The Good Life France

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Photos of Collioure that will make you want to go there!

The French Mediterranean village of Collioure is nothing short of enchanting. Travel guru Rick Steves refers to it as “paradise reclaimed” – it’s hard to …

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Paris in Photos | 10 views of the world’s favourite city

Paris is the most visited Tourist destination in the world, it’s probably the most photographed too! We never tire of seeing pictures of the beautiful …

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Mont Saint Michel Normandy

France at a glance: Mont-Saint-Michel Normandy

It’s an iconic landmark and one of the most incredible monuments in Europe, actually I think of it as one of the wonders of the …

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Monet’s Garden Giverny, Photo of the Week from France

 This lovely photograph of Monet’s garden at Giverny was shared with us by David Stratton from Australia. An appreciative audience of more than 60,000 people …

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The Good Life France Winter Photo Competition

Enter our Winter in France photo contest. You don’t have to be a professional or even a great photographer to take a great photograph. We …

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Postcard from France Competition Winner

We thought, if we hold a competition to share photos of France from our readers around the world we would receive a few great photos… …

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The Chateau de Chenonceau photos

The beautiful Chateau de Chenonceau, located in the Loire Valley, region of Centre is one of the most visited chateaux in France. When we held …

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Wine producing villages in France | Vacqueyras

Vacqueyras, in the heart of the Vaucluse is in many ways off the beaten track. Although famous for its wines it is not that well …

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Turenne France

Turenne, Correze in Nouvelle-Aquitaine (formerly Limousin region) is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France (by Les Plus Beaux Villages de France …

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Etretat Cliffs Normandy

  The photo above was an entrant in our French photo competition and the lady who sent it said “It needs no introduction”. In many …

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