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Burgundy's reputation has crossed borders, notably because of its famous mustard, its snails and yes, its fine wines.
Discover South Western cuisine, its foie gras, cassoulet, poule au pot and meat confit recipes that combine quality, authenticity and a true taste of the land.
Savour Alsatian cuisine, renowned for its many family-style specialties and, yes, the Alsace Wine Route.
Provencal cuisine, centred on olive oil, fish, fine herbs and sun-filled fruits and vegetables, has that naturally delicious holiday smell.
Brittany is a land of multiple facets, known as much for its panoramic landscapes as for its culinary specialties.
The Atlantic seaside and its well-known islands like Noirmoutier, Ré and Oléron boast a gastronomy that marries products of the sea and the soil.
Corsican specialty meats, brocciu, canistrelli, maquis honey… Savour Corsica's terroir, a happy combination of authenticity and tradition.
From the Alps to the Pyrenees, and the Jura to the Auvergne, soups, cheeses and charcuterie take pride of place!
Discover the cuisine of Nord-Pas de Calais
Discover the specialities from the Western Loire