Hotel Cap Riviera

Address: 21, rue de Claviers, Saint-Aygulf, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83370, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 21, rue de Claviers, Saint-Aygulf, is near Cite Episcopale, Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer), and Grotte de Miro.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Aygulf

    So nice in Nice

    A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 22, 2015

    8 photos

    I get the feeling that Nice has changed a bit since The Stranglers sang the lines "So nice in Nice, so nice and neat..."

    Neat isn't the word I'd use to describe it. It's definitely a city of contrasts, and a great place for people watching. We enjoyed our visit a lot.

    We went to the flower market, but it was Monday so it was antiques not flowers. Most of the stall holders were either doing the crossword, or on their mobile phones. A few were painting.

    We ...

    Saint Paul de Vence and more

    A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Feb 17, 2015

    18 photos

    ... to Saint Paul de Vence, a small medieval village only about 20 minutes north of where we live. You can see from the pictures just how picturesque the town is. The village itself isn't huge, but you could spend the whole day wandering through the streets, peeking into tiny allies and admiring the architecture. This village is also home to lots of modern art, so just about every other shop is an art gallery. I was planning on still going to ...

    Day 61 (Cinque Terre/Nice)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jul 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... your tickets to Toulouse so by the time we checked into the hostel it had started to get a bit dreary. We decided we'd go anyway, and all got our bathers and headed to just check out the beach. As soon as we left it started raining heavily, so we retreated to an incredibly expensive cafe where we all had terrible coffee. I finally had the affogato I'd been craving but it was severely lacking in Icecream. After that we decided we'd just walk down to the beach and have a geeze. ...

    Why I don't work for Lonely Planet

    A travel blog entry by ladieswotyacht on Jun 20, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    What a difference a day makes. One minute you’re picking the raisins out of the guests muesli (they don’t like too much fruit), hoovering stripes in to the carpet and polishing the bloom off of the pineapple stalks (not a joke!!) and the next, you are sitting on the dock in Antibes, with a fold of cash, a mobile phone sim card, a great reference and all your belongings stuffed in a rucksack.
    It seems my Captain, concerned about how I ...

    Antibes, Cavaillon, & "HOME"

    A travel blog entry by andreatoll on Jul 08, 2012

    4 photos

    ... such a thing as a town in France that's NOT cute? Doubt it.

    Got to Antibes & had a very nice lunch at..... yep, a quaint French cafe'. Had the 'combo plate', otherwise known as: Tapas. And, the best cappucino yet!

    Visited the small Picasso museum (he lived there in his later years) which displayed some of his work from the last few years of his life. I am not much for looking at paintings/art by famous artists, but ...