18 January 2019 by Jessica Boston
We’ve picked ten of the exciting events taking place in France this year to get you started on planning your next French adventure. With celebrations for food, culture, music and…
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09 March 2018 by Jessica Boston
If you’re planning a family holiday in France this year why not check out one of the fantastic family-friendly festivals or events taking place in 2018?
Here’s our top 10 …
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23 June 2017 by Jessica Boston
If you are lucky enough to be holidaying in Provence you can look forward to sunny weather, beautiful natural sites, history, culture and the glamour of the Cote d’Azur!
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27 February 2015 by Jessica Boston
Provence has an impressive Roman history and there are many Roman sites to visit here. The region became the first Roman province outside Italy when it was conquered in 200BC…
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