Hotel les Palmiers

Address: 28, rue Gabriel Peri, Ste-Maxime, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83120, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 28, rue Gabriel Peri, Ste-Maxime, is near Port Grimaud and Pampelonne Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Ste-Maxime

      A Day in St Tropez

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 23, 2015

      8 photos

      ... high rises to be seen, everything has been kept in its original form. We found this gorgeous little bakery and bought a couple of baby baguettes, took them back to Fifi for lunch. I have never eaten such yummy bread, the French certainly make great bread, it is so light and crunchy,yummy. I have to say I was smitten with St Topez, it is elegant and understated and the locals have managed to keep the Old World Charm of bygone days, simply ...

      Relaxing on the French Riviera

      A travel blog entry by 76onabike on Jul 13, 2013

      5 comments, 29 photos

      ... the lovely hillside villa.. . Ste Maxime is one of the many seaside towns along the coast.... all buzzing with happy holiday makers, music, shops,and, of course, restaurants... One does not eat early here, but by 9pm the restaurants are full and the evening iswell and truly under way. We discovered that oysters, and a glass of Rose at our favourite bar was the perfect aperitif as well as a great opportunity to do ...

      We sail the seven C's

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 05, 2012

      29 photos

      ... then and now, but phoenix-like, it was regularly rebuilt from the ashes. After the last rebuilding all went well until the French Revolution. Then, in 1790, the buildings were impounded and the monks were given notice. The Abbot fled all the way to Bologna. Now that the monks had been cleared out, in 1792 the complex “was sold as national property,” which I take to be a diplomatic way of saying it was seized by the state and auctioned off.

      The Coast

      A travel blog entry by stoo on Sep 26, 2011

      2 photos

      ... thing I noticed, was that they are totally obsessed by the British. The Union Jack appeared to be everywhere, adorned across wares in various stores, on everything from cushions to handbags. Upon touching down in Luton and on the subsequent drive to London, my eyes scanned over the lush green English fields from the coach window. You couldn't pay me to change my nationality. Unless of course I was French.

      The town so nice I've visited twice

      A travel blog entry by peter_a_mason on Apr 11, 2010

      1 photo

      Class, elegance, beautiful, epensive!! some of the words often used to describe this gem of the cote d'azur. Spend a day on the beach soaking up the sun, cuise around the shops, jump on a boat across to fort royal, the home of the man in the iron mask, whatever you busy yourself with make sure you do it in style. In the evenings there are a host of bars and restaurants to choose from, a walk along the harbour is a ...