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Le Catalan,charmingly restored Villa,large Park & Pool on vineyard estate in Languedoc, SWest France

 Catalan Lounge
  • ID: 82
  • Villa
  • Weekly £ 550 - £ 1,790
  • Bedroom(s) 2
  • Sleeps 4
  • Bathroom(s) 1
Average guests rating:      0 / 5 ( 0 Reviews )
Highlights: Swimming pool, Wifi, Vineyards, Wildlife, Fishing, Horse riding, Water sports, Garden with Barbeque, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 2-4

Summary

Le Catalan is situated in Languedoc and with its proximity to restaurants, vineyards, Mediterranean beaches, mountains and wildlife it offers unforgettable experiences. Great for families. Sleeps 2-4.

Description

Overview
Le Catalan is named after the large Catalan fireplace, which dominates the lounge. The colours are reminiscent of the Catalan region with deep reds and yellows used tastefully throughout the villa give a warm and cosy feel. Le Catalan is a charming villa offering flexible, warm and spacious accommodation an ideal option for couples or families.

Downstairs
The lounge (23 x 17ft) is bright and sunny with 2 large windows and has a vaulted ceiling, which is very specific to the region and adding plenty of character to this rustic room. There is a comfortable sofa bed and armchairs to relax in. The Catalan fireplace has a wood burner, ideal for the slightly cooler evenings.

The adjacent kitchen area is over 5 m long and is generously equipped with plenty of storage space in the many cabinets that form this delightfully spacious kitchen.

The dining area with ancient pine table, seats up to 6 people.

The upstairs bathroom is modern and spacious and has a bath with integral shower and glass shower door, WC, sink unit with storage cupboard and a wicker armchair.

There is also a separate toilet downstairs with sink and storage cabinets.


Upstairs
The old wooden staircase leads to 2 charming bedrooms, one double and one twin. Both bedrooms are bright and sunny and offer plenty of storage space with rustic wardrobes throughout. Further, both bedrooms have room for extra cots and beds if required.


Other
Outside is the enclosed garden area which has a garden table, chairs and parasol and a BBQ, ideal for al fresco dining on the long summer evenings.

Extra information
The property dates back to 822 but prior to that there were first Greek and thereafter Roman villas on the site. Since 2006 we have been making fine wines and now holding regular wine tastings for guests.

The estate where the villas are, are set in the midst of vines, the ancient Domaine buildings lie in a 35 acre estate, comprising of 2 acres of wooded parkland, 1 km of riverbank, a bamboo park and natural water gardens and ponds. The natural habitat attracts a wide variety of wildlife, great for bird watching enthusiasts!

For your relaxation there is a large swimming pool (13 x 6 m) with Roman end steps set in 3/4 acre of lawns, mature trees and parkland. It is bordered by a century old 2 metre high wall and a dis-used small canal over which there are panoramic views down to the river.

As the sun begins to set it is a wonderful experience to sit with a glass of wine and watch the swallows. Set in the shady wooded parkland is a children’s play area with swings, a slide, a climbing frame, sand pit and table tennis, a football net and 14 ft trampoline, a great place for children to congregate in the evenings, leaving parents free to do some well earned wine tasting.

You are free to roam the estate and surrounding land, which is ideal for walkers and trekkers who wish to discover the charming local villages; or simply take a leisurely stroll through the surrounding vineyards where there are many secluded areas to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing holiday.

Wildlife is abundant in the parkland and owls have nested here for hundreds of years and are part of the Domaine’s history. Stone statues of eagle owls can be found in the garden, but watch out for the real pair that are currently nesting there and can be frequently heard a little after dusk and at dawn.

A visit to the ancient vaulted wine cellar below the main house is like stepping back in time. The impressive oak barrels for ageing wine are over 12ft high and of a style used in this region for many centuries. You can also visit the Roman well a site that is unique to the estate.

Take a relaxing stroll down to the river past our ancient watermill that was originally a flour mill for the area and later the source of power for the wine presses. The river Boyne is just a stone’s throw further and provides great fishing and some tasty trout have been caught and BBQ’d by some of our guests.

Over an acre of park provides an oasis of tranquillity, with lush green lawns and mature oaks and plantains. Tucked away in the midst is a petite private chapel underneath which lies a magical grotto with its own fresh spring source.

