Super luxury Marseillan holiday properties for 2-4 persons.
Stylish, architect-designed and converted from an old Marseillan wine warehouse. You will enjoy 2 bedrooms (double and twin) plus large, sunny, south-facing terrace for dining/sunning, overlooking Marseillan old port, sea and boat marina. Ideal for a couple or family. Email the owner via enquiries (left) to get availability or check the availability page.
Luxuries include a large terrace on the south facing side overlooking the Port Rive Gauche, air-conditioning and bathroom with bath and shower over.
Watch the world strolling along the waterside, see the yachts and barges come and go or take a couple of minutes stroll to the many port cafes, restaurants and bars on the portside. Once back home its lovely to watch the evening light fall over Marseillan's pretty marina. The views across the waterside constantly stun.
With spacious living areas for relaxing by the TV there is also dining and kitchen areas. If you want a large bathroom with relaxing bath and shower over that is available! As the whole building is newly built everything within is in good condition e.g. fridge with freezer, cooker with hob and washing machine. All properties include air-conditioning and lift. Location is by the waterfront and next to the Port Rive Gauches apartments.
Most people find relaxing in the property or sitting outside on the sunny terrace a lovely way to relax and spend some time. Of course if you are keen to get out and about there are lovely places to wander to in Marseillan and further afield you will find villages on the beach, canals, gorges, mountain, rivers etc.to visit
A few minutes walk away from the port is Marseillan's local park, tennis courts and a new selection of stylish but simple restaurants serving smoked moules, oysters and wine. By the park there is a water sports area where you can paddle board, kayak or learn to wind surf! Also if travelling with small children there is a lovely park and BBQ s for all to use.
Marseillan is a ‘hidden gem’ with very pretty port and is a stopping point for those travelling along the Canal du Midi on holiday. Steeped in history Marseillan is possibly the oldest village in France. The area was originally settled by the Greeks more than 2500 years ago and was a very active Roman commercial centre.
With an old village it is still relatively unknown but once you know about it beware as you will want to keep coming back! There are about 15-20 places to eat, shops selling everything you need - boulangeries, pharmacies, greengrocers, fish, meat and everyday essentials (all within a short walk).
Travel a little further afield and you can visit the old port of Sete, historical Pezenas, Carcassonne, Aigues Mortes, Uzes, Montpellier, riverside villages, mountains, gorges and other waterside villages such as Bouzigues aptly named for a bouzy, fishy lunch.
Getting to Marseillan is easy by plane as there are 4 airports within easy car-hire driving distance. From the UK there are flights from Luton, Stansted, Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Liverpool, East Midlands and more. Flights also available from quite a few European locations.
Beziers (20 mins drive). Close enough to get on a bus or in a taxi if you don't want to drive.
Montpellier (50 mins drive).
Nimes (60 minutes drive).
Carcassonne (about 75 mins drive).
UK flights via Ryanair and Easyjet are from Luton, Liverpool, Stansted, Manchester, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh and more (depending on time of year).
Also you can get a train from London. Many people from the UK drive - it takes around 10 hours. Changeovers normally on Friday/Saturday but we will try and accommodate different days if possible.
The properties are also available via Trip Advisor and Owners Direct if you prefer to book via one of these sites please email me email@example.com for links. These websites do charge a large booking fee on top of my rental so if price is important better to deal with me directly.
Check for availability by clicking on the Availability button of the left hand panel and to enquire or ask a question click the the Enquiry button on the left also.