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Top Things To Do In Moliets et Maa, France

Top Things To Do In Moliets et Maa, France

A Lovely Planet’s guide to the top things to do in Moliets et Maa, France.     I’ve absolutely loved being back in Europe this summer. Spending time with family, catching up with friends and exploring new European destinations has been fantastic. I’ve been lucky enough to take two family holidays, one with my family…

A Guide To Burgundy, France

A Guide To Burgundy, France

I love visiting France, and although I travel there regularly to visit family in the Alsace or to ski in the Alps, I have to admit I’ve seen very little of the country. However this year I’ve managed to visit two new areas; Provence in August, and Burgundy in September. I knew of the famous…

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

As a wine lover (but by no means an expert!), I was very excited to be visiting Châteauneuf-du-Pape. I knew of the wine, but before organising the trip, I didn’t realise that Châteauneuf-du-Pape is also a village, as well as a wine producing region (which is made up of seven villages).     The village…

A Beginners Guide To Skiing & Snowboarding

A Beginners Guide To Skiing & Snowboarding

I love skiing and snowboarding, and have been going every year for the last 10 years. Recently a friend told me she was going skiing for the first time and it got me thinking about my first trip.  It was definitely a little overwhelming knowing what to take and what to expect. So I decided…

A Guide To Planing A Road Trip

A Guide To Planing A Road Trip

  Road trips are a great way to maximise your holiday and visit more than one destination in a trip, and they are a really fun way to see the world. When planning a road trip, it can sometimes feel a little overwhelming…..where to stay, how many nights in each place, which accommodation, how much…

Wine Festivals in the Alsace

Wine Festivals in the Alsace

  When it comes to France, the Alsace is often forgotten as a holiday destination (and wine making region), with people opting for the more obvious areas of Champagne, Bordeaux and the Loire Valley.  But the Alsace has some of the most beautiful villages in France, and produces some fantastic wines, including the regions sparkling…

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