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Chantal et Serge Garcia
1400 Route de Belgentier


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Each of our rooms features a complete kitchenette, including a cooker hood, microwave, refrigerator, sink, and dishes. Additionally, you will find spacious closets, a TV with French channels, and a shower room with WC.

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To reach your destination, follow these travel directions:

If you are starting from Marseille, head towards Aubagne, then continue on to Cuges. From Cuges, proceed to Camp and look for signs indicating the route coming from Nice or Toulon. Follow the signs to Highway A52 and take exit 7 for Land. From there, continue towards Solliès Toucas and Belgentier, following the direction signs to your destination.



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