Votre location vacances à l Ile d Yeu pour un séjour de rêve est une aubaine avec cette maison protégée au large de l'atlantique, en Vendée. Pour votre voyage, louer une demeure de charme entre particuliers sur ce petit territoire classé et préservé que reste l'Île d'Yeu est l'assurance de vacances exaltantes en groupe ou en famille, d'un repos assuré et d'un beau séjour adapté en toute sérénité pour des vacances séniors.

Hire a car and you'll have the freedom to explore your new surroundings your way. A holiday villa means heading out whenever you please, discovering as much as you like and coming home when you feel good and ready. Curfews, mealtimes and worrying about other guests are a thing of the past! Your villa holiday is all about you and yours, which is why we've made finding the perfect villa for your budget a piece of cake. From payday payments and low deposits, to last minute and even last second deals waiting to be snapped up! There’s nothing quite like a James villa holiday...
If you need a break from all this holiday relaxation in just an hour you can be in the island’s surprisingly sophisticated capital, Palma. Half of Majorca's 600,000 population live in this commercial and cultural centre, making the most of the rich history, culture and shopping. Most of the historic centre is traffic-free. You will find a lively cafe society reminiscent of Barcelona, as well as a thriving arts scene and stylish, sophisticated nightlife. [more] It is easy to spend a day drifting between shops, pavement cafés and museums. The city is dominated by La Seu Cathedral, a Gothic epic that took almost 400 years to build, on the site of a mosque and before that a Roman temple. Just to the east of the cathedral is a beach with a cycle path and promenade. For designer clothes try Jaume III, Palma’s equivalent to London’s Bond Street and for a superb choice of restaurants, head for the harbour. [less]
Had a fantastic stay in this villa. The location was perfect, literally minutes from Disney and about 20 minutes to Universal. The view from the pool area was lovely, it was so nice to look out over the lake and fountain each morning. The villa itself is very spacious and the kitchen was very well equipped. We will definitely be looking at booking to stay here again in the future! … see more
When planning villa rentals, it’s important to consider what you want from your holiday. Do you want to relax around the pool and fit in sightseeing at a leisurely pace, or is a central location that minimises the travelling distance to major sights your top priority? That’s why it’s a good idea to list your must haves, as well as the amenities you would like to have – while remembering to keep an open mind.
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This property is in a perfect location, just a 5 min drive or 15-20 minute walk from the old town and beaches and a 5 min walk to a lidl and mercadona supermarket. The villa is in a private little area accessible only through the properties surrounding the pool. On street parking was always available outside. Everything you need inside: washing machine, dishwasher, fully equipped kitchen, outside seating front and back of the property, clothes airer, fan, smart tv, dvd player (no HDMI cable so couldn't use it but logged into our netflix account. Joan Marc said it may have gone when the new tv arrived so he will get a new one), wifi. The area is beautiful with the ruins, small and beautiful medieval town, the old town and further along a busier more touristy area but still not massively commercialised. In the surrounding area there are waterparks, watersports, stunning beaches within short driving distance (Montgo). Parking in the area is great, mostly free on the streets, near beaches and free car parks - small areas are pay for parking but mostly in the old town area so makes driving more accessible. The ting ting train runs all the time and is great if you walk along to any of the towns/beaches then don't want to walk back :) One minor downside was that on arrival at the property at 9pm saturday night there had been a misunderstanding with the cleaner and our arrival date so we had no towels or bedding but the lovely man who let us in; Josep couldn't do enough to help and we got some blankets and towels (too hot for anything more than a sheet luckily). We emailed the owner Joan Marc who was abroad himself but he replied very quickly and had a cleaner round first thing in the morning and then the lady who dealt with the bedding and towels arrived and sorted all of that out, he also offered an additional clean if we wanted it in the week but we didn't feel it was necessary, we were just happy it was all sorted so quickly and we could enjoy our holiday.

The Caves of Drach or Dragon Caves, just outside the pretty harbour resort of Porto Cristo are among the island's most outstanding tourist attractions. These sensational cool, dark limestone caves are spread over 2,000 metres of spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites. As if this wasn’t enough, in the middle is a massive floodlit lake - one of the biggest underground lakes in the world. The hour long tours are highly organised and vast [more] numbers of visitors are 'processed' through the system every day during the summer in groups of several hundred people at a time. Multi-lingual guides give you the lowdown on the weird stalactite formations with names like the Fairies' Theatre and Diana's Bath, before you are treated to a 10 minute classical music recital by a string quartet. After a light show imitating the sunrise you have the option of crossing the lake by boat or on foot over a bridge. [less]
The Caves of Drach or Dragon Caves, just outside the pretty harbour resort of Porto Cristo are among the island's most outstanding tourist attractions. These sensational cool, dark limestone caves are spread over 2,000 metres of spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites. As if this wasn’t enough, in the middle is a massive floodlit lake - one of the biggest underground lakes in the world. The hour long tours are highly organised and vast [more] numbers of visitors are 'processed' through the system every day during the summer in groups of several hundred people at a time. Multi-lingual guides give you the lowdown on the weird stalactite formations with names like the Fairies' Theatre and Diana's Bath, before you are treated to a 10 minute classical music recital by a string quartet. After a light show imitating the sunrise you have the option of crossing the lake by boat or on foot over a bridge. [less]
Pros: Hotels offer daily maid service and room services. They are easier to get to due to their locations. Hotels also feature more outside amenities such as pool areas, restaurants, on-site exercise facilities, etc. Hotels also feature more personal safety features when visiting a foreign city for the first time due to their on-site security and central locations.

In Spain, villas with private pools are in abundance so if kicking back and cooling off sounds like your idea of heaven, you’re in for a treat. Take your pick from stylish apartments in Barcelona where you can explore Park Güell, Sagrada Família and much, much more. Or head to the Costas and hit the beach before tucking into some fresh tapas and an ice-cold cerveza.


Flat  32" HD TV, radio/CD  & DVD player, safe deposit box, hairdryer, alarm clock, air-conditioning, electric fan, kettle, toaster, juicer,  electric oven/grill, hob and extractor fan, large fridge/freezer, microwave oven, citrus juicer, coffee maker (on request), double glazed windows, dishwashing fluids and cloths,  complimentary bathroom toiletries,  first aid box, plus many extras not normally available in holiday accommodation.
Whether it's juicy olives and sun-ripened tomatoes, fresh-caught fish or hand-cured meats, you'll find them all in Majorca's bustling markets - as well as a great selection of handicrafts and souvenirs. Most markets in Majorca take place in the morning and go on until about 1.30pm - get there early if you want to avoid the crowds! Find out more about local markets in our Majorca resort guide.
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