Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune

Address: Boulevard de l'Almandin, Saint-Cyprien, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66750, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Boulevard de l'Almandin, Saint-Cyprien.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune Saint-Cyprien

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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Cyprien

    Le Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

    22 photos

    ... Just a pity that Cadel was putting in shocker, but still cheered him and any other Aussie along. Back down the mountain, we moved our tent away from the Germans and close to the nice Dutch guy and his son, who we chatted with quite a bit during our stay at the pool, and had a pretty ordinary nights sleep before we got up early to get out before the roads closed and to find a spot to watch the start of the following stage, where we met an old Aussie fella from Queensland ...

    The return

    A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Jun 23, 2012

    7 photos

    ... to Sete 240km long and crossing more than 60 locks is an amazing engineering feat. The locks are quite different to ours and a different shape; bulbous; because of the design of the original barges of the time. Not so easy for modern boating craft to manoevre but very entertaining to see them try.
    We had a lovely meal at Capestang when we docked to complete the trip. John finally had some Moule which are not plentiful at ...

    Market day

    A travel blog entry by jannettek on Apr 24, 2012

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... Quite a few of the family grave areas are covered by a little glass house. In many cases quite a number of bodies are interred under the one grave stone.

    We drove into the Perigord Noir area, where dark green trees dominate the hills. We were lucky that in Le Bugue we were in ...

    Eiffel tower with some wine

    A travel blog entry by mike_wiechecki on Mar 10, 2012

    ... caused several collapses including a roadway which dropped 25 m into the ground. They started strengthening the tunnels although then they were having an overflow in the cemeteries. One part of the tunnel collapsed below a cemetery causing the contents to spew out onto the streets. To fix the problems, King Louis decided to start filling the catacombs with the deceased. So now the tunnels are lined with thousands of bones in a weird and eerie ...


    A travel blog entry by travellin.light on Jan 03, 2012

    10 photos

    ... we were there we enjoyed a long hike into the hills and along a ridge which rewarded us with 360 degree panaramic views. This year we contented ourselves with a drive along the coast road and a stroll around town, enjoying the buzz and all the arts and crafts shops. Collioure is of course famed for its fantastic light conditions, enjoyed by Picasso, Matisse and many other painters.

    A great start to 2012!