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  • Contemporary and cosy family villa
  • Private pool, can be heated
  • Close to forest trails
  • Many nearby activities
  • Moliets beach 15-minute walk

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In the Royal Club Aquitaine estate of Moliets-Plage, a residential area, attractive Villa Aliénor is a leisurely 15-minute walk from the golden expanse of Moliets’ main beach, and also close to the quieter Chênes-Lièges, a lovely Plage Verte within a nature reserve.

Warmly welcoming and cosily styled, the contemporary single-storey layout makes it easy if you’ve got little ones, and outside, a small lawn and an enclosed pool with optional heating keep it toddler friendly and a great spot to enjoy in the cooler months of summer. There’s also an electric barbecue for evenings eating al fresco on the decked terrace.

The local area

A short drive from the village of Moliets-et-Maa and surrounded by pine forests interwoven with peaceful cycle trails, this is the perfect base to relax into the natural beauty of your surroundings – and make the most of them. Meanwhile, its proximity to the beach puts kitesurfing, windsurfing and bodyboarding on the agenda, as well as the challenge of finding your feet on a surfboard!

Much of the area’s beach life is centred on Moliets’ impressive and highly organised main beach. The promenade leading down to the sand, lined with boutiques, surf shops and places to eat, is relatively touristy, but extremely family friendly. You could let teens flex their independence here for a few hours: there’s plenty to keep them occupied, in addition to the tennis courts nearby. And after the fun of the Atlantic Ocean’s tumbling surf, there’s a gentler side of beach life to be found around the charming Lac de Léon, including paddle-boarding, kayaking, pedalos and La Haut Aventure Park all about a ten-minute drive away.

Meanwhile, pretty Léon village is Moliets’ quieter, more traditional cousin with morning markets and at least three good local restaurants. It’s also a five-minute drive from the tranquil Courant d’Huchet nature reserve, where the main attraction is a guided gondola trip down to the coast through lush scenery described as the Amazon of Les Landes.

Days out

Hossegor, a 25-minute drive away, is where the laid-back surfer vibe of California meets the sophistication of France – and image-conscious teens will love it! Its excellent food hall, designer surf wear and chic markets and boutiques also make it a destination for shopping as well as soaking up beach life at its best. Nearby Capbreton offers a more authentic taste of coastal life and its renowned marina restaurants are where the locals go to sample the catch of the day from the local fish market.

The Pays Basque offers a different side of Aquitaine, with historic villages and rolling hills. The capital, Bayonne, is rarely on the tourist radar, but it’s a historic gem with a stunning cathedral as well as being the chocolate capital of France! A little further along the coast, you’ll find Biarritz, where Belle Époque glamour sits alongside a vibrant shopping, eating and cultural scene – all the more impressive for its dramatic coastal location.

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  • 4 bedroom villa (sleeps 2-6)

Ground floor

  • Open-plan living/dining area, fireplace, TV, DVD player, music dock/speaker
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine 
  • Master double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (no WC)
  • Double bedroom
  • Double bedroom (can be converted into a twin on request)
  • Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room (no WC)
  • Family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath (no WC)
  • 2 WCs

Please note that although there are four bedrooms, the maximum occupancy of this villa is six people.


  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Iron, ironing board, hairdryer and pool towels provided
  • Cot, highchair and baby changing mat
  • Electric barbecue
  • Decked terrace with shaded area, sunbeds and garden furniture
  • Solar-powered outdoor shower
  • Private swimming pool 5m x 10m (depth 1m – 1.9m), can be heated, £200/week supp applies
  • Smoking is not permitted in the villa
  • Underground garage for 2-3 cars
  • Nearby activities include surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, kayaking, golf, cycling, horse-riding, birdwatching, fishing, course landaise, adrenaline park, aqua parc
  • For further information on Terms and Conditions specific to this French property please click  here


  • All properties with WiFi are able to support basic functionality such as web browsing and checking emails*

* We aim to offer an uninterrupted service but sometimes due to factors beyond our control reliability can be affected.

Villa access times

  • Check-in time – 5.00-7.00pm
  • Check-out time – 10.00am


  • Weekly change of linen, bath and pool towels for bookings of two weeks or more
  • Light mid-stay clean for bookings of two weeks or more

Getting there

  • Airports
    Biarritz 75km
    Bordeaux 160km
    Bilbao 215km
  • Ferry ports
    Bilbao 220km
    Santander 320km
    St Malo 680km
    Calais 1,020km
  • TGV stations
    Dax 40km
    Bayonne 60km


  • Moliets beach 15min walk (1km)
  • Chênes-Lièges (beach) 15min walk (1km)
  • Courant d’Huchet nature reserve 5min drive
  • Restaurants/supermarket/bakery (Moliets-Plage) 6min drive (2km)
  • Lac de Léon 15min drive (10km)
  • Waterpark 25min drive (20km)
  • Hossegor beach and centre 25min drive (22km)


For information on travel routes, please visit our France flights and ferries page.

Excellent service from start to finish. From the moment we booked the holiday everyone we dealt with was professional and helpful. We were contacted by Jonathan prior to our holiday who helped us with numerous queries, from booking vet appointments to recommending places to eat and even suggesting alternative routes when major roads were closed due to the forest fires. Both houses were of an excellent standard and the local reps were both very knowledgeable and available to answer any queries. The Simpson App is also a really useful feature, especially if you are travelling as a large group. The attention to detail provides a truly personal service. We had an amazing holiday and will definitely be booking through Simpson Travel again in the future.

Joanna Burford, August 2022

We love Alienor. The house is spacious and elegantly comfortable. The pool is beautiful too. The location is ideal with so much to do all around and being able to walk to the beach makes it the perfect place to stay.

Claire Hitchcock, June 2022

A beautiful location with stunning beaches and numerous cycle routes. The house was perfect and very close to the beach. There’s lots to do and it is very well equipped.

Sarah, August 2019

Such a brilliant service from Simpson Travel! Accommodation was wonderful and location perfect. We had the best family holiday to date!

Mrs Foyle, July 2019

Great villa in a great location. This is a new area of France for us, but we would thoroughly recommend it to anyone – lots to do and see and some great food!

John B, July 2019

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Once entirely marshland, this region is now a natural playground of sand dunes and beaches, pine forests and picturesque lakes, where walking and cycling are the most pleasurable ways of getting around. An idyllic meeting of France and California with truly spectacular waves and wide-ranging cuisine, upmarket Hossegor thrives on a surfing culture of stylish, laid-back living. However, in authentic Capbreton next door, and many of the towns and villages no more than an hour away, the historical roots go deeper and there’s much to explore.   

Visit our collection of handpicked villas in Hossegor and the Landes Coast to complete your luxury holiday on the Aquitaine Coast. 

Read more on our Aquitaine Coast region page

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