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Camping le Parc des Monges
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Camping Alpes Maritimes 06, near Grasse, Le Parc des Monges *** is located in a green area in the PACA region Auribeau on Siagne, swimming, water aerobics, mobile homes, cottages for rent, locations, close to Cannes sea ​​and beaches, sports activities, games for children, entertainment, evenings, mountain biking,

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Uploaded: 02/10/2012
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