A town house located in a typical provencal village of south France

A town house located in a typical provencal village of south France




Feb 2008

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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About our home

The house has a lot of character : it was built several centuries ago but has been recently renovated with authentic provencal building materials ; It is located in the village of Fayence, very typical provencal village; the house is very lighty and there is a wonderfull view ; there is three floors and the highest one is under the roof. We are in front of the nice tiny St Roch chapel and near of the old lavoratory of the village. We have 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and an other one with a single bed. There is one living room, with a sofa where 2 people can sleep. The kitchen is small and handy.


More about us

  1. I'm 41 years old and my little boy will be 9 years old this summer; I'm working for the French motorway as Manager of the Call Center. My husband have 2 children, 15 et 11 years old. He's teaching landscaping in a professional college. He loves trees and gardens, he could take care of your plants ! Our little pet, called Samba, is very quiet and well educated. We'd like travelling in other countries all around Europe and have aldready make 3 successful exchanges in Ireland, Italy and Portugal. I like the concept of exchange to discover the real life of people.

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Perched on the side of a hill between the sea and the mountains, and set in picturesque Provençal countryside, Fayence is rated highly by tourists. It has a southerly climate, charming old streets, warm and welcoming inns emitting the aromas of Provence, and even some relics of times past. There is many restaurants specialised in local food and an open-air market 2 times a week stalls'lavender honey, candied fruits, perfumed lemon soaps and vegetables from local farms ; bakery and other shops are about 5 minutes walking; we are near of the St Cassien lake where you can swim, fish or having many water activities ; you can also go to sandy beaches in Mandelieu, Cannes or Saint Raphael (about 30 min by car); there is a golf and a spa near of the village (for more informations about the spa : "http://www.maisons-de-biarritz.com/exclusive_hotel_resorts/en/fayence-presentation-en.phtml". You could discover the fabulous coast road from st raphael to Agay and his ochre-rich earth or the plunging prehistoric "Gorges du Verdon". There is a lot of terracotta-roofed villages at a few distance of Fayence, where you could watch a metal boules clunking on dirt petanque pitches, and drink a pastis glass on outdoor cafe terrace ! For example the village of Seillans (about 4 kms) has been classified as "One of the most beautiful villages in France". If you like big cities and shopping, you could go to Monaco or Nice.

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