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A PLEASANT distance from the claustrophobic tourist trail, the Beziers area of the Herault offers visitors and buyers exceptional value for money along with an opportunity to immerse themselves in an upwardly mobile area…
The Dordogne has long been a favourite with British holidaymakers but as more Englishmen and women choose to set up home in a Chateau this French rural haven is becoming a hotspot for those seeking a permanent cross-channel…
December 26th and the few days that follow are some of the biggest days for travel planning. With the panics about last minute present buying and Christmas dinner out of the way, people have a chance to relax and start thinking…
Before you book your visit to France, why not learn about what the weather conditions are likely to be. Some areas of France benefit from excellent weather conditions in summer, but its winters can be cold, especially in…
The Dordogne, also well-known under the former name Périgord can be found in the south West region of France and forms part of the Aquitaine region. Its name originates from the river Dordogne which runs through the…
Every year, people all over the world look forward to the experience and wait impatiently for the new French wine to arrive on the shelves as soon as possible after the third Thursday of November. Beaujolais Nouveau wine…
The Pyrénées-Orientales is a famous wine-growing area and a still a relatively unknown tourist spot so it still has plenty of untouched natural French charm. Located in Southern France, the Pyrénées-Orientales…
With over 40,000 chateaux to be found all over France, it’s no surprise that wherever you go, you are sure to see or visit a chateau. But have you ever considered staying in one? These amazing buildings are literally…
This September looks set to be the busiest for years for the French property market as British investors make the most of attractive house prices and good mortgage deals . Buying activity is traditionally high in early Autumn…
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