Perpignan is a town truly like no other, with a mixture of cultural influences which include Catalan, Romany and North African.
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First created in 1911, the Monte-Carlo Rally will return as the first round of the FIA World Rally Championship 2016 from January 18-24.
From fun-filled festivals to delicious local culinary delights, there?s always something new to appreciate when you visit France for Christmas.
First established in 1974, the International Monte-Carlo Circus Festival is now the world?s leading circus event, welcoming selected troupes from all over the world.
Provence is a great place to stay during the Christmas period, as the season lasts from 4 December until 2 February, meaning almost two months of festivities.
A new and unique cultural venue in Rouen, near our villas in Normandy, Panorama XXL, has allowed visitors to enjoy the ultimate immersion experience.
The Caen Tennis Open will return this year between the 13th and 16th of December, bringing together France?s best tennis players for an unmissable sporting event.
Every January, the city of Nîmes in Languedoc comes to life with fiery flamenco, as the city celebrates the Flamenco Festival.
Originating from the Languedoc region, cassoulet is a hearty stew made with meat, beans and sausages, perfect as a winter warmer during the coldest of months.
One of France?s best-loved specialties, the truffle, will be at the centre of a market hosted in St Paul de Vence.