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Gouffre de Padirac Dordogne the French ‘Devil’s Hole’

Into the Abyss and Back Again… the Gouffre de Padirac Dordogne – the French “Devil’s Hole” is an amazing and unique natural wonder in France
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Josephine Baker Chateau des Milandes

If you are ever travelling in the area known as the Perigord region, within the Dordogne department of France, don’t miss out on a visit
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One of France’s prettiest villages – Aubeterre-sur-Dronne

Aubeterre-Sur-Dronne, a perfect, neat little village surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, tucked away in the Poitou Charente Region of south western France says Geraldine Smith…
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A Fleeting Glimpse of the Dordogne Valley

A group of six of us decided to take an express visit to the Dordogne valley in south western France. It was a bit like
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A week long ago in France

A holiday in France inspires a love for the French way of life in the beautiful Vendée. “I don’t remember what my hair felt like
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Ile de Re Harbour

What to see and do in the Charente-Maritime region 2014

Incredibly popular with the French and increasingly so with savvy Brits, the Charente-Maritime, situated in the heart of the French Atlantic coast offers a wealth
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Amazing food experiences | My Huge Lunch Date in Sarlat France

When you get invited to lunch in Sarlat, you had better make sure you don’t eat too much for breakfast. This is a town that
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Sarlat Market Day – Foodie Fantasy

I was up early on a cool February Saturday morning to discover that it was raining lightly. I didn’t care, I was having the time
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The magnificent hanging gardens of Marqueyssac

  The river Dordogne takes in many beautiful sights as it winds it’s way about 500 km through Auvergne, Limousin and several other departments to
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Beynac Dordogne Visit

Having taken a short 2 hour flight from London City Airport to Brive Airport in the Dordogne on a dull February friday, and with just
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