Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday villa in Callian - La Negronne du Haut
Villa on large flat grounds with private pool sleeps 8-10
Situated near the medieval village of Callian with a stunning view of the village is this spacious and very charming villa. The property is at easy driving distance to local shops and various restaurants.
It has wooded land of 8900m2 and the house is surrounded by beautiful old pine trees which leaves you in peace and with lots of privacy. There is ample space for parking and the land invites children to play games on the large flat landscape.
There is a lovely pool and pool house with an outdoor kitchen, several terraces and a boule court.
The house is perfect for a large family or two families traveling together.
Activities : In the area we have great opportunities for mountain hiking and biking. We have Europe's largest gliding airfield. There are several places you can do horseback riding. All the villages have public tennis courts. The lake Lac St. Cassian offers rentals of paddleboats, canoes, rowing and fishing.
North of Callian in the Gorge du Verdon they offer white water rafting.
The coast is only 20-30 min drive away where you have both public and private beaches where you find rental places for windsurfers.
golf : This is an ideal area for golfing. You can reach many golf courses within one-hour drive. The nearest golf courses are the two new courses at the Terre Blance only 10 minutes drive from the house. These golf courses are worth a visit. From the course you have fantastic views toward the villages and in the background the mountains. The domain de Terre Blance includes a Four Season Resort Hotel and you might even want to visit their magnificent restaurant La Faventia which was rewarded a Michelen star last year. Within another half hours drive you can reach the golf courses of St. Endreol in Le Muy, Grasse, Royal Mougins, The old course in Mandileu. This is really heaven for golfers
Places to visit: There are many interesting places to visit in the area and nearby. The local perched villages are all worth a visit.
Many offer a typical market several times a week.
Visit the local farmers market for fresh vegetables and fruit. Taste the local olive oil.
The wine yards are not far away and it is easy to make a daytrip to visit some good wineries and taste the good local wine. Provence is especially known for its Rosé and if you haven't tried it you should during the hot summer it is fantastic.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome