Top attractions in France

EU citizens under the age of 26 get free entry into most of France’s national monuments and museums, and many museums are free for the first Sunday of each month.…

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Witches Festival

Away from all the commercial hype of Halloween, the Catalan village of Tressere (66 Pyrenees Orientales, Languedoc-Roussillon) celebrates its Witches Festival (Festa de les Bruixes) 28 October 2016: During the…

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British Winemakers turned French Vignerons

Jancis Robinson in the Financial Times (12 May 08) talks about the growing number of Brits who have followed their dream and bought a vineyard in France. It is hardly…

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Festival of the Wind at Leucate

Leucate (11 Aude, Occitanie) is a peninsula which juts out into the Mediterranean and encompasses an inland sea south of Narbonne and is the gateway to the Parc Naturel Régional…

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Flying UK to France

The number of budget airline routes to France from the UK is continuing to grow, as is the number of French destinations - no longer restricted to the major cities.…

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