There is also a large fishpond brimming with goldfish and coy carp . Feeding time is a great favourite with the children , and a wonderful way of using up that leftover French bread!

There are plenty of nooks and crannies amongst the walkways in the park where you can sit and read or just relax and unwind, away from it all.

Map

Address: Nizas, France
Post Code (Zip): 34320
Latitude / Longitude: 43.512776 / 3.4074809999999616
Airport Beziers 20 minutes
Beach Meze 22 km
Market Pezenas 6 km
Restaurant Le Cafe du Midi 3 km
Train Station Beziers 23 km

Directions

Fabulous connections via low cost airlines to the following regional airports: Beziers, Montpellier, Perpignan, Nimes, Carcassonne, Toulouse, Marseille & Rodez.

With the newly opened spectacular viaduct in Millau, driving time has been cut by a third on this section, enabling you to reach us in double quick time. We are within 1 km of Jct. 58 on the A75 and 10 kms from Jct 34 on the A9.


Driving Instructions from J34 on the A9. (Approx. 15mins)

This is the turning for Pezenas, Agde and Bessan.
Follow signs for Pezenas on the D13. Do not take any of the exits for Pezenas. The road you are on will change into the A75 and exit at Junction 58 for Paulhan / Addisan. At the roundabout, take the exit for Lezignan-la Cébe, then at the T junction turn right onto the RN 609, drive past Condamine de Bertrand and after approx. 500m there will be a sign for Cazouls-l’-Herault on the left right turn here and then immediately left, follow the road and take the next RIGHT turn up the single track lane to (under a large road bridge) the estate where you will find your villa which is approx. half Km on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan or Lezignan la Cébe you have missed the turning for the estate.


Driving Instructions from Beziers. (Approx. 25mins)

There are two ways of reaching St. Ferreol. One is via the “A9 autoroute” and the other by” route nationale RN9” to Montpellier / Pezenas. Both are about 20kms.
RN9 route Follow GREEN signs for Montpellier / Pezenas and see below for instructions once you arrive at Pezenas****
A9 route Beziers is close to the A9 motorway on Junction 35. This is a toll road and you will need approx Euros € 0.5 or a Visa card. Follow BLUE signs for the A9 Direction Montpellier. This approx 3km from Beziers centre.
When you arrive at the A9 take the direction to Montpellier. Leave the A9 at Junction 34. This is the turning for Pezenas The toll will be approx. Euros €1
****Follow signs for Pezenas. Do not take any of the exits for Pezenas. The road you are on will change into the A75 and exit at Junction 58 for Paulhan / Addisan. . At the roundabout, take the exit for Lezignan-la Cébe, then at the T junction turn right onto the RN 609, drive past Condamine de Bertrand and after approx. 500m there will be a sign for Cazouls-l’-Herault on the left right turn here and then immediately left, follow the road and take the next RIGHT turn single track lane to (under a large road bridge) the estate where you will find your villa which is approx. half Km on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan or Lezignan la Cébe you have missed the turning for the estate.


Driving Instructions from Lodeve / Clermont d’ Herault via A75

Leave the A75 at Junction 58 for Paulhan / Addisan. At the roundabout, take the exit for Pezenas / Lezignan-la Cébe, then at the T junction turn right onto the RN9 / D609, you will drive past Conadamine de Bertrand on your right and after approx. 500m there will be a sign for Cazouls-l’-Herault on your right, turn right here and then left , take the next RIGHT turn up the single track lane to (under a large road bridge) the estate where you will find your villa which is approx. half Km on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan or Lezignan la Cébe you have missed the turning for the estate.


