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When it comes to luxury living, penthouses are on many buyers’ wish lists. They provide amazing views, large terraces and are set apart by their position usually being on the highest floor of an...

There is unlikely to be a better line to promote the city of Aix-en-Provence than the famous words from Cézanne: “When you’re born there, it’s hopeless, nothing else is good enough”....

A selection of some of the most stunning properties for sale across the globe will be showcased at The Luxury Property Show, which returns to Olympia London on 31st October and 1st November. The show,...

There is something really lovely about late summer in the south of France, when the crowds have thinned out and the roads cleared, but it’s still blissfully warm and sunny. If you’ve decided...

Words by Irene Caswell It is well known that the French take their wine and their food very seriously indeed. I travelled in a small group, courtesy of the Conseil Interprofessionel des Vins du Languedoc...

Travel writer Irene Caswell visits Lens in Northern France and discovers art, fine food and history combine to make the perfect weekend break. Northern France’s mining history The Arras region of Pas-De-Calais...

Words by Codelia Mantsebo Brand new hotel, Château de Fonscolombe may be in its early years, but this castle hotel is a historical monument in its own right. And even after being rebirthed as a five-star...

Planning a luxury holiday this summer? There are many fabulous destinations all around the world to consider but one which should be at the top of your list is Bordeaux. Situated in the beautiful region...

Sunsets can be breathtaking in any given landscape, but some do stand out more than others. There are actually places in the world that heighten all five senses during the process of day to night and if...

For the perfect Spring getaway, leading travel writer Nick Constance is bang on the zeitgeist when it comes to a jaunt along the Seine – especially as the ship visits the Normandy coast, 170 miles...