Gastronomic Holiday to Bordeaux

Five-star ‘Gastronomic Experience’ in France’s fine-wine region – Bordeaux from £876 pp with Kirker Holidays Nicknamed ‘the balcony of Bordeaux’, the pretty French village of Bouliac is a mere ten-minute drive from the stylish and cosmopolitan city of Bordeaux. Boasting a picture-postcard-perfect square and gorgeous rural views, it’s also home to the five-star Le Saint […]

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The wonderful wine region of Languedoc

At the south east edge of the Med sits the region of Languedoc, a windswept and rugged place peppered with thyme, wild lavender and row upon row if Grenache, Syrah and Carignan grape vines. This is one of the world’s largest wine producing areas with over 30 varieties, several micro-climates and very few restrictions from […]

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Love is in the air at the Moulin Rouge

The world famous Moulin Rouge is throwing open its doors for all lovers to enjoy 3 outstanding evenings in its unique and glamorous setting that that features the passionate colour red, with red love all the way. The evening kicks off at 7pm with a special Valentine’s Day menu that has been specially created by […]

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Reasons to Go Camping in Normandy

The combination of beautiful beaches, high-standard food, attractive scenery, and fantastic landscapes make France a favourable camping holiday destination for British families and holidaymakers. Normandy is specifically a superb camping area for five common reasons. It is extremely convenient to go for a camping holiday in Normandy which is the region of France that’s closest […]

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Visitng Montpellier in France

Montpellier is the capital of the Languedoc-Rousillon region which is located in the South of Francec, The city is located 10 kilometres inland from the Mediterranean coast and has much to offer those who come to this region seeking culture along with the sun. The Place de la Comedie, which is situated in the south […]

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Bergerac the taste of French wine

Bergerac is located in the central heart of the south west France wine growing region. In order to reach Bergerac you can directly fly into the local airport or choose to take the train into town. In addition, you can also fly into one of the two international airports: Toulouse or Bordeaux. Often by doing […]

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