|31 / 05 / 2014 - 14 / 06 / 2014||€ 1035|
|14 / 06 / 2014 - 28 / 06 / 2014||€ 2471|
|28 / 06 / 2014 - 30 / 08 / 2014||€ 2471|
|30 / 08 / 2014 - 20 / 09 / 2014||€ 2471|
Security Deposit: € 450.00
95.00 euro end of stay cleaning charge payable to owner on arrival
Linen and towel hire cost payable to owner on arrival
The villa is located on a dead-end street with a mountain view on the edge of the beautiful village of Nissan Lez Enserune. The Canal du Midi runs by the village and there is a tunnel under it called the Tunnel de Malpas. The Oppidum is very nearby and there is a free museum nearby.
It is a 10 minute walk into the centre of the village but you could also use the 4 bicycles provided at the villa.
In the centre of Nissan there are shops, places to buy baguettes and croissants, and restaurants.
Beziers, which is a very large town, is a few miles away, and the beaches are about 10 miles away, at Valras Plage.
There are many places that are easily reachable by foot.
Our region in the Languedoc is rich and varied, which you will really enjoy exploring. You can only really get to know the region after spending some time discovering its countryside, meandering along its paths and beaches and tasting its fine wines. Its Mediterranean coast and mountainous hinterland are bathed in sunshine over 300 days a year and provide wonderful escapades for families or couples, on horseback or on foot, by bike or by canoe.
BEZIERS - An old town dating back 2,700 years, Béziers was an excellent wine-producing town and prospered in the 18C when it became one of the most important wine production, whose rich winegrowers built beautiful residences and châteaux. Magnificent buildings in the Haussmann style sprung up at the same time as the arenas, theatre and the Plateau des Poetes (a stunning English style garden where you can find many species little known in this part of the world). You can also visit the imposing St Nazaire Cathedral which overlooks the river Orb.
THE CANAL DU MIDI - Explore it on rollerblades, on horseback, by bike, by barge or simply on foot. Whichever you choose, it will be an ideal way to discover one of the longest canals in France. A historic feat, the Canal du Midi, an immense and incredible project for its time, connects the Mediterranean sea to the Atlantic Ocean. It spans across 150 miles, weaving its way between Sète and Toulouse where it meets the Garonne river. Its engineer, Pierre Paul Riquet, who was born in Béziers, took almost 20 years to design and build this jewel in the French heritage, now classed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
AGDE & CAP D’AGDE - Agde is one of those towns that has a rich and fascinating history and has existed since Neolithic times. Agde became a tourist town in 1970, when the decision was taken to develop a seaside resort at Cap d’Agde, surrounded by the Mediterranean, volcanos and vineyards. In addition to the town’s historic heritage, Agde is also very well known for its naturist quarter which welcomes around 50,000 people each year.
SÈTE - Sète is a charming town which has the air of a village, and nestles at the foot of Mont St Clair, between the Mediterranean and the Thau lagoon. Sète’s unique feature is that it is located at the mouth of the Canal du Midi. Sète is a traditional town which nurtures its culture and identity. Sète is also renowned for its nautical jousting tournaments inherited from an ancestral tradition as well as for its local speciality, the Tielle (a sort of octopus pie with spicy tomato sauce).
PEZENAS - The architecture and the streets of the village are well worth a detour. A destination particularly appreciated by the British due to its luxurious charm and refined boutiques, Pézenas has a wealth of buildings and hotels in characteristic architecture. The town is also the birthplace of the singer Boby Lapointe and maintains its tradition as a town of street entertainers and artists, with theatricalised guided tours and numerous art galleries and artists’ workshops. The town also has several unusual museums such as the museum of toys and delights of yesteryear, or the door and wrought iron museum.
SALAGOU LAKE - a majestic lake created in 1969 to irrigate the Salagou valley and reduce the rise in water levels in the Hérault river. A breathtaking lake offering a variety of spectacular views, the Salagou lake is the ideal place to take a stroll in harmony with nature or to have a picnic with the family.
MONTPELLIER - No other town than Montpellier, capital of the Haut Languedoc, has experienced such rapid growth in France. A booming town, Montpellier is dynamic, and renowned as much for its heritage as for the great scholars and thinkers who settled here throughout the centuries. There are plenty of attractions on offer for children. Do not forget to visit the Mare Nostrum Aquarium, the Amazonian Greenhouse, the Lunaret Zoological Park or the Galileo Planetarium, which will enchant both the young and old. The Theatre Square (Place de la Comédie), the town’s central hub, is one of the largest pedestrianised areas in Europe. It is also one of the few villages that is home to stringed-instrument makers.
