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

    Do you know the way to St Tropez??

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 26, 2014

    Today did not turn out exactly as we intended!!
    When down in the town yesterday we found out that there is a bus which runs along the coast, stopping at most resorts. The service on Sundays is quite restricted, but there was a bus to St Tropez at 11.35am and one back at 4pm.
    We packed our lunch etc and wandered down to town. We thought 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 ...

    The rough stuff in Var (Entrecasteaux week 2)

    A travel blog entry by norm.lawler on Sep 09, 2012

    1 comment

    ... was a bit sleepy and not much to see. Second village, Quinson, was more interesting. It's a small village in a very narrow valley where the sides of the valley were high sheer limestone cliffs. The Verdon river ran through the valley, but in an unexpected way. Instead of running along the valley, it ran across the valley through two small cracks in the limestone walls. The eastern side was dammed and generated hydro electricity. The ...

    Bastille Day pyrotechnics

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

    8 photos

    I awoke this morning to a stunning view from my bedroom window.
    After yesterday's rain, the atmosphere was clearer than I'd seen it and the view down to the Med was magnificent, with all the buildings and the features standing out with superb clarity.
    The air was crisp and cooler too - one of those perfect mornings. I decided to go for a walk and, ever since driving past the Royal Mougins Golf Course, I had been thinking it would be a lovely place for ...

    Cannes: A town with glamour

    A travel blog entry by sbmaestro on Sep 11, 2010

    21 photos

    ... built on a hill top for strategical purposes as the city expanded from its establishments in the islands. A fort was built on the top called Chateau de la Castre along with various buildings that were later replaced by 19th century houses. In the present, the castle now is a museum with exhibitions of various origins and styles. Today the castle is now called "Le Musée de la Castre"

    Finally, as the night owl that I like to be, we ...