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Pas de Calais and North-west France

Arthur Eperon
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Pas de Calais is an almost unknown part of France and includes great sandy beaches and high grassy dunes. The rural setting combines fields with thick woods, hills, trout streams and farming hamlets where the churches and inns are still centres of life and cows are more important than cars. Each of the Eperon's French regional guides describes the region, its particular attractions and atmosphere, its food and wine, its history, major towns and cities and most important sites. It also includes a comprehensive gazeteer covering the towns and villages in the region, with information on what to see, which hotels and restaurants to visit, as well as information on market days and annual festivals. The author is a journalist, travel and wine writer who has written guides to France, Italy and Greece and appeared regularly on television. In 1974 he won the annual French award for travel writing.
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Edition Details
Author Arthur Eperon
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Pan Macmillan
Year Published 1991-03-08
Number of Pages 240
ISBN 13 9780330317375
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