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This comfortable holiday home, in Argeliers, has its own private pool and fenced garden. Located 22km from Narbonne and 38km from the beaches of Gruissan, this villa is the ideal setting for taking the time out to relax, you can lounge around by pool on the terrace and enjoy the sunshine or take a dip in the water to cool down. The terrace can be heated during the cooler seasons on request, for a fee. The plot is fully enclosed, ideal for young children and your four-legged friends. You don't feel like cooking? No problem, you can visit one of the two restaurants in the village, however the villa is equipped with a modern kitchen, which can accommodate all your culinary needs. You will be able to purchase tasty regional products from the local market. This holiday villa is ideally placed for taking lovely walks to discover the Languedoc and all its beautiful treasures. It is close to the sea and beaches, between the cities of Narbonne and Béziers. Only 18km from Minerve, a magnificent listed village, Argeliers is a strategic starting point for your holidays. It is a pretty village with lots of shops, located on the border of the Aude and Herault, between Lézignan-Corbières and Narbonne, with a nice port built on the Canal du Midi, which is listed by World Heritage of UNESCO which makes for a lovely location for a relaxing stroll. Many activities and outings are offered to you to explore the heritage of the village and its surroundings: you can follow the Canal aboard a houseboat: it is one of the most beautiful and oldest in Europe, its banks are mostly shaded which is welcoming to cyclists. There are many other cycling courses accessible to the whole family in the area. The castle of Argeliers, dating from the 17th century and other listed monuments of France are also worth a visit, with its Renaissance architecture.