Villa St Clair (H65)
Enjoy the real South of France in style at this modern chic and spacious villa overlooking the beach very close to the colourful town of Sete.
The property has four huge modern bedrooms with beautiful soft furnishings and ensuite bathrooms, a spectacular glass walled swimming pool and wonderful outside dining and lounge areas for relaxing. There is air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, satellite television and state of the art sound systems throughout the property and many huge windows to enjoy the amazing garden views and sea beyond. The Children's Games Room, Home Cinema and Sauna are a great plus.
A champagne reception awaits you, with fresh bread, pastries and papers being delivered on a daily basis. The Villa Manager will organise local activities and ensure you get the best service during your stay. Staff accommodation is available downstairs should you require it.
This property has 4 bedrooms and sleeps 8 people
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This property has 5 bathrooms
|Kitchen||MicrowaveClothes DryerOvenWashing MachineIron & BoardRefrigeratorCoffee MakerDish WasherCooking UtensilsToaster|
|Entertainment||TelevisionDVDSatellite Or CableCdRadio|
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$1,143 per Night
*** Default rates are subject to change. Please confirm the rates prior to booking.
Property Availability (Next 12 Months)
Please contact the owner directly to confirm availability for your travel dates.
Location Type: Beach
Water sports galore locally including:-
Jet ski-ing, wakeboarding, diving, sailing and para-gliding locally
Windsurfing - 10 km
Etang du Thau (Lake) - 10km
Golf, horseriding, tennis courts, Aqualand all available at Cap d'Agde - 20km
Bikes are available at the villa, with any additional bikes required being available to hire in nearby Sete
River with canoeing - 50kms
Glass Bottom Boat Excursion from the quayside in Sete.
Bustling Sete, just 5 minutes drive from the villa, is full of Italian style pastel coloured buildingsand is known as the Venice of Languedoc , however, it retains it's roots with a traditional working fishing fleet.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Canal du Midi runs through the town, along with many other waterways and canals. Particularly fascinating and fun is the boat jousting that dates back to 1666, which can be seen in all its flamboyance on August 25 (St Louis' Day).
It is also the birthplace of famous french musician George Brassens poet Paul Valery - both of whom have museums dedicated to them.
Opera-Comedie in Sete has numerous theatre performances, operas & concerts through the year and Le Theatre de la Mer (small stone amphitheatre) overlooking the sea has a summer schedule of live musical events.
Mont St-Clair in Sete has fantastic views ranging from the Pyrenees to the Alps on a clear day.
Balaruc-les-bains, is a thermal spa town with sea-water therapies nearby (9km / 15 minutes)
The Etang du Thau is just behind Sete and is home to the region's oyster beds and many small towns such as Bouzigues (17km / 20 minutes) where you will find lots of seafood restaurants overlooking the water and Meze (20km / 25 minutes)
Marseillan - miles of family friendly sandy beaches and a charming fishing port with lots of seafood restaurants and \'Le Port\' owned by the famous Pourcel chefs. Also home to the french aperetif Noilly Prat with interesting guided tours and tastings (22km / 30 minutes)
Pezenas is a town full of stunning architecture and ironwork, and small boutiques in its cobbled streets house many local artisans during the summer months. Birthplace of Moliere. (40km / 40 minutes)
Montpellier is a lively university town with a wonderful mix of old and new architecture and great shopping and alfresco centre with a terrific atmosphere (35km / 30 minutes)
Cap d'Agde is a magnet for sun lovers - particularly naturists - creating one of the largest naturist resorts in the world. The Cap also boasts 8 marinas, as well as a museum for underwater archaeology - and a water fun world called Aqualand catering for the young at heart (25km / 30 minutes)
St-Guilhem-le-Desert is a huge and superb 11th-12th century Roman church and is one of the prettiest villages in France (60km / 1 hour)
The Grotte des Desmoiselles cave is one of the most magnificent caves in the area (75km / 1hour 15 minutes)