It seems that most people living in the U.K. know about Charente-Maritime, or at least, they know that a department of that name is to be found along the Atlantic coast of France and is a popular holiday destination. However, one of the thing
Your French Property Awaits!
I spend most of my days talking to people who want to buy a home in France. Usually they contact me because they have seen images on websites or in the press, of lovely
Haute-Vienne In Limousin
The region of Limousin has now been amalgamated with Poitou-Charente and Aquitaine to
Loire in the centre of France
For anyone wanting to enjoy the best of French splendour, style and gastronomy the Loire is a part of France that will not disappoint. Loire, as most of us think of it, is not a region of France, it is cove
Why Retire To France?
Last year CNBC published a list of the 10 best places in the world to retire to and voted St. Chinian in Languedoc Roussillon as 5th best. They used 13 criteria: cost of living, crime and safety, English spoken, entertainment, environmental conditions, expat com
French Holiday Home
Many people dream of buying a French holiday home, which is not surprising as France is the second most popular European holiday destination amongst Brits. Lots of people from the U.K. choose
Interested In Buying Property In Occitanie Property
Occitanie, the new French region comprised of the old regions of Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées, offers almost too much choice of destination fo
All about Limousin, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Limousin, in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, is commonly accepted to be the heart of rural France. I simply love it! The old region known as Limousin has been amalgamated w
The Lake District of France
The Limousin and Haute-Charente are known as the Lake District France. A name well deserved as apart from the large and well known resort lakes, Limousin alone boasts more than 23
Are You Interested In Living and buying Property In Charente?
The climate appeals to buyers of French property
Charente has long been a popular destination with Brits buying French property and still remains one o