Ibis Perpignan Sud St Charles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... route, but you discover and see so much that you might normally miss and we enjoyed some great views of the salt marshes. The town is as you might suppose very French, with some tiny shops, that sometimes to us appear to be trying to sell bric-a -brac and look as if their stock has not changed in decades, I hope this is not unfair!!! The cafes are tiny too and tables and chairs sit very precariously on the narrow pavements outside, the ...
... Phil got back with Tess, the monster motor home behind us opened its back hatch to put their car away! This wasn't a motor home it was as big as a big coach with a garage. It had a winch inside to pull the car up the ramps and within mins they were off. It was only a short drive to Gruissan where the aire is huge, it can take up to 80 vans, although not that many this time of year. We are parked up about 100ft from the sea but its ...
Started the day doing the chores before leaving Leucate, thought we would drive a little closer to Narbonne ready for tomorrow. First stop over choice seemed a little barren, La Palme. Between Perpignan and Narbonne are 2 lagoons that used to be salt flats and La Palme seemed to be a little desolate, so we drove on to what sounded a lovely place Port La Nouvelle, how wrong can you be! Firstly we couldn't take the road ...
Blue sky again, which does lift the sprits and we are off to find the sun and more warmth. We take it nice and gently, but as you can see we couldn't do it any other way, we let Pierre choose the appropriate gears, he is clever. Our altitude is 1600 metres above sea level and the sea is where we are heading. The roads are a pretty good and wide enough until you pass through the mountain villages and you do say a quiet prayer. (Even me) It is not every day that you ...
... in Isle sur Tete, GPL there too and on to Collioure. No change at Collioure, one gets what one pays for, a good stopover! Today, October 18th we walked into Collioure through the town and enjoyed the market, very colourful, a coffee on the sea front and a wander through the steep town enjoying the art on display. Reminiscent of Chefchaouen in Morocco but not entirely blue. Now we are getting to know the place then worth a return another ...