Taking place in the small town of Peillac in Brittany, every December La Pomme d?Orange festival is celebrated.
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Every country has its own Christmas traditions, especially when it comes to food. Here are some of the delicacies you can expect to try in France this winter.
This year, Montpellier?s Christmas market will take place between December 4 and 27, meaning that there is plenty of time to visit at this magical time of year.
The town of Pezenas, in the southern region of Languedoc-Roussillon, celebrates Christmas in its own unique way and will be hosting the Nadal Occitan.
Between November 23rd and December 6th, the Monte Carlo Jazz Festival will return to the Opera Garnier Monte-Carlo, hosting some of the biggest names in jazz.
Home to a lively port city as well as numerous beautiful châteaux, Bordeaux is a vast and vibrant wine region with plenty of varieties on offer.
Although it is just over the British Channel, driving in France requires understanding different laws and customs in order to stay safe.
Normandy is one of the French regions most famous for its cheeses, with plenty for visitors to try with their own interesting histories.
We?ve got a few ideas for some fantastic family days out if you fancy heading out and exploring the beautiful French region of Brittany.
During the weeks leading up to Christmas and the New Year, the Provence city of Avignon comes to life with Christmas cheer.