Saint Cyprien Golf Resort Hotel Le Mas d'Huston
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lots of sports pitches however as the place was almost empty they were all unused. I suspect it will be horrible in the high season, and I had an indication of how it might be in the evening when I was subjected to the repetitive beat of pop music and an idiot on a loud speaker from the next door campsite a mile away. In my short two day stay here I have explored the nature reserve which is really a pine forest on the back of the beach, I ...
... after the Prado in Madrid) for the town of Figueres. Yes, he could be outrageously bizarre but was also a skilled master with paint, brush and other mediums in a variety of styles. We had a mediocre menu of the day lunch near the museum at Creperie Breton (nice cider, though) which had some quirky decor. Its location to the next door establishment was not intentional besides they appeared to be closed at lunch ...
Having arrived here on Saturday, we felt it was high time we did some sightseeing. We ventured out yesterday afternoon in search of groceries and fuel but only managed the latter as supermarkets were closed. The date was not listed in our campsites of Spain handbook as being a public holiday. I did wonder if it was connected with the day before (Sunday) being elections, but never got to the bottom of it. Needless to say we didn't starve. This morning we drove along ...
... in Spain so that might throw the loose plan out, but we shall see. At this time of year, there is generally no need to book though we prefer to let sites know when we are due to arrive. This campsite is a gem. It is owned and run by an Anglo-French couple and their family, with the emphasis on tranquility, nature and relaxation - there's non-stop birdsong. Probably no more than forty pitches in total, including a couple of 'glamping' pods each with a ...
... magically alter what you are looking at, depending on where you view them from. Our 4 year old loved the place, but, being used to being dragged around Renaissance churches in Italy, she did keep asking 'what's happened to Jesus on this one daddy?'. Figueres, like a lot of Spanish towns can be a bit on the ugly side (far too many nondescript concrete buildings for me), but the Dali museum, toy museum and ample Tapas bars make it an enjoyable day out. And they clean up their ...