Grand Hotel Du Golfe
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Du Golfe Argeles-sur-Mer
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Had a good trip yesterday, the majority of it was on the A75 which is dual carriageway, unfortunately using local roads would have taken far too long. The road was fairly quiet but as the altitude increased so did the thickness of fog which we were in for about 30 miles then we were back in brilliant sunshine. Looking out of the van window now the sunshine is about to continue today.
The site is really rustic, there are few marked out ...
... to be a very popular place for wind surfers and paddle boarding as the coast is almost like a lagoon here and you would think it very sheltered and safe, but it must get windy. We decide to have a stroll into near by Leucate about 850m and it is fairly straight forward really, with a few small shops cafes/restaurants and a bread shop for the morning, so we are all set. Time to walk back for a cup of tea and put away hats and scarves and to get out shirts and ...
... in Isle sur Tete, GPL there too and on to Collioure. No change at Collioure, one gets what one pays for, a good stopover! Today, October 18th we walked into Collioure through the town and enjoyed the market, very colourful, a coffee on the sea front and a wander through the steep town enjoying the art on display. Reminiscent of Chefchaouen in Morocco but not entirely blue. Now we are getting to know the place then worth a return another ...
... 50 years. We also visited his museum of jewelery, which has some designs that are truly lovely as well as being zany and unusual.
After digesting that part of the Dali experience it was on to Cadaques on the nearby Costa Brava, a beautiful original little fishing port where Dali and Gala lived between 1930 and 1982, when Gala died. On the trip over to Cadaques we climbed over wind-swept Mediterranean coastal ...
... made very welcome, maps and information and our room was great. We took a wander down to the oceanfront where the harbour was surrounded by small restaurants/bars and shops -each had their turn in the sunlight! We became tragic tourists and travelled on the tourist road train which went for an hour and did a great job of travelling the extremely narrow streets , past some beautiful crystal clear coves and exclusive houses onto the site of ...