Hotel Tennis International

Address: 3 avenue de la Vigne, Cap-d'Agde, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34300, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 avenue de la Vigne, Cap-d'Agde, is near Aqualand Cap d'Agde, Noilly Prat, and Vinecole.
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        Travel Blogs from Cap-d'Agde

        Delightful marina, perfect sunny day.

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 09, 2015

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        ... what is left will be preserved. However, there are signs to warn you not to visit on windy or wet days as great lumps of rock simply drop off and some are huge. There is a very large church at the base of the elevated castle and the inside does not match the out and is quite beautiful, we assume most of this splendour was paid for out of the tolls over the centuries. Apparently, 'the windows to murderesses are ones of a strengthened church' we ...


        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 08, 2015

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        ... a sheltered lagoon as we can see houses opposite and to the right linking this side to that, is a bridge. We had a bit a a walk at lunch time to get our barings, walking by hundreds of boats (the marina holds 1,600). We came to a nice little bar to get out of the wind, although only a breeze compared to the Lizard. Sat on a nice comfy seat just inside the door way, so we could see the marina and we asked for a glass of wine and a beer and ...

        On to Provence

        A travel blog entry by swannieg on Aug 08, 2015


        ... do" an hour and half drive from here. It is a huge Roman aquaduct built around19 BC to transport up to 20000 litres of water a day, 50 km from Uzes to Nimes . It is on 3 levels, 50 metres tall and 275 metres long with 35 precision built arches. This one didn't disappoint, a true marvel of engineering for those times. Each block ,some weighing up to 5 tonnes , were hand-carved and transported from nearby quarries. The whole structure is virtually intact still. Amazing! Even ...

        The School Week and ...

        A travel blog entry by thetonies on Feb 26, 2015

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        ... and put our requirement in the machine to find we were S111 with a massive queue of people in front of us – 72 wanting some school related matter – it was going to be a long wait!! After a long while of sitting and realising it was getting closer to 11am, Mum took off in the car to pick Maddi up for lunch – she got lost in the carpark and then took a number of wrong turns, got fairly stressed picturing Maddi thrown out on the pavement by herself ...

        Putting in the miles

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 29, 2014

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        We woke about 7.30am to a partly cloudy day. We'd opened our doors to the balcony during the night as Ang was feeling stuffy and having a restless sleep. We skipped breakfast again and were on the road at 10am. We we flexible about where we stayed tonight subject to being within about an hour of Perpignan for when we return the car in two days. Rather that continue to drive along the coast roads we took the highways as indicated by the GPS. We travelled about ...