The Good Life France

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Route of Richard the Lionheart in France

Follow the Route of Richard the Lionheart in France for a trip back in time and a lesson in history. The trail takes you through …

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Interview with an Expat in France | Haute Vienne

We talk to Jacqui Wood from the UK who now lives and works in the lovely Haute-Vienne region, north-west France. It’s an area of forests …

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Limoges Ancient City with a Remarkable History

There has been a city where Limoges now stands, for thousands of years. The Romans settled there, finding a sunny hill that was well drained …

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Aubusson Tapestry Town Limousin

Aubusson is famous the world over though not for its picturesque town with winding narrow streets, lovely architecture, pavement cafés and quirky shops or the …

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The Biggest Strawberry Tart in the world!

In France, strawberries are adored – in fact the French even claim to be responsible for the popularity of the delicious red fruit! The common …

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Oradour-sur-Glane France, Lest we forget

I visited Oradour-sur-Glane in the Limousin region many years ago. The town is known as the village of the martyrs, a sad memorial to it’s …

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Going Potty for Porcelain in Limoges

Walk anywhere in Limoges and you can’t fail to be aware of the town’s reputation for making some of the best porcelain in the world. …

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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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Expats open a gite in Limousin and start a new life in France

  How two Brits met and changed their lives with a move to France… Chris was a veteran of 30 years in the Metropolitan police, …

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Strawberry Festival, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Limousin

Each year on the second Sunday of May, the pretty town of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne in the Limousin region hosts a very special feast open to everyone …

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