The Good Life France Magazine

The Good Life France Magazine brings you the best of France - inspirational and exclusive features, fabulous photos, mouth-watering recipes, tips, guides, ideas and much more...

Published by the award winning team at The Good Life France

1 year ago

Spring 2022

Discover Paris in the spring, Caen in Normandy and its marvellous markets plus Yvoire, a picturesque village on the edge of Lake Geneva in Haute-Savoie. Explore Saint-Omer, a historic city in the far north that's full of secrets and treasures, and Evian, where Frankenstein's monster stayed! Head with us to Metz in Lorraine to find out about its incredible past, La Couvertoirade, one of the prettiest villages in France, and the UNESCO heritage of Avignon. Guides, gorgeous photos, what's new in France, the best tours and delicious recipes from the legendary Le Nôtre bakery in Paris - and more.

Auxerre Central France

Auxerre Central France Benefitting from historically low mortgage rates and with a wide choice of properties to choose from, it’s no wonder that so many home buyers are looking at the spectacular value that Central France offers says Leggett Immobillier’s Area Co-ordinator Kevin Andrews. 98 | The Good Life France

We have more than our fair share of glorious châteaux, sumptuous country estates and swanky ski chalets and you will find some of the lowest priced, best value, property in France. Much of this area is rural France at its best. With unspoiled views, peaceful towns and villages, where “local produce” means that the person selling the fruit and veg probably dug it up or picked it that morning. Ignoring the newly created map of France, we’re labelling central France as the four traditional regions of Centre, Limousin, Auvergne and Burgundy. Each of them has a very different landscape and “feel” but all share the common traits of beautiful countryside, friendly locals, historic towns and great value. Centre Centre is renowned for having the most beautiful collection of historic châteaux in the world. Scattered along the lovely river Loire they seem to dominate the landscape and provide a stunning backdrop to the countryside. The popular towns of Orléans and Tours are welcoming, pretty and packed full of historic buildings. Buy a house within striking distance of either and you’ll never be short of something to do on a rainy day. The Good Life France | 99

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