1 bedroom apartment for sale
France - Pérols, Hérault, Languedoc-Roussillon
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- Stunning location
- Coastal position
- Beautiful town of Perols
- Exceptional terraces
- Clean modern dersign
- Superb communication links to trains and local airports
- Wonderful finishes
- Exceptional security
€155,000 to €625000
1 - 2 and 3 bedrooms
More than a residence, a resort ...
Pérols, a place like nowhere else ... The heart of the village with its arenas, its square, its weekly market, its shops and artisans demonstrates its authenticity. Pérols, a city with many facets, offers an exceptional living environment.
The residence Riviera Lodge offers 3 buildings of 4 levels composed of 49 apartments from T2 to the villa on the roof. The architecture plays volume and stalls to bring modernity to the whole. A light appearance, as if crossed by light, seems to float between sky and earth thanks to the architectural feat of the large overhangs.
The strong idea adopted for the design of the residence was to take inspiration from the African lodges and to propose large openings on the outside to benefit from both the view towards the lake of Pérols, less than 400 m and Of the sunshine.
Structures in pilotis, accommodating on the upper level of large terraces, reinforce the spirit lodge and bring lightness to the whole.
Pérols is known as the "door of the Camargue," the white horses and black bulls inhabit the surrounding grasslands, and in July and August at the fairs are many Pérols: the "bull running" running of the bulls through the streets of the village. In the arenas, you can watch the bulls pool, shopping at the cow and races the cockade on the tunes of bullfighting. Often these events are followed by a competition pool in the afternoon or a dance hall on the village square in the evening.
Pérols most emblematic site, the Port de Carême also called 'Pérols fishing sheds' developed on the shore of the étang de l'Or.
From the 16th century, eel fishermen mainly, built the first sheds near the harbour. Until 1950, this area was only inhabited by fishermen.
Today, only a few original sheds have been preserved.
Take a stroll along the shore of the étang de l'Or passing the 'Pointe de la Grave' at the mouth of the harbour where you can see dwellings of the time and come across fishing nets laying on the sand.
In the village, the Saint-Sixte church dominates over the old town.
You will notice the colourful house fronts of the town centre - mauve, pink, ocre and orange - and of the 'rue du Courreau' leading to the arenas.
The bloodless bullfighting tradition is very much alive in Pérols as can be seen in the numerous events organized such as the Festa Campera in July or the Bullfighting School created by the municipality, one of only two locations in the Metropole with the school of Baillargues where the art of 'raset' (how to snatch a rosette and other items tied between the bull's horn) is still taught.
- Méditerranée (INTERNATIONAL), 1.3 miles
- Nîmes (Garons) (INTERNATIONAL), 26.2 miles
- Beziers (LOCAL), 34.6 miles
- Provence (INTERNATIONAL), 63 miles
- Perpignan (Rivesaltes) (INTERNATIONAL), 79.9 miles
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