Archives for the ‘Life in Gascony’ Category

One of the disadvantages of living in the French countryside is that there is no Starbucks!

By • May 9th, 2012 • Category: Life in Gascony

Having lived here over 20 years, I am quite happy to stop off at little cafés for my short, sharp shock of caffeine whilst I glance through Sud Ouest or the Depeche du Midi.  However on long weekends we cheat and fill our take out Costa Coffee flasks with frothy, milky, homemade, breakfast-style coffee and head […]


By • Jan 24th, 2012 • Category: Life in Gascony

France is now the most researched holiday home destination and in a recent survey the Midi Pyrenees came in the top three places to buy in France.  With its sparsely populated countryside, lively towns and villages, excellent communications and easy lifestyle, it is easy to see why. Gascony hosts a series of medieval villages, market […]

Flights to Gascony

By • Apr 17th, 2009 • Category: Life in Gascony

Thinking of visiting Gascony from the UK or Eire? Plenty of flights available into Gascony – new airports opening! Latest information and airline links.

C’est La Vie

By • Feb 20th, 2009 • Category: Life in Gascony

This is the life in Gascony. What makes Gascony such an attractive place to live? Moving home in your own country can be stressful. Moving to a different country is a different cup of tea altogether. On 1st for Gascony we hope to give a true flavour of life in Gascony. Let us introduce you […]