Top 5 Costas

Spain has the most spectacular coastline running all the way from the north to the south of the country and is every European traveller’s dream. It is divided up into different coasts known as Spanish Costas. The area is beautiful … Read More

History of Budva

Extensive archaeological evidence places Budva among the oldest urban settlements of the Adriatic coast. Substantial documentary evidence provides historical references dating back to the 5th century BC. A legend recounts that Bouthoe (Βουθόη – Vouthoe) was founded by Cadmus, the … Read More

Our 7 Wonders of France

Brittany Whether it be its impressive megalithic and medieval monuments, it’s splendid coastal towns famous for their succulent seafood including scallops and oysters or the vastness of its enchanting countryside, you can be sure that Brittany is boundless in what … Read More


Saumur is a commune in the Maine-et-Loire department in western France and has a population of around 27,523. This historic medieval town is located between the Thouet and Loire rivers and is beautifully surrounded by vineyards. Bourgueil, Coteaux du Layon … Read More


Nantes is a large bustling city and has a population of around 300,000. It is the most westerly city in France and is situated at the head of the estuary of the Loire river where it is also joined by the Sevre and Erdre rivers.… Read More


The beautiful walled town of Vannes is by far one of Brittany’s most stunning sights and a must see on any excursion to the Gulf of Morbihan. With a population of around 53,350, Vannes is a perfect place to stay. … Read More


Rennes is a vibrant city and Brittany’s administrative capital. From its medieval streets of the picture-perfect old town to the relaxing Thabor gardens and the impressive parliament building Rennes is a beautiful place to live. Rennes has a population of … Read More


Josselin is a beautiful city located in the department of Morbihan and has a population of around 2,495. Josselin is most famous for its medieval castle which is owned by members of the legendary Rohan family and is open to … Read More


It is impossible to spend a weekend, a mini break or a holiday in Rouen without going to the Gros-Horloge clock, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the Church of Saint-Ouen, the Museum of Fine Arts, the view from Sainte-Catherine’s Hill in … Read More


The name of the town derives from the Latin: Noviomagus Lexoviorum (“Noviomagus of the Lexovii”). The town was originally known in Celtic as Novio Magos (“New Field”, “New Market”), which was Latinized as Noviomagus. Owing to the large number of … Read More


Lessay is a commune in the Manche department in north-western France. On 1 January 2016, the former commune of Angoville-sur-Ay was merged into Lessay. Lessay is a small town in the centre of the Cotentin Peninsula, Normandy. Abbey Holy Trinity … Read More

Le Mont-Saint- Michel

The Mont-Saint-Michel is one of Europe’s most unforgettable sights. Set in the mesmerising bay where Normandy and Brittany merge, the island draws the eye from great distances. The island is located about 1 kilometre off the country’s North Western coast, … Read More

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