Fontvieille - Holiday rental - from 310€ €
In a Provencal setting, this gite adjoins 3 other gites in a building near the owners' house. Walk around the hill to discover Alphonse Daudet's mill and the Roman aqueduct at Barbegal or continue to the village of Fontvieille. Ground floor: kitchen/living room, Wi-Fi and TV/TNT. Upper floor: 1 bedroom with a double and a single bed. Shower. WC. Electric heating. Private terrace with garden furniture, shared shaded enclosed park (6000 m²), swing set, basket, boules game and football area, parking, shared garage. reversible air conditioning. Enclosed swimming pool (6x14m) open from 9 to 7pm and from 01/04 to 01/10.
- Pets allowed
- Swimming pool
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Fontvieille
- 04 90 54 70 25
- 06 23 73 44 59
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