A tranquil retreat
Think of the Patio Villas at La Baraquette as your own private oasis of calm and relaxation. Each is built around a walled courtyard filled with lush plants and trees where you can lounge, dine or sunbathe by your private plunge pool away from the summer heat and roar of the cicadas. Ranging from 90m2 to 125m2 (one to three bedrooms) the Patio Villas offer large, light, open-plan spaces and all offer spectacular views of the sea.
Tradition blended with modernity
Like our Waterfront Villas, local stone and wood and traditional French architectural forms and colours merge seamlessly with modern, clean lines. Similarly, our furnishing collection draws on themes of the sea and vineyards fused with modern materials - to create a sophisticated, laid-back ambiance for the interior of your Patio Villa.
The latest kitchen appliances and bathroom fittings, as well as one-touch ‘domotic’ lighting, air-conditioning and wi-fi systems ensure these villas put you firmly in control of your environment. There’s even a dedicated ‘owners closet’ for you to store your personal belongings when renting your property out.
On the ground floor, a large lounge and open-plan kitchen dining room look out through floor-to-ceiling ’outside-in’ glass doors to the courtyard garden and pool. These glass doors slide back and disappear completely into walls - allowing you to meld inside with outside spaces, and invite the light, scents and sounds of the Mediterranean into your home.
Step out of your dining room or lounge on to a wooden-decked patio, the perfect place to dine ‘al fresco’ with friends. The pool, finished in mosaic tiles and surrounded by local stone, also features a counter-current flow for morning exercise sessions, and jacuzzi jets for a soothing evening massage. And should you want to throw a party, a sliding wood deck allows you to
cover the pool and add more space.
On the first floor, a bedroom with ensuite bathroom overlooks the courtyard garden and opens out onto a large roof-top terrace part-covered with an elegant pergola. From here, you can sit back with a glass of crisp Picpoul and watch the fishing boats darting about on the lagoon, and in the evening admire the lights climbing up the hill of Sète across the water.