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Why Megeve is the perfect base for your winter holiday
By Alison Cummings on Nov 21 2017

The incredible town of Megève is an absolutely perfect resort to go skiing in this winter. It is an exquisite ski resort and is considered to be one of the best in Europe because of its amazing facilities and luxurious feel. It was the first ski resort built in the French Alps and because of the wide range of activities available, it is a hugely popular destination for both skiers and non-s... Read More

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Famous French Landmarks
By Alison Cummings on Oct 23 2017

France is bursting with famous landmarks, many of which are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. Sadly, when we think of French landmarks, we rarely get further than Paris. The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Sacre Coer just roll off the tongue. But what about some the ancient and downright fascinating features of France that reside outside of the capital? This article tak... Read More

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Must visit museums in Paris
By Alison Cummings on Sep 28 2017

Paris is a treasure chest packed to bursting with art, culture and history. There are so many fantastic museums, galleries and landmarks to visit that it can be hard to know exactly where to start. That’s why we have come to the rescue with this article, which gives you the low down on the five must-visit museums in Paris. Our selection is wide and caters to all tastes, so whether you’... Read More

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Top five winter activities in Brittany
By Alison Cummings on Sep 14 2017

Though you probably associate the stunning beaches and rugged coastline of Brittany with idyllic summer holidays and revitalising spring breaks, the region has something to offer visitors throughout the year, with the winter months some of the wildest, most romantic and most atmospheric of all. Plus, with all of the summer tourists safely back at home, you’ll have the stunning... Read More

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How about a taste of Cognac!
By Alison Cummings on Sep 4 2017

The world's best-known brandy comes from the peaceful countryside surrounding the Charente River one hundred miles north of Bordeaux. This slow moving river, which King François I called the loveliest river in his kingdom, passes through a placid landscape of vineyards bathed by a clear and radiant light. A twenty-mile area called the 'golden circle" of cognac production encompasses Cognac... Read More

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Normandy - a road trip through must see places
By Alison Cummings on Aug 22 2017

Choose Normandy if you want to do away with the sand and chlorine and enjoy a more active holiday. A road trip around Normandy is the ultimate getaway. Visit historic towns, coastal villages, sample the delights of local produce and meet the cutest cows. This article takes you on a tour around the best parts of beautiful Normandy so you can hit the road the moment you arrive.Caen Caen is the capi... Read More

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