Situated in the southern part of the city, but still incredibly quiet. This is what distinguishes the campsite in Grasse.
Camping Officiel in Echternach is about 20 minutes walk from the town centre.
This is pure camping. No bells and whistles. Everything is there: Water, electricity, nature.
How do you solve a (luxury) problem when you feel you know all the restaurants in the village, you are hungry and you have a hard time making up your mind?
The old town centre of Mouans-Sartoux is felt in summer as a single restaurant with different departments. Very nice, very different and very cosy.
My restaurant visits here are the result of discussions with a colleague from the Pays de Grasse Tourisme press office.
We found the small and fine Hostellerie de la Basilique in the middle of the historical centre of Echternach. Most of the sightseeings are only a few minutes walk away.
As base camp for our Luxembourg-Location Scouting we chose the campsite next door. So what could be closer than storming a restaurant within walking distance?
Our routine end-of-year meeting took us to Berlin, the empty tank to the gas station opposite and the curiosity in the evening to the diner.
We knew this restaurant from our last visits. The patron is very nice and courteous, the service excellent.
Excellent cuisine and a cosy, middle-class ambience have been found here for almost 30 years.
Apparently this is a place for the locals. And they usually know where it is good.
Located in the middle of the old town, this house is actually only visited by locals, the patron told us.
A place for locals and guests. The service is friendly and nice, the food is tasty and the prices are good.
The kitchen was average. We had eaten better meat before. The service was good.
The house with this restaurant has a remarkable history: business people used it before the great city fire.
Not far from the historical city centre of Grasse I found the Hôtel Elixir, where I could also try their restaurant L'Elixir.
I found the Domaine Saint Sauveur in Grasse only by chance and now drive through the narrow streets to this refuge. I am more than surprised by the ambience and the locations.
The Hôtel de Guise is a house with character, ideal in the centre of the old town, and very close to the Stanislas square.
... is a world-class championship golf course, winery and 4-star hotel, just five minutes from Stellenbosch.
The Seehotel Grundlsee got its name after the lake in the Salzkammergut, on whose shore it lies directly.