Charente-Maritime
Cuisine 102: More Atlantic France Delicacies
Dave Bowden | Jul 8, 2014
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

In Cuisine 101 we introduced you to the stars of the Charente-Maritime department, oysters and mussels. Seafood not your thin more...

Charente-Maritime
Cuisine 101: Charente-Maritime Cuisine
Olivier Maillard | Jul 8, 2014
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

Oysters and seafood are the stars of Charente-Maritime cuisine, a region renowned for arguably the finest oyster cultivation more...

Atlantic France
In Deep: Île d’Oléron
Olivier Maillard | Jul 8, 2014
See + Do | Must Sees

Like the neighbouring island of Île de Ré, Île d'Oléron is a famously fashionable island oasis off the coast of mainland more...

Atlantic France
In Deep: Île de Ré
Olivier Maillard | Jul 8, 2014
See + Do | Must Sees

Connected to the medieval harbour city of La Rochelle, Île de Ré is a favourite retreat of France’s affluent elite. more...

Atlantic France
#myBNR: Atlantic France
Dave Bowden | May 22, 2014
Experts + Insiders | Guides

Among those in the know, the Ile d’Oléron and Ile de Ré are the most famous and fashionable islands along the French Atla more...

Poitou-Charentes
Cognac: Holding Court
Since 1869
Olivier Maillard | Apr 11, 2014
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

Atlantic France’s most famous beverage is probably Cognac, the strong but smooth spirit endorsed by Napoleon Bonaparte hims more...

Atlantic France
Of Oysters and Pirates
Olivier Maillard | Aug 29, 2013
Experts + Insiders | Columnists

In 1983, I was a young little French guy and summer time meant something to me. more...

Poitou-
Charentes

A land of oysters and ocean breezes, it’s
one of our favourite French secrets.
A veritable French Cape Cod.



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