In September’s eco issue of Living France we explore the Breton department of Morbihan, discover the unspoilt treasures of Jura, find out how France’s vegetarian food scene is on the rise and meet a family who run eco friendly gîtes in Normandy
Morbihan is renowned for its unspoilt coastline, but its peaceful waterways, ancient forests,historic towns and pretty villages are worth a visit, too, as our writer Patricia Stoughton finds out
With an increase in vegetarian and vegan restaurants and more meat-free options on menus, attitudes to vegetarianism are changing in France. We discover how vegetarian options have improved
Salt of the earth
Living an environmentally responsible lifestyle was paramount to Rosie and Simon Hill’s move to Calvados. We find out how their eco friendly twist has given their holiday accommodation in Normandy an edge
Plus, we meet a couple who built their own eco friendly home in France from scratch, find out how one family found their dream life in Morbihan and hear how an English architect built her rural retreat in Tarn-et-Garonne. There is also information on the possible implications of Brexit plus expert advice for finding a job in France. There is also a recipe for sea bream in a garlic bouillon.
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