Camping Airotel Chanteclerc

Avenue du Val St-André, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13100, France | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence

From Toulon to Sanary to Cassis

A travel blog entry by hlavine


... as an alternative excursion. On this five hour tour, we enjoyed this quaint seaside village, Les Calanques, and the perfume store/museum where you could purchase fine colognes and perfumes, L'eau de Cassis. Cassis is also known for its white wines but having already partaken in Italy yesterday, we decided to forego it in the interest of taking a boat excursion of 45 minutes out to ...

Lourmarin-our Village

A travel blog entry by nairnboy


... the area that is closed off if you want to get out during the day)! So you park wherever you can. There does seem to be a lot of tourists here, with a great deal of cafés, restaurants and bars. There is also quite a few art type shops. The village is only flat at the centre and has one other flat area, the roads and wildly and steep. There is a Chateau ...

New Bikes out for a spin

A travel blog entry by jacquistravels


... that she likes – how lovely that these have been handed down through a generation.

Carol is from Miramas and never moved outside of this area to live, Eric is French and was born in Germany as his parents moved around a lot with his father’s work, they met in Aix-en-Provence approx 40 minutes from here and have two teenage daughters – (don’t need to say anymore other than they are teenagers!!)


A day in Provence

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith


... where he got his inspiration and those colours! And there were yet more Roman ruins and artefacts!!

Last stop was Baux de Provence perched a top a huge hill. Most of the houses were made of limestone and many were carved into the side of the hill. On top of the hill was the Chateau des Baux de Provence, a 10th century fortress. The view from the top was breathtaking. Well worth the walk even in 40 degree ...

Luberon villages

A travel blog entry by bjf347


... that Aix is a university town. Of it's 150,000 residents, 50,000 are students. No wonder there are so many young people out at night. Rick and Alice, I know you like university towns and that you are interested in maybe living in France for a while. Aix might be someplace you might consider. Audry did say it was very expensive, though.

I have literally hundreds of pictures from today, but I'll narrow it down. I'll probably put them all on line when we get home.


This hotel, located on Avenue du Val St-André, Aix-en-Provence, is near Montagne Sainte Victoire, Petit Palais, Pyrame Pneus, and Comptoir Sallier.
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