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Old 30-08-2011, 15:43
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Hi am coming out on Saturday and staying in Bergantine
Apartments we don't arrive there till evening so would like to get some supplies from the supermarket which way is it to Pine Walk do I head to
Illa dor hotel or the otherway.
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Hi there,

if you are in Bergantin, turn left when leaving the apts & then right i.e. towards the Sea with a little wood called Bosquet de Boquer on your left. When you reach the Sea you are on Voramar which is known locally as the Pine Walk. Turning left will go towards the Illa d'Or & not much on the way, Turn right you will be walking towards the Marina with plenty of bars etc. on the way.

As for supplies, most supermarkets etc. are a road or so back from the sea.
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Thanks very much, looking forward to coming last time was 24 years ago.
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Talking about Pine Walk, I holidayed recently in PP and think Pinewalk is a beautiful place although busy at times, specially in the evenings.
It was lovely to walk in the mornings, about 8, when not so many people were about!
Rosemary
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