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Enjoy the French Way of Life in a Designer Neo-Provencal Villa...



















Enjoy the French Way of Life in a Designer Neo-Provencal Villa in Ramatuelle

Basking in glorious Mediterranean sunshine on a chaise longue by the pool, partying at swanky beach clubs, and enjoying long leisurely lunches on shady terraces are the stuff dream French Riviera vacations are made of, and Villa Rudy in Ramatuelle provides all these things in spades.

Designed by award-winning French architect Rudy Ricciotti, this fabulous Neo-Provencal style property features bright, modern interiors adorned with eye-popping artwork, as well as a private helipad and a stunning teal-colored swimming pool lined with classy sun loungers and scented pine trees.

Accompanying the 7 ensuite bedrooms is a spacious open-plan living/dining area perfect for entertaining.

Surrounded by 20,000m2 of lush Mediterranean forests, the holiday rental is within walking distance from Pampelonne beach and has all the amenities you could possibly hope for.

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