Les Orangeries Hotel and Restaurant in Poitou-Charentes, is a French leader in sustainable accommodation and dining. It’s worth the trip to tiny Lussac-Les-Châteaux for an unforgettable meal in beautiful surroundings.
Lying just off the coast in Poitou-Charentes is Ile Madame, a small island packed with history, charm, and… oysters!
Guest contributor, Monika, reviews one of our favourite Lebanese restaurants in Brussels, O Liban.
Eating regional foods is one of the highlights of travelling in France. But how do you know which restaurants to choose? Today, we share 6 of our foodie finds for the Centre – Loire Valley region where you can be sure to eat the best produce the area has to offer.
I don’t know much about Cognac, but I know I like it. So I was thrilled to visit organic Cognac producer, Brard-Blanchard, during our recent visit to Poitou-Charentes, France.
We’ve been on the road, on our European Motorhome Adventure, for a month and a half now. We’ve travelled through 24 departments in France and spoken to dozens of fascinating people – chefs, farmers, hoteliers, naturalists, wine-makers, artisans, tour-guides, and more. No matter where the conversation begins, we always arrive back at the same themes: Balance, Choices, and Sustainability.
We spent a day discovering the 4 AOP cheeses of Normandy, including the world-renowned Camembert.
From sparkling coastlines to biodiverse marshes, Pas-de-Calais in Northern France has plenty to offer for a unique holiday. We share 4 must dos in the region.
Our contributor, Adi, visits the annual Slow Food fair, Markt des Guten Geschmacks, in Stuttgart, Germany. Warning – don’t read this post on an empty stomach!