Stylish 2 bedroomed apartment with amazing sea views and a sun-filled terrace
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About Mary Evers
I'm Irish born and have travelled all my life, living mainly in the hot Middlle Eastern countries. My love of the sun took me to the South of France and driving around the Languedoc region we happened upon Marseillan, and fell in love.
Mary Evers purchased this Apartment in 2008
Why Mary Evers chose Marseillan
Location, location, location
What makes this Apartment unique
Beautiful views, colourful sunrises and endless people watching, or in this case boat watching. There's nothing more relaxing than whiling away the hours enjoying the different sailboats going by, the fishermen bringing their catch home, the kite-surfers tumbling and turning and the general traffic on the water. We're keen sports people and proximity to the varied water-sports and multiple cycling opportunities make it a brilliant holiday destination.
Check-in: 3:30 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Short break in Marseillan
Beautiful appartment in Marseillan overlooking etang du Thau.
Perfect base...clean & cool!
We had a fantastic time staying in this beautiful apartment in the beautiful town of Marseillan. The apartment was spotless fully equipped and cool during a very hot summer. Carole was extremely helpful and we soon found our way to some beautiful beaches in the area our favourite was Villeroy beach. We ate in some fantastic restaurants Chez Phillipe and Chateau Du Port amongst our favourites. Loved the wine bar and the farmers markets in the evening and definitely recommend a VIP tour at Maison Noilly Prat ...sad to leave
Thanks for taking the time to write your review. I’m so glad you and your family enjoyed your stay at my apartment. Marseillan is a truly wonderful place to visit. Come back soon. 😊
Although small, very comfortable.
Great location in Marseillan, particularly if you like ducks and seagulls!
The best place to be in Marseillan!
The apartment was delightful and the terras and interior were of high quality and with a beautifully good taste. It's ideally situated within walking distance of all amenities. You can have a lovely breakfast on the terras with a tremendous view on the lake. There is free parking in the street outside or at your own garage under the apartment. It's a 5 mile drive to a beach with free parking. The owner was very helpfull and kind.
Thank you Doré - it was a pleasure having you as my guest. Thanks for all what wonderful photographs too.
Please come and visit again. 👍🏼
A lovely place to stay.
A beautiful place to visit away from the hustle and bustle..
A beautiful apartment in a quite location. We would definitely recommend staying here as I'm sure we will be doing so again ourselves. Excellent response from our host when we had any questions too.
Marseillan Plage is a purpose-built holiday resort on the Mediterranean, some 3 km (1.9 mi) from Marseillan Ville - the esplanade has recently been upgraded and offers endless lifeguard monitored beaches and multiple attractions for children. There's a large car boot sale there every Saturday and Sunday.
Click on this link to locate your preferred beach:
Cap d'Agde - 14km. 'Aqualand' (huge water-slides, etc.) 27-hole golf course, boat hire, deep sea fishing, scuba-diving, aquarium.
Cap d'Agde has a large family-style naturist resort.
The Village Naturiste is a large fenced-off part at the north-eastern edge of Cap d'Agde, although it is accessible along the public beach from the east. It is a self-contained town (sometimes referred to as the "Naked City"), where nudity is legal and common in the whole resort. A local tourist tax is charged per person, per day. The Naturist Village is a town by itself, with a 2 km (1 mi) beach, a large marina, 2,500 pitches campsite, apartment complexes, hotel, shops, restaurants, night clubs, bars, post office, bank and ATMs, launderettes, hairdressers and other facilities. In all there are about 180 businesses in the village. One can potentially spend an entire vacation without leaving the area or wearing clothes.
Agde - 10km -An old historic town and fishing port, founded by the Ancient Greeks. Agde is known for the distinctive black basalt used in local buildings, for example the cathedral of Saint Stephen, built in the twelfth century to replace a 9th-century Carolingian edifice built on the foundations of a fifth-century Roman church. It has a nice market and excellent seafood restaurants.
Sete - previously known as Cette - is a 23km drive along the seafront, known as the Venice of Languedoc and the singular island (in Paul Valéry's words). It is a port and a seaside resort with its own very strong cultural identity, traditions, cuisine and dialect. It is also the hometown of artists like Paul Valéry, Jean Vilar, Georges Brassens, Gregory Del Piero, Hervé Di Rosa, Manitas de Plata, and Robert Combas.
Beziers - 25km - one of the oldest cities in France.
The latest research (March 2013) shows that Béziers dates from 575 B.C., making it older than Agde (525 B.C.) and a bit younger than Marseille (600 B.C.). It is famous for its aqueduct called the Pont-canal de l'Orb claimed to be the first of its kind.
Béziers was the first place to be attacked by the crusaders in 1209. Béziers' Catholics were given an ultimatum to hand over the heretics or leave, but they refused and resisted with the Cathars. The town was sacked on July 22, 1209 and no one was spared in the bloody massacre. When asked by a Crusader how to tell Catholics from Cathars once they had taken the city, the abbot supposedly replied, Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius. ("Kill them. For the Lord knew His own.")
Béziers hosts the famous Feria de Béziers, centred on bullfighting, every August. A million visitors are attracted to the five-day event. Béziers is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network and hosts a Friday flower market in the Allees Paul Riquet.
Pezenas - 20km - a very attractive medieval town with a Saturday morning market. It's worth a stroll around just to look at the old town centre with narrow streets and rather grand Town Houses from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, when Pézenas was the seat of the Governors of Languedoc. The ministry lists 116 historical edifices in Pézenas, more than 30 of which are protected after being classified "Historical Monuments".
Narbonne - 47km - Once a prosperous port, and a major city in Roman times, is now located about 15 km (9.3 mi) from the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Narbonne is linked to the nearby Canal du Midi and the Aude River by the Canal de la Robine, which runs through the centre of town.
Montpellier - 55km - the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region is a large university town. It is the 8th largest city in France and is the fastest growing city in the country over the past 25 years. Montpellier is one of the few larger cities in France without any Roman heritage and one of the few cities in southern France without a Greek foundation.
Nîmes - 95km - a truly unexpected and exciting discovery, has a rich history dating back to the Roman Empire when the city was home to 50,000 – 60,000 people. Several famous monuments are in Nîmes - the Nîmes Arena and the Maison Carrée. Because of this, Nîmes is often referred to as the French Rome.
Château La Coste - 196km - Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, a winery combined with an outstanding art and architecture trail that has earned a star in the Michelin travel guide, sits in gently rolling hills just north of Aix en Provence. I would highly recommend it as a day trip.