La Vierge Noire

Address: 4 avenue des Pins, Ste-Maxime, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83120, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 avenue des Pins, Ste-Maxime, is near Port Grimaud and Pampelonne Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Ste-Maxime

      Beautiful Cannes

      A travel blog entry by andreclark on Nov 20, 2014

      33 photos

      We found the sun in Cannes! Cannes is a ritzy little town in France. Tons of nightlife and a beach overlooking the Golfe de la Nopoule. We only spent 1 night here, but we got in a good view of the city and the people. The pictures capture the ...

      Relaxing on the French Riviera

      A travel blog entry by 76onabike on Jul 13, 2013

      5 comments, 29 photos

      ... and one meanders through tiny cobbled lanes lined with fabulous art galleries, boutiques and restaurants.. . Vines clamber up the ancient walls and Bougainvillea seems to erupt from the most unlikely places, vivid, unruly and utterly glorious....... What a marvellous place.
      Another memorable day was spent with Eric's niece Anne-Lise, and her husband Jeannot who love Provence, and know many of it's ...

      Something about the Passes

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 23, 2012

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... off the mountain and allowing an all year round transit.

      The Great St Bernard Pass is famous for its monastery, established in 1049 AD by Bernard, Archdeakin of Aosta, and for the St Bernard dogs used by the monks to sniff out travellers buried in the snow. Some of the dogs were equipped with a barrel of beer (not brandy) to revive the rescued. The monastery was well equipped to cater for the travelling public of the day which commonly included pilgrims ...

      Bastille Day pyrotechnics

      A travel blog entry by tom.a.marshall on Jul 14, 2011

      8 photos

      ... br> When I told Juliet of my plan, she said "wait for me and I'll come with you," so I did.
      I'd worked out a circuit on Google maps while I was waiting for her to get ready and jotted down the street names and which way to turn.
      It was down a steep hill to start with and I was thinking, there's going to be the corollary of this somewhere along the way.
      There's not much room for cars, so you can imagine there's virtually no room for pedestrians, ...

      Cannes: A town with glamour

      A travel blog entry by sbmaestro on Sep 11, 2010

      21 photos

      ... to Cannes at night to scope some of its nightlife. There are two clubs that stand out in this city: Bali and Palm Beach! The establishments are greatt, and the music selection is very entertaining, but it can be quite annoying when the exclusivity of these places make it difficult to enjoy time with you friends without having to spend exuberant amounts of doughhh! Evenstill, Cannes up stands up to its name as a town for flash and class!

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