Caravan to France - sights and attractions

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Getting started early in the Abbaye Saint Hilaire Abbey. If the cars are not in front of the gate, we believe it is abandoned here. The entrance is free again and the whole area can be scared until it freezes. Lacoste - the residence of the Markýza de Sade, an inaccessible castle and a nice little town with beautiful views of the countryside, the same tourist. Bonnieux - the absolute French countryside. We climb up to the church where there is a parc. This is where the orienteering race takes place, so we avoid a lot of runners, and some of them also show hidden control. On the way back to the car, we sit in a coffee café and enjoy ourselves.

  • Cucuron - another small town that breathes history without people.
  • Chateau de Ansouis - a castle not accessible to the public.
  • Saint Chamas - the Pont de l'Horloge aqueduct - here is a nice example of the art of our ancestors. A surprise among ancient monuments is that it was built in 1868 to bring water to the city. And it is still working, including the demonstration of coupled containers under the road.
  • Aix en Provence - a city full of life for students and tourists.

Here we have a problem finding a camp, so we have to use the infocentre services in the middle of the city. Parking is possible only in underground garages right by Fontaine de la Rotonde. The fountain is beautiful, but it is unfortunately in the middle of a busy roundabout, which is a bit impressive. The parking lot is a bit tricky. At the entrance, the indicated height of the 3,5 meter is only valid for the downhill ramp. The floor is a travertine at the height of the 2,0 meter, so we clog the entrance (our Ferdik has 210 cm), and we are going to talk to Czechs with the operator, which opens the side garage, where we can enter.

Our fears do not end, after visiting the infocentre and trying to pay in the machine, the current is falling and not only we are in the garages in the dark, but also stuck in the elevator. Try to talk to the French automatic fault detector. Eventually everything went well and left us without paying. On the outskirts of the city, we find a camp and use the perfect pool until the closure.



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