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Where do writers and artists get their inspiration from?

“By paying tribute to the men and women whose only instrument is free speech, who imagine and act, UNESCO recognises in poetry its value as a symbol of the human spirit’s creativity. By giving form and words to that which has none – such as the unfathomable beauty that surrounds us, the immense suffering and […]

Why celebrities are flocking to Provence

Iconic purple landscapes glimmer like amethysts in this picture-postcard paradise of lavender fields radiating violet-twinged views, where the soft natural light and timeless landscapes have been used by artists and writers to create iconic masterpieces. Provence is a bewitching corner of southern France that’s immersed in history, culture and art. In recent years, many celebrities […]

8 reasons why you need to visit Portugal

With a population of just over 10 million people, Portugal is a small country where you can experience contrasting landscapes, colours and cultural heritage in one visit. But don’t just take our word for it; we met up with Elsa Mendes from the Portuguese National Tourist Office to get her take on what makes Portugal […]

8 reasons to visit Valencia

Famed for its orange groves and tasty national rice and seafood based dish, paella, the Valencia region is great for those who like good food. Valencia is also the third largest city in Spain, and in the city and surrounding areas is packed with culture, nature and history. Let’s take a look at eight reasons you should […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Cross-Country Skiing: Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 of our Beginner’s Guide to Cross-Country Skiing. Alessia Francini-Beaumont, our resident cross-country skiing instructor, has given you a general overview of the winter sport and taught you about the best techniques, now you will find out what to pack – from equipment to clothing. This is the final part of her guide, so happy skiing […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Cross-Country Skiing: Part 2

Cross-country skiing trails take you away from the busy main ski pistes and lift queues you get caught up in when downhill skiing, and give you a different perspective of the surrounding countryside and mountains. You will probably have read Part 1, where Alessia Francini-Beaumont, our resident cross-country skiing instructor, answered some common questions about the […]

7 must-see chateaux in Burgundy

Home to some of the world’s finest wines, the gorgeous Burgundy countryside is a blanket of green, encasing sumptuous castles and peeping chateaux within its rolling hills. With its breathtaking sights and gastronomic tradition, the region’s towns are awash with a Romanesque architectural heritage that stems back to the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. On a […]