Les Manades is a newly built secure apartment situated in the centre of Aigues Mortes overlooking the canal. The medieval castle and town centre can be viewed from the apartment balcony. It is a gated development with communal pool and underground car parking and lift. The amazing fortified town of Aigues Mortes lies just a 1 min walk from the residence. Pass through the magnificent ramparts to find a maze of street markets, traditional restaurants, picturesque squares, café bars and all shops. Superb Mediterranean beaches and lively resorts within minutes. Ideal family holiday destination. The apartment is also a very attractive proposition outside of the high season - the mild climate is excellent for all-year round golf holidays! .
Beaches: Le Grau du Roi: The closest beach at 5km and where the Canal du Rhone meets the Mediterranean. Both sides of the canal feature sumptuous restaurants serving seafood straight from the fishing boats that line the canal every evening following the day at sea. It is a bustling holiday town and very popular at both day and night. E'spiguette is another unspoilt beach which 5km away from L Grau du Roi. Le Palvas is a beach between Le Grande Motte and Montpellier, you can hire sun beds here plus have lunch in one of the many restaurants along this beach.
Yaghting Paradise: Visit the spectacular Port Camargue with its magnificent marina with some of the finest boats on the Mediterranean. The port area has a lavish casino, beautiful hotels and superb sandy beaches. All within 10 minutes drive.
Other Activities: One of the most beautiful unspoilt spots in the South of France bordering Provence and the Camargue. This historical location is close to stunning Mediterranean beaches and resorts. Nearby is the Camargue National Park which is famous for its wildlife - white horses, black bulls and pink flamingos. Within an easy drive there is access to Roman Amphitheatres at Arles and Nîmes and further away are the Ardeche Gorges.
The Languedoc-Roussillon is one of the most fascinating areas of Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Sea to the east and the Pyrenees Mountains to the south. It benefits from an exceptional climate (280 - 300 sunny days per year) and has an unusually rich wildlife, a spectacular coast and surprising history.
Caves/Chateau's: Drink some of the excellent regional wines in France, such as Chateau Neuf du Pape. You can see the medieval history of Europe in Avignon at the palace of the Popes, experience Cathar country and the hill villages or wander the seaside towns of Sete, Agde or the Camague.