Imagine a little corner of paradise, accessible by sea and air, with a private waterfront and heliport. Ideally located, on the pristine island of Sainte- Marguerite, in the Lérins Islands archipelago you’ll find it, at Villa Jardin. A divine setting, for a most remarkable Mediterranean retreat, truly fit for royals and the world’s most discerning clientele.
Villa Jardin is a 13th-century property, surrounded by a 14,000 sqm botanical park and home to a remarkable fauna, consisting of cypresses, palm trees, olive trees, fruit trees, and local flowers. One of the most exclusive properties, in the French Riviera.
With its natural wealth of serene beauty and lavish interiors, Villa Jardin was previously home to renowned royals and the world’s elite, from Louis XIV to Richelieu. The Villa’s historic architecture and contemporary touches create a truly unique experience. Rock flooring, white and grey marble, and neutral beige teak wood floors, the highest-quality nubuck leather, grandiose chandeliers, and velvet touches, are all part of the signature materials found at Villa Jardin.
Twelve, lavishly designed and furnished bedrooms, are spread over four buildings, which guests can enjoy in complete isolation and seclusion. The Villa’s lush gardens offer numerous outdoor lounges for relaxing or reading, an outdoor pool, and a fountain with filtered natural water, as well as workout spaces, such as yoga zones. Revel in an extraordinary health and wellness experience, enjoy the villa’s sauna, and hammam and have the staff personalize and enhance your stay with a private fitness coach or massage and therapy sessions.
The villa is built around the concept of sustainability and runs on a farm-to-table concept with its vast fruit and vegetable garden surrounded by olive and lemon trees giving it that authentic Mediterranean feel. Dine al-fresco, with family and friends, and treat yourself to five-star cuisine, prepared by your own personal chef, while you enjoy wines from the villa’s own cellar.
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