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Villa San Michele, Port Douglas

Mediterranean style holiday apartments situated in the heart of Port Douglas and only a short stroll from beautiful Four Mile Beach, Villas San Michele makes an ideal base to enjoy the village atmosphere of Port Douglas with outdoor cafes, fine dining restaurants and boutique shops all at the doorstep. There are two beautiful inground swimming pools and a spa with sun lounges and outdoor settings including a barbecue for guests use. The units are self-contained and air-conditioned, they also have ceiling fans for your comfort. All bedrooms have ensuites and boast a private balcony with an outdoor dining suite.

Villas San Michele is the perfect place to relax and explore the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest or the plethora of other activities in the region. However you could simply just shop and dine or relax on the beach or by the pool.

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Two Bedroom Deluxe

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