From Montpellier Airport. (Approx. 45mins)

Montpellier airport is very close to the A9 motorway on Junction 29. This is a toll road and you will need approx Euros 2-3€.
When you leave the airport follow signs for the A9 (You will pass a petrol station on your right and then arrive at a large Roundabout. Take the 1st exit signposted in BLUE to the A9. Follow this dual carriageway road for about 2km and you will see large BLUE signs for the A9. DO NOT take the 1st turn off / exit to Nimes etc.
Take the 2nd turn off / exit to BARCELONE.
You will then arrive at the roundabout shown below.
Take the exit A9 BARCELONE WITH A LARGE BLUE SIGN.
DO NOT TAKE THE EXIT FOR Montpellier center
Once on the A9 in the direction of Barcelona, you will arrive at the 1st TOLL point where you must take the ticket and present this at the exit.
Leave the A9 at Junction 33. This is the turning for SETE (Meze). The toll will be approx. Euros 2-3€
Follow signs for Beziers (Meze initially). When you are nearly at Pezenas there are two roundabouts. On the 1st go straight over towards Pezenas and then take the exit for Clermont d' Herault & Lezignan-la Cébe not the A75.
Once you have driven through the village of Lezignan la Cebe look for the sign for Cazouls-de-Herault on the right (approx. 2km) and continue for approx 100m and then turn left and then left again and then right over a piece of rough road, through the vines and then up the single track lane to the estate (under a large road bridge) where you will find your villa which is approx. 500m beyond the new road on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan have missed the turning for the estate.


Driving Instructions from Montpellier Direction

Leave the A9 at Junction 33. This is the turning for SETE (Meze). The toll will be approx. Euros €2-3 from Montpellier.
Follow signs for Beziers (Meze initially). When you are nearly at Pezenas there are two roundabouts. Go across the 1st towards Pezenas and then at the next roundabout take the exit for Clermont d' Herault & the village of Lezignan-la Cébe. DO NOT TAKE THE A75
Once you have driven through the village of Lezignan la Cebe look for the sign for Cazouls-de-Herault on the right (approx. 2km) DRIVE ON APPROX. 100M and then turn left and left again and after approx 50 m turn right through the vines up the single track lane to the estate (under a large road bridge) where you will find your villa which is approx. 500m beyond the new road on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan have missed the turning for the estate.


Driving Instructions from Perpignan Airport. (Approx. 60 mins)

A9 route Perpignan is close to the A9 motorway on Junction 41. This is a toll road and you will need approx Euros € 6 -8. Follow BLUE signs for the A9 Direction Narbonne, Beziers, Montpellier. This will take about 1hr.
When you arrive at the A9 take the direction to Montpellier. Leave the A9 at Junction 34. This is the turning for Pezenas, Agde and Bessan.
Follow signs for Pezenas on the D13. Do not take any of the exits for Pezenas. The road you are on will change into the A75 and exit at Junction 58 for Paulhan / Addisan. At the roundabout, take the exit for Lezignan-la Cébe, then at the T junction turn right onto the RN 609, drive past Condamine de Bertrand and after approx. 500m there will be a sign for Cazouls-l’-Herault on the left right turn here and then immediately left, follow the road and take the next RIGHT turn up the single track lane to the estate (under a large road bridge) where you will find your villa which is approx. 500m beyond the new road on your left surrounded by large pine trees.
If you arrive at Paulhan have missed the turning for the estate

Area description

Le Catalan is located on a 12th Century Vineyard estate in the sunny south-west part of France in the Herault department of the Languedoc region.

Our excellent location between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains means you have a huge variety of activities on your doorstep for all the family, and with over 325 days of sunshine, you can explore the region all year round ! This spectacular location allows you to discover the surrounding region from the Mediterranean beaches around Sete, Agde , Marseillan and Valros to the historic cities of Montpellier, Nimes, Carcassonne and Aigues Mortes.

For lovers of wildlife visit the famous Camargue National Park or Sigean.

If you enjoy golf, horse-riding, tennis, fishing, canoeing or simply soaking up the sun on the glorious Mediterranean beaches, all are within close proximity.
Whatever you like to do on holiday, this is an excellent base from which to explore this beautiful region of Languedoc, the South-West of France and Northern Spain.


Being close to the sea you can find a wealth of mouthwatering fresh fish and shellfish (especially Bouzigues Oysters) or visit the vibrant cafes, bars and open air restaurants of Pezenas playing jazz and live music long into the summer evenings.

We are happy to advise and help with wine selection and frequently organise visits to local vineyards where you can sample some of the most delicious regional reds, whites and roses.On site wine tasting evenings are held weekly in our vaulted cellar, enabling you to sample some of the more interesting and undiscovered wines of this vast Languedoc region.


Wildlife is abundant in the parkland and owls have nested here for hundreds of years and are part of the Domaine’s history. Stone statues of eagle owls can be found in the garden, but watch out for the real pair that are currently nesting there and can be frequently heard a little after dusk and at dawn.

