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Situated on the southern tip of France, you will find the amazing Villa on the Rocks rental property located in Bandol, a small commune in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.   Designed by architect Rudy Ricciotti (who designed the Mucem Museum in Marseille), the 5 bedroom/8 bed/3 bathroom villa boasts an incredible 91-ft long lap pool that can be viewed from the inside and outside thanks to some extra thick, aquarium-style windows. 

Close to the sea and surrounded by vineyards, Villa on the Rocks looks pretty memorable for a vacation rental. 

Location: France
Nearest Airport:  Nice Airport 
Prices:  From £522.00 a night

The villa is comprised of four floors, three dedicated to living space and one consisting of an entrance hall in the lower part, and a large garage.


The main floor is comprised of the reception area with a vast lounge, a dining-room with open kitchen, a bedroom and bathroom. The living area leads out directly to the garden, terrace and pool.


The intermediate level consists of a bedroom, shower room, kitchenette, and a dormitory giving onto a terrace and, through transparency, the pool.


The lower level offers a bedroom with en-suite bathroom and study, a kitchenette and another bedroom-study with shower room, giving onto a terrace.


Bedroom 1

1 queen bed


Bedroom 2

1 double bed


Bedroom 3

1 double bed, 3 single beds


Bedroom 4

1 double bed, 1 single bed

Accommodation Insight

A real masterpiece of radical architecture, designed by the famous architect Rudy Ricciotti and completed in 2006. This elongated structure is built on four levels which overlap each other, artistically embracing the line of the slope and the shape of the rock on which it stands.



It occupies a commanding position on the commune of Bandol, 2.5 km from the sea and close to several renowned vineyard estates. It offers an excellent sunny outlook facing south and west, and a sweeping view with a glimpse of the sea. Quiet and with nothing on front of it, the property guarantees the utmost privacy, immersed in surrounding nature.


This home is most famous for its spectacular (and unique) 28-meter aquarium pool with transparent walls that look into the lower floor of the house. The light refracted through the water makes an impression on the lower level, infiltrating the space with aquatic hues and watery whirls.


Set in 5,000 sq.m of landscaped grounds, this spacious villa of 327 sq.m is laid out between a spectacular aquarium pool 28 x 2.5 m to the south, and an architectural flight of stairs 57 metres long to the north. It is crowned by a large gallery with natural overhead light. Perspectives and plays of light further emphasize the property’s beauty.

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