Post Tagged with: "france"

  • Grand Plage in Biarritz from Hotel de Palais
     

    Unique Biarritz (Video)

    When you find yourself in downtown Biarritz, you get the impression of a much larger city. Believe it or not, it has a permanent population of less than 30,000, but when you count the adjacent towns of Anglet and Bayonne it is closer to 120,000. It was a traditional fishing […]

     
     
  • Carlina Belle Plagne Residence
     

    Luxury In La Plagne – New Residence Opens In Belle Plagne

    The Carlina Residence comprises five swish, contemporary ski-in, ski-out boltholes each accommodating up to ten guests in four or five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Furnishings in neutral, calming tones, flat-screen TVs, well-equipped kitchenettes, ski lockers with boot driers, a private sauna and free WiFi enhance any stay, and the panoramic […]

     
     
  • Le Saint-James, Bordeaux
     

    Free Cooking Lesson at Le Saint-James, Bordeaux

    Gastronomic hotel Le Saint-James is located in the village of Bouliac just 15 minutes from the centre of Bordeaux. The hotel is offering a free cooking lesson in their onsite cookery school, “Côté Cours” or free wine tasting classes for corporate groups of 6 people or more, taken between 23rd […]

     
     
  • Gas Powered Cruise ferry from Brittany Ferries
     

    Brittany Ferries announces order of giant gas-powered cruise-ferry

    Leading French ferry and holiday company, Brittany Ferries, today announced that an order has been placed for a new cruise-ferry that will be its largest yet, and one of the biggest such vessels in the world. It will also be the cleanest, most environmentally-friendly ship to operate in UK waters […]

     
     
  • LD Lines
     

    New UK to Spain service

    LD Lines has announced the introduction of a new UK to Spain service between Poole (Dorset) and Santander in Northern Spain. Complementing LD Lines’ existing France to Spain route between Saint Nazaire, south of Brittany and Gijón in Northern Spain, the service represents a major development to the company’s creation […]

     
     
  • Château les Carrasses
     

    An unique insider view to discovering wines of the Languedoc Roussillon

    Château Les Carrasses, a charming 19th century wine domain in the South of France is delighted to offer guests an unusual behind the scenes insight into winemaking in the Languedoc Roussillon. A once thriving wine producer, the Château has been returned to its former glory as a boutique winery in […]

     
     
  • Le Mas Candille
     

    Le Mas Candille, near Cannes

    Le Mas Candille is a 5* luxury boutique hotel nestled in the hills just a short walk from the art hub and Instagram haven that is Mougins and 5 miles from the Centre of effortlessly chic Cannes. This stunning hotel provides the ultimate ultra-luxe base for a girly break in […]

     
     
  • Annecy – Venice of the Alps
     

    Annecy – Venice of the Alps

    By Trevor Claringbold The last time I was in Annecy was about seven years ago, when it was merely a convenient stopover on a back-roads drive to Monaco. We’d arrived after dark, and had the briefest glimpse of the town and its magnificent lake, through an alpine mist, as we […]

     
     
  • Chenonceau Loire
     

    Camping Holidays in the Loire Valley

    Châteaux, vineyards, cathedral cities, riverside towns and glorious scenery – the Loire Valley is fabulous. By Sue Dobson The great River Loire and its tributaries wind through spectacular countryside, where vineyards hug hills and line valleys, picture book villages perch along riverbanks and medieval cities reveal their glories. Legendary châteaux, […]

     
     
  • Camping Holidays in the Vendée, France
     

    Camping Holidays in the Vendée, France

    Long sandy beaches, small towns, historic castles and treats for children and nature lovers. By Sue Dobson Just south of Brittany, on the French Atlantic coast, the Vendée has 140km of fine white sandy beaches. Famed for its sunshine and luminous light, it is known locally as La Côte de […]

     
     
  • Beach Brittany
     

    Family Camping Holidays in Brittany, France

    Boasting the longest coastline in France, Brittany is a delight of beaches, special islands, historic towns and wildly beautiful landscapes. By Sue Dobson Beaches of fine sand backed by dunes and interspersed by creeks and curving bays, craggy islands and dramatic gorse-carpeted cliffs, home to nesting seabirds, define Brittany’s 2730km […]

     
     
  • Font Romeu
     

    Skiing at Font Romeu and Les Angles

    By Katy Dartford The French ski resorts of Font Romeu and Les Angles offer an unusual mix of family friendly, sunshine skiing, history and culture, and a passion for food all in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees.. Dazzling incongruous out of the early spring landscape of the valley of […]

     
     
  • Risoul Ski Resort
     

    Risoul Ski Resort, Southern Alps

    Travel writer Katy Dartford visits the ski resort of Risoul in the southern Alps of France. Winding between the slender Larch trees in knee deep power with just enough space to twist and glide through their spindly path. It’s as if the seedlings were planted with the off piste skier […]

     
     
 

Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...