A wonderful location from which to discover the surrounding region from the Mediterranean beaches around Sete, Agde , Marseillan and Valros to the historic cities of Montpellier, Beziers, Nimes, Carcassonne and Aigues Mortes.

If you love Roman forts, cathar castles, mediaeval abbeys and stunning cathedrals, all are within close proximity. Experience the colourful bull running festival at Beziers, the many local summer fetes, open air jazz concerts, enjoy the miles of art galleries and museums and the chic shopping in Montpellier and wonderful Barcelona (just 3 hours away ).

Pezenas is our closest town just 6 km away and is a striking example of magnificent period architecture with its fascinating buildings and ornate doors. Discover the historic town where Moliere came to live in 1650 and presented his plays and enjoy wandering around the ancient streets and see the many local craftsmen and artists painting, blowing glass, potting or making jewellery. For those who love arts &crafts; this is a great place to be inspired!

Golf
There are at least 6 golf courses to choose from in the region, the closest being at St. Thomas set in typically Mediterranean scenery in the still wild garrigue. This golf course has its own particular personality to interest all levels from the beginner to the very experienced, with woods and hills with stretches of water and more classical fairways. At Cap d’Agde you will find a particularly inventive 18 hole course designed by Ronald Fream, one of the world’s greatest golf course designers, offering a colourful landscape accompanied by the exquisite fragrance of rosemary and thyme.

Water sports
Spend your days on the water, sailing at Agde, canoeing in Roquebrun or windsurfing at Lac Salagou. The lake offers a wealth of other water sports and you can find some great instructors to help you learn if you are a beginner. Hire a Canal boat and sail along the picturesque Canal du Midi, or go out on a fishing boat from any of the ports dotted along the coast. There is also fishing on site at the river Boyne at St. Ferreol as well as at nearby Canet plage on the river Herault. Fishing permits do need to be obtained.

Horse Riding
There are local stables dotted around the region offering leisurely rides around the stunning countryside for beginners and riding arenas with jumps for the more experienced. Many will cater for groups or on an individual basis. The closest stables are at Lezignan La Cebe, only 2km from the estate.

Cycling
There are some wonderful cycling paths along the Canal du Midi or amongst the vineyards and local villages, if you have not brought your own, you can hire bicycles in nearby Pezenas by the day.

Especially for Kids
Little people like to have fun ; be amused and entertained, so here are a few places to enjoy especially for you …

The Aquarium at Cap d’Agde
Open 365 a year, discover the Mediterranean and tropical fish and fauna displayed in over 28 tanks – see if you can spot Nemo.

Le Petit Paradis de Vendargues
A magical place where farm animals and children are the same size. Feed the animals, go out on a rowing boat, play games with other children or relax and have a picnic.

La Ferme Zoo – de Cessanon
Just 10 miles from Beziers the animal park is set in 12 acres on a wooded hill. You can stroll along the shady paths and see over 600 animals of a hundred different breeds including domestic and decorative animals. Also enjoy the picnic and play area with swings , slides and climbing frames.

African Reserve in Sigean
From the comfort of your car you can lazily drive through the reserve and meet the bears, rhinos, antilopes, zebras, lions, ostriches, elephants and giraffes or stop by the bay and see the wonderful bird wildlife and the pretty pink flamingoes. Over 3500 animals to be seen. Open all year round, cafeteria, picnic area and kiosks.

Le Musee du Bonbon – Pont des Charrettes, Uzes
Not quite Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory – but Haribo’s wonderful sweet factory ! Discover the vast machines and try to recognize the different flavours of the fruits with which Haribo make its delicious sweets – strawberry, pineapple, banana – see which ones you like best, visit the museum and collect your winnings from the bagging game.

Europark – Vias Plage
One of the largest amusement parks on the Mediterranean coast – more than 80 different attractions, roller coasters, water rides, go karting, bungee trampolining, firework displays in the summer, fast food, pizzerias, ice cream and much, much more..

La Foret d’Acrobates – route de Montagnac
Situated in a pine forest the Foret d’Acrobates will take you on an adventure course. It includes over 30 activities which are within everyone’s capability. From age 8 + you can enjoy, rock climbing, tree climbing, crossing the river on rope bridges or flying across on a harness.

