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Amid the torrent of glossy blockbusters and TV tie-ins, significant new culinary works are liable to be swept aside. Caroline Conran's relishable account of Languedoc cuisine is that extreme rarity, a cookbook that you can sit down and read. She
These magical photos capture the rugged beauty of wild horses galloping through the marshes of southern France. Photographer Marco Carmassi searched for more than two days until he found the herd of Camargue horses, named after the region of France
This particular lake in the Camargue southern france wetlands is an extraordinary phenomenon. The cause is thought to be very high levels of salt in the water. Surrounded by other lakes where normal water colour is normal;
Camargue, France is a river delta where the Rhone meets the sea. The picturesque area is home to numerous salt flats, and it is this concentration of salt that will occasionally stain red the regions normally blue water. A photographer driving
Campaigning for the second round of French parliamentary elections turned violent when a Front National supporter attacked a UMP backer. The assault occurred Wednesday evening in the Var region in southern France, Radio France Internationale reported.
It's time to flaunt yourself on the Cote d'Azur, or visit some of Europe's most vibrant cities and enjoy the seasonal warmth, those colours that have captivated so many great painters, and the scent of herbs. This is a coast of two very different
More than fifty pink flamingos have been found dead in southern France, victims of freezing weather conditions that have gripped Europe over the past weeks. Firemen who combed waters in Gruissan, in the Aude region, said the birds succumbed to the
Treasured habitat ... a flock of flamingos feeding in the Carmargue. Photograph: Alamy Near the Mediterranean resort of Sete, on a 140-hectare expanse of wetland that used to be the Villeroy salt marsh and now belongs to France 's Conservatoire du
Ric Ergenbright/Corbis I don't do summer holidays. I was born poor, so holidays were rare afternoons out, tomato sandwiches on Hovis in the back of the charabanc. Born in the west country too I lived both in Devon and Cornwall so holidaymakers were "
Surrounding the horsemen are thousands of people, many cheering and chanting "Vive Sainte Sara!" Musicians play bursts of flamenco guitar or squeeze Hungarian melodies out of accordions. The horsemen and the crowd head towards the sea, seeming to