surround the town's walls. There is a small marina in Aigues-Mortes, providing locals and visitors with access to the sea, which due to the shifting sands of the delta, is now a couple of miles from the town. As you sail down the Canal du Rhone which cuts through the marshes, you can see an amazing array of birdlife, in particular the eye-catching pink of flamingos. The beach of Le Grau-du-Roi is within easy access of a holiday villa in Aigues-Mortes, with plenty of space, clean, soft sand and clear water. There is even a small, but hugely interesting Seaquarium at the end of the beach.

The Camargue Regional Park is a wonderful park, also listed by UNESCO on the world heritage list due to the unique ecological conditions within the park. Encompassing over 350,000acres of wetland, salt marshes and pastures at the mouth of the Rhone, the park is an excellent place to walk, cycle and ride the beautiful Camargue horses that are bred so beautifully in the area.

Places to stay on holiday in Aigues-Mortes, France

Nimes is home to some of the most impressive Roman monuments in the whole of Europe, and although much of Nimes' appeal lies in the ancient attractions, there is a definite modern appeal too. Nimes is an exuberant and exciting city to visit, with many fantastic restaurants, galleries and bars to enjoy.

Weather in Aigues-Mortes, France

The climate of Provence is sublime. During July and August, temperatures soar, with monthly averages reaching up to 30?C, with daily peaks sometimes reaching the 40?C mark. The rest of the year is magnificently mild, with temperatures remaining at above 15?C on the majority of days throughout the year.

Travel to Aigues-Mortes, France

Montpellier Airport (MPL) is a very small airport, just 15 minutes from the rental property in Aigues-Mortes. There are regular flights from London arriving into Montpellier, provided by easyJet and Ryanair. Slightly further afield, Nimes (FNI), Marseille (MRS) and Carcassonne (CCF) are also well within reach of Aigues-Mortes accommodation, and receive a far greater range of cheap flights.

You will need a car..there is a taxi service..and a train station.

You can walk into town from the Villa..or cycle the route.

We ask all guests to close all shutters and lock doors when they are not in the Villa.The Villa will comfortable sleep up to 4 adults and 3 children..You are welcome to enjoy books and toys ..in the Villa.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Grou de Roi 3 km
Will consider House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Aigues Mortes 1 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Double beds (2), Single beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Languedoc-Roussillon region

Aigues-Mortes is a phenomenal walled city on the marshes of the Petite Camargue, in the Nimes area of Languedoc-Roussillon. The whole village is encased in thick, medieval walls. Access to Aigues-Mortes is by 10 fortified gates which appear at various points of the perimeter. The walled extremity of Aigues-Mortes is one of the most inspiring sites in the whole of southern France.

The town is very child friendly..a great location for families..Great resturants..

Having a Pool is a must during the summer months..

The climate of Provence is sublime. During July and August, temperatures soar, with monthly averages reaching up to 30?C, with daily peaks sometimes reaching the 40?C mark. The rest of the year is magnificently mild, with temperatures remaining at above 15?C on the majority of days throughout the year.t is the remarkably preserved historical treasures of the town that have propelled it onto UNESCO's World Heritage List..

Aigues-Mortes

Built in the 13th century, Aigues-Mortes looks much like it did then. If you are travelling to find the best example of medieval military defences, look no further than Aigues-Mortes. The 13th century Tour de Constance is a vast tower in the northern corner of the town, offering stunning views out over the marshland that surrounds Aigues-Mortes, all the way to the purple outline of the mountains in the distance. The Cathedrale Saint Sauveur, Place de la Mairie and Palais de l'Archeveche are all well worth investigating from the safety of a house inside Aigues-Mortes. When you first arrive at an Aigues-Mortes holiday rental, the hour long walk around the town walls is an exceptional way to mark your arrival. There is plenty of shopping to be done within the town walls, and the restaurants inside serve some fantastic local dishes, refraining from the allure of international cuisine, instead, staying true to their roots.

The name Aigues-Mortes means 'dead waters', referring to the salt water marshes that surround the town's walls. There is a small marina in Aigues-Mortes, providing locals and visitors with access to the sea, which due to the shifting sands of the delta, is now a couple of miles from the town. As you sail down the Canal du Rhone which cuts through the marshes, you can see an amazing array of birdlife, in particular the eye-catching pink of flamingos. The beach of Le Grau-du-Roi is within easy access of a holiday villa in Aigues-Mortes, with plenty of space, clean, soft sand and clear water. There is even a small, but hugely interesting Seaquarium at the end of the beach.

The Camargue Regional Park is a wonderful park, also listed by UNESCO on the world heritage list due to the unique ecological conditions within the park. Encompassing over 350,000acres of wetland, salt marshes and pastures at the mouth of the Rhone, the park is an excellent place to walk, cycle and ride the beautiful Camargue horses that are bred so beautifully in the area.

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26 Aug 2014

4/5

"Good value villa"

This is our 3rd stay at this villa which must say something. It is in a quiet road but within minutes of 4 supermarkets including Lidl and the town of Aigues Mortes. The villa has 3 good size bedrooms, 2 toilets and a bathroom with bath and shower. The kitchen has a very large fridge freezer, new washing machine, new hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher etc. The garden is a good size with a private driveway large enough to take 2 cars and has a wall along 2 sides and fencing on the third side. The swimming pool is in good condition and is big enough to swim up and down or have a family play in it. We have had Twinkle, the cat, staying at the villa on 2 occasions and he is great fun and no bother at all. The satellite tv has been a problem in the past so now we take a laptop and connect it to the tv using wifi to watch UK programmes. There are plenty of books to read and a DVD player and radio. Overall this is good value for the money.

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