- Sea Views
- Just metres from the beach
- Short walk to the town centre
- Private Pool
- Fully managed & maintained
- Working vineyard onsite
- Excellent facilities inc. SPA, restaurant & bar
On a gently climbing hill, the La Baraquette vineyard estate will extend across 6.2 hectares of prime seafront land. The gradual slope will ensure that most of the villas and apartments as well as the hotel, share in those panoramic views of the lagoon and oyster tables. As well as the properties built here, some truly world-class facilities will be on hand for owners and visitors alike, designed to make sure you get the most of your stay on the estate. One of the pleasures of owning a property in an estate such as La Baraquette is that you enjoy all the benefits of a beautiful holiday property without having to deal with all of the potential hassles. Your garden will be watered and tendered, your home maintained and kept looking good, and we'll even take care of renting your property out to holiday makers in order to earn you some extra income. La Baraquette really does represent a superb investment for both the head and the heart. Built on the most sought-after plot in the Mediterranean Jaw-dropping views across oyster tables and the sea Stylish waterfront villas, patio villas and apartments 5-star hotel with luxury spa, gym, restaurant and bars An extension of the pretty port-town of Marseillan Easy and quick access from all major European cities 2 hours from Barcelona Freehold Ownership Award winning South of France developer Investment return & rental income VAT reclaim available 10 year construction warranty Location: Along with Collioure in the south, Marseillan has to be Languedoc's most sophisticated seaside village. A mid-sized port in Phoenician, Greek and Roman times, it benefited along with the rest of the region from the 'wine boom' of the late 19th century, its elegant houses testament to the wealth of the time. Today, Marseillan is a favourite place to come for a meal by the sea, whether it be the gourmet creations at the swish Château du Port, simple and light traditional food at one of the port's many other restaurants, or slightly more funky fare at the retro Delicatessen restaurant in the heart of the town. Transport links: Few areas of Europe are as well served by flights, trains and road networks as the Languedoc-Roussillon region. The nearest airport to La Baraquette, Béziers-Cap d'Agde, is only 20 minutes away, and offers flights to the UK, Eire, Germany, Sweden and Norway. Eight other international airports are within 2 hours drive away, offering mostly low-cost flights to cities across Europe. Train connections are similarly impressive. On the high-speed TGV, the cafés and galleries of Paris are only four very comfortable hours away. A new TGV line, direct to Barcelona, will mean you can be dining on fresh tapas down by the Port Olympic in less than two hours. With connections that fast, a day trip to Barcelona becomes a very pleasant experience. Motorways in France are also excellent, and the A9 autoroute connects the area around La Baraquette with the rest of France and Spain. Properties: There are 2 bed apartments and 2 to 4 bed villas available in this residence.