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Seegers
Rue des Rochers
Vaux sur Mer
17640

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Price per week:

price from €2550

Telephone:

0553569730

Mobile:

0674850889

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This charming apartment offers a comfortable and spacious living space of 38 sq metres. It features a well-appointed bedroom, a cozy living room, and a delightful enclosed veranda. Additionally, there is a terrace and a private garden measuring 60 sq m, providing a perfect spot for relaxation and enjoyment.

The apartment is fully equipped to accommodate up to 4 adults and a baby. The bedroom, measuring 8 sq metres, offers a comfortable double bed (140 cm) and shelves for storage. Upon request, a folding bed for a baby can be provided. The living room, spanning 16 sq metres, is furnished with a high-quality convertible sofa (210cmx160cm) from the renowned brand Cinna. It also includes a TV and a low table for added convenience.

The kitchen area is well-equipped with electric hotplates, an oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a fridge-freezer. A washing machine is also available, along with ample cupboards and shelves for storage. The bathroom features a bath/shower combination and a wash hand basin, while a separate toilet adds further convenience.

For outdoor enjoyment, the apartment offers a salon de jardin and a barbecue. Electric heating ensures a comfortable stay throughout the year.

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Prices

Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
breakfast
Apartment 4 300 580
Holiday Home 4 2550 2550

Services

Parking
Garden
Animals Allowed

Attractions

  • Royan Beach: Located just a short walk from Rue des Rochers, Royan Beach is a popular destination for tourists seeking sun, sand, and relaxation. With its pristine sandy shores, clear waters, and stunning views, it is an ideal spot for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water activities.
  • Palmyre Zoo: Situated in the nearby town of Les Mathes, Palmyre Zoo is one of Europe's most renowned zoological parks. Home to over 1,600 animals from around the world, including giraffes, elephants, lions, and penguins, it offers visitors the opportunity to observe and learn about a wide range of species in a beautiful natural setting.
  • Cordouan Lighthouse: Considered the oldest lighthouse in France, Cordouan Lighthouse stands at the mouth of the Gironde estuary, approximately 30 kilometers from Vaux sur Mer. This architectural masterpiece, dating back to the 17th century, offers guided tours that allow visitors to explore its historic interior and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views from its top.
  • La Rochelle: A vibrant coastal city located about 30 kilometers north of Vaux sur Mer, La Rochelle is known for its picturesque harbor, medieval architecture, and rich maritime heritage. Visitors can explore the city's historic center, stroll along the waterfront promenade, visit the iconic Towers of La Rochelle, and enjoy a wide range of cultural events and festivals.
  • Fort Boyard: Situated on an isolated rocky outcrop in the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Boyard is a historic fortification that has become famous worldwide as the setting for a popular TV game show. While the fort itself is not regularly open to the public, boat tours provide a unique opportunity to admire this impressive structure from the water and learn about its intriguing history.
  • Talmont-sur-Gironde: Nestled on a cliff overlooking the Gironde estuary, Talmont-sur-Gironde is a charming medieval village known for its narrow streets, stone houses, and picturesque views. Visitors can explore its well-preserved historic center, visit the beautiful Church of Sainte-Radegonde, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of this enchanting coastal town.
  • Rochefort: Located approximately 40 kilometers south of Vaux sur Mer, Rochefort is a historic town famous for its naval heritage. Visitors can discover the fascinating maritime history at the Corderie Royale, a former rope-making factory turned museum, explore the replica of the 18th-century frigate Hermione, and wander through the town's elegant streets lined with beautiful mansions.
  • Île d'Oléron: Situated just off the coast, Île d'Oléron is the largest island on the French Atlantic coast and offers a wide range of tourist attractions. From beautiful sandy beaches and charming fishing villages to historic sites like the Château d'Oléron and the Fortifications of Vauban, this island provides a perfect destination for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike.