L'Octavio

3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11600, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villegailhenc

Heads and shoulders, Pyrenees and toes...

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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... a small seaside (by the Mediterranean) town just over the French border in Spain. Again with just an hour in the town I strolled down to the beach through narrow streets of colourful Spanish houses, bought a litre of wine, poured out from a great wooden barrel in a tiny shop, for 1.5 euros (1 or about $2!) and returned to the station for my train. I arrived just after dark in Barcelona and booked into a central hostel before going to a ...

Sick!

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks

Went to bed last night with a pounding migraine and unfortunately woke up with it even worse. Unable to lift my head, Ben was left to amuse himself for the day, enjoying the beach until the clouds rolled in bringing the rain. By late afternoon and most of the day now a write off I dragged myself out of bed and into the passenger seat. Left the coast and headed West, not doing anything exciting except driving to a free campspot in Pezens. Hoping tomorrow is a better day! ...

The Castle

A travel blog entry by cokers

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After breakfast provided by our land lady - typical French fare, we walked up to the medieval castle with its double wall right around the old town - the best preserved complete fortified town in Europe apparently. We had high hopes it was going to be sunny and warm so dressed accordingly. Oh what fools. In the shade of the high walls, the cold wind was bitter! John was even suggesting an unheard of quick retreat to the gift ...

The ancient city of Carcassonne

A travel blog entry by cfamilytravels

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... in an ancient town called Carcassonne which was an old French town that had been fortified by the Roman's around 100BC. The boys were very excited to visit the 'fortress town' It was an amazing place and they had heaps of fun imagining the battles that had taken place there. We could walk all around the town and around the inside of the fortress walls. It was huge and impressive. We were so pleased we made the effort to stop here on our way to Uzes for the ...

Snow and Cathars in the Occitan

A travel blog entry by cemewa

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... and his Vietnamese wife. Most of the dining area was reserved for drinks for a wedding reception and we toasted the young bride and groom as their walked in with the groom wishing us a good day. We were the only other diners at the hotel. We drove on to Chateau Queribus, another well known mountain top Cathar castle. However, when we arrived at the car park we were greeted with a phalanx of television trucks and technical personnel and we were informed that the ...

Location

This hotel, located on 3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, is near Chateau de Peyreperteuse, La Bastide Saint Louis, Museum of Fine Arts, and Memorial House (Maison des Memoires).
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TripAdvisor Reviews L'Octavio Villegailhenc

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding