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The Good Life France Magazine issue No. 28

Welcome to The Good Life France Magazine Issue no. 28… It’s totally free to subscribe to, read online or download. Just access it via the link below: Click here for: The Good Life France Magazine Issue no. 26 It’s stuffed full of fabulous features including absolutely beautiful Annecy known as the Venice of the French Alps …

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What to see and do in Vaison-la-Romaine, Provence

Vaison-la-Romaine lies at the foot of the Denetelles de Montmirail mountains in Provence. An ancient town once inhabited by the Romans, it was called Vaison until 1924 when it was renamed. The La Romaine part of the name is in homage to the number of Roman ruins uncovered in the early 20th century. What to …

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Road trip Gers – to the heart of Gascony

Take a road trip in Gers, AKA Gascony. As you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside, down narrow plane tree-lined allées past villages shrouded in mystery, you get the sense that the area looks much as it did during the time of d’Artagnan, one of its most renowned heroes. He was not just a …

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Provence Autumn Tour | Photography and Provencal lifestyle

Capture the fall colours of Provence on camera and experience the true Provençal lifestyle on a unique and fabulous tour. Autumn is a season of warmth and vibrance in southern France. The “vineyards shimmer with golden rays. Ruby red vine leaves climb ancient stone walls under an azure blue sky” says Emily Durand of Your …

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Amiens in Picardy makes for a fascinating visit

Amiens, the capital city of Picardy in northern France, is one for your bucket list. It has an age-old history and an incredible UNESCO listed Gothic Cathedral. There is also a remarkable “Green Venice” of ancient canals which criss cross the city, an extraordinary network of watery arteries dotted with hundreds of floating gardens. This …

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Discover the Gorges de La Nesque Provence

Although much of the Provencal countryside is made up of gently rolling hills, vineyards, wheat and lavender fields, the Vaucluse area has a wilder more rugged side. Take a drive along the spectacular Gorges de La Nesque to discover the wild beauty of these spectacular ravines. They are part of the UNESCO listed Mont Ventoux …

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