Carqueiranne in France, from Europe region, is best know for Surfing. Discover best things to do in Carqueiranne with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 28 reviews
Guidés par TripAdvisor et une petite enquête des ecoles du coin j'ai choisi cett école. De la dépose en mer pour moi, un cours pour qqn en ayant déjà fait et un cours débutant. Tout le monde a été satisfait, le plan d'eau est vraiment parfait, on est très tranquille pour progresser. Et le gros plus c'est les deux profs, Yohann et renan, pro et très sympa. Il n'y à qu'eux, pas de saisonniers, lun sur le bateau, l'autre dans l'eau... vraiment une très bonne formule et des prix très corrects.
Merci encore !
4.5 based on 128 reviews
J ai déjà fait 3 escape Game ailleurs avant.
J ai testé le musée des super héros la semaine dernière (équipe de 5), il est parfait pour des novices, pas trop enfantin non plus et permet de se confronter à des énigmes diverses. Le décor est soigne sans être surchargé.
Nous avons relevé à 4 hier soir The experiment et la difficulté est nettement supérieure! L ambiance est là, même si notre Game Master nous a un peu épargné pour m éviter trop d angoisse. Même s il y a une énigme qui (pour moi) n avait rien à faire dans ce scénario le reste est très bien pensé et là encore les énigmes sont très variées, il y en a pour tous! L accueil est parfait, le Master Game est clair et n en fait pas trop et il est très attentif dans le jeu pour vous laisser chercher avant de vous aiguiller un peu. Deux victoires, nous reviendrons pour les nouveaux
5 based on 117 reviews
We had a really good time and the game 'prison break' was well thought trough! Too bad we couldn't talk it over with the people who led us trough the game, because I had to catch my flight back home.
I would definitely recommend it and come again when I have the change!
4.5 based on 140 reviews
Very nice guys up there. We booked one day but it was windy, so the guy todl us that is not worth it to pay one day for a 3 hours trip. When windy one cannot go in the open see because of the waves. We padeled around and found very beautifull rocks ands spots to lay down.
We recomend this guys.
Thank you La petite Flottile keep up the good work!
4 based on 169 reviews
Put on a helmet and enter the bowels of the earth, in the galleries of an old copper mine, a lively and original visit to a real mining site
Visited with two small children, only I speak/understand French in the family. The guided tour (only guided tours of the mine are permitted) was purely in French, and the only translation was a densely written guidebook with torch provided. Both children bored, husband desperately trying to revive his GCSE French. Not a great success, wouldn't recommend if you don't speak French!
- Lovely and cool in the current heat wave
- Gorgeous views just in front of the mine, which can be seen for free!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
balade facile et joli point de vue. même s'il y a plus impressionnant dans le coin (mont Caume au dessus d'Ollioules) ou le tour de la mine au Pradet
4 based on 226 reviews
We went to this mall this afternoon with my best friend and her mom . There is many shops over there as : Primark ; Stradivarius;Jennifer ; Pull&Bear;New Look ,Nike ;Bluebox and others. I personally really liked what Stradivarius ,Bluebox and Pull&Bear had . Primark was very busy and to be honest I prefer the collection that they have in London and Marseilles here it wasn't very nice .But I must say that there was a lot of staff and security so it made me more relax . We stopped at the Colombus to take a very nice and fresh orange juice with a muffin and a brownie it was very good .It was nice walking around in the fresh air it reminded me of the outlets in America . It is absolutely not the same thing as Grand Var , Grand Var has a nicer clientele and sells good quality and luxury brands so they are different from one another ,they both have bad sides and great sides . I recommend if you have a low budget or if you want to walk around with your friends .
4.5 based on 744 reviews
In the 11th century, the Lords of Fos settled on the top of theCasteou hill (204 m) and built a powerful fortress - one ofthe largest in Provence.Ruled by Charles I of Anjou, brother ofSaint Louis, King of France, a city developed below thefortress which is now a perfect example of a frenchmedieval village. But when in 1481, Provence becamepart of the kingdom of France, the royal city of Hyeresfell into oblivion, until the visits of François I in 1529,then Charles IX and his mother Catherine de Mediciin 1564. However, the city was devastated during thereligious wars. Later on, Louis XIII orderedthe demolition of the castle : the fortress was consideredtoo powerful, as the “League” of Lords was raising againstthe royal order.
Tiny roads leading ultimately to remains of the Chateau. The old town is very quaint and quiet at this time of year (February). Well worth a visit on a cloudy day.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
A natural museum it is an extraordinary set by the beauty and originality of its landscapes.
Lovely views, interesting restaurants and shops. Parking was just about acceptable when we were there.
5 based on 9 reviews
Eric welcomes you aboard DOUBLEJEU, wooden boat 10 meters approved merchant navy, the latest safety standards. In small committee (10 people maximun on board) for convivial dives. We also offer day trip snorkeling trip (PMT) to share a good time with family or friends
A very nice Club to dive in Carqueiranne, I tested the others few years back and Eric is really nice and he is taking a good care of beginners. Affordable prices, boat is cool not too big you will not be with 50 others divers on the boat.
a place to go,
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