Pierre & Vacances Les Restanques Resort

Address: 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

The Electric Boats at Port Grimaud

A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Jul 31, 2015

26 photos

... walked around and found the hire place. Dad nearly crashed it so Mum had a go and then Olli and me. It was really really good fun. It was a bit slow though as they were electric boats that only go 3 knots max. Olli hit a boats anchor chain but nothing happened. It was a great way to see the houses and boats in the canals.

Then after that we had a look around the shops and found a NZ Rugby shop and got a photo outside it. Then we stopped at a cafe and had a ...


A travel blog entry by 5plimmers on Jun 08, 2014

11 photos

... We all went out on our lilos and rings and tried to push each other off. I also used my snorkel and new togs that didn't chafe fortunately. We saw a few Ferraris and Porshes considering it is a big city with rich people but we didn't look as cool in our Kangoo. We had another swim then before we knew it was 5.30pm and we had to go home so we went home and went for a nice swim in our pool and had BBQ for dinner. By ...

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 ...

The man in the Iron Mask........Ouch

A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Jun 05, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... nearer to soft loafer, but let's run with it. This morning was just breathtakingly beautiful with the sun on my back and the sea millpond flat and azure blue. There were already some early sunbathers out, god bless them, with even granny making sure there were no tan lines. There was the daily pooch incident when I was attacked by what looked to be a pencil case on a lead. Ok the pencil case barked a bit but really it was the smallest pooch ever and should ...