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

Oct. 11: Vieux Port, Cannes (last day on Milena)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 11, 2014

4 comments

... to help her by doing things throughout the day, only to discover that staying out of her way, is the perfect answer for help. By the time GT time rolled around, she couldn't take the time, because she had to repair one of Jacques' shirts. Jacques was gone -- he had to take Nelson to the Cat hotel, so his mess on the boat would have to wait until Marina could find a second to take care of it. It is now almost time for our repeat, last night dinner, at Le Caveau, and Marina ...

Oct. 10: Vieux Port (move and explore)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 10, 2014

21 photos

... fend off put the fender between us, and the neighboring boat. Just as I was doing that, the stern swung starboard, and I was there with yet another fender to protect us there. I glanced over at Jean-Pierre, as the three of us were going in four different directions, and saw Jean-Pierre just watching all the commotion from a safe distance for him......! Wow.... I could not believe it, as I grabbed another fender and returned to the port side of Milena. ...

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 ...

Something about the Passes

A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 23, 2012

1 comment, 21 photos

... a time when they guarded the southern and northern access to the Great St Bernard Pass. There are records of this pass from 400 BC and it is one of six passes that are considered possible routes used by Hannibal in 218 BC. There have been many new roads and adjustments made over the centuries but a section of the old Roman road is still visible and usable near the top of the pass at an altitude of 2,469 m. In 1964 the St Bernard Tunnel was completed taking the ...

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, ...