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Cap Benat

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A PRIVATE ESCAPE WITH AN EXCLUSIVE VIEW OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

This 800 sq meter villa is ensconced in 4000 square meters of lush greenery in the Domaine du Cap Bénat estate, in an exclusive area of the Mediterranean coast. The supremely private estate complete with security guards is situated within a gorgeous 395 acre greenbelt. The villa disappears into the landscape having been built from stones from local quarries. Near the villa, visitors can enjoy Bormes-les-Mimosas, a quaint Provencal village. For more shopping and experiences, Le Lavandou is only a 15 minute drive. The spacious villa can accommodate 14 guests plus personal staff and offers a gym room, home theater, heated pool, Jacuzzi, and more.

Max Group Size14
Bedrooms7
Bathrooms7
Air ConditionedYes
Children AllowedYes
WifiYes
Distance from nearest town45 min
Distance from airport95 min
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do
Room Details
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do

Room Details

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Room Details

Main House

First Floor
  • Bedroom one (king) has a dressing room, ensuite bathroom (bathtub, separate shower, washbasin, and separate WC), and private
    terraces overlooking the pool with Jacuzzi and sea view.
Lower Level
  • Bedroom two (king) has an en-suite bathroom
    (bathtub, separate shower, washbasin, and WC), and opens out onto the pool terrace.
  • Bedroom three (2 single) has a dressing room, en-suite bathroom (shower, washbasin, and WC), and opens out onto the pool terrace.
  • Bedroom four (2 single) has an en-suite shower room (shower, washbasin, and WC), and opens out onto the pool terrace.
  • Bedroom five (queen) has an en-suite shower room (shower,
    washbasin, and WC), and opens out onto the pool terrace.
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Guest House

Ground Floor
  •  Bedroom six (king) has an en-suite bathroom (circular bathtub, separate shower, double washbasins, and WC), and private terrace
    overlooking the pool area.
  • Bedroom seven (bunk beds) has a- small en-suite shower room (shower, washbasin, and WC), and doors opening onto a lawned terrace.
Lower Level - Staff Wing
  • Bedroom eight (2 single) has a  shared shower room with WC.
  • Bedroom nine (2 single) has a  shared shower room with WC.

Services & Amenities

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Included Services

  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Welcome Basket
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Amenities

  • Beach Access
  • Full A/C
  • Helicopter Pad
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Pentanque Court
  • Private Mooring
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Wifi
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Features

Additional Services

  • Pool Heating
  • Chef
  • Babysitter
  • In-Villa Spa Service

Events & Places

Hit the Beach

With a long list of beaches, St. Tropez has lured sun seekers from all over the globe. Some of the best known include Pampelonne Beach, Tahiti Beach and Moorea. Most offer water sport activities and beach side dining.

The Old Port

Walk the wide promenade along St. Tropez's old port and take in the array of fishing craft and luxurious yachts. Don't forget the ancient market and the daily fish market that offer some of the freshest fish and produce in the region.

Les Voiles de St. Tropez

Each year at the end of September, sailboat aficionados descend on the town for what has become a renowned sailboat regatta.

Shop 'til you drop

Luxurious, chic and expensive are all words that can be used to descibe the myriad of boutiques and shops that line the water in the old town. Move away from the water to find more modest shops.

Front row seat at Cannes

If you find yourself vacationing on the French Riviera in May, stay around to watch some of the phenomenal films and enjoy the glamorous after-parties.

Timeless charm

Cote d’Azur’s timeless charm is best observed from a restaurant overlooking the azure Mediterranean. Go shopping on the palm-peppered Promenade de la Croisette and sit down for lunch at one of the spectacular restaurants overlooking the deep blue Mediterranean Sea.

Le Vieux Nice

Perhaps one of the most famous spots on Cote d’Azur, Nice is overflowing with beautiful sights. No place is as glamorous and poignant as Nice’s Old Town, where you’ll find silk scarves and crepes alike.

For Kids

The Citadel

Above the village sits the Citadel built in the 1600's. The views from the fortress are spectacular and the fortress is home to The Museum of Maritime History, housed in the former dungeons.

Book a Boat

Various tours offer boat rides up and down the coast of the Riviera for families who wish to explore the area. Many include snorkeling, fishing and a myriad of activities.

Azur Park

Get away from the village and enjoy the rides and food of the region's best amusement park. A nice way to let the kids burn off some steam.

Maison des Papillons

With specimans from around the world the Butterfly Museum is a treat with more than 35,000 items on display. From the weird to the beautiful, the collection is considered one of the most complete anywhere.

Enjoy the Water

While on the dazzling beaches why not engage your family in a popular watersport? Activities can include everything from kayaking and parasailing to snorkeling and jet-skiing.

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