This very spacious villa is a perfect setting for a vacation with family and friends, it happily accommodates up to 10 guests. The mature wooded garden of about 1 .6 acres is fenced and offers space for children to play, on the tree-house and swings. The large heated pool and paved seating area with sun beds and table & chairs; is located to the rear of the villa, giving everyone plenty of room to laze and enjoy the outside. To the outside area there is a full shower room with WC. From the garden you can take the stairs direct access to the first floor sun terrace. There are 5 bedrooms all the bedroom are fitted with air conditioning for added comfort. A full bathroom, 2 shower room and WC. A large lounge dining room with an open fire, very well fitted Provençal kitchen, breakfast room and a utility room. A lower covered terrace with comfy sofas. A great location; between Les Arcs-sur-Argens village and large town of Draguignan, making an ideal place base to enjoy Provence.
Les Arcs was a Baronage and in March 1612 Louis XIII decided to confer the title of Marquis to Arnaud de Villeneuve de Bouliers, noble and baron of Arcs. If today Les Arcs is a modern village, pass through the Clock tower gateway and you will discover a medieval environment with its mixture of steep streets and old buildings.
The area between the 'sarrasine' tower (XIth century dungeon) and Paul Simon square, called the 'Parage', is the oldest in the medieval town. (XIth/XIIIth century). Jean HUGUES, the tourist office guide will be happy to bring this period back to life for you.'
Important medieval heritage with the 'Parage' and St Roseline chapel, the St Jean-Baptiste church with its crib and retable dating from 1501 with 16 Bréa compartments , Maison des Vins des Côtes de Provence (wine tasting centre), horse riding, canoeing-kayak, fishing.
Leave your car in the Town Hall square and walk. Just wander round the narrow streets. From the highest points looking over the village roof tops you can see the Maures and the Roquebrune rock.
You'll find the Parage tower, XIth century dungeon, remains of the ancient Arcubus Castrum and the St Pierre chapel from the XIIIth - XVth centuries, with its two naves and side chapels (exhibition spaces in summer).
Located outside of the village on the (D91), nestling at the foot of a hill among the vines of the St Roseline vineyard this classified monument dates from the XIIth century and holds the shrine and relics of St Roseline..
On the initiative of Marguerite Maeght, modern works of art have been added to the altar and cross which date from 1635 and the XIVth century Nativity retable. (A Chagall mosaic, a bronze lectern by Giacometti and stained glass by Ubac and Bazaine)
Next to the chapel we can find the cloister of the Celle-Roubaud abbey (private).
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