SERIGNAN MUSEUM - This was the first museum of contemporary art in the Hérault. It houses a plethora of graphic art displays in an area of 2,500 m², in which you will find permanent and temporary collections. The works in this place are expressed in various ways, each displayed in turn in the graphic arts exhibition room, video room, experimental display, library room or quite simply in the gallery. The museum is open to the general public and offers guided visits, lectures and workshops for children. email@example.com
THE ST JEAN RANCH - The St Jean Ranch offers a range of equine activities such as excursions, horse-drawn carriage rides, horse rides on the beach or at sunset , and even excursions for experienced riders. You will not be disappointed with your adventure whilst braving the experience.
CANOE AND KAYAK - The canoe and kayak club at the Tarassac windmill (50km/30 miles north of Béziers) offers you the opportunity to explore the Orb valley in an original way. With a choice of several routes, you can opt to be guided along the water by our qualified instructors or instead freely explore the Orb at your own pace by hiring a boat from the club.
DEVÈZE CAVE - An authentic and living French speleology museum, it is often referred to as the glass spinner’s palace. On exiting the entrails of the earth after your one hour visit, the botanical pathway and the chemin des capitelles (path of dry stone huts) await you to prolong your adventure.
SIGEAN AFRICAN NATURE RESERVE - Safari lovers no longer need to travel to the other side of the world. Languedoc-Roussillon offers you the opportunity to observe animals just a stone’s throw away from your holiday location. Unique in Europe, this park is home to almost 4,000 animals which roam free all year round.
BEZIERS TOURIST TRAIN - Visit Béziers on board its tourist train and you will discover the Canal du Midi, the 9 locks, the Plateau des Poètes or the Madeleine Church and the St Nazaire Cathedral. The guided tour is delivered in several languages.
SERIGNAN VINEYARDS - The Sérignan vineyards invite you to join a refreshing tour that will revitalise your taste buds. Established in 1935, this cooperative winery offers you the opportunity to sample its wines in the company of professionals and to discover the art of the region’s quality wines.
BOAT EXCURSION - At Grau d’Agde on board the Millésime, we can offer you guided excursions between the Canal du Midi, Thau lagoon and the Hérault river. You will appreciate sea fishing and the magnificent coastal scenery.
MARE NOSTRUM AQUARIUM - Visit the aquarium in Montpellier where, in a one and a half hour visit through a 1,500 m² trail, you can see over 300 species housed in this underground world. It will certainly not fail to amaze both the old and the young.
BEZIERS ADVENTURE PARK - In this adventure park in the forest, you will find yourself in the open countryside and surrounded by the sensations of the Bourbaki forest in Béziers. There are 10 courses of varying levels, an extreme course and two unique and special zip-wire courses . An adventure for everyone!
The villa is decorated in a Moroccan style both inside and out.
Large living room with dining table, corner sofa, coffee table and flat screen TV with French channels and DVD. Internet - Wifi.
Spacious, attractive kitchen with oven, 5 gas hobs, microwave, large fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Well equipped. Opens onto the terrace and there is an arch leading through to the dining room.
Downstairs there are 3 bedrooms and bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and washbasin with a separate toilet. Two of the bedrooms have double beds and the third has 2 single beds. Both double bedrooms have patio doors leading onto the terrace and one of them has a large dressing room as well.
Upstairs there is a bedroom with double bed and a large terrace balcony with views onto the garden and swimming pool. There is also an open mezzanine with 2 single beds so this floor could be used as a family suite. Fans available.
Bathroom with shower, washbasin, mirrored cabinets and toilet, all fittings are good quality.
There is a large utility room with washing machine, drier, iron and ironing board.
Heating is available if renting in cooler periods.
The pool is 9.5 x 6 metres and has built-in stairs on both sides. It has underwater lighting.
A terrace runs the length of the villa and has several areas for dining or sitting. There is a seating area with a large tiled table, 12 seats, and a large parasol and a BBQ.
Mature garden with lawn area and plenty of garden furniture - a set of lounge seats and 4 sunbeds. Boules is available in the garden.
4 bicycles available for your use.
Pushchair 15€, High chair 15€, Playpen 15.00€, Cot 15€,
Compulsory cleaning service on your departure 95.00€
Bed linen (pp) 9€, towel set (pp) 9€.
Sorry, no pets. Child-friendly.
Cleaning cost on departure - 95 Euros