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When do the French take their summer holiday?
The prime summer vacation months in France are July and August, …
What to see in Fontvielle, Provence
Fontvieille is a charming Provençal village in the Bouches-du-Rhône department in …
The mysterious French Beast of Gévaudan
History is full of horrible monsters. The Cyclops terrified the ancient …
Most Expensive Potato in the World is French!
If someone asked you to name the most expensive foods in …
5 beautiful hilltop villages in Provence
Provence is famous for its hilltop towns, known in French as …
Louis Pasteur, the Genius of the Jura
Born some 200 years ago in Dole, Franche-Comté, world-famous chemist Louis Pasteur returned regularly to his native Jura. Gillian Thornton headed east to find out
Tour Provence by bike
Vaucluse in Provence is famous not just for its lavender fields, vineyards, picturesque villages and historic towns – it’s also perfect for cycling. Whether you
Grand Crus booze cruise
The ‘booze cruise’ has long been characterised by customers crossing the Channel to Calais to fill their boots with cheap cases of wines and beer.
Essential tax and finance guide for U.S. Expats in France
Nothing great ever came easy a wise person once said. And when it comes to being an American living in France, dealing with your tax,