Forbes Magazine, the undisputed bible of American business founded in 1917 by Betie Charles Forbes, writes about the Lux La Baraquette resort, its villas and vineyard.
Defined as an “incredible” destination by the journalist, Lux La Baraquette is already a true seaside resort in the south of France. The French’Touch and the wonderful work of Slow Life Architects are highlighted, as well as Propriétés & Co, the developer. Overlooking the Etang de Thau, a UNESCO World Heritage site, this extension of the village of Marseillan is sure to appeal to an international clientele, attracted by the French art of living, but also by the most beautiful wine regions of France.
Beyond the 133 apartments, the 30 suites with Mediterranean patio and four particularly “spectacular” beachfront villas, to use its own expression, Lux La Baraquette finally has, in its French charm, an American dimension.
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