The Good Life France Magazine Autumn 2016 Newsletter

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Newsletter

the good life france magazine autumn 2016

Bonjour and hope you had a great week!

I’m delighted and thrilled to be sending you the Autumn issue of The Good Life France Magazine:

Just click here to read it online, download it as a PDF and subscribe – it’s completely free and always will be.

In this issue be inspired with features that bring you the very best of France, sensational cities, ravishing little villages, gastronomy, culture and heritage. It’s filled with the most gorgeous photos and wonderful articles that will transport you to the heart of France – without leaving your chair.

Find out how the sublime Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte has become a celebrity after starring in the TV series “Versailles”.

Meet actress and best-selling author Carol Drinkwater and discover her favourite places in France.

Discover five sensational towns to take an autumn walk with a vineyard theme; visit Angers in the Loire Valley, three beautiful villages in the Dordogne and the extraordinary, volcanic region – the Auvergne.

Find out about the Haut-Marne, the hardly known part of Champagne, and about Montparnasse, the off the beaten track part of Paris that’s well worth a detour. Discover how there’s more to the alpine paradise of Morzine than snow and how artists and scientists have recreated a replica cave in the Ardeche to save the oldest drawings in the world.

Meet a couple who are re-introducing the practice of growing saffron in France (the essential spice for bouillabaise) and feast your eyes and your taste buds on the flavours of Provence.

There are five utterly scrumptious French recipes perfect for the season to make at home.

Enjoy our top tips for learning French and our popular ‘5 minute video’ with five easy expressions to help you pass for French!

There are FIVE contests for brilliant books and a French language course

Read inspirational real-life stories of people who’ve made the move to France and loads of invaluable practical advice on everything from legal and financial issues to property tips and picks from our friendly experts from how to save money on currency deals, what to consider before you make the move and how to get a Carte de Resident.

The Good Life France Magazine Autumn 2016 

If you like what you read – please share it on so that others can enjoy it too.

Best wishes and Bisous from France
Janine
Editor

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