Languedoc-Midi.info is a new business directory launched in January 2011 for English speakers living, working or visiting this wonderful region of Languedoc-Roussillon, the “Real South of France”. The website is designed to provide the details that you need – all in one place. It is a ‘one-stop shop’ – no log-ins required, no Google ads, no pop ups, no forums, just useful business information in a clear, concise and helpful format. The only listing criteria is that all businesses submitted should be located or providing services for people in the Languedoc area. The site is ever expanding and evolving, so check back often!
ExpatWomen.com is the largest global website helping women living overseas. The site displays more than 1,000 quality content pages, over 1,200 expat women blogs, nearly 300 readers' stories, invaluable country resource pages, interviews with successful expat women, loads of motivational articles and an inspirational blog and monthly newsletter.
www.frenchentree-languedoc.com Welcome to FrenchEntrée, your online guide to property, life and holidays in the Languedoc region of France! FrenchEntrée Languedoc Roussillon is edited and managed by Greca & Jamie. We live and work in the region and are constantly updating, improving and adding information to the site, so please let us know if we can enhance it in any way!
www.the-languedoc-page.com Martine and Peter are English speakers who relocated to Languedoc. We had to do a lot of research on the area, before buying a house and organising all the other things associated with moving to a new country. Later, with visitors, we researched tourism, and acted as unpaid tourist guides. This website is a summary of things we learned along the way. As former corporate expats, we had lived in three other countries before arriving here in 1999 looking for a slower way of life. This website started as an exercise in website creation and a way to put a few photos on the web for family & friends (archive example). We started, with free software and free hosting, and have now had more than 6m web pages read. The present version shows that we may not be professional, but we have slightly improved! Today this site is intended to provide information about the area as well as help business creation in Languedoc. We are happy to receive your emails with suggestions and queries.
www.sunfrance.com HOLIDAYS IN LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON, SOUTH OF FRANCE
www.heraultwhatson.info Welcome to WoW The site has been simplified to help you find your way around it. All the usual features but we hope, easier to navigate. "Under the buttons on the left are a collection of the old favourites - simply click on the title you like -
click What's On - and you will see a choice of things to do from art exhibitions to days out and from this week to the upcoming festivals - one more click and you are on the page you want" Good luck and enjoy WoW and l'Herault - in the heart of the "real" South of France.
www.creme-de-languedoc.com Beautiful property for sale, holiday rentals and B&Bs in Languedoc, south France...
www.midi-france.info The Languedoc-Roussillon: holiday accommodation, weather, naturist beaches, Cathar castles, Cathar beliefs and history, wines, wildlife, Rennes-le-Château, property, Languedoc mysteries and vacations in the South of France.
www.languedoc.visite.org Tourism guide of your holydays to Languedoc Roussillon
www.sun-seminars.com This portal is dedicated to business tourism and its private activities in the LR. This unique portal was created in order to accompany you in the organisation of your event, whether it is professional or private: Incentives, seminars, meetings, exhibitions, trainings, shows, gala evenings, congresses, weddings, christenings, receptions and cocktail parties. Sun Seminars unveils a wide choice of places for different events in the LR: castles, seminar rooms, congress halls, romantic and top quality places to stay. Breathtaking in every way, they will satisfy every demand.
www.jardinslanguedoc.com Friends of gardens in languedoc Roussillon
http://languedoc.angloinfo.com "Life in Languedoc-Roussillon, in English!"
www.marseille-provence.info The insider's guide to Marseille, Aix and Southern Provence, whether you're planning a Citybreak, an extended stay, the purchase of your dream house or just an armchair tour of the most beautiful corner of France.
www.provencepost.com All the freshest news and features about Provence, updated two to three times a week.
www.web-provence.com 250 pictures of Markets in Provence. A shimmering palette of fruits and vegetable, light and shadows from a charming place in Aix en Provence. Discover France thought the smallest french web site.
www.provenceweb.fr Touristic guide for Provence and Riviera
www.hikinginprovence.com Guided Hiking in Provence with Stuart Sommers Why Hike Provence? Authenticity: Many places in Provence are full of tourist traps, “museum villages”, and crowded markets filled by everyone but the French. On the walking trails, you can experience Provence as it truly is, in its timeless sense.
www.tastesofprovence.com Gourmet walking tours in Aix en Provence
www.visitprovence.com/en The official tourism website for Bouches du Rhône
www.provencelive.com Practical information and references designed to spare English speakers time, money and frustration while visiting Aix-en-Provence.
www.provence.guideweb.com tourism and travel
provence.angloinfo.com Comprehensive, independent, accurate and up-to-date information on every aspect of life in Provence, from the definitive English-language guide to the Provence region of France & The AngloFILE Business Directory.
For anyone who lives in, loves or dreams of traveling to Provence
www.expat-blog.com Share your expat experience! The living abroad website, by expats, for expats
For the ﬁrst time, our printed version uses videos to bring life to our content and advertising. A new concept, Augmented Reality, brings the paper to life at the click of a button. All you need to do is download the free LAYAR application on your phone or tablet and off you go. Then just follow the instructions over the next pages.
The sun is out, bank holidays are in, we all want to go and explore, although this can sometimes be ruined by the dreaded mistral (p14). But let’s not spoil things. How about a visit to St Jean du Fos (p20) or if you’re feeling more urban, a nice shopping day in Avignon with a healthy tea break (p23) or a visit to an art gallery in Nîmes? (p17) If you’re feeling extra energetic like me, how about entering the Pont du Gard race on 30 June to raise money for a fantastic local charity? Also in this issue, the remarkable story of a simulated space mission by Claire (p18) and a very funny article by Bernice on her pathological inability (or so she says) to learn languages (p22).