France enjoys tourist boom

It is known to many that France can be a difficult country to visit, especially in the French only speaking areas. Although we dislike its superior shopkeepers and time spent waiting, we cannot deny the fact that we simply love France. As a matter of fact, many people choose to visit France as opposed to […]

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French summer festival season starts

France is the classic summer holiday destination where we as a nation continue to hold a fascination and flock to in droves. Many of us have visited the length and breadth of the country but why not coincide a trip with one of the country’s many events and festivals throughout this summer. The feeling of […]

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Day trip to Calais

When it comes to planning a day out, you tend not to think of going to another country, but so great are the transport links between the UK and France that this is now a viable option. Whether you go by boat or train, a day trip in Calais can be a lot of fun […]

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Spring sunshine in France

There is no need to fly for hours to feel some spring sunshine on your back, as just a short hop across the Channel, France offers everything you could want from a spring break, and much more besides. The official tourism board for the country, Atout France, have been putting together an impressive list of […]

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Visiting Limoges

In the west part of France is the small town of Limoges, in the Haute-Vienne prefecture, and the capital of the region. Known as Limougeauds by the locals, the town is actually the 24th largest in the country, built right on the side of the river Vienne. It is a gateway to Massif Central, a […]

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Antibes and Juan-les-Pins

If you have a look at a map of the Cote d’Azur, you could be forgiven for thinking Antibes and Juan-les-Pins were one and the same as it seems as if travel agents have stuck them together to produce somewhat of a sprawl between Nice and Cannes on the Cap d’Antibes peninsular. They are two […]

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Taking a trip the The Loire Valley

The Loire – the longest river in France – is situated towards western France. This river and its several tributaries intricately head through some of the finest French landscape. It is a diverse area consisting of pastoral farms, great forests and the Loire-Anjou Regional Park; a stunning location for enjoying some recreational track walking in […]

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The delights of Brittany

A holiday in France is never complete without visiting Brittany, which is among the most favourite travel destinations in the country. Brittany offers an enigmatic blend of traditional culture, remarkable historical sites, beautiful countryside, and stunning medieval architecture. Brittany is likewise famous for camping holidays, where one can spend days being mesmerized by coastal attractions […]

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