It’s been a bitterly cold couple of weeks in the Charente, but the returning cranes reassure me that we’re now heading towards Spring and better weather. Given the amount of icing sugar our bees have been consuming this winter, I…
Smallholdings in France
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to Smallholdings in France. A complete on-line resource for information for those who have or are thinking about buying a Small Holding in France.
The laid back French lifestyle along with the prices of French property makes France the ideal place to ‘escape from it all’ and live the “good life”. Whether you're thinking of buying your own Vineyard, an Equestrian property to keep horses, or a Smallholding to raise and grow your own food you will find all the information you need here. From choosing and rearing animals, finding the right area of France to live in and a look at the work involved in running a Smallholding in France.
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Not many people think of South West France as being anything other than swathed in sunshine, with maybe a warm breeze making the heat bearable, but the truth is that January in the Charente can be bitterly cold. It’s still…
France is renowned as a paradise for horses and attracts many equestrian enthusiasts who buy property in the region. But keeping horses can become daunting if you don’t choose the right property.
Sophie and Ray Hicks of Boucherie à La Ferme talk about selling their business inthe Limousin –what a great opportunity it could be for someone looking for a lifestyle change! We find out more. – When did you move to…
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For those relocating to France and looking for a business opportunity vineyards can be a very appealing option, after all they are a wine lover’s paradise. The reality of running a vineyard is that it is both rewarding and hard work. Here are our top ten tips about purchasing a vineyard…
With more than 123,000 hectares, the Bordeaux vineyards are the largest vine region in the world. Amongst the 10,000 châteaux dotted around this area, you can find vineyards which produce some of the most renowned wines in the world.
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