The Good Life France Magazine Summer 2017

Written by on June 13, 2017 in News

Summer is served in this issue. It’s time to chill and enjoy the best of France with The Good Life France Summer 2017 magazine. It’s FREE to read online, download and subscribe to – and it always will be.

Just click here to access The Good Life France Summer Magazine

You’ll find loads of gorgeous destination pieces including:

Provence with a focus on the Drome department – the part that’s not well known. And we take a look at gorgeous Nyons, a place of dramatic beauty and tranquility.

Discover the secret bits of Provence by two locals who share their favourite places and restaurants. You’ll be blow away by just how spectacular some of these less well known parts of one of the most loved regions of France are…

In Nice we consider the gastronomy and wonder if it’s creeping up on Lyons in terms of fabulousness. And, reporter Barbara Pasquet-James channels her inner gourmand and tests 8 of Paris’s best restaurants in just 4 days – gulp!

Lucy Pitts va va vooms to the Vendée with her family to discover what there is to see and do and falls in love with a little pocket of France.

Rupert Parker heads for the heights in sensational Samoens in the French Alps. Peter Jones gets funky a the Jazz Festival at Marciac.

Marty Neuimier tells how boules can help you make friends; guest photographer John Woods reveals why he loves Paris with some truly stunning photos and we zoom in on Burgundy to find out what makes this region so incredibly special.

Justine Halifax visits the Nord for a perfect family holiday. Keith van Sickle explains how learning French after 50 is not so hard as you might think.

Susan Cahill discovers the legacy of King Henri IV in Paris – an awesome footprint including the Place des Vosges. We share your most popular photos from our Facebook page – and they are fabulous. Plus there’s lots more to keep you entertained and feed your France fix!

There are practical guides for expats and those who dream of moving to France, plus some fabulous recipes you can make at home for a soupcon of French flavour.

7 Fabulous Contests

Don’t forget to enter our competitions – we’ve got some wonderful books to give away as well as some award winning, delicious rosé wine, just perfect for those summer days and a taste of France.

If you like this issue please share it with your friends – thank you so much,

bisous from France,


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