Yelloh Les Secrets de Camargue

Address: Rte de l'Espiguette , Le Grau Du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30240, France | 4 star campground
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This 4 star campground, located on Rte de l'Espiguette , Le Grau Du Roi, is near Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Ecurie des Dunes, Golf de la Grande-Motte, and Constance Tower.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Yelloh Les Secrets de Camargue Le Grau Du Roi

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Le Grau Du Roi

    Saturday market Arles

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Sep 12, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... including a kind of focaccia, apparently typical of the Camargue. For ready-to-eat or take-away food there were huge dishes of paella as we have seen all over Arles. As you would expect, there were huge stalls of cheese, some selling only goats cheese and others only sheep's cheese. Stalls of tapenade of all kinds, and lots of honey stalls. Tomatoes of the 'ancien' kind as well large and small cherry tomatoes ...

    Around the city of Arles

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Sep 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... rarely very sophisticated but often quite amusing. Colourful umbrellas hang in one of the side streets. Today we met Mariette for the second time and went for a stroll around the arena and the old amphitheatre before coffee then a trip to a photography exhibition in the Museé Réattu. Photography is highly regarded here. Arles was the location of the first school ...

    On to Provence

    A travel blog entry by swannieg on Aug 08, 2015


    ... and it was forced to close.

  • We visit a number of the many small art galleries and local artisinale shops. Some very talented people in this village and its surrounds. Wish we could get some of it home with us.
  • It is a very hot day and with so many hot sweating tourists in town we decide a siesta may be a good idea. We emerge an hour or two later to find they are all still here, now taking up all the good drinking spots in the centre of town! We eventually find ...

  • The School Week and ...

    A travel blog entry by thetonies on Feb 26, 2015

    17 photos

    ... a 10 minute timeframe to get the kids safely into the school gates, they are locked after 8.45am and you have to ring a bell to get them in. Gates are unlocked again by individual teachers with kids only being allowed to exit once the parents are sighted. Imagine having locked school gates in New Zealand.
    For those that know St Brigid’s drop off and car parking hassles in the morning and at pick up – this place is like rush hour on steroids – ...

    A trip to Tarascon

    A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs on Jul 01, 2014

    8 photos

    Happy Canada Day! Today we decided to visit the nearby Provençal town of Tarascon. It's known for its medieval castle right on the Rhone River and is only half an hour ride by bus. Sold! After adjusting plans slightly (French bus stops are far more philosophical than their North American counterparts, being much less concerned about mundane concepts like "time" and "space" so they can arbitrarily show up anywhere and anytime), we got on the bus ...