The Pays d’Uzes and Pont du Gard area is a slightly lesser known (but nonetheless beautiful) part of Provence. Situated in the department of the Gard, the area boasts several wonderful villages and small towns, is steeped in history and would be the perfect place to buy a holiday home.
Provence is one of the loveliest and most popular regions of France. The very word conjures up a vision of fields of lavender, charming villages, cosy restaurants with checked table cloths, gorgeous sandy beaches, a laid back lifestyle and, of course, sampling the Provencal cuisine and wine.
The good news for British retirees moving to France is that their healthcare costs will be covered by the UK government, even if they have moved there after the withdrawal agreement, or are moving in the future! We cover more about post-Brexit healthcare rules…
Living in France has so many benefits: the laidback lifestyle, the space, the beauty of the countryside, the rivers, the fantastic food and wine – the list goes on! It’s no wonder that France remains one of the most popular countries in Europe for Brits to travel to, buy a home in and generally consider as our closest neighbour.
A property viewing trip to France is an exciting moment in your home hunt, but how do you get the best out of your time? What do you need to think about and how do you plan it? We share our top tips for a stress-free trip.
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