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The Wine Expert’s guide to the Languedoc

Situated on the south coast of France, Languedoc is one of the biggest wine producing regions in the world. Annual production is the equivalent of …

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What to see and do in La Couvertoirade, Aveyron

La Couvertoirade may be one of the prettiest places in France that you never heard of. Deep in the heart of the Aveyron department, southeast France, …

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10 Reasons to Love the Gers

Gascony was England’s first colony, its influence reflected in the historically rich fortified villages, ancient cathedrals, grand chateaux and beautiful gardens which dot the region. …

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The volcanoes of Auvergne

In the regional natural park of Auvergne there are 80 volcanoes spread over an area 32km long and 4km wide. They are a sort of …

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The beauty of Béarn, southwest France

Between the Pyrenees and the Atlantic ocean lies Béarn, a historical region. It’s in the department of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques in the furthest corner of southwest …

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Self-guided tour of picturesque Pézenas

Pézenas in the Herault department, Occitanie is a lovely town to visit throughout the year, although it is more lively during the spring and especially …

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The best things to do on a day trip to Narbonne

Narbonne in the Aude department, in Occitanie, southern France is a lively, medium-sized town. It’s also very sunny with around 3,000 hours of sunshine per …

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Guide to Béziers for first time visitors

Béziers, in Herault, Occitanie in the far south of France is a bit of a hidden gem. Whether you love strolling through picturesque little streets, …

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The Gers , France | land of the Musketeer D’Artagnan

When you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside of the Gers, AKA Gascony, down narrow plane tree-lined allées and past villages shrouded in mystery, …

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Culture of the French Basque country

The Basque Country straddles northern Spain and southern France, near the Pyrénées. It is an unofficial land and has no official borders. In France it’s …

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