Dordogne – why the Brits still love it
The Dordogne, in south west France, was one of the first areas of the country to be discovered by the British.
That was partly down to the low property prices and a climate so much better than home. Of course houses are no longer cheap, but the weather is even warmer and English is widely spoken. Imagine fairytale castles perched precariously on limestone cliffs overlooking the Dordogne River, and picturesque medieval villages nestling in the middle of forests and you get the picture.