South of France Holiday Villa in Cote d'Azur with Beautiful Views and Close to Local Amenities including beach sleeps 10. A magnificent villa on the Cote d'Azur with fenced pool, secluded garden and great views of wooded hills and vines. Only 2km from the centre of a beautiful coastal village and the prettiest beaches on this South of France coastline. 11-18 August now reduced to 3885 Euro per week.
All prices shown in Euros (EUR €)
Click or tap to set your arrival date and again to set departure date, then click 'Request Booking' below.
Move your mouse over the the calendar above for rate information.
South of France Holiday Villa in Cote d'Azur with Beautiful Views and Close to Local Amenities including beach sleeps 10.
Special Offer! 11-18 August now reduced to 3885 Euro per week.
Situated approximately 2km from 13th century Bormes les Mimosas, one of the prettiest coastal villages in France, this lovely villa is perfect in pinks and blues and ideal for a large group of friends or two families planning a holiday near the beach in the South of France.
It is in a totally secluded position (security barrier and alarm) with a large private park planted with mature pines, cypress and olive trees, the property is surrounded by vineyards front and back with truly superb views.
The beautiful swimming pool, surrounded by luxuriously soft artifical grass, is 11m x 5m x 1.10-1.80m and has the added security of being completely enclosed and fenced. Indoor/outdoor living is comfortable and relaxed with numerous terraces and dining areas in both sun and shade.
The villa is within easy reach of the most beautiful beaches of the Provence/Cote d'Azur coastline, the nearest is at 2kms, including the charming Fort de Bregancon, (holiday chateau of the French President) Pellegrin and Estagnol (wonderful for small children) and the famous resort of St Tropez is just 35km down the road.
Sleeps 10 in comfort.
Private cook available.
There is a large open plan kitchen with beautiful hand made tiles, marble worktops and floors, a large chatacterful open archway leads to a hallway and facing large dining area, living room and games area (including champion baby-foot table).
The spacious, airy, beautifully decorated living area has plenty of comfy sofas, occasional tables and areas for rexlaing in, a large fireplace and multiple French doors on to two large terraces overlooking the garden and the swimming pool.
Ground Floor Bedrooms
There are three bedrooms on this level:-
A king double bedroom, (160cm x 190cm) with en suite shower walk-in tiled shower (shower and washbasin) and access to terrace.
A twin bedroom (90cm x 190cm each)
A second double (140cm x 190cm)
All bedrooms have attractive views of the garden.
A separate bathroom with wc, bath, shower and washbasin and a further independent wc.
Laundry room with washing machine, linen, beach and bath towels.
There are two further king double bedrooms (160cm x 190cm) both with en suite shower rooms (shower and washbasin).
2 Large American fridges Ice maker
Double Aga both gas and electric
Coffee machine and a percolator
52" Satellite TV
Internet - Wi-Fi
Table Tennis table
Baby Football Table
Children's games, playhouse, toys
Cot and high chair available on request
Garden furniture - 10 sunloungers, 3 dining tables and seating for 12 Exterior Summer kitchen with cooking facilities and a Barbecue.
Private Cook available on request (extra cost)
The very large grounds, a natural park of 10000 m2, has a wide variety of Mediterranean shrubs and beautiful pine, olive and cypress trees. There are plenty of areas offering cooling shade and there are lovely views of the surrounding vineyards and Olive trees.
The large terrace has plenty of comfy seating and additional dining areas.
The swimming pool, 11m x 5m x (1.10m to 1.8m deep), has Roman steps, is alarmed and surrounded by a man-made lawn - soft to the touch.
The pool is now completely fenced.
Table Tennis Table
Children's games, playhouse, toys
Apprx 2km away the 13th century village of Bormes-les-Mimosas offers narrow streets, romantic squares, vibrant colours, inspirational artisans, restaurants and architecture which make this an easy place to love.
Set above the coast in the hills it is a picturesque clutter of colour-washed houses, covered passageways (cuberts) and vaulted interiors.
The village takes its name from the abundant bright yellow vanilla-scented mimosas that flower throughout the village in early spring. In summer, the village becomes awash with bougainvillea and geraniums. From its high perched position, Bormes offers a festival of colours accompanied by fantastic sea views.
There is a very good market in Bormes on Wednesday mornings. The village has numerous historic chapels and churches and even its own ruined castle, which has breathtaking views across the Levant and Port Cros Islands, the pretty port of La Faviere and of course the bay of Le Lavandou. There is a Museum and Art Gallery which has some worthwhile neo-impressionist and pointillist works and also holds temporary exhibitions.
Bormes-les-Mimosas also considers itself to be a centre of scuba diving and is very near the National Park of Port-Cros which is studded with shipwrecks. In the vicinity plenty of other watersports are available, such as parascending, water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing and sea fishing.
There is 22km of coast, alternating sandy beaches and pretty creeks and coves to explore where the colour of the sea ranges from pale turquoise to a deep cobalt. Among the beaches are the charming Fort of Bregancon, Cabasson, Pellegrin and Estagnol. The coast line around Cabasson is unspoilt and has several forest walks.
Le Lavandou (apprx 4km) is a seaside resort and has fine sandy beaches and chic beach cafes. It has a busy yacht marina with fishing boats still plying their trade; a fish market is held there every morning. The seafront is thriving in summer with stalls along the promenade selling arts and crafts. There are many restaurants and the town is a-buzz well into the night. From the marina are regular ferry crossings to the islands of Porquerolles, Port Cros and Le Levant.
There is an excellent market every Thursday morning. There is also a long sandy beach at La Favière (5km), which is the busy seaside area of Bormes, with marina, diving club and plenty of shops and restaurants. La Favière hosts a mimosa festival in February and has a market Saturday morning and Monday evening in July and August and is very lively for families during the Summer months.
St Tropez apprx 35km
The Porquerolles Islands apprx 20km
Hyères apprx 15km
For information on reaching Languedoc, please refer to our South France Travel Information Guide
Distance from International airports:
Toulon apprx 15kms
Nice apprx 120km
Marseilles apprx 120km
The following facilities are within apprx 2-3kms of the property in the centre of the village - Bormes Les Mimosas:-
Market in Bormes-les-Mimosas, apprx 2km, on Wednesday mornings.
Market in Le Lavandou, apprx 4km, on Thursday mornings.
|From||Until||Rate Type||Weekly Rate||Minimum Stay|
|7th Jul 2018||25th Aug 2018||Peak||€5,563||7 nights|
|25th Aug 2018||1st Sep 2018||High||€3,569||7 nights|
|1st Sep 2018||22nd Jun 2019||Winter||€2,444||7 nights|
|22nd Jun 2019||6th Jul 2019||Middle||€3,344||7 nights|
|6th Jul 2019||24th Aug 2019||Peak||€5,563||7 nights|
|24th Aug 2019||31st Aug 2019||High||€3,569||7 nights|
|31st Aug 2019||31st Dec 2019||Winter||€2,444||7 nights|