10 August 2018 by Jessica Boston
In spite of its rather utilitarian name the GR34 walking path in Brittany has some of the most beautiful coastal scenery and breathtaking views that you can imagine! The route…
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14 August 2014 by Jessica Boston
France is a big and beautiful country perfect for exploring on foot. There are plenty of easy, flat routes, well maintained and signposted for the casual walker. Of course, for…
Atlantic, Autoire, Bergerac, Canals, Carennac, Chateau de Castelnaud, Chateau de Commargue, Chateau de Loss, Coast Path, Collonges La Rouge, Cote de Jor, Cottage, Coypu, Crozon Peninsula, Curemonte, Dordogne, Entre-Deux-Mers, Footpaths, Garonne, Gite, Gorge d'Enfer, Kingfishers, Knight's Templar, Lascaux, Loire, Loubressac, Market, Mont St Michel, Nantes-Brest canal, Otters, Perigord, Petrus, Pink Granite Coast, Plus Beaux Villages de France, Pre-historic Caves, Property Owner, Saconnat, Saint-Emilion, Saunternes, St Jacques de Compostelle, St Jean de Cole, St Leon sur Vezere, St Paul La Roche, Tourist Office, Towpaths, Treks, Truffles, Turenne, UNESCO, Vineyards, Voie verte, Walking Holidays, Walking in Bordeaux, Walking in Brittany, Walking in the Dordogne, Walking Routes, Wine-Tasting
04 November 2011 by Ron Toft
Ron and Jean Toft decided it was high time to reward themselves with a well-deserved break in France – and Brittany’s diverse Armorique Regional Natural Park proved to be just the tonic...