The Dordogne department of France might just be the tastiest French destination. Today we share how to eat your way through Dordogne’s local specialties.
Sometimes you just can’t travel for health, money, or family reasons. We share 7 ways you can travel when you can’t leave home.
L’Yeuse Hotel and Restaurant respects the environment of Cognac in Poitou-Charentes, France, through its Jardin Respectueux and local menu.
Château Feely is not your typical vineyard in Dordogne, France. We visited to find out why organic, biodynamic wines are so important and taste so good.
The centre of France is flat – really flat, which makes the Loire-à-Vélo cycle route accessible to people of all ages and skill levels.
We believe travel must be sustainable – a tall order when consuming diesel in a motorhome. To offset our fuel emissions, we’ve partnered with Greenamity to plant trees on our behalf.
Guest contributor, Adrian, introduces us to Belgium’s all-ages summer cycling event, Le beau vélo de RAVeL and shares why it’s a great way to discover Belgium’s hidden gems.
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.