Regional Property Guides

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Buying Hotspots – Ruffec

WHERE TO BUY IN FRANCE NOW! The FrenchEntrée Property Services team reveal their top areas in which to begin your property search – including tips from our local partner agencies   The Château de Verteuil on the Charente River, just

Buying Hotspots – Saint Antonin Noble Val

Buying Hotspots – SAINT ANTONIN NOBLE VAL

WHERE TO BUY IN FRANCE NOW! The FrenchEntrée Property Services team reveal their top areas in which to begin your property search – including tips from our local partner agencies The Medieval origins of Saint-Antonin are still much in evidence,

Buying Hotspots – Sourdeval, Lower Normandy

WHERE TO BUY IN FRANCE NOW! The FrenchEntrée Property Services team reveal their top areas in which to begin your property search – including tips from our local partner agencies   Sourdeval is a welcoming, amenity-rich town packed with activities

A Property Guide to Gironde

Gironde is world famous for it’s wonderful wines such as those from the vinyards of Medoc and one of its most well known towns, St Emilion, whose vineyards have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. However, it’s not

Limousin vs Dordogne: A Regional Property Guide

PROPERTY SHOWDOWN In this edition we move down towards the Southwest of France to compare the benefits of buying in two areas of Nouvelle-Aquitaine ~Limousin~   This bucolic area at the heart of France boasts a contrasting landscape of verdant

A property guide to Quercy

The ancient province of Quercy is truly ‘a land that time forgot’, where you will find, hidden away in sleepy backwaters, some of the most attractive rural architecture in France. Fortified towns known as Bastides (taken from the langue d’oc

South-east Vendee property: a town-by-town guide

Extensive details of Fontenay le Comte and surrounding area The south-east Vendee has been a popular destination for house-hunters for many years. The climate, excellent transport links and affordable property make the area ideal for those dreaming of a new

Château For Sale Indre-et-Loire

PICTURE PERFECT The Chateau La Perriere is a perfectly proportioned slice of the French good life, which is already being run as a successful holiday let, overlooking the historic Royal Fortress of Chinon in the Indre-et-Loire… The Chateau La Perriere

Vineyards at Solutre in Burgundy, recently added to the UNESCO cultural sites list

A property guide to Burgundy

When you hear the name Burgundy it conjures up most of all the fabulous wines that make the area so famous: Chablis, Nuits St George, Meursault and the list goes on….. But Burgundy has much to offer beyond the grape

A Guide to the Departments of Corse – Corsica

Map of Corsica – Corse Corse – Corsica is one of the five regions that remained unchanged during the restructuring of France’s regions in January 2016. The regional capital is Ajaccio. The island of Corse – Corsica is divided into

Map of Brittany

A Guide to the Departments of Brittany – Bretagne

Map of Brittany (Bretagne) The region of Brittany (Bretagne) remained unchanged during the restructuring of France’s regions in January 2016. The regional capital is Rennes. It’s made up of the following four departments: Côtes-d’Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine, Morbihan. To find property

Normandie

A Guide to the Departments of Normandie

Map of the Region of Normandie – Normandy Normandie (Normandy) is the official name of one of the new regions of France which was formed by merging the two former administrative regions of Haute-Normandie and Basse-Normandie, during the restructuring of

Ile de France

A Guide to the Departments of Île-de-France

Map of the Île-de-France Île-de-France is one of the five regions that remained unchanged during the restructuring of France’s regions in January 2016. The regional capital is Paris. It is made up of the following eight departments: Paris, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine,

Pays de la Loire

A Guide to the Departments of Pays de la Loire

Pays de la Loire is one of the five regions that remained unchanged during the restructuring of France’s regions in January 2016. The regional capital is Nantes. It is made up from the following five departments: Loire-Atlantique, Maine-et-Loire, Mayenne, Sarthe