Les Vignes, sleeps 6. PEZENAS. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, shared pool.
A Pretty French style 3 bed house, sleeps 6, on secure gated complex, in one of the prettiest historic towns (Pezenas), 2 bath/shower rooms, full kitchen, lounge/diner, central heating, gardens and terraces, shared residents only pool open mid May to end Sept, Pezenas town centre 10 mins walk, 1 min drive, beach 20 mins drive.
Kitchen - washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, hob, full size oven, microwave, (in garage — extra large fridge/freezer, drinks fridge), tumble dryer.
Living room - table and chairs for 6/8, two leather sofas, 32” HD Samsung Flat screen TV, UK Freesat, DVD, HiFi, input for iPod, ceiling fan, French doors to rear terrace and garden. 8MB wireless broadband now installed.
Bed 1 - double bed, storage, desk/dressing table, fan, TV, French doors to balcony, views over Pezenas town and shared private pool. Bed 2 - double bed, TV/DVD. Bed 3 - two 3ft single beds.
Things to do: Residents only swimming pool, open 15 May to 30 Sept, 9am to 9pm. Rochlonge beach (near Cap D’Agde). Few beach shops, beach bars and snack places beach 20-25 minutes away. Pezenas is a rich historic town with loads of character. Good Saturday market, lots of restaurants, traditional bakeries, cafes and wine from £1 a bottle.
Markets. Pezenas – Saturday market from 9am to 4pm. Bessan – Sunday market, morning only, very useful if you arrived late on Saturday. Pezenas. Walk around, check out the “historic” part. See later guide and walk. Late night opening in summer, Thursday. Very pretty in “historic” part. Tennis – locally in town. Horse riding. Mountain biking – lot of places to go.
Cap D’Agde – not very French, but lots to do ..(see map/leaflet). Shops and restaurants for anytime or evening, Water Park, Luna Park, Aquarium, Dino Land, (see leaflets for details). Valras Plage. Beach, shops and restaurants. Bit like Cap D’Agde but smaller.
More things to do: Aigues Mortes. About one hours drive, worth a visit, very pretty historic town, take a long lunch and enjoy. You can go up the big tower and walk around the ramparts, Adults about 10 Euros, children free I think. Little train ride takes 20 mins, about 13 Euros.
Various boat trips take 2-3 hours, quite relaxing.
Carcasonne. Very busy on peak season (July & August), go early or go non-peak. Very beautiful town, looks like Disney’s castle. There is a car park near main entrance. Lots of shops and many restaurants.
Canal du Midi. Drive around the villages and towns, very French and picturesque.
Very pretty French drives around local area (colour map in masion), some small roads, some amazing views and off the beaten track.
Lac de Salagou – big inland lake, fresh water, pedalows, windsurfing, sailing, etc. Take picnic, can be windy, no beach to play on, just a pebbly shoreline.
Spain is near.: Port Aventura – (owned by Universal Studios) big theme park south of Barcelona. Long day or stay over night at a Campanile.
Barcelona – need I say more, all the Gaudi stuff, the “Ramblers” shopping area, great shops, less than 3 hours