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Didier Veron
Cosquer Boulou


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This charming gite features a fully equipped kitchen, although it does not include a dishwasher. The cozy living space includes a room with a comfortable 140 bed. In addition, the bathroom is equipped with a sink and a spacious shower area that also doubles as a sofa bed.


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