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10 villes réputées pour leurs spécialités gourmandes

"How can you govern a country where there are 246 varieties of cheese?" said De Gaulle. Gastronomy is an integral part of the discovery of the cities of France and their regions. French cuisine is rich, varied and renowned throughout the world. Many cities in the country have developed their own culinary specialties, so much so that they are sometimes true emblems of the city. From north to south and from west to east, here are 10 French ...

Les villes où il fait bon vivre pour les séniors

It is not uncommon for seniors to want a change of scenery when they retire and to choose to move to a region that appeals to them. There are many cities in France where it is good to spend peaceful days, and which attract seniors for the mildness of their climate, their cultural offer, their services and their associative fabric offering a multitude of activities. For accommodation, senior residences are a very successful solution. These ...

Découvrir l'arrière-Pays basque à l'occasion d'un road trip à moto

What if the good weather was an opportunity for bikers to put on boots and gloves and head for the South West of France? That's where the Basque Country is located, an area renowned for its wide range of landscapes. One thinks of course of its rugged coastline overlooking the Atlantic, but also of its green and hilly areas bordering the Pyrenean mountain range. The Basque Country is a natural environment of breathtaking beauty, but also a ...

Bayonne, feria et culture dans la plus ancienne ville taurine de France

Bayonne, sub-prefecture of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques and capital of the Basque Country with its exceptional architectural heritage - vaulted cellars from the 12th and 14th centuries, half-timbered houses in the rich colours of ox blood (what a sight on the banks of the Nive, in the heart of the city), stone facades with wrought iron balconies from the 18th and 19th centuries, etc., has thus managed to pull its weight from a rich past and ...

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