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  • In pursuit of green gold in Provence
    Our photographer followed Carine and Roland Coupat, who have been growing olives in Provence since 1998. It’s at La Bastide du Laval that they harvest, assemble and produce their award-winning olive
  • Old Lyon, Witness to the Renaissance
    With over a thousand years of history, Old Lyon has you in its sights! To walk through the historic areas of the 3rd largest city of France is to stroll through the centuries. Especially the
  • Paris – Tea time at luxury hotels
    The classic english tradition of teatime has found its way over the canal and gained ground in the capital's luxury hotels, which now invites guests for tea...
  • France to host the Rugby World Cup 2023
    France is preparing to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023. With 48 matches set to take place across 10 host cities, the organisers are promising a 45-day celebration in a spirit of openness that
  • Discover Darwin – in Bordeaux
    Enjoy a coffee, stroll in the fresh air, admire the works of street artists or glide on the ramps of a skatepark, Darwin offers a whole range of experiences in one place on the right bank, Bordeaux
  • A new face for the mountains in 2019
    The Tomorrowland festival takes over the slopes of Alpe d’Huez The resort of Alpe d’Huez will host the famous Belgian electro music festival from 9-16 March 2019. Tomorrowland expects no less
 
 
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    The Grande Odyssée Savoie-Mont Blanc is the world’s most challenging international dog sled race. It brings together each year 20 of the best mushers on the planet. Through the Savoie and Haute-Savoie, these cold weather athletes travel 1,000km in 9 stages and achieve over 30,000m of altitude...
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    Normandy is well known for the legendary island of Mont-Saint-Michel, the boardwalk of Deauville, the Bayeux Tapestry and the landing beaches – but it’s also full of secret and extraordinary sites, off the beaten track and brimming with charm. The experts of Normandy Tourism are delighted to share...
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    We followed Charlotte Le Gallais, a young winemaker who produces her namesake champagne on her family’s estate in Boursault, in the Marne Valley. Charlotte and her father Hervé head the family champagne business. Using sustainable winemaking methods, they create magnificently unique and expressive...