19 December 2017 by Jessica Boston
There are loads of great reasons to take a festive trip across The Channel to France this year – stroll around the romantic Christmas markets, stock up on great value…
Bordeaux, Bordeaux Market, Caen, Caen Market, Christmas, Christmas markets, Christmas shopping in France, Christmas traditions, circus, December, Falaise, Falaise Market, Festival of Lights, Fete des Lumieres, Le Havre, Le Havre Market, Lyon, Market, Markets, Mont St Michel, Nantes, Nantes Market, National Stud Farm, Rouen, Rouen Market, Stud farm, The National Stud of Lamballe, winter
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
12 December 2014 by Jess Boston
Opening their two gites and three B&B rooms to guests in July 2012 was the realisation of a dream for Olivier and Anne-Véronique Kornicker.
They had reached a point where…
B&B, Bayeux tapestry, Bungee Jumping, Calvados, Cider, D-day landing beaches, Falaise, gites, Hiking, Horseriding, kayaking, Mont St Michel, Pommeau, William the Conqueror, Wines