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Brittany

Inland Brittany has beautiful rivers, lakes, forests, mini mountains and megaliths – not to mention some of the cheapest property prices in France

Bev and Warren Smith bought a property in Morbihan that once formed part of a cluster of farmsteads and they have converted a number of the buildings, including an old cider press, into gîtes

A dramatic gulf has opened up between the urban and rural property markets in France as growing numbers of people seek jobs in the cities

Whether the weather be cold or whether the weather be hot, France’s different climate zones affect the weather you’re like to weather, whether you like it or not, finds Ruth Wood

Some people move to France because they fall for a local, or fall for a house; artist Melissa Ferreira came to teach a six-week art course in Pont-Aven, Finistère and fell for the town and its people

Ruth Wood looks at the French property hotspots where British buyers search for their dream home

Legends, myths and stories abound in French culture and not all of them are pleasant. In the run-up to Halloween, we take a look at some of the more frightening legendary beasts and monsters of French folklore.

From old mills to a timber-framed village house, here are 11 stunning houses for sale in France in August 2018

Looking for a property in France by the sea but can’t afford the million-pound villas on the Côte d’Azur? We’ve discovered 11 coastal towns and villages in France where you can buy a property for less than €200,000

Many Brits dream of moving to Brittany and running a B&B or gîte business but what is it really like to live and work there?

Follow a British couple as they visit Brittany to try and find a holiday home for less than €90,000

From recycling schemes to public parks and green spaces, a number of French cities are making an effort to become more environmentally friendly. According to a report these are the 10 greenest cities in France

Ideally living in France would mean drinking wine, eating cheese and shopping at the local market but unfortunately most people also need to earn a living to fund their new life in France. So where in France offers the best work-life balance?

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