10 March 2017 by Jessica Boston
Cycling is a great way to enjoy an active holiday as a family, and Brittany offers miles of routes that are suitable for all ages and ability levels. There are…
Aulne Valley, Auray, Bicycles, Bikes, Brittany, Carnac Stones, Channel, Cote Sauvage, Coypu, Cycle Paths, Cycling, Dinan, Erdeven, Evran, Huelgoat, Ille et Rance Canal, Josselin Chateau, Lac de Betineuc, Medreac Velorail, Monts d’Arree, Morlaix, Nantes-Brest canal, Parc Naturel Regional d'Armorique, Pontivy, Quiberon, Quiberon peninsula, Redon, Scrignac, St Malo, Standing Stones
07 October 2016 by Jess Boston
The Loire is the longest river in France and, together with its tributaries, it forms the Loire Valley. The river valley region is a unique and beautiful landscape dotted with…
Angers, Angers Castle, Anjou, Apocalypse Tapestry, Blois, Bourre, Catherine de Medici, cave, Chateau Chambord, Chateau Chenonceau, Chateau de Brissac, Chateau de Serrant, Chateau Royal, Chateau Villandry, Chateaux, Chinon, Cycle Paths, Diane de Poitiers, Dragons, Francois 1, Gardens, Hundred Years War, Joan of Arc, Loire, Loire Valley, Magic Museum, Muscadet, Nantes, Orleans, River Cher, River Cruise, Sancerre, Saumur, Son et Lumiere, Troglodyte, Vines, Vineyards, Vouvray
28 August 2015 by Gillian Thornton
There’s something for all ages along the Battle of Normandy driving routes. Gillian Thornton got behind the wheel.
Cherbourg – a history of war
Poised on the tip of the…
Battle of Normandy, Bayeux, Bessin, Caen, Calvados, Cherbourg, Cotentin, Cycle Paths, D-day, D-day beaches, D-day landing beaches, Driving in France, Falaise, Haras du Pin, Manche, Napoleon, Normandy, Orne, William the Conqueror
06 March 2015 by Amy Buckingham
If you’ve ever taken the ferry from Portsmouth to Saint-Malo, then you’re probably familiar with the road south from the seaport to the walled town of Dinan.
It’s a beautiful…
Beach, Breton culture, Brittany, Cotes d'Armor, Cottage, Cycle Paths, Dinan, Emerald Coast, Nature Walks, Plouer-sur-Rance, River Rance, Saint Malo, Saint-Suliac