Le Sol e Mar

Address: Le Dramont - 90 Bd 36eme, Agay, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83530, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Le Dramont - 90 Bd 36eme, Agay, is near Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer) and Grotte de Miro.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Sol e Mar Agay

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Travel Blogs from Agay

First week

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jul 01, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... money). It is certainly more expensive looking that Nice. Had a lovely lunch at a place recommended in the Lonely Planet guide Au Martin Pêcheur and back by train. Angela's shoes fell apart so we needed to buy some more. We will come back at some stage to Cannes. Came back to Nice and went for dinner at at a wee place bistros d'Antoine which was the best meal we have had here, we will certainly come back. xo Angela and ...

Cote d'Azur

A travel blog entry by davidcarder on Apr 30, 2014

15 photos

... of the racing cars setting up for the race. Then we went to a castle on the hill. We saw stacks of cannon balls, big cannons and even some guards. Then we went to the Monte Carlo Casino. Tom and I got some photos with some expensive cars. I will tell you some of the cars we got photos with…. A bronze lamborghini, a golden Ferrari, and a silver Porsche.

On the last day we stayed at home and played in the pool and played mini golf. We really enjoyed it.

By Will ...

Thursday in VF - Gourdon, St Paul, Villa Rothschld

A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Apr 17, 2014

27 photos

... is our guide. Both towns are medieval. Gourdon is perched 2200 feet above sea level and only 15 people live here. The church is is from the 10th C and the village is from the 12th. St Paul is the second most visited town in France, after Mont St Michel. It is also on the top of a hill but not as dramatic as Gourdon. However it is really beautiful and has many tiny streets full ...


A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Apr 22, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... three bottles of wine with me the previous night and who was I to refuse?! Never before did a bus picnic involve so much coordination and peril as that up to Monaco. The bus was jam packed ("how can they still let people on!! Shoo! No more space! How do you say that in French?") and I was wedged under an old lady's armpit, whilst simultaneously trying not to fall out of the door or drop the precious avocado. It's quite astonishing that Jono ...

Yes, we do think Nice is very nice

A travel blog entry by candr on May 26, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... I had were absolutely hopeless since the Europeans are not the greatest (pretty awful in fact) at labeling street signs. We got very lost and ended up in the not so desirable part of town for driving (downtown). The French are crazy drivers!!! Thankfully, my personal driver (haha) is not so crazy and is very good at manouvering around the crazies. We stopped to ask for directions a few times but the people who live here don't even seem to know the street names; they just know in ...