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PUBLISHED: 10:33 17 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:33 17 February 2016

March 2016 Living France

March 2016 Living France


In the new March 2016 issue of Living France, we explore Pyrénées Orientales, unveil the best areas in France to snap up a bargain property and break down the ways you can stay in touch with people back in the UK…

Explore Pyrénées Orientales:

Discover the sun-soaked region of Pyrénées Orientales, home to superb beaches, snowy mountains, medieval villages, plus vineyards and orchards, and a popular place for expats making a new life in France. We meet one expat couple who are enjoying life running a gîte business in the picturesque village of Arles-sur-Tech.

Discover Pyrenees-Orientales in the March issue of Living FranceDiscover Pyrenees-Orientales in the March issue of Living France

Warmest welcome

Meet a Dutch couple who found their dream home in Tarn and run a gîte business in the area.

Expats running a gite business in TarnExpats running a gite business in Tarn

Best buys:

If a new life in France feels out of your reach, take a look at these bargain properties in three lovely areas of France where the average price tag is €100,000 or even less!

Discover where to buy bargain propertiesDiscover where to buy bargain properties

Keep in touch:

Moving to France doesn’t mean you have to lose touch with family and friends at home. From setting up your phone line to get technical faults fixed, we tell you how best to keep in with the home crowd.

Plus, we find out what’s happening in France in March, choose our favourite equestrian properties and share a recipe for tartiflette. There is also expert advice on pet insurance, tax returns and an update on French property news.

Buy the March issue of Living France here


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