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Just before Covid arrived, France retained its crown as the world’s most visited country. And French people’s favourite country to holiday in is their own. Each region has its own individual identity; its culture, geography and gastronomy. And above it all, it’s the French lifestyle that we all wish to embrace. In the pages within this Blog, you’ll find everything that is indeed "Pure France". We hope you will find our features entertaining, enlightening and informative. And when you’re tempted to become a part if it all, head to our property pages and find your ideal holiday rental home. We look forward to hearing from you.


PuyDuFou

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26 September 2021  |  Hugh Atkins  |  Sports and leisure, Tourism

Puy du Fou

Puy du Fou is a historical theme park in Les Epesses (between Cholet and La Roche-sur-Yon) in the heart of the Pays de la Loire region of western France. The park receives more than 2 million visitors every year, making it the second most popular theme park in France after Disneyland Paris.

Cannes

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23 September 2021  |  Hugh Atkins  |  Nature , Tourism, Sports and leisure

Cannes Natural Forest Park - La Croix des Gardes

Less than a kilometre from the Croisette in Cannes isthe Forest Natural Park of the Croix des Gardes, offering a secluded forest with many trails. Discover no less than 5 routes ranging from 1.5 km to 5.2 km crossing 80 wooded hectares punctuated by 5 look-out points to admire a 360° panorama over the bay of Cannes, the Estérel massif and the Lérins Islands.

Espelette

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22 September 2021  |  Hugh Atkins  |  Gastronomy

Fête du Piment

In the Basque Country, there is always a good reason to party. On the last weekend of October, the charming little village of Espelette celebrates the end of the harvest of its famous chilli pepper! The opportunity for the locals and for several thousand visitors to share a traditional party and savor local Basque products.

Grape harvest

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16 September 2021  |  Amélie Roca  |  Nature , Drinks

Harvest time has come

We are in September and who says September says: harvest period. It is during this period that the winegrowers harvest the grapes from their vines to make their wine production. By hand or by machine, the harvest period is generally between the end of August and October, depending on the region.

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