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Beach Villa right beside the Mediterranean Sea. Shared swimming pool on complex. Within walking distance to shops and restaurants. Beautiful nature reserve, clean beach and plenty of activities. Very family centred type holiday with activities on the beach for families. There are daily markets in Portiragnes plage through the summer. Portiragnes Plage is a family oriented, low rise village on the coast.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
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Please contact the owner.
Notes on prices:
Prices are for the property per week in Euros.
Beach walking <2 minutes away. Beautiful sandy beach with gently shelving cove suitable for family bathing. Blue flag beach at Portiragnes Plage for past 10 years with toilets and showers. Supervised by lifeguards during the high season. Small beach bars/ restaurants for having lunch or dinner by the sea or a beer as a sun downer on the way home from the beach. Hiring of boats etc available on the beach itself.
Car hire or use of a car is recommended. Nearest Airport Bezier/Cap D'agde. Ryanair fly to Beziers from Bristol. They also fly to Montpelier which is 50mins away or Carcasonne which is one hour by car. Perpignan would also be one hour by car. It is also possible to go by train from these Towns and take a taxi to Portiranges Plage.
Beziers < 15 mins (Ryanair from Bristol, Stansted).
Montpellier < 45 mins.
Carcassonne < 1 hour.
Perpignan < 1 hour.
Nimes < 90 mins.
Toulouse, Marseille, Girona(Spain) < 2 hours.
Calais (approx 850km).
Car hire available at all airports and is advisable. Train or bus from airports to Beziers with transfer to Portiragnes Plage (approx 15km) by local bus or taxi.
Lots of beautiful restaurants within walking distance of the property. There are also lots of local shops, markets, supermarkets and cash machines.
The village of Portiragnes itself is located 2km inland from the villa/beach and is a typical French village with great boulangeries (bakers) for fresh baguettes, butchers, a post office, a cash point machine, a sports hall (organised activities in the summer), a church and 2 or 3 restaurants.
There is a tourist office next to the town hall and a little supermarket (Coccinelle) just beyond the church, on a side road.
We must mention the wine co-operative (La Campestre) located beyond the village sports hall where you can support the local wine growers and producers and purchase some very palatable wines (the Sauvignon and Vigneron are especially good).
You can also buy some vino for less than E1.50 per litre here!The old Mediterranean town of Bezier is the nearest major town. It has a magnificent cathedral, the old bull ring (still staging bullfights if that’s your thing), a beautiful flower market on Fridays and the very popular Annual Ferria in August. The ‘Nine Locks at Fonseranne’ (Neuf Ecluse a Fonseranne) on the Canal du Midi, is on the west side of Beziers and is an engineering marvel. It consists of a series of locks over a relatively short distance taking the Canal and its boats up a steep hill - it is world-renowned and well worth a visit.
Pezenas is another picturesque town with cobbled streets and ancient buildings just outside Beziers and to the North-East. A relaxing stroll through its narrow cobbled streets, which are filled with traditional arts and crafts, painting and sculptures, is recommended.
Agde/Cap d’Agde/Sete: These towns are a short (30-45 min drive) away and are well worth a visit. Cap d’Agde has Aqualand (a water theme park with several hair raising rides) and can easily occupy a whole day.
Toonsland is a great little amusement park for the under 9s.