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13 Best Day Trips from Sarlat
Sarlat is a great base for exploring the surrounding area and here are a few suggestions for some easy day trips from Sarlat. You could easily cover several of the…
Your Ultimate Guide to Sarlat [+video!]
The impossibly beautiful medieval town of Sarlat is the jewel in the crown of the Dordogne. Sarlat is located in the Périgord Noir and attracts thousands of tourists every year,…
Top Tips for Visiting the Chateau de Castelnaud
The stunning Chateau de Castelnaud is of one of the best known and most visited chateaux in the region, if not in France. It should definitely feature on your must-visit…
A Taste of Heaven at Le Paradis Campsite [Dordogne]
Three words – get booked up! We’ve visited the 5 star campsite Le Paradis on a number of occasions including in both low and high season and it’s become one…
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8 Must-Visit Chateaux in the Dordogne
The Dordogne region is synonymous with chateaux and is often referred to as the ‘land of 1001 chateaux’. You’ll find beautiful castles at every turn – large fortresses, renaissance castles,…
30+ Top things to do in the Dordogne [from a local!]
If you’ve read our ‘about’ page, you’ll already know that we moved to the Dordogne in 2012 (and if you haven’t, go check it out here!). As a result, we’ve…
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Top Things to do in Arles
I’ve always been a big fan of Van Gogh and when I heard that the artist had been based in the town of Arles for the last few years of…
French Apéro Cake
Our French friends introduced us to the delicious ‘cake apéro’, a must with any aperitif. The mix is whipped up in a few short minutes, using whatever you have in…
Top Things to do in Nimes
We’ve visited Nimes on several occasions and absolutely love this city. The town is located in the Gard department around 30 minutes from Montpellier. Known as the Rome of France,…
Food & Drink
Are you a foodie? As you’ll no doubt know, France is the home of gastronomy and here we share some of our favourite recipes that we’ve picked up since living here.
“How can you govern a nation that has 246 different kinds of cheese.” Charles de Gaulle
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