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Vacances Bleues Residence
SAS with a capital of € 1,913,371
Registered office: 32 rue Edmond Rostand – 13006 MARSEILLE
RCS Marseille 424 860 435 – SIRET : 424 860 435 00173
ATOUT FRANCE : IM013100146
Intracommunity VAT number: FR 56 424 860 435