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    • Provence Provence
      Provence is an incredible region situated in the southeastern France, with an impressive history and a more impressive cultural and artistic life. The beautiful landscapes and the geographical variet...
    • Martinique Martinique
      Situated in the eastern Caribbean sea, Martinique is a very popular and famous overseas region of France, together with all the 25 other overseas regions of France. The exotic sea which is the home of...
    • Aix En Provence Aix En Provence
      In southern France, only 30km away from Marseille, the beautiful Aix en Provence waits for visitors. Lovely old fountains will enrich your state of mind, while the colored and aromatic fruits and flow...
    • Best French Wines Best French Wines
      The country of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay or Pinot Noir, France has the world’s largest wine production, followed by Italy and Spain. With a wine history dating back to the 6th century BC...
    • Foie Gras Foie Gras
      Foie gras is one of France’s diamonds in the gastronomical area. Even the French law states that it “belongs to the protected cultural and gastronomical heritage of France”, and it’s probably ...
    • Chardonnay Chardonnay
      France’s most popular wine and with a great international and world wide acceptance, Chardonnay is the quintessential wine of all the white wines, just like Cabernet Sauvignon is for the red ones. W...
    • Top Ski Destinations of the World Top Ski Destinations of the World
      The world holds incredible places with breath taking scenery, all one needs to do is discover all the beautiful things the world has to offer. Find out some of the world's best ski destinations so...
    • The Incredible Herbs of Provence The Incredible Herbs of Provence
      Provence is one the most beautiful French regions, situated in the southeastern France. Due to the Mediterranean climate, the cuisine of Provence tends to use specific ingredients like olive oil, sard...
    • Rosé Wine Rosé Wine
      Perhaps one of the most versatile wines among the long tradition of winery is the Rosé wine, whose name comes from France, where it means “pink”. This wine has a chromatic palette that transcends...
    • Bouillabaisse Soup Recipe Bouillabaisse Soup Recipe
      The bouillabaisse is one of France’s most popular attractions, moreover it is also Provence’s traditional pride when it comes to a great meal. The fish-based soup is a delightful blend of delicio...
    • Croque Madam Sandwich Croque Madam Sandwich
      Croques are, if you didn’t know by now, the 19th century France's first fast food items, today’s correspondents being the British “ham and cheese sandwich” or the American “grilled cheese”...
    • Italian Wines Italian Wines
      Discovering the Italian wines is both a cultural and adventurous trip into the history of Italy, its geography and into a tremendous grape variety that still inspires. Responsible and famous for the c...
    • Spanish Wines Spanish Wines
      Spain is the third largest wine producer in the world, after France and Italy, but the first in wine plantation; more, the Spanish people are the ninth in wine consumption worldwide. 20 types of grape...