Villa d'Agay

Côte d'Azur, France

  • 10
  • 5
  • 3
  • Delightfully positioned hilltop villa
  • In seaside village of Agay
  • Walking distance to beach
  • Shops, restaurants and watersports 5-minute walk

You may not have heard of the seaside village of Agay. An hour west of the infinitely more famous resort town of Cannes, this charming coastal enclave sits at the foot of the Estérel Mountains, between a national forest and expanse of sandy beach.

At the top of the village is Villa d’Agay, enclosed in a delightful garden just a few minutes’ walk from the beach. Part of a private estate, it comes with access to a park shared with other residents – an extra outdoor space that you’re likely to have to yourself.

The villa is comfortable and bright with a covered terrace encircled by palm trees and flowering shrubs – an ideal spot for al fresco dining with the local market and village shops just a short stroll away. There’s also a lower ground floor apartment – perfect for teens, a nanny or grandparents who’d like their own space.

The local area

For those fond of activities, mountain bike hire, tennis, diving, waterskiing and horse riding are all available in Agay itself, along with restaurants for refuelling. Explore the coastline a little further and discover a treasure trove of sandy beaches and hidden coves sheltered by pine groves. The lively town of Fréjus is 15km away and the legendary resorts of the Côte d’Azur are also close at hand. In summer, they’re buzzing with crowds who come to soak up the glitz and glamour and, in May, don’t be surprised to feel the ripple effect of the Cannes Film Festival.

Inland you can enjoy a different perspective with a rich tapestry of charming hilltop villages and the valley towns of Draguignan, Lorgues and the beautiful Abbaye du Thoronet.

The Mediterranean coastline of the Var region enjoys 430km of sandy beaches, hidden coves sheltered by pine groves, and some of the most enjoyable resorts in the heart of the Côte d’Azur. Although the experience can be somewhat fraught in the summer months, if you can brave the crowds there are delightful towns all along the coast and inland. St-Tropez was a sleepy fishing village until the 1930s when its magical coastal light was discovered by artists, to be followed several decades later by the international jet set. Nowadays it is one of many Côte d’Azur resorts seeing the rich and famous from all over pitching up in their superyachts. Ste-Maxime faces St-Tropez across its harbour, and has a fine beach; Fréjus and St-Raphaël are pleasantly tranquil, overlooked by the lovely rugged scenery of the Massif de l'Estérel.



  • 5 bedroom villa (sleeps 10)

Ground floor

  • Living/dining area 
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with full oven, hob, microwave, coffee-maker, fridge-freezer, dishwasher
  • Kitchen opens up to side terrace
  • 2 double bedrooms, both lead onto balcony/terrace
  • Bunk bedroom
  • Triple bedroom (bunk beds and one single bed), leads onto balcony
  • Bathroom with WC
  • Shower room with WC
  • WC

Lower ground floor

  • Sitting/TV/games room, sliding doors lead to pool terrace
  • Double bedroom, sliding doors to pool terrace
  • Shower room with WC


  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Simpson Travel telephone representative
  • Air conditioning in all the bedrooms
  • Pool towels provided 
  • Highchair
  • Washing machine
  • 2 cots (linen not provided)
  • TV, DVD and CD players
  • Heating €150/week
  • Alarm
  • Barbecue
  • Private swimming pool 10m x 5m (depth 1.2m – 1.8m), Roman steps, electric security cover, open mid-May to mid-October


  • Weekly linen change for bookings of two weeks or more
  • Cleaning 3 hours/week included on Saturdays for bookings of two weeks or more
  • Additional cleaning €16/hour (2 hour minimum)
  • All services payable locally
  • Prices quoted are subject to change

Access times

  • Check-in time – 4.30-7.00pm
  • Check-out time – 10.00am 

Getting there

  • Airports

    Nice 56km
    Toulon 106km
    Marseille 162km
  • TGV stations

    St-Raphaël 10km
    Cannes 29km
    Les Arcs 43km
    Antibes 45km
    Nice 62km
    Menton 93km


  • 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.


  • Restaurants/shops (Agay) 5min walk
  • Beach (Agay) 20min walk
  • St-Raphael 20min drive
  • Fréjus 25min drive


Although this property is booked on an accommodation-only basis, we can arrange your flights for an extra charge of £25 per person, plus the cost of the flights themselves.

Below are the flight options available, including the most convenient airports in France to help you reach your destination as quickly and easily as possible.

Nice 56km/1hr drive

Departure airport Airline Flight days Seasonality
London Gatwick British Airways Sat/Sun All season
London Gatwick easyJet Sat/Sun All season
London Heathrow British Airways Sat/Sun All season
London City British Airways Sat/Sun 10 Mar – 29 Sep
London Luton easyJet Sat/Sun All season
London Stansted easyJet Sat/Sun All season
Bristol easyJet Sat/Sun All season
Liverpool easyJet Sat/Sun All season
Newcastle easyJet Saturday 28 Apr – 1 Sep
Belfast easyJet Saturday 28 Apr – 1 Sep
Edinburgh easyJet Sat/Sun All season
Leeds Bradford Jet2 Saturday 26 May – 29 Sep
Leeds Bradford Jet2 Saturday 5 May – 23 Sep (Sat)
30 Sep – 27 Oct (Sun)

Toulon 106km/1hr 25min drive

Departure airport Airline Flight days Seasonality
Southampton Flybe Sunday 27 May – 23 Sep

Marseille 162km/1hr 55min drive

Departure airport Airline Flight days Seasonality
London Heathrow British Airways Sat/Sun All season
London Stansted Ryanair Sat/Sun All season
London Gatwick easyJet Sat/Sun All season
London Luton easyJet Sunday All season
Bristol easyJet Saturday 21 Apr – 1 Sep
Manchester easyJet Saturday 21 Apr – 1 Sep

Customer feedback

The villa was excellent for our party of six adults and three children and with three floors it gave a degree of privacy when required. Once we had found everything, the villa had recently been altered and refurbished, it was very well equipped. The pool and pool area were outstanding with lots of chairs and sunbeds. Overall excellent and would book again.
Mrs Susan Insch – July 2016

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Describing the Côte d’Azur as merely glamorous is to undervalue its charms. Of course, resorts such as St-Tropez and Ste-Maxime have enticed decades of glitterati to their sandy shores, but there’s far more behind the glitz and shimmer. 

Traditional villages appear on picturesque coastlines and unspoilt hilltops; there’s Grasse, ‘the perfume capital of the world’, and the waterways of Port Grimaud, while Bandol has long been a seaside retreat for artists and writers. And along with the golden beaches, there are cliffs and mountains that make the Côte d’Azur area a far wilder story.

Discover the best of the Côte d’Azur in our handpicked luxury villas.

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