Magnificent view of the islands of Porquerolles

Sleeps: 14
Bedrooms: 6
Weekly price guide: €4500-€6700
Pool: Yes
Type: House
Property Ref: HYE1500

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General Description

This impressive house includes its own private marina, a tennis court and numerous coves and a small sandy beach suitable for all children. Totally secure with 2 guards, you can relax and enjoy the breathtaking view of the sea and the islands of Porquerolles. The house has a roof terrace of approx 200m2 perfect for sunbathing beside a swimming pool 17x5 and a summer kitchen (barbecue griddle ) + a large table that can accommodate 12/14 people. It also offers many sun beds and a shady spot under the trees (decorated with a double bed "round"). There is also a terrace outside the house which also offers a magnificent view of the peninsula of Giens.

Accommodation Facilities

Bedrooms: 6 bedrooms -
5 double bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms
1 room with 4 beds for children (2x2 bunk beds)
Normal sleeping capacity is 12 people but thanks to room with bunk beds (for children) it can sleep up to 14 people
Bathrooms: 5 bathrooms
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen
Linen/Cleaning/Towels etc: The linen is provided
Outside: Private swimming pool (17m x 5m)
Summer kitchen with BBQ
Car port
Private marina
Additional notes (if any): Cleaning during the stay on request - 15 euros per hour

Local Area / Activities

The property is in a good distance for all amenities, with them all being a 15 minute walk away from the house, just 3 minutes by car. The Giens peninsula is 6 km long and is attached to the continent by two isthmuses forming a double Tombolo and separating the sea in two. The peninsula is the most Mediterranean part of the Cote d’Azur with its local ports La Madrague, Niel and the Tour Fondue as well as the picturesque village of Giens located at the end of the peninsula. On the east of the peninsula, lies a basin of 27 000 ha facing the Porquerolles Islands, Port Cros and Le Levant. This is a cherished international spot for sailing and water sport competitions and attracts well-known sailors. You can watch the Sailing Tour of France, the pre-Olympic Sailing Competition each year and admire magnificent boats competing during the numerous prestigious regattas. On the west, the Almanarre bay offers a unique spot to Kite-surfers and wind surfers from all over the world. Many champions spend most of their time practising here. Many international events are organised here e.g. Fun Board World Cup, Kite surf World Cup …and a Water sport Fair is organised each year. The sandy beaches are white and when the mistral wind (west wind) blows it creates waves and offers an ideal playground. When the east wind blows the beach is protected from the wind and swimming is ideal.Facing the Islands, the architecture of this medieval town portrays the Provence history. You can enjoy the warm sun in the winding narrow streets and under the palm trees, visit the craft shops, markets, fresh fish shops, flower shops and buy the local olives.There are many cafés, terraces and restaurants, street animations, guided visits all year round. Further to the north the Borrels and Sauvebonne Valleys are environmentally protected areas. Mainly agricultural, you can find local home products, fruit trees, vineyards or flower growers (roses etc). It is ideal for excursions by foot, horse or bicycle.

Price Guide

These prices are a guideline only, please enquire for prices for specific weeks.

Low Season: €4500
High Season: €6700

Contact Information

Key Features

  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court on site
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • BBQ
  • Walk to village
  • Near sea beach


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