Xtreme Bowling – Cap Floride, Villeneuve le Beziers
Great fun for all – 8 spanking new bowling lanes, billiards, video games, snack bar, giant satellite screen and for beginners – bowling lessons on a Wednesday.

Toon’s Land – Cap d’Agde
Meet all your favourite cartoon characters at Toon’s Land , go on an Indian canoe, bouncy castle, trampolines, visit the Halloween house, dance to disco tunes, water bomb your friends or pedallo round the lake, or have fun in the special children’s pool. Baby room, snack bar, creperie, ice creams, picnic area, souvenir shop and spectacular evening entertainment. Special events on at Easter, Carnival (May ), Mothers Day, the Toon’s Birthday Party ( June ) and Halloween.

Mini Ferme – Alignan du Vent
Come and feed the animals at the farm ( free for children under 2 years ) and enjoy a pony or a donkey ride. Picnic area.

Luna Park – Cap d’Agde
Fabulous amusement park with a wide variety of rides, slides and entertainment. Fireworks, evening spectaculars, fast food eateries, video games and endless amusement from morning till night.

Stone Spirit Adventure Park –La Salvetat sur Agout
Siituated on the edge of Lake La Riviege, 1 km from the mediaeval village of La Salvetat sur Agout – discover the vertical world from the trees. Enjoy mountain biking, canoeing and horse-riding or swimming in the lake as well as 5 different courses in rope climbing from the very easy to the more difficult. Hours of endless fun – as well as enjoyable hard work!

Tennis
Closest courts are in Paulhan, approx. 3 km away.Hiking
There are some spectacular hikes and trails throughout the region from the pine forest of the Montagne Noire to the stunning scenery of the gorges and breathtaking views of historic sites such as St.Guilhem le Desert. The local Mairie produces a booklet of the most interesting hikes and trails which can be purchased for the princely sum of 4 euros!

Markets
France is famous for its colourful markets full of mouth watering goodies and here in the region you can find a different market to go to for every day of the week. A visit to Pezenas market on a Saturday is a must as not only does it have xcellent local produce on offer but also colourful clothing, pottery and ceramics, handmade quilts and oodles more, wander around at you r leisure to the sounds of a local jazz bands or pop in to one of the many local cafes for a café and pastis!

Antiques
For lovers of Antiques and curios, follow the Antique trail of more than 45 Aladdins caves in Pezenas or explore some of the antique Sunday markets in Marseillan and Beziers. The Antiques Dealers Association organise two vast markets every year on the first Sunday of May and the second Sunday of October which attract numerous enthusiasts, including collectors from all over the world. From the Troc shops of Beziers to the junk shops of Emmaus, you can while away the hours until you finally find that precious “objet “you were looking for ! ahh – but how to get it home ??

Wildlife
For lovers of wildlife visit the famous Camargue National Park or Sigean National Wildlife Park, where you can see the local bulls, flamingos, and hundreds of wild animals in a relaxed natural habitat. For some aeronautic entertainment visit the Eagle centre near Carcassonne and watch the eagles and kestrels perform incredible acrobatics. If you feel brave enough you can also handle them.


And more...
Summer fêtes Come in July, August or September and you'll find that sometime, somewhere there's a local town fete. This, basically, is a 3-day party and every village, town and city has at least one a year. During the day there's likely to be a special market with local produce and artisans showing and selling their work. At night however, it really cranks up. Sometimes you can buy a ticket for a meal, sometimes there's a ball, sometimes there are fireworks, sometimes just music. What you can guarantee is that after a warm-up of more traditional French songs, there will be a hugely energetic 10-piece band complete with go-go dancers who will play a non-stop 4 hour set including at least 30 changes of costume and a truly astonishing range of music covering Abba to Black Sabbath. Even more impressive is that the concert is free and attended by all ages. It's very, very good fun.
It is said round here, that in the summer, there are at least 3 concerts you could go to every night. The local tabac has a sort of mini, free Time Out called Olé telling you what's on and where in the Languedoc which could be anything from Julia Migenes singing opera in Beziers to the Rolling Stones at Nimes.

