Villa Thalassa Art BnB
Bed and breakfast on the French Riviera in Le Lavandou, located between Toulon and St-Tropez, overlooking the beautiful beach of St-Clair famous for its turquoise crystal water. St-Clair beach is only a 15-minute walk away from the Villa.
Reward yourself with an exclusive and unique stay in our charming home, offering a panoramic view of the Mediterranean sea and the Golden Isles.
Villa Thalassa is nestled in the Massif des Maures hills, in a quiet and private setting, with typical Mediterranean 'ambiance'. During summer, you will appreciate relaxing on our terraces amoung pine trees, olive trees, eucalyptus, cork oaks and cypress, rocked by the soothing sound of cicadas. You will feel privileged to contemplate the wild garrigue of a classified natural site 'Espace Remarquable'.
You and your beloved will definitely enjoy cooling off in our large and deep swimming pool with its South exposition while admiring the Big Blue.
We look forward to welcoming you in one of our three VIP rooms, or in our exotic Gipsy trailer with sauna. We have no doubt that you will feel pampered and spoilt and enjoy a restful stay as well as a full relaxation.
In the morning, enjoy a true moment of conviviality, on the terrace or in the dining room, both have stunning view on the Mediterranean and the St-Clair bay. We will be happy to serve you our fresh gourmet continental breakfast.
Let the beauty of the region inspire you. Take your time to discover Le Lavandou -an authentic fishermen village- and its 12 amazing beaches with thin sand and small coves.
After a day of exploration, enjoy our outdoor terraces on the garrigue side, or our lounge space on the mezzanine specially reserved for you to spend quality time, read, rest, share or celebrate with your loved ones.
Reservations can be made on our website at anytime.
For any information, you can contact us every day, Monday through Sunday, 9 am to 8 pm by phone, by email.
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This page was last updated: 19 April 2017