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The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on the tourism market is likely to be continued until 2022, says Claude Olive, Mayor of Anglet

Today, June 15, 2020, France removes restrictions on crossing its internal borders. True, this year, given the difficult situation caused by the crisis of COVID-19, France bets on the development of domestic tourism. One of the most attractive tourist destinations in France for both foreign tourists and the French themselves is the coast of the …

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Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

Arcangues castle and its library containing more than 10,000 volumes

Arcangues Castle (Château d’Arcangues in French) is located in the Basque lands of France, near Arcangues town (or Arrangoitze in Basque). It is located near Biarritz, in the Atlantic Pyrenees region (Pyrénées-Atlantiques).

The castle rises on a small hill in the middle of a park planted with three-hundred-year-old oaks, overlooking Bayonne on one side and the …

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All Andorra news / Tourism

Andorra and France discuss the promotion of nature tourism

The Minister of Tourism, Veronica Canals, met on Wednesday with the newly appointed General Director of Atout France, Caroline Leboucher, to promote collaboration with the French Tourism Development Agency.

During the meeting, also attended by the Tourism Director, Sergi Nadal, the ambassador of Andorra to France, Eva Descarrega and the Marketing Director of Atout France, Sophie …

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All Andorra news / Politics

Andorra participates in the second edition of the Paris Peace Forum

photo: govern

The Head of Government, Xavier Espot, participates in the Paris Peace Forum, convened by the President of the French Republic and co-prince of Andorra, Emmanuel Macron. The second edition of the Forum has brought together more than 6,000 participants, including senior executives, international organizations, companies, associations, NGO’s, foundations and groups of experts.

The …

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