La Maison Occitane

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  • Pool Area, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
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  • Bedroom 1, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • Rear facade, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes
    Heated plunge pool with swim against current feature
  • Living Room, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • View From Villa, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
    Swim some lengths in the heated pool
  • Kitchen, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • Surrounding Area 4, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
    Aigues Mortes
  • Kitchen 2, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • The Marina at Aigues Mortes, La Maison Occitane
  • Bedroom 2, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • Bathroom 1, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
  • Surrounding Area, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
    Aigues Mortes
  • Surrounding Area 2, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
    Aigues Mortes
  • Surrounding Area 3, La Maison Occitane, Aigues Mortes, Provence.
    Aigues Mortes
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You will love

  • the spectacular views of the Camargue
  • Walking distance from Aigues Mortes
  • Sandy beaches nearby
  • The Salt water plunge pool

Your chosen dates

  • arrival
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  • Length
    Weeks
  • Town/Village
  • Aigues Mortes less than 1.5 km
  • Montpellier 27 km
  • Arles 50 km
  • Nimes 55 km
  • Sete 53 km
  • Airport
  • Marseilles 90 km
  • Shop/Restaurant
  • Aigues Mortes less than 1.5 km
  • Beach
  • Waterfront location within Marina
  • Beach 5 km
  • Activity
  • Tennis 1.5 km
  • Boat hire and canal trips local
  • Attractions
  • Port Camargue (largest marina in Europe) 9.5 km for extensive boat trips

Mediterranean cottage on marina – This charming Marina cottage stands on the Port du Roy Marina at Aigues Mortes, a lively, historic walled town on the border between the Languedoc and Provence. La Maison Occitane is part of a new development within the Marina; a modern take on a traditional fisherman's cottage. On the terrace, you can enjoy an invigorating swim in the heated salt water exercise pool or dine alfresco whilst watching the yachts pass along the canal. The cottage is in a superb location; close to Aigues Mortes, you can stroll to the local shops and restaurants or if you are feeling adventurous hire a boat and explore the canal system. The canal paths provide excellent car-free trekking and cycling routes. There are many sandy beaches nearby, enclosed with pristine forests and sand dunes, where you can enjoy water sports, take a long walk along or just relax with a good book. You may decide to explore the amazing Camargue countryside to see its famous white horses, black bulls and pink flamingoes, or sample the delicious local food and superb variety of wines in one of the many beautiful villages and marinas scattered throughout this region. Neighbouring Languedoc, once called Occitane, offers some of the best sandy beaches in France, in particular those around Sete, just 50 minutes away. The amphitheatre and archaeological collections in Nimes will delight history-lovers, not to mention the history on your doorstep - Aigues Mortes was the departure point for the Crusades!

Ground floor:
Open plan room which has the kitchen, living room and dining area. kitchen
(no oven - microwave & hob only)
Living room and dining area
(TV, DVD/CD), French door to terrace (partly paved, partly decked) and plunge pool, views over marina and canal, gate to mooring deck.
Cloakroom, WC.

First floor:
Double bedroom
(1.60m), air conditioning, views over marina.
Separate bathroom, separate WC.
Twin bedroom (2 x 90cm)

Grounds:
Grounds enclosed within the marina complex, heated 3m x 2m salt water plunge pool on small decked terrace (depth: 1.30m, ladder, counter current feature). Charcoal built-in BBQ, outdoor dining facilities. No lawn. Private garage and reserved on site parking within gated complex. 

Included: WiFi, air conditioning in main bedroom. Pool heating (April-October). Extra: telephone, winter heating at €150 per week, airport collection from Montpellier, maid service.    

“ This is really a very special place historically and full of interesting regional activities. La Maison Occitane is just a short walk from the amazing ancient walled city of Aigues Mortes, full of restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. Try Les Arcades near Place Saint Louis for local creative cuisine.  Le Café de Bouzigues on rue Pasteur is very barocque and colourful and try Chez Papy Moise, if seafood and oysters are your thing. ”

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  • A good holiday

    Mr Rigg

    The holiday property was just what we needed and the local caretaker could not have been more helpful. We had a good time.

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