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Auvergne, Rhône-Alpes

Rhône-Alpes, with its three main cities, Lyon, Grenoble and St. Etienne, plus the area that includes the French suburbs of the Swiss city of Geneva, Rhone-Alpes is not only one of the largest regions in France, but also one of the more prosperous.

Brittany

The area’s main city, Chartres, is famous for its magnificent cathedral, one of the earliest and finest gothic cathedrals in France.

Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

Franche-Comté is a region and historical province in eastern France, which includes most of the French portion of the Jura mountain range and the plateau of the upper Saône River.

Centre-Val de Loire

The area’s main city, Chartres, is famous for its magnificent cathedral, one of the earliest and finest gothic cathedrals in France.

Corsica

Corsica resembles a miniature continent, with astounding geographical diversity.

Grand Est

Located in the north-east France, the region of Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine was created in January 2016 and is made up of the former regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine.

Hauts-de-France

Wild coasts, beaches of fine sand, dunes or white cliffs.

Nouvelle-Aquitaine

This region is very popular with holidaymakers and expats who are drawn to the sunny climate, pretty towns and villages, rolling countryside, vineyards and Atlantic beaches.

Normandy

Normandy is often described as the Devon of northern France, with Brittany as the corresponding Cornwall.

Occitanie

The largest region in France, Midi Pyrenees is an essentially rural area, stretching from the highlands of the Massif Central in the north, to the crests of the Pyrenees, on the Spanish border, in the south.

Paris

If you want to live in Paris, you’ll find plenty of distinct Parisian neighbourhoods to choose from, with prices varying greatly depending on the character of the area.

Pays de la Loire

The Pays de la Loire covers the area to the south of Brittany and Normandy, along the lower stretches of the river Loire, the longest river in France.

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