After staying 5 nights at Cavalaire, where it was only meant to be one night, 2 at the most, we had to say goodbye to the new new friends we met at the campsite. In fact, we had a cheering squad when we left the campsite. I don’t know if they were happy to get … Continue reading »The post Saying Goodbye to new friends and visiting Saint-Tropez appeared first on Jack Cola's Mini Blog.
We left Camping International at Giens and made our way to Camping Bonporteau located at Cavalaire, a campsite that we found in our camping booklet. We only planned to stay there one night, however, we could have stayed there for weeks. When we turned up and about to get out of our van, I unplugged … Continue reading »The post Our Stay At Camping Bonporteau, Cavalaire: A Magical Campsite appeared first on Jack Cola's Mini Blog.
We chose to stay at Camping International which is located in Giens because it’s a 4 star campsite. When we turned up (without pre-booking), we were lucky as they only had 2 camp spots available – we got in just in time. One next to the pool, and another way up the back far away … Continue reading »The post Staying at Camping International, Giens appeared first on Jack Cola's Mini Blog.
So we have left Camping Santa Gusta in La Ciotat and made our way to a 4 star camping site, Camping International in Giens. If you are not sure, thanks to my trusty friend, Google Latitude, this the route we took. As you can see, we stayed off the autobahns and went along the coast. … Continue reading »The post Driving From La Ciotat to Camping International in Giens appeared first on Jack Cola's Mini Blog.
As we spent most of our day walking around La Ciotat waiting for a travel agent to open, we decided to find a caravan park before everything starts getting full. One of the near by camping site was Santa Gusta which was close to the beach, so we decided to stay there. The campsite has … Continue reading »The post Our Stay At Camping Santa Gusta La Ciotat appeared first on Jack Cola's Mini Blog.