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Après l’hiver profitez du week-end de Pâques pour quelques jours. Réservez dans l’une de nos résidences Nemea pour profiter de repos et recharger vos batteries avant l’arrivée des prochaines vacances ! Les bons plans Nemea sont faits pour ça !Read more
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With its ideal location between the Ecrins National Park and the Queyras Regional Park, the Résidence l’Aigle Bleu is the perfect base for numerous hikes and a variety of outdoor nature activities. Briançon, a historical art town fortified by Vauban, offers its rich heritage, temporary exhibitions, and a variety of entertainment opportunities throughout the year.
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In the heart of the Côte d’Azur (between Nice and Cannes), Cagnes-sur-Mer is a diverse town that is home to a medieval village, a small fishing port, and the Renoir Museum. Life in this charming holiday destination is dictated by a variety of festivals (medieval festival, night-time beach walks. . . colourful markets, swimming, and other water activities. . . not to mention the horse racing season.
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At the edge of the Spanish border, Bonascre is a great starting point for a number of magnificent hikes. This destination will allow to explore, on foot or on horseback, the Ax and Chioula Valleys and the Orlu National Wildlife Reserve, and to enjoy a variety of sporting activities.
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Ax les Thermes is a hot spring resort with 80 springs that are known to have beneficial properties. Situated in the heart of the Ariège Pyrenees in the Midi-Pyrénées region, Ax offers a geographical location that boasts amazing panoramic views, forests, and architectural heritage.
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Connected to the mainland by a bridge, Oléron is a magical place for nature lovers and water sport enthusiasts. Situated just opposite La Rochelle, Ile d’Oléron is the largest French island on the Atlantic coast, with 90km of coastline and huge stretches of fine sand beaches. Your rental property on the Ile d’Oléron is in easy visiting distance of: oyster farms and a chance to sample the famous Marennes d’Oléron oysters, the island’s bird sanctuary, the Château d’Oléron and its citadel, sea trips to Fort Boyard, Ile d’Aix, and La Rochelle.
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Situated on the northern coast of the Ile d’Oléron, Saint Georges d’Oléron is the largest and oldest of the island’s villages, bordered by 15km of beaches. The most renowned are the beaches of Plaisance, Gautrelle, and Sables Vignier, and Saint Georges d’Oléron also boasts 2 marinas, Le Douhet and Boyardville.
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At the edge of the Pays d’Iroise, midway between Brest and Le Conquet, Loc Maria enjoys a stunning geographical location at the heart of magnificent countryside with 7km of coastline and beaches. A water-focused but nonetheless very diverse area, Le Finistère and the Breton coastline are known to be one of France’s top tourist destinations.
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At the very edge of the Iroise Sea, the town of Plougonvelin holds firmly on to its Breton identity with its fine sandy beaches, jagged coastline, and islands that measure just a few nautical miles in width. Tucked away in the cove of Trez Hir, you find yourself immersed in an ocean of delights.
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Saint Pol de Léon ,a small, preserved coastal town in the Morlaix Bay, enjoys a breath-taking maritime landscape set against a backdrop of white sand beaches. In town, take the opportunity to marvel at the Early Gothic cathedral , the Kreisker chapel, a number of 16th and 17th century dwellings, or the Boutouiller megalith. Le Finistère with its fjords and north-coast inlets, its extreme, wild, and invigorating nature, its migrating bird populations. Along the coast, the hiking path allows for a spectacular view of the Channel, from Roscoff to the Pointe de Primel. Of all the beaches in the area, Sainte Anne is the most popular.
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Just a few kilometres from the Pont du Gard, Sauve is a medieval village that is rich in history, as you can see from its 16th Century Pont Vieux bridge, its city walls and ruins, fortified gates, vaults, tall medieval towers, and last but not least, its Hôtel de la Monnaie. From your rental property in the Gard region, explore Nîmes, the Pont de Gard, Alès, Le Vigan,. . . . and choose from a wide range of sightseeing opportunities: visit the fork factory, where utensils are made out of hackberry wood, or the Silk Museum in Saint Hippolyte Du Fort.
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