Belambra Clubs - Le Vidourle

Address: 1551 route de Carnon, Le Grau Du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30240, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1551 route de Carnon, Le Grau Du Roi, is near Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Ecurie des Dunes, Golf de la Grande-Motte, and Constance Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Le Grau Du Roi

    Saturday market Arles

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Sep 12, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    We had heard that the Saturday market in Arles was the largest in the region and it certainly was good. We didn't linger today over the non-food stalls although there were plenty of them. Rather we did some fairly targeted shopping for the lunch table. The most striking thing for me was what seemed like acres of garlic surrounded by various kinds of shallots and onions. Next, the variety of oysters and shellfish and ...

    Around the city of Arles

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Sep 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... both buying and selling their wares. As in many French and Italian markets, the rotisseried meat and potatoes were very appealing. We saw chicken, poussin, lamb and pork. The streets of old Arles are very beautiful, with a mix of Roman ruins and Middle Ages and Renaissance buildings. The shutters are in maroons, greens and blues of all shades and even a few lilac. The shop ...

    On to Provence

    A travel blog entry by swannieg on Aug 08, 2015


    ... are finding out. Today ,Sunday, the town is so full of people that you can hardly move. Lots of restaurants and bars, touristy shops and historic buildings. Will leave our shopping and the ochre walk for another day.

  • We visit the Moulin a Huile (olive mill), no longer working but with all the pressing equipment from the 19th century preserved and still able to operate if needed(so we were told). It was used up to 1956 when a harsh winter first killed all the olive trees ...

  • The School Week and ...

    A travel blog entry by thetonies on Feb 26, 2015

    17 photos

    ... kids happy and very chatty about their day.

    It has been lovely being able to walk the kids to school and home again each day – nice time to chat and debrief the day and then come home and sit down to lunch and dinner as a family. All in all the walking day can amount to 48 minutes – 6 minutes to school and 6 minutes from school – so we are putting in some good incidental exercise to help combat the French bread intake.
    Forgot to mention ...

    Can't explore too many medieval castles

    A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs on Jul 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... contain either soap or a means to dry your hands, but never both at the same time. - retail sales clerks will be either friendly or efficient, but never both at the same time, yet strangely it all seems to work and make sense. * Bauxite is named after Les Baux, where it was discovered in 1822. Who knew? Bauxite is essential for the production of aluminum, so if you've used aluminum today, thank Les ...