12 Must-Do Experiences on the Channel Coast

Twelve outstanding experiences not to miss on the Channel Coast Related articles: Great Destinations, Time to Tune into the Channel What to See and Do on the Channel Coast Where to Stay and Eat on the Channel...
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The Littoral Charms of Brittany

With its dramatic coastline and rural interior, Brittany has long been a favourite with holidaymakers. Gillian Thornton can’t wait to return. Few sporting events showcase a country in quite the same way as the Tour...
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10 Reasons to Visit Orne in Normandy

Just 50 miles south of the ferry port of Caen/Ouistreham, Orne lies in the lesser-known Basse-Normandie, awash with rich pastureland, fragrant apple orchards, dense forest, small villages and market towns. 1. THE VERSAILLES OF THE...
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What to See and Do in the Dordogne Valley

Beautiful villages, historic châteaux and stunning countryside... there’s something here for everyone. Related article: Hollywood sur Dordogne: What’s New for Visitors in 2021 CHÂTEAU HOPPING Dordogne Valley Châteaux en Fête: What better way to mark the Land of...
Château de Sully-sur-Loire in all of its fairy tale magnificence. Photo: Dawn Dailey

Château de Sully-sur-Loire: Prison, Hideaway, or Refuge?

At the confluence of the rivers Loire and La Sange stands a commanding castle encircled by the reflective waters of a protective moat. Over the centuries, this château has welcomed a variety of illustrious...
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Restaurant Review: Brigade du Tigre in Paris

France’s links with southeast Asia date back to the invasion of southern Vietnam in 1862, which then led to the founding in 1864 of its Indochine colony, today Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Despite an...
Beynac-eat-Cazenac in the Dordogne

Hollywood sur Dordogne: What’s New for Visitors in 2021

Chloe Govan reveals the Dordogne Valley’s showbiz side, as she explores what’s new for visitors in 2021 in a location where modern and medieval mix... Dordogne is renowned as the land of 1001 châteaux but...
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Planning for Paris: What’s New in the French Capital

Despite the events of the past year, the City of Light has not stood still during this time. In  fact, conversely, there have been some fairly major changes – and we think you’re going...
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Explore Grasse: The World Capital of Perfume

The world capital of perfumery, the Mediterranean city of Grasse hasn’t always smelled of roses, as Jennifer Ladonne discovers In 2018, the “world capital of perfume” was honoured with UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage status to...
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France Aims to Welcome Vaccinated Travellers this Summer

Dreaming of visiting France this summer? That rêve may soon be a reality for vaccinated travellers. In an exclusive, much buzzed-about interview on the CBS News show “Face the Nation,” President Emmanuel Macron announced he’s...