The Brittany and Pays de la Loire Blog
The Citroën 2CV, a French automotive icon, charmed the world with its simplicity, affordability, and distinctive design, becoming a symbol of minimalist motoring.
Raclette is a very popular sharing Winter dish that the French simply adore. It brings people together and makes for a perfect evening
Martin and Nadine have just returned from the UK with a tasty treat for their friend: scones and jam. But they have forgotten the clotted cream!
Can you get a discount on your Taxe d’Habitation if you visit your holiday home infrequently?
The Breton flag, or Gwenn ha Du, has a very interesting story to tell. It is more than just stripes and stylistic flecks.
Moving to France is a dream for many Brits, a reality for others. But what happens after they take the plunge?
We recently revamped the website of a Brittany gite and camping business, also adding a version in French. Here we talk to Claire, the business owner
Martin and Nadine have travelled to France, leaving behind the current tomato and vegetable shortage in England.
France is bracing itself for a new general strike contesting the pension reform proposed by the French government. Everyone is affected
Since 4th January 2012, the fine for using a mobile phone while driving in France has increased.
May 1st in France brings to mind lily of the valley, Fête du Travail, demonstrations but also vandalism caused by Black Blocs
When returning to Brittany to your holiday home after a 2-year absence can prove a small challenge, with good and bad surprises.