Rich in monastic tradition and history, the smallest and most distant of the two Lerins Islands (1500 meters/4921 feet long ... More
Rich in monastic tradition and history, the smallest and most distant of the two Lerins Islands (1500 meters/4921 feet long by 400 meters/1312 feet wide and some three kilometeres/two miles in circumference) used to be called Lerina. It has fertile soil and magnificent trees, notably Aleppo pines. A reef protects the south side of the island against the sea. Once on the island, make sure you visit the abbey Notre-Dame de Lerins , its main attraction.
Opened in 1952, Musee de la Castre truly strives to promote art. Its collections reflect the interests of 19th century
Musee de la Castre, ethnographers, antiques enthusiasts and art lovers. You'll find an impressive collection of Mediterranean artifacts from ...
In the twelfth century, the site of Saint Ferreol's church was a Templar command post where the monastico chivalric order
was banned. In 1369 the Augustine monks acquired the Knights' buildings. The current church was consecrated in 1542 and ...
Amenities:Mini Bar. Hot Water. Non Smoking Rooms. Safe (In Room). Hair Dryer. Private bathroom. DVD/VCR. Television (Cable/Satellite). Air Conditioning (In
Room). Telephone. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Hotel Details:Pool (Outdoor). Multi lingual Staff. Internet (Wireless) in Public Areas ...