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Chemin de Malause
St Nicolas de la Grave



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Located amidst the enchanting Landes pine forest and in close proximity to the stunning beaches, this charming gite offers a perfect retreat. Situated just 1 km away from the 18-hole Golf course and a mere 300m from the Atlantic beach, it is an ideal destination for both golf enthusiasts and beach lovers.

The cozy home spans across 40m2 and features a lovely terrace and a fenced garden, ensuring privacy and tranquility. Public parking is available nearby for added convenience. With a capacity to accommodate 4 adults and 2 children, the gite offers comfortable living spaces including a well-equipped kitchenette, a cozy living room with television, and a bedroom furnished with a comfortable double bed (140cm), complete with laundry facilities and an iron.

The gite also boasts a water room with a shower and a toilet. Additionally, a mezzanine area is cleverly divided into two sections, one side featuring two bunk beds (80cm) for children, and the other side offering a double bed (140cm) for two guests. The enclosed garden provides a delightful space to unwind and comes with a barbecue for enjoyable outdoor cooking.


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To reach Capbreton - Hossegor, follow motorway A63. Once you arrive, head towards the golf of Seignosse. When you reach the golf, go around it and continue until you come across the Tucs intersection. Pass the "Océliande" camping site and keep going until you reach the end of the road. Make a turn at the roundabout and then turn onto Avenue des Tucs. After about 50 meters, you'll see a carpark on your right. Park your vehicle there. From the carpark, take the pedestrian path that runs along the line. After approximately 30 meters, you'll find Villa-Patio n°132, which can be identified by a natural arch of shrubs.



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Holiday Home 1 250 570 non


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  • Canal de Garonne: Located near Chemin de Malause, the Canal de Garonne is part of the Canal des Deux Mers, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This picturesque canal offers scenic walks, cycling paths, and opportunities for boat trips, allowing visitors to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding countryside.
  • Abbaye de Moissac: Just a short distance from St Nicolas de la Grave, Abbaye de Moissac is a remarkable Romanesque abbey dating back to the 11th century. It is renowned for its intricate sculptures, impressive cloister, and a well-preserved portal. Visitors can explore the abbey's interior, admire the architectural details, and learn about its historical significance.
  • Pont-Canal du Cacor: This historical canal bridge is a fascinating engineering marvel. Spanning the Tarn River, the Pont-Canal du Cacor allows the Canal de Garonne to cross over the river. Visitors can walk or cycle across the bridge, enjoying the panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Château de Laréole: Situated around 30 kilometers from St Nicolas de la Grave, Château de Laréole is a beautiful Renaissance castle surrounded by a moat and extensive gardens. The castle offers guided tours, allowing visitors to explore its elegant interior, including period rooms, a grand staircase, and a collection of art and furniture.
  • Musée Ingres: Located in Montauban, approximately 20 kilometers away, Musée Ingres is dedicated to the works of the renowned painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. The museum houses a vast collection of Ingres' paintings, drawings, and sculptures, as well as works by other artists from the 17th to the 20th century.
  • Basilique Saint-Sernin: Situated in Toulouse, about 60 kilometers from St Nicolas de la Grave, the Basilique Saint-Sernin is one of the largest Romanesque churches in Europe. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for its impressive architecture, ancient relics, and rich history. Visitors can explore the basilica's interior, including its crypt and magnificent organ.
  • Musée des Augustins: Also located in Toulouse, the Musée des Augustins is housed in a former Augustinian monastery. The museum showcases a diverse collection of art, including sculptures, paintings, and archaeological artifacts, spanning from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
  • Airbus Factory Tour: For aviation enthusiasts, a visit to the Airbus Factory in Toulouse is a must. This guided tour provides a fascinating insight into the production of commercial aircraft. Visitors can witness the assembly process, explore the exhibition hall, and learn about the history and innovations of Airbus.
  • Place du Capitole: Situated in the heart of Toulouse, the Place du Capitole is a vibrant square lined with beautiful buildings, restaurants, and cafes. The square is dominated by the magnificent Capitole de Toulouse, the city's town hall. Visitors can enjoy the lively atmosphere, admire the architecture, and explore the surrounding shops and boutiques. 10. Cité de l'Espace: Located on the outskirts of Toulouse, Cité de l'Espace is a space-themed park and museum. It offers interactive exhibits, planetarium shows, and outdoor displays, allowing visitors to learn about space exploration, astronomy, and the universe in an engaging and educational way.

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