Villa Engeiraou

*Charging an electric car at the vacation home is not possible and not allowed.
*Smoking is not allowed in this holiday home

About this holiday home

This spacious and homely, detached villa is in a unique location 1.5 km from the medieval, picturesque village of Montauroux.

You enter the private domain through an electronically controlled gate with video and there is ample parking for several cars. The villa is situated on a plot of 3400m2 amidst olive groves and fruit trees and a jeu-de-boule court. The villa consists of 2 floors and a lower terrace in front of the private pool with pool house. The swimming pool (12 x 6 meters) has a curved beach entrance and overflow edge. Around your own private swimming pool you can enjoy one of the comfortable sun loungers waiting for you, enjoying the magnificent view. The summer kitchen, located by the pool, has a fridge, microwave, double gas hob, pizza oven, toilet and shower. There is a large dining table with parasols for poolside dining.

A broadly lit staircase leads you from the swimming pool to the ground floor of the villa, where you will find the large living room with sliding doors, a well-equipped kitchen with an American fridge and deep fryer, 2 bedrooms (air-conditioned) each with their own bathroom. On the same level you will find a scullery, a corridor, the garage (for 1 car) and toilet. Just outside the living room there is a second outdoor dining area with granite table and chairs.

On the first floor are the other 3 bedrooms (with air conditioning) and 2 bathrooms. 1 bedroom gives access to the roof terrace with beautiful views and the other bedroom has its own private terrace.

The Provencal village of Montauroux is 1.5 km away. Take a seat on one of the benches on the village square and enjoy the view of Lake St. Cassien. Go to Cannes (25 km) and stroll along the famous boulevard La Croisette with its tall palm trees on one side and beautiful white sandy beaches on the other. A day to Fréjus (30 km)? Here too you will find many jet-sets and restaurants. Or take the boat in Saint-Raphaël to sail over the Méditerrannée to Saint-Tropez. Inland, you will discover the unadulterated charm of Provence: lavender fields and villages with houses with those typical Roman tiles.