New names for the 13 new regions of France

The new map of France arising from the territorial reform is now complete. The Regional Councillors had until 1 July 2016 to determine their new name. The last region which needed to be renamed was the Aquitaine Limousin Poitou Charentes that will now be called “Nouvelle Aquitaine”. Thanks to this decision, we now know the […]

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Stunning French provencal property for horse lovers

Discover and let yourself be tempted by this charming Provencal farmhouse located in the beautiful town of Ortaffa and enjoy an exceptional overview of the mountain range of the Pyrenees.

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Languedoc Roussillon: focus on 2 unusual towns

It’s time to discover the French region Languedoc Roussillon and to focus on Uzès and Argelès… Languedoc Roussillon is bounded to the east by Provence-Alpes-Cote-d’Azur and Rhone-Alpes, to the south by the Mediterranean Sea, to the north by Auvergne, and to the west by Midi-Pyrenees.

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What are the most expensive seaside resorts in France this summer?

Sextant market research team has carried out a study to find out the most expensive holiday destinations this year by analysing the average price of hotel rooms.

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Father’s Day: Still haven’t bought Dad a present?

Next Sunday, in the UK as well as in France, we celebrate the Father’s Day. For a long time, it used to be celebrated on the 19th of March, on the Joseph’s day, as a reference of the Christ’s father. The Father’s Day without any religious connotation has been created in the USA in 1912. […]

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Brace yourselves, summer is coming!

The days are getting longer and longer, sunnier and sunnier, warmer and warmer.

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The Canal du Midi: A Good Place to Live

Such a beautiful area to enjoy sun and tranquillity! The Canal du Midi has been one of the most appreciated sites in France for many years.

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France, Land Of Champagne

In the seventeenth century, at the time of its invention by a genius monk, only large noble families had the privilege of drinking champagne.

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Languedoc-Roussillon: Home to France’s best oysters

The Bouzigues oyster is famous for its flavour and freshness.

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Discover Le Cap d’Agde

Cap d-Agde is the number one resort of the Mediterranean coast, located in the Hérault department of the Languedoc Roussillon region.

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