20 May 2016 by Jane Mercer
A day’s drive from St Malo can take you to many amazing French destinations but the Pays Basque is a favourite for many Francophiles.
Situated roughly halfway between the Atlantic…
Architecture, Biarritz, Compostela Pilgrim Route, Eagles, Espelette, Foodies, Gastronomy, Hang gliding, Lower Navarre, Market, Mountain Climbing, Music, Pamplona, Pays Basque, Pony Trekking, Pyrenees, Saint Jacques, Saint Martin d'Arrossa, Saint-Etienne-de-Baigorry, Saint-Jean-de-Pied-Port, Spain, St Jean de Luz, Surfing, Vultures, Walking, White Water Rafting
25 May 2012 by Alan Grant
In the second instalment of his guides to cycling in France, Alan Grant shares some insights into his favourite cycle routes around Biarritz and the Pyrenees into Spain.
26 April 2012 by Gillian Thornton
Gillian Thornton headed to Aquitaine to revel in the many summer delights of colourful French Basque Country.
Bayonne is my kind of place. Picturesque stone arcades, vibrant cafe culture, busy…
Anglet, Aquitaine, Atlantic, Basque Country, Bayonne, Biarritz, Chocolate, Cite de l'Ocean et du Surf, Musee de la Mer, Pelota, Pimentos, Pyrenees, Rugby, Santiago de Compostela, St Jean du Luz, St Jean Pied de Port
19 January 2012 by Alan Grant
For the tourist looking to combine a family holiday with the great sport of cycling, there can really be only one destination – France. And if France is the obvious choice for a cycling holiday then in my opinion the best destination is the lakeside town of Annecy.
Albertville, Alpine Challenge, Annecy, Annecy Triathlon, Basque Country, Biarritz, Cycling, Cycling holidays, Haute Savoie, Mont Blanc, Rhone Alps, Tour de France