The Pavilion located on Mont St Clair looks at the sea. Let's visit locasete.
Sylvie Paget locasete
- english, french, italian
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Max guests:3 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
la reservation necessite pour être complete que vous remplissiez le contrat sur notre site locasete.fr dans l onglet booking,
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
all we needed in a compact space. terrace ideal.
The cottage was well equipped, clean and comfortable. For someone with slight mobility problems (me), the steps from room to room were a problem as there were no rails or handles to assist. The sheltered terrace was a delight, with views down to the sea, and comfortable seating.
I would be happy to recommend this cottage.
We enjoyed the regular company of a handsome cat.
Accueil très chaleureux de la part des propriétaires.
Maison extrêmement agréable de part son exposition géographique avec une vue sur la mer, avec un entourage très verdoyant ( dont deux terrasses très bien équipées dont une très ombragée ) et l'endroit très calme.
C'est un vrai havre de paix !
La maison est très bien équipée, quelque soit les pieces.
Tout a été pensé pour un grand confort et la literie de la chambre est de qualité.
Cette location a dépassé toutes mes espérances.
Je la recommande vivement.
Vous ne serez pas déçu !
Je n'hésiterai pas y retourner ...
Pas tout à fait ce que l'on croyait.
Pas si calme que ça, cieste impossible,dans la location ventilation insuffisante,manque des moustiquaires pour pouvoir laisser les fenêtres ouvertes .Peintures à refaire,et manque de placard pour vêtements. Pas de parking
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Surrounded by water on all sides, Sète, nicknamed the Venice of Languedoc, has the charm of a fishing town. The memories of Paul Valery, poet, and singer Georges Brassens, both born in Sète, are venerated here. It is an attractive city whose platforms are very busy. You will be able to visit the Paul-Valéry museum and the Espace Georges-Brassens, the media library, the Molière theater. Sète also has an "International Museum of Modest Arts", a gaming casino. The marina is adjacent to the fish market or many restaurants will make you discover the Sète gastronomy (tielles, stuffed squid, macaronade, cuttlefish a la plancha ...). The Théâtre de la Mer, former fort overlooking the Mediterranean, hosts music festivals throughout the summer. The feast of St. Louis at the end of August is the opportunity to attend the famous final of the water jousting with music and bodega around the royal setting. The lido beach which extends over 12 km will allow you to enjoy the pleasures of idleness.
Rental of boats and jet-ski: On the beach of Lido you can rent jet-ski and motor boats with and without license. You can also pass the French coastal license in a few days! It is essential to visit the Sète canals by boat, then you will have a totally picturesque and different view of the city, continue your walk by heading towards the district of the 'short point' and then you will pass on the pond of thau. From there, head to the oyster beds of Bouzigue, stop to swallow some oysters and the white wine of Picpoul and it goes back to the Cap d'Agde. Then half a turn towards Sète while passing by the sea while skirting the beaches of Rochelongue or if you have the time continue your walk on a small portion of the channel of the midi with its locks, its barges and plane trees! In short, great vacation in perspective. Do not hesitate to ask me about the cultural and touristic visits of the region!
Sète is the first French fishing port for tuna fishing, huge tuna boats are moored in the city center with their fishing net visible on the docks. The district of the short point to Sète is very picturesque, it is about a district of fishermen at the edge of the pond of thau very animated the evenings of summer where you will be able to take the aperitif and to eat delicious skewers in evening. The sea bream fishery in October when the fish leave the pond to reach the sea is an opportunity to witness an incredible show, hundreds of anglers are crammed against each other to bring back the most sea bream possible.
Games: Steps installed during the Saint Louis along the banks of the Royal Canal, you can witness spectacular fights. These struggles are called jousting. For the winner of the grand tournament of St Louis, it is immortality assured: since 1666, his name is engraved for posterity on a pavois, in the room of jousting Museum Paul Valery ... More than a sport, beyond folklore and tradition, the games reflect the soul of the Sétois! The boats are propelled by 10 rowers, strong fishermen for the most part, commanded by an experienced skipper at the front of the boats, an oboe and a drum play the traditional tune of fighting at the time of the fight, and traditional tunes Languedociens between the passes. Fanfares based in the stands 'warm' the atmosphere and salute the victorious jousters and spectacular passes with great brass and bass drum! It is especially in the summer that you will attend this magnificent show.
Golf info: The golf of Cap d'Agde, is an invitation to the sporting challenge. Fashioned in the heart of a sublime Mediterranean landscape, the Golf of Cap d'Agde offers beautiful wavy greens, water hazards and bunkers judiciously positioned. A driving practice center of 36 stations including 16 covered, a putting green and a green approach are at your disposal. Cloakrooms are at your disposal and equipment rental. The Club House houses a Pro Shop but also a bar and a restaurant "La Pleiade" to meet friends after a nice round of golf. Charm and conviviality characterize this place whose exceptional geographical situation offers you an impregnable view on the course. Montpellier Massane's 18-hole International Golf Course, designed by Californian architect Ronald Fream in 1988, has been designed to offer a unique golf experience.