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A beginner’s guide to the Cote d’Azur
By Alison Cummings on Apr 21 2017

With over twelve million tourists in 2006 alone, the Côte d’Azur – or the French Riviera – is one of the most popular stretches of coastline in France. However, for first-time visitors to the region it can be a little overwhelming to decide the best way to spend your time there, working out whether you can do everything you want. Here we’ll provide a beg... Read More

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4 Places to Visit in Historical France
By Alison Cummings on Apr 20 2017

France is a country that, as much as anywhere else in Europe, boasts a strong historical background. From Revolutions to Empires, and on to hosting some of the most beautiful - and indeed, world leading - palaces and cities in the world. From Paris to Nice, every field and street in France is ripe with a wealth of history that, for tourists and visitors, is ready for the picking. Paris Start... Read More

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A sun worshipper's guide to the best South of France beaches
By Alison Cummings on Apr 13 2017

It's no secret that the South of France is home to some of the nation's most beloved beaches. Sun worshippers from all over Europe flock to the region to stroll across the sands, soak up some rays and splash around in the sea. If you're one of the unlucky few that have yet to set foot on a Southern French beach, find out what you're missing with this short guide to some of the region's most beauti... Read More

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Out and about in the South of France
By Alison Cummings on Apr 8 2017

Each year, thousands of people choose the South of France for their family holiday. When you see what this beautiful part of the country has to offer, its easy to understand why. From stunning beaches and medieval villages in the hills, to the white horses of the Camargue and the ancient monasteries; there is so much diversity here and plenty to see and do. The South of France boasts some of the... Read More

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Walking in France | A Guide
By Alison Cummings on Apr 7 2017

It’s easy to see the attraction of holidays spent largely on foot. There can’t be any better way to escape modern life and explore local landscapes close up and at leisure. France, in particular, has a wonderfully varied terrain, and its appeal to visitors from the UK is absolutely timeless. So why not build in at least some time for walking on your next French holiday? Yo... Read More

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Five fabulous restaurants to visit in France
By Alison Cummings on Apr 6 2017

France is famous for many things that are renowned across the globe. Great art for one; be that the paintings of Monet, the words of Satre or the films of Truffaut. Paris Fashion Week, the Tour De France and the Cannes Film Festival are internationally renowned events that capture the imagination of the world. But for many, first and foremost France is food. And drink. And more food. France h... Read More

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