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A tastefully decorated and well equipped villa on the popular Domaine du Lac private gated residence.
Calm and quiet yet only a short drive from a huge range of holiday activities available locally. .
Shared swimming pool heated between May & end of September, Includes area specifically for small children. 2 lakes with fishes, birds and wildlife.
Villa Romarin contains 3 bedrooms spread across 2 floors with 2 bath/shower rooms and wcs. This configuration makes the villa perfect for extended families travelling with grandparents, grown up children, or groups where a level of independence is required.
All bed linen and towels are included in the price. Beach/swimming towels are also provided.
Open plan living, dining room and well equipped kitchen. An aircon unit is fitted for your comfort even during the sunniest days in the summer months
French windows allow the sunshine to flood the living area and gives access on to a covered terrace with dining table and chairs. A courtyard garden extends around the property with views over the lake and to the countryside beyond.
Domaine du lac is a relaxing summer retreat particularly popular with families and lovers of nature. Yet the residence is only a short drive away from a huge range of holiday activities available locally.
Adjacent to the St Thomas golf and country club with 18 hole course, driving range plus a bar and gourmet restaurant in the clubhouse (all within walking distance)
A 20 minute drive and you have a choice of sandy beaches and the Mediterranean coast. Many beaches gain blue flag awards every year for cleanliness. The beaches gradually shelve allowing safe bathing even for the littlest ones. There is a wide choice of beach resorts nearby including Cap d'Agde, Serignan Plage, Valras Plage and Marseillan Plage. Whether you prefer busy beaches with bars, restaurants and nightlife, family orientated beaches with good facilities or just the peace and quiet of a unspoilt sandy corner in a nature reserve, there is a beach option for you.
For a day trip out why not visit the Cevennes and the Minervois which are only 30minutes away. Stunning scenery, hills and mountains with Cathar village such as Minerve perched astride deep gorges. Also micro climates such as Roquebrun "the little Nice of Languedoc" with its Mediterranean gardens with canoeing and rafting on the river Orb.
For lovers of history there is much to explore with castles and abbeys many synonymous with the Cathars. The medieval walled city of Carcassonne is only an hour away or a little further is Nimes with its Roman amphitheatre which is still used for outside concerts during the summer months
The countryside is awash with vineyards. Langudeoc Roussillon is one of the largest wine producing regions in France. Take advantage of the wonderful choice of visits and tasting opportunities on your doorstep. Labels to look for include Pic Poul (a light white wine to be served with fish and seafood), Rose de Bessan (one of your local roses produced in the nearby village). Appellations include St Chinian, Minervois and Faugueres so have fun finding your favourite.
Beziers is the nearest large town. Beziers has a large tree lined boulevard at its centre with bars and restaurants that spill out on to the streets during the summer months. Regular markets occur on the square (with the Friday flower market being the most popular). Just a short walk away is the magnificent cathedral with incredible views over the surrounding countryside. Beziers contains a range of interesting shops and boutiques, a theatre, museums, parks and art galleries. There are many festivals throughout the year culminating in a grand summer 'feria' that includes music, theatre, street spectacles and bull fighting. The centre of the town is closed every evening for 4 days during August for the festivities.
The delightful waterside village of Agde is only 20 minutes drive away with its beautiful painted village houses, winding streets, fascinating shops, superb restaurants and traditional markets. Buy some of the best fresh fish in the Languedoc from Agde and, if an early riser, it is possible to buy directly from the returning fishing boats.
Nearby is Pezenas which is a thriving centre for artisans and has historic links to Moliere. A selection of delightful shops are dotted amongst the winding medieval streets in the heart of the old town. Included are antiques, local produce, and art galleries. There are also bars and restaurant many with outside tables waiting to tempt you. The Saturday market is a must for anyone who enjoys browsing.
With over 300 days of sunshine per year and some of the best weather available within France,
This villa is managed by locally based English speaking managers who can answer any questions that you have and will ensure that the villa is cleaned and prepared for your stay. They are also contactable by email or phone should you have any questions or concerns.