Address: 4 Boulevard de Front de Mer, Portiragnes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34420, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Boulevard de Front de Mer, Portiragnes, is near Vinecole.
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    Travel Blogs from Portiragnes

    Delightful marina, perfect sunny day.

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 09, 2015

    9 photos

    ... is everyone seems jolly. At the end of the town is a ruined castle that was built in the 9th century for protection and in the 13th century the town was granted half revenue from traders as a toll for passage through to the Med. As with all things that slowly become unimportant, the castle has slowly fallen into decline and stone has been robbed by locals to build their own houses. It has however been granted protection as a world heritage ...


    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 08, 2015

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    ... Phil got back with Tess, the monster motor home behind us opened its back hatch to put their car away! This wasn't a motor home it was as big as a big coach with a garage. It had a winch inside to pull the car up the ramps and within mins they were off. It was only a short drive to Gruissan where the aire is huge, it can take up to 80 vans, although not that many this time of year. We are parked up about 100ft from the sea but its ...

    The Bison Farm

    A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 01, 2015

    38 photos

    ... St Jean d'Alcas. Just a small medieval village with a 15C fort. A lovely example of how people lived then. Narrow lanes with a trough running down the centre. The aire was OK but it was very sloping and between the graveyard and noisy howling dogs. The journey up to the village was narrow and tiring.
    Another day, another trip up and down mountains. The amazing patterns in the rocks and the stacks of harder rocks, made an ...

    Bagging our first French Col!

    A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Jul 10, 2015

    ... saw a huge old archaeological site which had really old ruins everywhere. They found a lot of old prehistoric creatures here.

    We finished the ride in Salasc (just South of Lac du Salagou, a picturesque village) we went to a fountain where we washed our face and finished our ride with a coke. Our ride took 1 hr (30mins to the Col and 30mins to Salasc) It was awesome. The temperature was 31 degrees but didn't feel like it. I got up to 40 km/hr, Olli got up to 40.1 km/hr.

    Then we drove home, had a rest and lunch, ...


    A travel blog entry by suetrip2014 on Jun 18, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... is we're they make the famous vermouth s we had a special tour as Liz & Jean are friends of the people that run it fascinating, had some good sampling as well. We went and had dinner at the harbour Snails, Oysters all prawns all on a bed of seaweed, lovely also of course Good French wine to drink . Another lovely ...