Le Yaca et Le Y

Address: 1 Boulevard d'Aumale/Avenue Paul Signac, St-Tropez, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83900, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Boulevard d'Aumale/Avenue Paul Signac, St-Tropez, is near Port Grimaud, Pampelonne Beach, and Maison Ocoa.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Tropez

    Do you know the way to St Tropez...?

    A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... streets and narrow lanes were a welcome departure from the hustle and bustle of Nice. A quick scoot round, and we headed off to our next stop, Grasse. Grasse was not what we expected or led to believe. Maybe it was the journey or maybe it was just compared to Vence, but Grasse was not a slight on what we hoped for. The journey there was up through some scenic mountains but again pretty uneventful. After a quick bite ...

    St. Tropez!!!!

    A travel blog entry by sjbee on Jun 24, 2013

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    A day in Saint-Tropez!!

    A travel blog entry by trippingkiwi on Aug 06, 2012

    7 photos

    ... some amazing works in his studio.. and if I had the space in my pack (and the euros!!) I would have bought one! Ivan Hor was there working on his latest project, so I hit him up about his style and he told me he just loved boats! Haha. He is a lovely guy even though he may be a little eccentric with his bright coloured shirts and Panama style hat (that David tells me he is famous for!) haha.

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    Froggie Country

    A travel blog entry by abbatravels on Jun 19, 2012

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    ... br> Carcassonne was, yet another, walled City. We’d been told, by several people, we must go - so we did. Built in the 12th century, it has been magnificently well preserved, along with the township within its walls. It seemed too realistic, as if it were a set built for a movie. The only difference was the shops had been converted to cater for pesky tourists - restaurants and junk souvenirs were abundant. We had our evening meal at a cafe and then ...

    Our latest field trips

    A travel blog entry by andrewelizabeth on Sep 21, 2010

    11 comments, 9 photos

    ... which locals told us is the proto-typical provencale town. It's situated at the very top of a steep hill, with dramatic views of the surrounding countryside. The village was very pretty and the ride was very challenging due to the long and steep hill climb - we'll definitely return and bring our cameras along. Next weekend, we hope to finally climb Mont Ste. Victoire and reach the Croix de Provence. Wish us ...