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Lovely Montreal

Montreal is a small French village that dates back to medieval times and is located in Burgundy’s Yonne department. It lies just a few kilometres to the North of Avallon. Because of its size, it doesn’t take long to explore this quaint little town which has very limited facilities. However, we do recommend you visit if you have some spare time on your holiday because you will really enjoy it.

Visit Morvan

The Regional Park du Morvan is located in the very heart of Burgundy and consists of landscape filled with small scale agriculture, hills, low mountains and woodland. All of which are criss crossed by streams, rivers and waterfalls. Amongst all of that, there are a number of traditional villages that are hidden and worth seeing. The park was established in 1970 and its purpose is to preserve the natural environment in an area that measures about 2,800 square kilometres. The park features rolling Burgundy countryside and is spread across four departments.

Magnificent Montbard

Montbard is a small town in Burgundy that lies to the North of Semur-en-Auxois and to the East of Avallon. It is best known for being close to Fontenay Abbey however if you are visiting the abbey and have the time you should also stop off in Montbard and explore the town. Before you visit Montbard, you should understand a little bit of the town’s history. During the 18th century, the Count of Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc de Buffon was born in Montbard and as a result he had significant influence on the region and town. The Count was a serious intellectual and was interested in science, mathematics and nature. He was also a gifted writer and influenced many other scientists who came after him including Charles Darwin.

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Budget Holiday Ideas For France

France is very close to the UK, so if you are thinking about renting a country cottage for a holiday and want value for money, French holiday cottages are a good idea. When most people think about a French country cottage, usually they picture open fires, quirky interiors and pretty gardens. Whilst that is all very typical of France, the rural holiday cottages of today have very often benefited from having been renovated with all the modern convenience combining both charm and comfort.

Great Places to Eat in Bordeaux

Bordeaux may be a region renowned worldwide for it’s wines, but their food selection is also top class too. After all, any area that offers the variety of vino that Bordeaux does, is sure to have a consummate palette for the finer things in life!

Secret Art Galleries in Paris

Fancy visiting some secret art galleries in Paris? Well, I say secret, I’m not the ONLY one who knows about these! But if you fancy heading of the well-worn tracks to the Louvre, and are up for seeing something a little different whilst in Paris, there’s a vast array of smaller galleries that might tickle your fancy.