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Ryanair Opens New Routes to popular France
HOUSE-HUNTING in France just became a whole lot easier thanks to the decision of Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary to begin operating a number of new routes to the country direct from Manchester.
The first flight from Manchester to Biarritz is scheduled to depart on March 25 2012, a day later the airline introduces its new service to Beziers while on March 27 flights begin to operate to Tours.
Adding these three new routes to the already existing, popular destinations of Bergerac, Beziers, Bordeaux, Brest, Carcassonne, La Rochelle, Limoges, Nantes, Nice, Perpignan, Poitiers and Toulon proves beyond doubt Ryanair are the premier supplier of flights to destinations throughout France.
And Ryanair’s latest three routes will prove invaluable to anybody looking to purchase a property in France with My-French-House offering a comprehensive range of village houses, country houses and villas for sale in many regions.
Biarritz has long held a richly-deserved reputation for glamour, rich in chic and heritage but also remains a favourite among the world’s surfing community with the Atlantic Ocean regularly supplying some of the best surf in Europe. And now you can fly there from the North West and find yourself unlocking the front door of your new property in less than two and a half hours. We offer a many property in this area, our database is updated daily and we remain confident you will find the property of your dreams with us.
My-French-House.com also has numerous properties for sale in the Beziers area, many in the countryside and traditional villages among the vineyards between the Mediterranean coast and the spectacular Languedoc National Park.
This area is also the sunniest in France with approximately 300 days of sun per year but more importantly it lacks the strong winds prevalent in many other parts of the Languedoc.
Within a 13 miles radius you can find beaches, the Upper Languedoc National Park with mountains, cliffs, waterfalls, rivers, a lake, registered historic villages, traditional markets, vineyards, rivers (for swimming and kayaking,) astounding scenery and the spectacular Lake du Salagou for swimming and watersports.
Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a property in the central region of France, then Ryanair’s new route to Tours is the one for you. Famous for its wine production, Tours is the largest city in the region and an ideal base for second-home owners who wish to remain in easy commuting distance of the UK. And for alternative routes, it's worth checking Jet2.com, the UK's third largest airline, flying from nine UK bases to over 60 destinations across Europe and beyond.