There are hundreds of exhibitions (some big some small), concerts in churches, wine-tastings, spectacles with dancing flamenco horses, local talent shows and boules matches apart from anything else you might just happen to stumble across.Musee-Parc between Meze and Montagnac.

In the heart of the pine forest, discover the different steps of the evolution of man from 30 million years to 5000 years. See the fossils of baby mammouth, prehistoric bison, bears and the saber tooth tiger. Visit a reconstructed Paleolithic 100m2 hut, view the cutting, chopping and hunting tools used by prehistoric man. See the sculptures, art, musical instruments and experience life as it was then …
Demoiselles Caves – near St Guilhem le Desert.

In the heart of the Thaurac mountains, experience the marvelous and strange beauty of the stone formations, see the spectacular stalagmites and stalactites in the Subterranean Cathedral, the giant stones called the Organ Pipes and visit he Fairies Cave, a real wonder of nature.

Canoe Kayak – St Guilhem le Desert
Canoe at leisure down the spectacular Herault Gorges, stunning scenery, gentle rapids and when you need a rest just stop off and swim in the crystal clear water or watch the trout swim by. Great fun for all the family whatever age!

Y.C.M Sailing School – Meze
Whatever level of experience you have you can learn to sail in a boat on a windsurf or catamaran – the choice is yours!

Valras Plage – Beziers
Fun for all on the beach with swings, slides, wooden climbing frames, tyre swings as well as miles of fine white sandy beach and a MCDonalds as a pit stop if appropriate !

Accommodation, Facilities and Services

Property type: Villa

Board: Self Catering

Bedroom(s): 2 ( 4 Sleeps )
  • Cot: 1
  • Double Room: 1
  • Twin Room: 1
Bathroom(s): 1
  • Baths: 1
  • Separate Toilet: 1
  • Showers: 1
  • Wash basins: 2

Suitability

  • Long term rentals: No
  • Pets: No
  • Smoke: No smoking
  • Children: Yes, great for kids
  • Wheelchair: No
  • Eldery or infirm: Not suitable

Holiday type

  • Beach Holidays
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Group
  • Mountain
  • Romantic
  • Rural

Views

  • Countryside
  • Garden
  • River

General facilities

  • Central Heating
  • Electricity
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Table Tennis
  • Terrace
  • Water Supply
  • Welcome Hamper
  • WiFi

Indoor facilities

  • Books
  • CD Player
  • Coffee Maker
  • Cooker
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Films
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • Highchair
  • Hob
  • Iron and Board
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Satellite TV
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Tumble Drier
  • Washing Machine

Outdoor facilities

  • Badminton
  • Barbecue
  • Boule / Pentanque
  • Climbing Frame
  • Football
  • Garden Furniture
  • Swings
  • Trampoline

Services

  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided

Access

Car is essential
  • Private Car Park

Activities

Local activities:

  • Beaches
  • Canoeing
  • Climbing
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Sailing
  • Snorkeling
  • Spa
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Walking
  • Wind Surfing
  • Wine Tasting

Other activities:

  • Ancient Monuments (6 km)
  • Art Gallery (20 km)
  • Badminton (2 minutes)
  • Beaches (23 km)
  • Bird Watching (2 minutes)
  • Boat Trips (23 km)
  • Canoeing (20 km)
  • Cathedrals (20 km)
  • Diving (20 km)
  • Fishing (2 minutes)
  • Flying (8 km)
  • Go Karting (18 km)
  • Golf (20 km)
  • Historic Houses / Chateau (6 km)
  • Horse riding (6 km)
  • Museums (6 km)
  • Nature Reserve (45 km)
  • Sailing (22 km)
  • Snorkling (22 km)
  • Swimming (2 minutes)
  • Tennis (3 km)
  • Theme Parks (23 km)
  • Vineyards (2 minutes)
  • Wind Surfing (15 km)
  • Zoo (45 km)

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Check in: 16:00, Check out: 10:00

The deposit amount is 30% of the total amount due for the rental.

Your preliminary reservation will be held for 7 working days after which time if we do not receive your deposit, we reserve the right to release the accommodation to another client. An invoice showing the balance to be paid will be issued once the deposit is received.

Final payment must be received no later than 90 calendar days before the commencement of the holiday or if your booking is made within this period the full amount due must be paid at this time.

You must bring your own beach towels.

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