Residentie Héliotel Marine

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273, avenue Saint Hubert , 06700 Saint-Laurent-du-Var, Frankrijk
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  • Een 'Bloemenstad' (Ville Fleurie) en feestelijk resort vlak bij Nice en Cannes.
  • Een rustige omgeving, met uitzicht op de jachthaven en op 100 m van het strand.
  • Buitenzwembad en kikkerbad, geopend van april tot november en tennisbanen.
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  • Aan zee
  • Buitenzwembad
  • Huisdieren toegestaan
  • WiFi beschikbaar in de accommodaties
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7 nachten van 09/11/2019 tot 16/11/2019
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Residentie Héliotel Marine
7 nachten van 09/11/2019 tot 16/11/2019

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Omgeving Saint-Laurent-du-Var

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  • Village de Saint-Paul de Vence

    Village de Saint-Paul de Vence

    Perched above the sea, surrounded by ramparts, a stroll through the shady streets of Saint-Paul de Vence is extremely pleasant.

    In the Grande Rue of this artists' village, visitors will find workshops, art galleries and shops selling handicrafts that will appeal to art lovers. They can also visit the Maeght Foundation, which houses a rich collection of modern and contemporary art.

    Visitors, like Verlaine before them, can listen to the tranquil murmurings of the water burbling in the fountain in the Place de la Grande Fontaine. The poet is not the only one to have been seduced by the charm of Saint-Paul-de-Vence. The plane trees of the bowling square,
    were the privileged spectators of games of pétanque between Yves Montand and Lino Ventura.

    Discover the art de vivre in Saint-Paul-de-Vence's colourful markets featuring all the flavours and scents of Provence. Enjoy an excellent meal on the terrace accompanied with a glass of wine from Saint-Paul-de-Vence.

  • Promenade des Anglais

    Promenade des Anglais

    Stretching 8km along the seafront on the Baie des Anges or Bay of Angels in Nice is the famous Promenade des Anglais. This long promenade with a cycle path beside it is a popular place for walking, cycling, jogging, rollerblading and so on. Beside the beach with plenty going on all year round, this long strip has become an integral part of life in Nice, and a must-see on any trip to Nice. So take the family and head out for a stroll on the promenade, savouring the French art de vivre.

    This immense avenue has its own recognisable architecture and visual identity: the lights are unique, and the surface of the promenade is chestnut brown. The colour of the sky contrasts perfectly with the green palm trees lining the promenade, the blue of the sea and the white sand dotted with colourful deck chairs on the beach.

  • Marineland

    Marineland

    Embark on a tour of the seven seas at Marineland Antibes-Juan-les-Pins. Prepare for some amazing encounters during this family outing at the Aquarium and the Musée de La Poype. Visitors can discover dolphins, killer whales, sharks, polar bears, penguins and sea lions!

    It's even possible to spend some quality time with them. Discover the marvels of the ScubaPro experience: well equipped and protected by a transparent acrylic cage, thrill seekers will be plunged into the underwater world of the sharks. Marineland also makes it possible for dreams to come true and children will be able to swim with the dolphins. Kids can also get to know the playful and mischievous Sea lions.
    The spectacle is provided by the animals at Marineland and they and their keepers assure some fine performances for your viewing pleasure.

  • The Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation

    The Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation

    Saint-Paul de Vence, the artists' village, is home to the Maeght Foundation and its vast modern art collection. Straight out of the imagination of the Catalan architect Josep Lluís Sert, and thanks to the talents of Giacometti, Miró and Chagall,
    the Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation is a unique location, a work of art that houses hundreds.

    Visitors can discover a very representative collection of the greatest artists of the twentieth century including Georges Braque, Alexander Calder and Fernand Léger. Contemporary Art lovers will not be disappointed either. They can admire the works of Adami, Calzolari, Del Re, Kelly, Kuroda, Monory
    Oh Sufan, Takis or Tàpies.

  • La Verrerie de Biot, glassworks

    La Verrerie de Biot, glassworks

    For the town of Biot, ideally situated between Nice and Cannes and just a few kilometres from Antibes, success appeared in 1956 when a family company created "bubbled glass". In 1973, the Lechaczynski family took over this flourishing artisan business.

    The Verrerie de Biot continues a strong tradition glassmaking in Provence, and won itself the "Living heritage business" label, an important recognition of its skills and creativity.

    The Biot glassworks comprises several tourist sites in Biot that are extremely interesting: the halle des Verriers, the Glass Ecomuseum of Biot, the grand show room and the international glass gallery.

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