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Villefranche and the south coast of France

  The Cote d’Azur offers much more than the blockbuster cities of Nice and Cannes – nestled amongst the rocky crests and twisting curves of the southern coast of France lie some spectacular natural scenery, quaint villages and some excellent cultural destinations. Basing yourself in… Read more

Lyon

Lyon is an absolute must-see destination for everyone who admits that their favourite part of a holiday is the edible part. Renowned as the heartland of French gastronomy the leafy, hilly city straddles the Saône and the Rhône (of Rhône wines fame) rivers. Lyon vies… Read more

Uzès

Images: Susie Hollands Head off the well-trodden Provence tourist trail to medieval town Uzès in neighbouring region Gard. This a sun-drenched patch of fertile Languedoc land features the distinctive stark Mediterranean landscapes and is known for its wine, produce, textiles and ceramics. Each May the… Read more

Saint Malo

Text: Susie Hollands Images: Cristian Bortes Swashbuckling Saint Malo is a cute place to go for a quick seaside break! Inside the walled medieval citadel (intra muros) is the place to stay for maximum pirate ambience (Corsaire is the city’s name in French as it… Read more

Aix-en-Provence

Text: Susie Hollands Images: Moritz P and Alex Janssen Everything in Aix is close and walkable which, along with the warm and laid-back Southern vibe, makes it a very relaxing destination. Search for the Dolphin fountain (the city is nicknamed for its thousand fountains) and… Read more

Languedoc Roussillon – Pézenas, Narbonne and Nîmes

Words: Susie Hollands Images: Tony Tidswell, Susie Hollands PÉZENAS Pézenas is a fascinating medieval town – from the 16th and 17th centuries it was the capital city of the Languedoc region, between Montpellier and Beziers.  Once a Roman city, the remarkably well-preserved streets in the… Read more

Avignon

Words: Susie Hollands Images: Susie Hollands and La Mirande Perhaps best known for its annual theatre festival, the light that captivated impressionist Vincent Van Gogh during his convalescence, and of course that bridge – Avignon is well worth the trip from Paris or further afield,… Read more

Courchevel

Courchevel ski resort is one of the most prestigious in France and one of the largest in the world.  In 1946 Emile Allais (a former Olympic skiing champion) and Jeannot Cattelin dreamt of creating a ski resort the likes of which the world had never… Read more

Deauville, Trouville and Honfleur

Deauville’s casino and beaches have long held an allure for the ‘Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know’ crowd. From Coco Chanel, Colette and back again to Francois Sagan, since the fin de siècle wealthy thrill-seekers have been attracted by the sea breeze and the rattle… Read more

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