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Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Car not necessary

The Beach House is a small but comfortable self-catering house (30m2) just 30m from the beach.

Living room with fully equipped open-plan kitchen with breakfast bar, large fridge/freezer, 2 hobs, combi microwave, coffee machine, kettle.

The bathroom has a shower, hand wash basin and WC.

One bedroom with a double bed and a low ceilinged mezzanine with two single beds.

There is free WiFi reception on the terrace and weak Wifi reception in the house.

Outside is a walled south-facing terrace (12m2) with garden furniture. One sunlounger. Electric grill which can be taken out onto the terrace and used with the exterior plug.

Shops and restaurants at 500m.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Access Car not necessary
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture
Access Parking
Further details outdoors

Walled south-facing terrace (12m2) with patio furniture and electric BBQ.

Beach 30m.

Private parking space.

The Languedoc-Roussillon region

The beach house is situated just next to the sandy beach of St Pierre-la-Mer, a small but lively resort famous locally for its huge market and its endless beaches.

Situated on the foot of the La Clape mountain range, it borders the marshlands and salt lakes of the nature reserve formed by the estuary of the river Aude.

There are a couple of restaurants just a few minutes walk from the beach house and plenty more available in the centre of the village about 15 minutes walk away.

St Pierre sur Mer is a lively little village and has lots of restaurants, bars, shops and bakeries for fresh croissants. At night time you can practise your moves in the Charly barr or in Le Taka night club.

The resort also has plenty of water sports on offer to keep you occupied as conditions are perfect for kitesurfing, windsurfing and sailing and there is not only the sea to play on but also a saltwater lake.

Windsurfing is a breeze in a shallow safe lake with qualified instruction. Take advantage of "fast track" teaching methods to make the most of the region's stronger winds, from Tramontane to Vent d'Espagne.

Sailing - Catamarans or optimists are the perfect way to discover the Mediterranean Sea. For children the optimist dinghies are easy to master on the small lake "Etang de Pissevaches".

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Cultural and historic sites:

The city of Narbonne is famous for its 13th century cathedral right in the heart of the old town. Remains of an earlier period can be found literally on the streets in Narbonne; the old Roman road from Rome to Spain crosses the heart of the old town.

Carcassonne, situated 45km inland is a fully restored Middle Age city with high ramparts and 52 towers. The medieval castle (La Cite) is definitely worth a visit and the many shops and restaurants make it a day well spent.

At the foot of the Pyrenees you can find the many remains of the impressive Cathar castles, built high on hilltops to protect the Cathars from the Catholic Churchs wishes.

The Canal du Midi was made to connect the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea. Today, the canal with its many bridges and hydraulic works is on UNESCOs list of World Heritage, for us to see or sail.

Nimes Pont du Gard (150 km), Andorra (200 km) and Barcelona (325 km).

Culinary visits:

Narbonne is surrounded by famous wine regions as Corbieres, Minervois, Fitou and La Clape. Try the region�s powerful reds and roses at one of the local vineyards.

If you like olives, visit the cave cooperative Oulibo in Bize-Minervois and learn how olive oil is made, taste the different varieties of green and black olives and try the related products such as soap.

Animal life:

The regions many lakes are host to pink flamingos and pelicans, you can spot them and other rare birds on a daily basis.

For more exotic wildlife there is the Reserve Africain in Sigean.

For the kids:

Aqualand in Cap d'Agde

Adventure and high rope parks in Gruissan and Leucate

Kids entertainment program provided by the Animation team of St.Pierre, open to all.

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Juliana Forte (Property Manager South France Holiday Villas Ltd)

  • 3 Years listed

Based in United Kingdom

Languages spoken
  • English
  • French

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Credit cards accepted

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