Property Ref: 1620
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Ask
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Yes
Luxury air conditioned home in the quiet, leafy Vignes B area. Our mobile sleeps 8 - 2 bathrooms, UK TV, washing machine.
We’re situated in the quiet and leafy Vignes B area of the site.
We have a spacious and comfortable, air conditioned lounge with English Freesat TV. It has a comfortable seating area and a dining table with chairs.
Patio doors open out onto a large decking area, which is partially covered to provide some shade, with table and chairs for 'al fresco' dining.
The kitchen has fitted units with a free standing fridge/freezer, electric oven, 4 ring hob, microwave and kettle.
The spacious double bedroom has large fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin.
The other two bedrooms each have twin beds with plenty of storage. The seating area in the lounge also has a fold out double bed if needed.
There is a second bathroom with a shower, wash basin and toilet and a small utility room with a plumbed in washing machine.
We have air conditioning for the hot summer days and nights and heating units in each room for those cooler evenings.
We have three adult bikes, outdoor toys, beach gear and a barbecue for you to use during your stay. There is also a small garden area and a parking place.
Quilts and pillows are provided, but you have to bring your own bed linen. Alternatively, you can obtain linen packs from Siblu reception at a small charge.
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About the Area
La Carabasse is a very popular site situated approximately 500m from sandy beaches on the Mediterranean coast.
The beaches are an easy walk either along the road, which has shops, bars, cafés and restaurants, or along a footpath to where La Carabasse Beach Bar has food, drink and some water sports that are available in high season.
It has fabulous outdoor facilities such as a swimming pool with qualified lifeguards, four lane waterslide and water chute, tennis courts, basketball, multi sports pitch, boules, bike hire, pool table, table tennis, outdoor children's play areas and Children's clubs for ages 1 to 14. To take advantage of the pool and slides you have to obtain a fun pass from Siblu reception. These can be bought daily or weekly at a small charge.
The Carabasse beach club offers a whole spectrum of water sport activities from pedalos to windsurfing. The beach bar is open May to September and serves food and drink.
Also on site is a supermarket with its own bakery, which is very well equipped for everything you need. There is a Hyper U supermarket at nearby Agde which gives you more variety and is much cheaper.
Additional facilities on site include launderette, family run restaurant, take-away, safety deposit boxes, bureau de change and information bureau.
In the evening you have the choice of two bars, one for your main evening entertainment outside and the other to sit and enjoy a quiet drink either indoors or on the terrace.
The site management organises games, competitions and shows to provide a varied programme of family entertainment.
If you fancy a stroll away from the park, you can either head towards the shops, restaurants and bars on the beach road or you can head towards the old town of Vias and have a quiet drink in one of the bars tucked away amongst the maze of alleyways.
For non-stop fun you can visit the Europark Leisure park, which is close by. It has fantastic rides that suit children and adults. You don't pay to enter but pay when you go on the rides. You can also have a game of mini golf or have a go on a bungy swing.
Vias is a typical small French town, steeped in history. It has a central market square, bars, a few shops, restaurants and a twice-weekly market. The Canal du Midi passes close by, crossing the Herault river at the nearby larger town of Agde, which has buildings dating from the 14th Century. A little further on the modern resort of Cap d'Agde, where there is a Waterpark, is also worth a visit.
If you fancy exploring away from the area for the day, there are plenty of places to visit such as Montpellier, Carcassonne and Spain is only a couple of hours drive away.