Pierre & Vacances Les Restanques Resort

10 Route nationale 83310 , Grimaud, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83310, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Route nationale 83310 , Grimaud, is near Port Grimaud.
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Travel Blogs from Grimaud

Grimaud/St Tropez

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Sep 12, 2014

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... Ok, fine"..... Truth be told, I'm still not too sure of the actual name of the place where we are, but it's very close to St Tropez. (Ed. It's Port Grimaud, on the Gulf of St Tropez, and ST is about 6km around the bay to the ENE, but about 2 km as the crow flies.) So, we cycled into downtown VeryclosetoStTropez, and after entering a rather unusual sort-of gated community, complete with boom-gates and security staff, we found ourselves in a very Gold-Coastie feeling village, ...

Off to Cannes

A travel blog entry by helenwhitten on Sep 09, 2014

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Well we got here and it was a bit of a disappointment compared to Nice. Much more commercial but the main shopping street wasn't that impressive. The beach was much better but really packed and sooo many boats docked in the bay!

Then we went down to the beach and had an amazing lunch at the Beach Club bar. I had a martini in a really cool glass and Joe had a Jack Daniels! So relaxing.
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Ben's Blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by theplenges on Jun 14, 2013

... the biggest dune in the world could be in France and not in the Sahara or Namibia or somewhere, but having seen it and walked up it 3 times, I can confirm it must be a contender. Running down it as fast as possible was really fun and made the beasting of climbing it totally worth it, as did the views.

I am not sure if it is a highlight, but i will certainly remember the storm we tried to sleep through in a beach carpark in a small place called ...

Smelling the lavender (Entrecasteaux week1)

A travel blog entry by norm.lawler on Sep 01, 2012

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... drove over a high massif to St Tropez. Took about 1.5 hours. Parked near the centre and then idled around the waterfront hoping to be mistaken for someone rich and famous. Some real big plush "tinnies" moored here! Not overly crowded which was great. In mid summer it can take 2 hours to do the last 5 kms into St Tropez only to find parking is impossible. Drove east in the direction of Cannes but traffic was heavy and slow so stopped at St Raphael for ...

Little House on Les Prairies

A travel blog entry by sheilaswheels on Sep 13, 2011

2 comments, 36 photos

... a waterfilled cave at the foot of a limestone cliff, the amount of water is huge and may become enormous during spring and after heavy rain.
There's a prehistoric cave here, the Grotte Sarrazine, that is partly accessible, with clear signs to it. We arrived too late in the day to make the visit. Never mind! We've seen several grottes in this area that display stunning stalactites and stalagmites, that show off whole chambers of natural rock formations, ...