|Minimum Stay||6 - 7 nights|
This beautiful villa you can bring the family for generations. Breakfast on the outdoor patio at the beach when one goes down in 3 minutes, the village within walking distance (hey it up a bit, eh?), Outdoor market fresh produce, fresh bread Filiguedu, the meat of the best butcher in the area ... have lunch on the large table in the living room, inside the house to protect the peak heat 13h, then after a nap, bowling, table tennis and hot tub allow you to enjoy unique moments and relaxation in the sea, long massages to spread the cream to tan, children having fun in the waves ... before sitting down to eat on the terrace overlooking the sea ...
For those who know the Rayol, it is one of the only places preserved by the real estate bidding!
The barbecue in the open patio will perpetuate your conversations until late ...
double living room and terrace with sea views welcome your tarot parties or poker while enjoying a little icy pink.
It was one of the best choices of my life for a summer holiday! The little village is more than lovely, not overcrowded, silent in the evenings but full of life during the day. The house is very close to the sea with a very agreable atmosphere of the old days, yet fully equiped with modern gaz stove and oven.
One draw back though, you need a car to get around, Saint Tropez is 15km away...
I didn't know the Rayol before i came, friends of mine told me it was a charming little village, not too full of yuppies ;)
my family and i appreciated the fact the sea is a 100 meters from the house therefore a car is not needed to get there.
There's a nice terrasse with a seaview where to sip some rosé in the evening, while the kids can watch tv in a room next to us.
My husband was able to let his cro-magnon spirit out in front of the barbecue, which he did almost everyday.
All in all, a loving week... and i think i got pregnant! ;)
At 100 meters from the sea, 2 steps from the village of Rayol, about ten km from Saint-Tropez, 5 km from Cavalaire, Rayol is and will become more and more the attention of people wishing center to live in one of the last green spots not too built, the French Riviera.
Some filmmakers have understood, a film about the last months of life Renoir was filmed in 2011, they they needed a 'look' of the late 19th and no other place of the coast could not compete!
Bordered by the forest of the Moors, the area of Rayol (exotic garden can be visited all year) and the sea, the phrase we hear people coming for the first time: 'This is paradise here!'
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£302|
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