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10 fabulous places to visit in Gascony

Gascony is one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and authentic areas of France. It stretches between several departments of southwest France, Landes, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, southwestern Gironde, …

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Guide to Aix-en-Provence

Is it the gorgeous and colourful historic buildings? Or the many museums and galleries, the fabulous markets, the Cours Mirabeau with its fountains, the pretty …

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The Storks of Alsace

Take a stroll through the villages of Alsace in search of the famous storks… Eight AM. It was the first day of my multi-day walking …

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Photo guide to lavender spots in Provence

Uncover the beauty of Provence with Jeremy Flint’s photo guide to the best places to see lavender in the region. Nestled in a picturesque corner …

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Castles in the sky in Dordogne!

Aim for the top and have a sense of humour when it comes to castles in Dordogne says Mike Zampa… We moved into our part-time …

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What to see and do in Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert

In the heart of the Hérault Gorges, in the Val de Gellone, just 40km from Montpellier, you’ll find, wedged into a narrow valley, the tiny …

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Dijon – International City of Gastronomy and Wine

When presented with good food and wine, the French are apt to break out into song. Ban Bourguignon may sound like a robust chicken casserole …

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Visit Beaune and the surrounding area

Tracing the route of one of the most popular films ever made in France – to Beaune, wine country extraordinaire… If you’ve ever wondered where …

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The Treasures of Arles in southern France

Listed by UNESCO for its architectural heritage, Arles offers an irresistible Mediterranean lifestyle at the gateway to France’s largest wetland.  Gillian Thornton let herself go …

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The UNESCO listed treasures of Burgundy

The region of Burgundy-Franche-Comté boasts traditional French gastronomy and world class vineyards as well as castles, majestic churches and charming villages. It also shares first …

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