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Forget about  être et avoir! In More France Please, the French Mistress of the Sunday Times talks the reader through the pitfalls of life in France in the ultimate French lesson

Languedoc and Roussillon Rough Guide

The definitive guide to one of France's most varied and exciting regions. The Rough Guide to Languedoc and Roussillon combines rich cultural and historical information and lively coverage of all the sights with detailed practical information - for all budgets.

Languedoc Roussillon (AA Road Map France S.)  

This fully updated series of sheet maps with top quality mapping from both the AA and IGN (France's national mapping agency) are all you need for motoring in France. The maps combine clear design and more road detail with an easy to read scale to ensure that you never lose your way. RADAR speed cameras are shown.

Michelin France Atlas Routier (Atlas)

The original Michelin road atlas. Used by the majority of French motorists.

Languedoc-Roussillon (Vacances S.)

Bordering Provence, this region contains some of the most dramatic landscape in France. The guide is divided into two parts. The first explores the region via typical themes with specialist maps. The second half examines the region by subdividing it into smaller areas, recommending towns, villages, areas of natural beauty and monuments and attractions.

Languedoc, Roussillon,Tarn Gorges Green Guide (Michelin Green Guides)

Provides a wealth of practical information on planning your visit - shopping, dining out, accommodation and seasonal events. Recommended sights and excursions for exploring destinations near and far, all graded to Michelin's renowned star system. Maps and town plans from Michelin's respected cartographers.

Virgile's Vineyard: A Year in the Languedoc Wine Country

Inheriting a remote and neglected house in the South of France, Patrick Moon sets out to discover how the Languedoc, a wine region so long notorious for mere quantity, has managed to transform itself, in little more than a decade, into one of the world's most exciting vineyards. The author struggles to deal with his dilapidated inheritance - an unfamiliar and unpredictable world where the brambles have grown as tall as the olive trees, the water supply has just dried up and there is a ferocious animal under the roof tiles

Notes from the Languedoc  

It is easy to get to the Languedoc. Follow the Rhone south through France, then once you hit the Mediterranean coast, turn right. The mystery is that for generations, people have been getting to the sea and turning left to Provence. This lack of attention means that the Languedoc is France's last undiscovered Mediterranean secret. Now Rupert Wright introduces you to the region's winemakers, oyster farmers, canal people and celebrated inhabitants, living and dead, including Montpellier's dynamic Mayor, Georges Freche, and local matador Juan Bautista.

Signpost Guide Languedoc and Southwest France, 2nd: Your Guide to Great Drives (Paperback)

The bestselling guide to Languedoc.

The Camargue: Portrait of a Wilderness by Edwin Mullins

Edwin Mullins evokes the area s natural beauty and also its appeal to artists and writers. Assessing the impact of the nineteenth-century renaissance of local identity, he explores how myth and vibrant local culture white horses, bull-fighting, the gypsy-influenced Marian cult of Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer have created our fascination with the Camargue. His portrait considers the often turbulent history of the region up to its renaissance as a tourist attraction.

Arrazat's Aubergines: Inside a anguedoc Kitchen

Returning to his challenging home in the Languedoc, Patrick Moon could easily fill the days, protecting infant vines from marauding wild boar and hiding baby truffle oaks from unscrupulous neighbours. The local campsite cafe is, however, now an ambitious new restaurant. The determination of its talented young chef to achieve perfection on a shoestring is intriguing, and Patrick soon finds himself behind the swing doors, sharing in the triumphs, disasters and sheer hard work of life in a serious kitchen.

Languedoc Rousillon : The wines and winemakers

Languedoc-Roussillon is one of France's oldest wine regions and this illustrated book explores the terroir, traditions, winemaking practices, laws, personalities and wines of the region. Chapter by chapter the author identifies each of the region's most important wine-producing areas, exploring their local grape varieties and influences on wine growing. He then highlights the winemaking methods used in each area and profiles the producers and their wines.

Selected Bed and Breakfast in France: Your Guide to a Great Welcome in France (Welcome Guides S.) 

The bestselling B&B guide



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