This week saw 97 articles about France. Here is a selection of some articles which appeared in National publications from 9th to 15th July.
20 best places to stay in Brittany – The Times
Alison Culliford selects her top 20 of the best places in Brittany. From castles to B&Bs, various types of accommodation are listed in order to enjoy your summer in this beautiful region.
Provence for all the family – The Sunday Telegraph
Jane Anderson travelled with her four-year-old son to Provence and has shared her top tips. From a tasting of local cheeses to tree-climbing, discover activities for all the family.
Long walk to freedom- The Guardian
Nell Card chooses to go to a remote part of the Auvergne. Hiking in the beautiful landscapes gives you a great change of scenery.
“Copy the French: sit in the sun and enjoy the view” – The Telegraph
Adriaane Pielou spent her holidays “à la française“, without going and visiting everything like your standard tourist, she just relaxed. With her family, she took a break in a gorgeous poolside villa near Grasse.
Excitement is mountain – The Sun
During the annual Tour de France, Ellie Ross decides an other way to bike. She went to the Alps with a couple of friends. Between mountain-biking sessions, they slept in an ancient farming village and hiked, rock climbed or played tennis.
Your idyll home- The Independent
To come back in his childhood, Alastair Sawday went to various hotels which look like the huts we made young. In different places in France, these huts will propose you a funny back to nature.
Top 10 child-friendly city breaks- The Mirror
Paris and it region is ranked at the second place in this top 10 child-friendly city. Between the world famous Disneyland Paris and the activities of the Camping la Croix du Vieux Ports, the town is made for enjoy the entire family especially the kids.
Bring me sunshine! – The Daily Mail
Jenny Coad invites you to go to France without breaking the piggy bank. She selected gorgeous villas to rent in various places in France such as Dordogne or Antibes.
Voayage to the Vendee- Motor boat and Yachting
Peter Cumberlidge takes his boat and sail in the famous nautical area of the Vendee. He went to various famous ports such as the Sables d’Olonnes, the departure of the Vendee Globe.
So that’s where the sun went- The Times
To perfect your tan, Susan d’Arcy proposes several trip across Europe. One of them is located in Cannes, where she decided to avoid the crowd by renting a boat and sailing under the sun.