08 September 2017 by Jessica Boston
The autumn months are a great time to visit France – major tourist attractions like Mont Saint Michel and the Chateaux of the Loire are less crowded, there is delicious…
autumn, Beaches, Brest, Brittany, Chateau Chambord, Chateaux, Cider, Cidre, Climbing, Finistere, France, Gastronomy, Gavernie Falls, Hiking, holidays, Huelgoat, Les Abers, lighthouse, Loire Chateaux, Loire Valley, Loire Valley Vineyards, Midi Pyrenees, Mont St Michel, Mont-Saint-Michel, Montsegur, Mountain biking, Nature, Pyrenees, short breaks, Vineyards, Wildlife, wine harvest
12 July 2013 by Gillian Thornton
Gillian Thornton’s travels and curiosity took her to Huelgoat – the enchanting gateway to Finistère’s Monts d’Arrée and within easy reach of Roscoff.
Turning down the path beside the solid…
Arthur, Botmeur, Breton, Brittany, Broceliande, Celtic, Chaos of Rocks, Finistere, Giant Gargantua, Guided Walks, Huelgoat, Korrigans, Menhirs, Merlin, Mont St Michel de Brasparts, Monts d'Aree, Paul Gauguin, Paul Serusier, River Argent, Roscoff
25 February 2013 by Chris Rundle
Chris Rundle met the French door-to-door salesman who for many years was a familiar face in England as the man who really knew his onions.
The ageing process – and…
23 August 2012 by Gillian Thornton
Gillian Thornton paints a picture of Pont-Aven and other attractions in the heart of Cornouaille, southern Brittany.
The History of Cornouaille
It’s no coincidence that Cornouaille sounds rather like Cornwall…
Beg Meil, Benodet, Brittany, Brittany Ferries, Cider, Concarneau, Corentin, Cornouaille, Cornwall, Earthenware Museum, Faience, Finistere, Folklore, GR34, Iles de Glenan, Kemper, Odet, Paul Gauguin, Pont-Aven, Port Manech, Quimper, Regional Costume, Sainte-Marine, Synthetism, Thalassotherapy