|Space||1,130 sq. ft.|
Every morning on the sandy beach, sunbathing and umbrellas for adults and for children a little tour of pedalo.
Provencal earth wafts scents from high ground by the sun ... Farigoule, lavender, save, rosemary, basil, and many other comforts of home scents that you will be pleased to know or rediscover during your stay at Bastide. In a quiet and friendly place, punctuated by the chirping of cicadas dice the pouncho dou day soon the first rays of the sun, the word 'vacation' so will make sense.
Carry the wheel: 5 Km
Marseille: 32 Km
Sea: 0. 5 Km
Shops: 0. 5 Km
Downtown: 1. 5 Km
The Blue Coast
Nearby creeks with turquoise waters and a starting point for small scrub dirt roads, A la Bastide is the ideal place to enjoy, in a dream setting, all the treasures of our beautiful region!
At the Bastide is right next to the beach of St. Croix, ideal for children with its fine sand and crystal clear waters, join us to enjoy the quality of life, the largest marine park in Europe and all water activities: kayaking, pedal boats, sea trips, kite surfing ....
Fai travaia not good when cigalo canto!
It does not do good work when the cicada sings!
'Les Bastides' in Provence
At the heart of Provence and the hollow of scrubland, hidden between
chain of Estaque and blue Mediterranean sea
is a locality called "Les Bastides"
which is cultivated
In this place, it is the cicadas that herald the beginning of summer.
Then heat fills the hearts and pace bowling alley parties
slamming balls, nap time, time of parties.
Then at sunset, the discussions will train under good singing
before the barbecue grill where some fish, sea bream, mullet wolves
sins during the day or bought at the small port of Carro.
Jokes and tall stories, sardines that once stopped up the port of Marseille,
are the only concerns that animate the passions.
That's Provence! The smell of thyme, rosemary, Provencal feasts,
the taste of olive oil and pine nuts Pine crackling in the trees ...
But also walks in the hills, a small tower pedalo,
afternoon in the shade of the umbrella, fishing for sea urchins!
In January, it is the oursinade Sausset, Can Carry.
In March, the almond trees are in bloom, and in April, it was the turn of medlar
and cherry trees.
In May, apricots are ripe. In June, it is the figs ...
returning in September with the grape originally from the small wine
of our good soil.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|