Baie de la Ciotat Villa


Villa living began in Roman times as grand country houses for the upper classes. Villas were often productive estates, almost villages in themselves.

Villas became walled, fortified, and even more self-sufficient, as the empire collapsed, and later many working villas became monasteries.

A Villa from the Renaissance onwards increasingly came to mean an upper-class country house, rather than working estates. Over time, the word villa has come to mean a free-standing house in its own gardens.

If you looking for an upscale garden property in Germany, Southern Europe, Latin American, or the North American West Coast, it may be listed as a villa.



Villa in Baie de la Ciotat, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France

  • Villa Serena

    Villa Serena in La Laciotat, France, has a quiet, park-like location close to beaches and coves, which makes this villa the perfect choice of accommodation for memorable vacations. Suites at our villa are tastefully decorated and include a lounge, air conditioning, private entrance and private bathroom. Our facilities include a swimming pool, tennis, lounge, library, board games, petanque and a gym with treadmill, weight machines, bike and rowing machine. Guests at Villa Serena have access to a well-equipped kitchen located under the poolhouse, and a delicious buffet breakfast is served daily either in the common room or on a terrace that is shaded by stunning pine trees.

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