Club De Vacances

Address: Taxo d'Avall Chemin de Neguebous , Argeles-sur-Mer, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66701, France | 1 star campground
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This 1 star campground, located on Taxo d'Avall Chemin de Neguebous , Argeles-sur-Mer, is near The Royal Castle (Chateau Royal) and Archipel Plongee.
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    Travel Blogs from Argeles-sur-Mer

    Day 4 off to barcelona

    A travel blog entry by pennyann29 on Aug 03, 2015

    Checked out of our paris home and had a casual journey to gare de Lyon - till I realised the train went at 10.07 not 10.30! Luckily we just made the train! Our first class seats were spacious though not all together and no table. Rich played loads of cards while I got up to date with this. Easy journey to our ...

    Travelling Again - Collioure

    A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Jul 24, 2015

    12 photos

    ... undie designs out of the 4 you can get. I got the polka dot jersey and plain yellow boxers with the Tour de France sign on them.

    We went to the beach - it doesn't have sand it has stones. We had lunch on the beachfront at a restaurant. When we got into the water we saw a whole lot of fish. I nearly touched some but they are too fast. There are big and small fish everywhere. A storm was coming so the water was quite dark and scary. It was warm though.

    Then we ...

    DAY 11/June 24: Arthur Perpignan

    A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 24, 2015

    ... and we offered him some ham--that, he definitely was interested in. Then a local woman drove up and stopped. She said that she'd seen the dog at a different spot up the road that morning. There was no way we were leaving a dog in that situation, so we put him in the van with a plan to find a vet or a shelter on the way.

    The next town was La Bastide and it was a typical small French country ghost town although it did have ...

    Here we come France!

    A travel blog entry by marychaffin on Jun 14, 2014

    30 photos

    ... we are in the Catalunya region of France, the area that the treaty of Pyrennes took from Spain in 1659.

    We stopped a few times on the way. The first stop was a roadside wine vendor...we ignored that but the view was spectacular. We could see for miles down the Costa Brava and north into France. The wind was crazy strong.

    We then stopped for about 90 minutes in the town of Coulliers. It is a small pedestrian town with a ...

    Pretty village, not so good site

    A travel blog entry by thereays on May 28, 2013

    ... town.

    The route jiggles about a little, but, basically, is not difficult to find, if you remember you just have to keep heading down hill.

    This is much shorter, prettier, and quieter, than the route I took this morning, which simply followed the main road into town.