Posted on 26 June 2015
Do you remember games of blind man’s bluff in the schoolyard and firing marbles as the evening sun sets? It seems that a generation of parents have forgotten the rules to the outdoor games of their youth and children are responding by staying indoors.
Posted on 17 June 2015
Brittany has a rich repertoire of myths and folk legends, visiting the places where these adventures took place is a fantastic way to entertain the family while holidaying. Many Breton tales share their roots with Celtic folklore so characters should be familiar to all.
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Are you still looking for a summer-time family holiday to France? Take advantage of these late deals from siblu and you could be watching a deadly duel in the Loire Valley or a classical concert on the sands of Charente Maritime.
From fromage museums, to gourmet farms, we asked travel journalist HEIDI FULLER-LOVE to take us on a tour of France’s top cheeses and show us where to sample them.
There are many wonderful activities on offer in Normandy for families with kids. Here GRETTA SCHIFANO of mumsdotravel.com picks her favourites.
Two siblu holiday villages have been admitted to TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame for winning a Certificate of Excellence five years in a row.
If you are planning to hire a rental car on your holiday to France, prepare for driving licence changes being introduced by the DVLA this summer.
The Chateaux of the Loire are one of the most stunning sights in the world. From romantic fairy tale castles to impressive fortresses designed to repel armies, there is something for everyone.
Heading off on holiday and want to stay online while you’re there? Mobile broadband can be used outside the UK, but some preparation and research is needed before you travel. We asked Broadband Genie editor MATT POWELL for his top tips.
Mealtimes are always an integral part of a trip to France, and regional variety is key. We asked journalist BEN LERWILL to recommend seven delicious dishes from across the country – if you can wash them down with a drop of something local, so much the better.
The Cote d’Azur is famous for its glamour, but is it popular to feel the same star dust when you ditch the extortionate five-star hotel for an affordable holiday village? We asked south of France specialist ANDREW THRELFALL how to have a celebrity break on a budget.
If the allure of your own holiday home in France includes the opportunity to learn, or get better at French, take heart from these celebrities who have successfully gone through the struggle and now speak the language fluently.