Auberge des Sablons
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge des Sablons Belleville
Travel Blogs from Belleville
... down around the Golfe du Morbihan, the inland sea where 40 islands dot the gulf. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a park across the water from Saint-Nazaire. Staying near the coast, we stopped in Pornic to stretch our legs, buy some jackets (it’s getting cold), and have a glass of wine. Pornic was surprisingly nice, it’s one of those undiscovered places, off the beaten track of foreign tourists, but it was very busy with French tourists.
Day 4. Only done 280 miles. Lol. At this rate we'll only reach Bordeaux by the end of our hols. Best get our foot down. Trouble is.. We're so laid back and every where is so nice. 14.40 hrs arrived at our hotel in the city of Nantes. What a rush everything feels after being in the countryside. Parked car, Dropped bags off....lets go explore. Not our favourite city. Best ...
... during the ride, angler fish and manta rays that were suspended from a rotating ceiling and rocking boats, giant squid and articulated crustaceans that bend in the right spots via ingenious gears and pulleys... I could have spent the day there. Actually, we did- we abandoned the trip into old Nantes (partly due to more long queues) and spent the afternoon playing with the interactive sea creatures. We also spotted (but kept our distance from) the animatronic fire-rearing, ...
... was buzzing with activity, even on a Saturday night. Went to a club last night but the clan and I were disappointed with the techno/ lack of American music so we left pretty quickly. Today we dedicated to the works of Antonio Goudi. We went and saw two of his famous works, not sure what they were called, then spent several hours going through his unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia. This church is by far the coolest building I have ever seen. I purchased ...
... colour and actors. The music and movement of the water were very well put together and it was enjoyable to sit (in the shade) and watch it.
A new exhibit for 2015 is Les Amoureux de Verdun. It is made up of a very long tunnel which represents trenches from the Great War. The lighting is dimmed, the noise of battle is loud, the floor and surroundings shake as you are transported back to WW1. As you walked past exhibits there are ...