Domaine de Messanges

Route des Lacs, Messanges, Aquitaine, 40660, France | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on Route des Lacs, Messanges, is near Messanges.
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Travel Blogs from Messanges

To the beach!

A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 03, 2014

5 photos

... be a bad idea so Peter set off with the tinniest of leverage to work with. Once he was safely on level ground I jumped on Tinkerbell and fired her up... ... no ignition. Looks like she wasn't awake yet and would need some encouragement. We pushed her off the grass onto the tarmac behind Peter and with trepidation I tried again - success! She was awake again and ready to move, hurrah!! We immediately headed southward through 'lake ...

The last of beach weather in Sth West France

A travel blog entry by jgazz on Aug 30, 2014

6 photos

The surf was reported to be the biggest it's been all summer, so it was inevitable that we were heading back to catch any last surfs. Thankfully the website report was correct and Dean surfed at least 3 times a day. He was one very happy man! One of the final days there was the biggest and most clean looking surf we have seen in France, not hard to bet considering it was the worst summer for surf. In saying this, it was pretty cool to see when the waves towered over the ...

Beachin' It Up

A travel blog entry by travelindan on Aug 24, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... us slept on the grass basketball court until opening. This was new for even me. The place was completely booked after all that, along with every hotel within five miles. Go figure. After becoming new best friends and our powers combined we ended up at a campsite right on the beach for only $5 euros each a night! Come Up! The catch was the toilets were all Turkish toilets. If you were like me and didn't know what that was, ...

Les Filles go WWOOFing

A travel blog entry by lig on Jul 27, 2014

3 photos

... we couldn't stop until the job was done...) and others during which we struggled to complete 2-3 hours. This could be unique to our farm, as how strictly the wwoofers are followed varies from farm to farm. Regardless, some of my fondest memories come from the hours spent out in the fields under the hot sun, where the muddier you were the better. We spent hours weeding onions, picking potatoes and planting salads, all the while getting to know our fellow wwoofers. ...

Slippery little suckers

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Aug 27, 2013

... towns trying to weave and overtake.

All corners within the towns are blind as the old buildings are settled against the gutters. We all pulled into a town and as we turned the corner we saw a crowd of people gathered around two cars, which had clearly smashed into each other. A man stood facing the traffic waiving us all to go slower. Now, I’m not sure if the crash came first then the massive pool of oil covering the road for about 50 meters, or if the oil came ...