France

Domaine de Perches

Domaine de Perches, a 17th century wine chateau restored with immaculate modern taste, is the perfect base for touring beautiful Occitanie

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Les Pins at Golf d’Hardelot

Hardelot’s two golf courses Le Pins and Les Dunes; tricky twin tracks on rolling French Pine forest that has, I suspect, attracted far more golf balls within its branches than the town has had visitors over the years.

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Le Touquet Golf Resort

Andy Mossack reviews the recent golf renovations at La Mer and La Forêt and joins up with course architect Patrice Boissonnas to hear firsthand what’s made everyone excited at Le Touquet Golf Resort.

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Cour des Loges Hotel

In a gorgeously-preserved mediaeval city whose cobbled streets and ancient stones have won it World Heritage Site status,  the five-star Cour des Loges offers visitors the chance to live the lifestyle of a mediaeval nobleman for a night or three in the heart of VIeux Lyon.

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Biking in Burgundy

The EuroVelo 6 is a long distance cycle track running 2,270 miles along some of Europe’s major rivers. Rupert Parker tries a short stretch in Burgundy.

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Walking the Camino de Santiago

In recent years the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, in the North West of Spain, has become increasingly popular. It’s known in English as “The Way of St James”, as the bones of the disciple are supposedly buried in the cathedral of Santiago

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