Marseillan is a perfect french village with a sailing port (yachts and Canal du Midi barges come in and out) and dining by the waters edge. With many restaurants, cafes and shops it is a perfect place for a self-catering holiday rental. Marseillan is a 'hidden gem'. Booking July and August 2020. See availability calendar.
Everything you need for your holiday is within walking distance in the village. Tabacs, delicatessens, boulangeries, pharmacies and even a little Spar supermarket.
This self-catering accommodation, with private parking for all the properties, is in one of the best locations in Marseillan, being just yards from the port and waterside for boat and people watching, minutes from Marseillan's small local park and a short stroll from the Marseillan village shops, portside cafes, bars, restaurants and general shops.
If you haven't been to Marseillan or the Languedoc -Occitanie- coast before, we are sure you will love Marseillan Village and Port, situated by the Etang du Thau, and once you find this lovely village will come back every year, as most holiday rental guests do. Most of our guests have been visiting for 5 years or more for their chosen holiday letting dates and french fix of Marseillan and life as it should be.
If eating in your holiday home for dinner or breakfast you will not be short of places to shop locally. Fresh fish, meats, groceries, wine caves and 4 bakeries will serve you well. Also in Marseillan village there is the little supermarket and the large Marseillan Tuesday morning market, just a few minutes stroll on the flat either alongside the boats on the port or via the old village houses.
If eating out in Marseillan Port or Village there are about 20 restaurants in the village and on the port! My favourites being Bistrot Soleil, Pacheline, the Taverne du Port, The Boulevard, Camille, Entre Ciel et Mer, Chateau du Port, Rives Droite, Belem and The Relax (lunch only). In the Summer enjoy regular Marseillan local music concerts (with food and wine for a few euros), oyster and wines parties, jazz evenings and concerts by the waterside..
In terms of timing your holiday trip as you would expect the accommodation sells out very early so I really advise you to enquire as soon as you can if you want a good choice of dates. Delightful periods are May, June and September for hot sun and a little quieter on the port and beaches. July and August are lively, sunny and hot. I also enjoy February, March, April, October and November for delightful sun and a taste of real peaceful French village life. It's currently early in 2019 and I am sitting out in the sun! A holiday weekend flight via Ryanair into Beziers is easy, last week I did a return flight for £27 and there is even a local bus ride into Marseillan port, from Beziers airport, for under 2 euros! We try to changeover on a Friday/Sat each week but will help when we can with arrivals on different days.
If you don’t know the Languedoc, now known as Occitanie, in of the South of France you will love the acres of vineyards (good wine from under 2 euros with your own bottle), the beautiful villages, the long sandy beaches and the slow pace of life. Marseillan village has been mentioned in the press to be as St. Tropez must have been before the tourists arrived. Our next village makes the popular Picpoul de Pinet wine.
There are a few properties ranging from budget to luxury.
All properties are also available on websites such as Trip Advisor, Holiday Lettings and Homeaway so if you prefer to book via these large commercial websites rather than booking with me the owner, let me know and I will give you the website links. These websites add a large 'booking fee' to ALL properties rented on their websites, so if price is important deal with me directly. Call owner in London on +44 (0)7733102433 for advice or email email@example.com
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Lovely places to visit during you stay include Carcassonne, Pezenas, Aigues Mortes, Sete, Bages, Montpellier and lively little villages including Bouzigues, Vias, Florensac and Lodeve. Find out more about these places under Local Area.
If you decide to book a holiday rental for a weekend, week or even month (discounts for a month) in Marseillan, ask me to recommend the guide to the area – this will ensure that your anticipated holiday is full of everything to do locally and a little further afield.
And if you want an apartment with a lift, aircon, a bath and without stairs do say so we can direct you to the luxury property website www.marseillanholidayrentals.co.uk