Village house in south of France nr Med beaches/Roman sites

Village house in south of France nr Med beaches/Roman sites




Nov 2010

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

My two bedroom house is in the small town of Aigues-Mortes in the south of France. It is a modest cottage style property located within the walls of a medieval town dating from the twelfth century. On the ground floor, there is a large sitting room and a kitchen, and a secluded courtyard garden which is fantastic for eating and drinking during the summer months. In winter the weather is often cold, and there is an open wood fire and electric heating to keep warm.

The house is fully equipped for a comfortable stay, although I try to keep the furnishings fairly simple as befits a cottage-style property in southern France.

While a visit 'out of season' can be pleasant, with cold bracing days, the area is rather quiet and at times the weather can be quite chilly.

Please note I am not looking for swaps in France
Veuillez noter que je ne cherche pas des échanges en France


More about us

  1. I am Brian, a single British man in my 50s. I divide my time between my native city of London and my holiday home in the south of France. I speak French and very much enjoy life in this very picturesque small town, where people are friendly and easy going, the beach is close, the food tasty and the wine plentiful.

    Updated 2/17

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Where is it?


Aigues-Mortes is a walled town surrounded by medieval ramparts dating from the thirteenth century, located approximately 30km east of Montpellier, and 140km west of Marseille. The sea is approx. 6km away and some of the finest sandy beaches on the French Mediterranean coast are nearby. Aigues-Mortes is of historical interest in its own right, and Roman towns such as Nimes and Arles are less than an hour away, and Avignon and the Pont du Gard only slightly further.
The town has approximately 8,000 inhabitants of whom about 1,500 live within the city walls. It has everything you need in terms of food shopping (including supermarkets, bakers and specialist food shops, and a twice weekly open-air market), and many restaurants and several cafés and bars.

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