Friday, 22 August 2014

Le Lavandou, France

Le Lavandou is a commune in the Var region in the South of France. The region where we stayed was approximately a ten minute walk from Le Lavandou, called Saint Claire. 

Le Lavandou harbour is immediately outside of the town and featured many large boats. The harbour had a faux rock wall which caused larger boats to dock outside the harbour. The town centre had overhanging trees with fairy lights (or twinkle lights) which framed the courtyard and fountains.

This is the view from La Fossett beach which is a more family orientated beach - a 10 minute walk in the opposite direction of Le Lavandou. However, this beach had much colder water! The sea is azure blue in every direction which is clearly shown in all of the photos.

The sunset over Le Lavandou harbour with pink clouds in the sky! I really enjoyed this sunset - particularly as I had passionfruit and raspberry ice cream to go with it!
Afterwards we returned to the caravan that we were sleeping in on the campsite - a week of communal showers as well as washing up and cooking.

Adam and I watching 'Petanque' (which is effectively super aggressive bowls) whilst waiting for the restaurant to open on our final night together in Le Lavandou.

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