16 November 2018 by Jessica Boston
If you’re thinking of escaping at Christmas for a romantic couples retreat or a skiing holiday, or if you fancy a getaway to visit magical Christmas markets and stock up…
adults only, Alps, Avoriaz, Bayeux, Brittany, Chalet, Chamonix, Christmas, Christmas markets, Cotentin Peninsula, Countryside, D-day, D-day beaches, December, festive, Flaine, Food, horse driven sleigh, Josselin, Morbihan, Morzine, Nordic skiing, Normandy, Onnion, Pontivy, Rhone Alps, romantic, skiing, Vannes, Wine, winter
02 November 2018 by Jessica Boston
Lyon is one of the oldest cities in France with the old town classed as a UNESCO world heritage site. It is famous for its gastronomy, architecture and Roman sites…
Architecture, Gastronomy, Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, Lyon, Lyon market, mini break, Mini World Lyon, Musee de Beaux Arts, Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, Parc de la Tete d'Or, Place de Terreaux, provence, Rhone Alpes, Rhone Alps, Roman sites, UNESCO World Heritage Site
06 August 2012 by Jessica Boston and Jane McGarry
A love affair with skiing that began as a 15 year old schoolgirl and a chance opportunity grasped with both hands led Jane McGarry to change her suburban life as a teacher in Bolton for an idyllic home in the French Alps.
19 January 2012 by Alan Grant
For the tourist looking to combine a family holiday with the great sport of cycling, there can really be only one destination – France. And if France is the obvious choice for a cycling holiday then in my opinion the best destination is the lakeside town of Annecy.
Albertville, Alpine Challenge, Annecy, Annecy Triathlon, Basque Country, Biarritz, Cycling, Cycling holidays, Haute Savoie, Mont Blanc, Rhone Alps, Tour de France