Hotel Mas Bellevue

Address: Route de Tahiti , St-Tropez, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83990, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Route de Tahiti , St-Tropez, is near Port Grimaud, Pampelonne Beach, and Maison Ocoa.
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        Travel Blogs from St-Tropez

        Road trip

        A travel blog entry by roberttener on Jun 29, 2013

        5 photos

        ... and were being followed by several semi trailers. Needless to say we had to back out of toll booth and go into a cash lane. Finally made it to St Tropez and after a quick drive around town (with no luck finding a park) we headed out to the supermarket and a quick stop at maccas for lunch and wi-fi. With the wifi we found a little aire a few Km's outside the town. Made it there after ...

        A day in Saint-Tropez!!

        A travel blog entry by trippingkiwi on Aug 06, 2012

        7 photos

        Oh Saint-Tropez..

        So on Monday, although I was still staying with David, he had to go to Work, so he dropped me off at the Port and I caught the water taxi across to Saint-Tropez. The water taxi guy's were really nice, but was kind of confused when one of the guys asked me if I wanted a shoulder massage before I got off the boat at Saint-Tropez... I thought I had misunderstood him.. but I think he just ...

        Froggie Country

        A travel blog entry by abbatravels on Jun 19, 2012

        95 photos

        ... and are turning their backs on ALL religions.

        Anyway, on the Catholic’s Lord’s day, we had our Sunday picnic lunch up the road at Pont du Gard. The stone bridge was built by the Romans, an aqueduct to cart water from one part of the country to the other. We were a bit confused as to how it all worked, we thought it was a big fancy head dress for an underground canal system, but were told later that the water travelled across the top ...

        French rivieria - lifestyles of the rich and famos

        A travel blog entry by groversroving on Jun 03, 2012

        36 photos

        ... the parking gods then took pity on us, smiled and sent someone home leaving an open space. All hail the parking gods! Without a word the group went into action. Shelley and Dad blocked the spot and defended it with their lives as Scot, dukes of hazard style, jumped into the peugeot and drove like a mad Italian straight past waiting traffic to put the car to bed for the night. Up the next morning for a quick stroll along the lake before breakfast. Another postcard ...

        Villefranche sur Mer

        A travel blog entry by yippee on Nov 13, 2011

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... churches, shops and other buildings. All the buldings are crammed close together and seem to be clinging to each other as much as the cliff side. The streets are incredibly narrow and winding, almost claustrophobic, except that they are so pretty. We were there on Remembrance Day so most of the shops were closed. We felt like we were the only people there. We climbed only part of the way up into the town and up to the old citadel. The citadel ...