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Pays de la Loire

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  • proper noun A région of France.

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  • Land is quite reasonable in the Pays de la Loire and many rural properties come with much larger gardens than in the UK.

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  • A range of property styles are available in the Pays de la Loire, from stone-built longeres long houses to village townhouses to elegant chateaux, and everything in between.

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  • In the north part of the Pays de la Loire region, you will find traditional stone-built houses and longeres and barn conversions, as well as the cream-coloured new builds, while houses in the Vendee have a more Mediterranean feel with stucco and red-tiled roofs.

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  • The Pays de la Loire has good air and train links, and is about three or four hours drive from the ferry and Eurotunnel terminals.

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  • Meanwhile, a poll in the Brittany and the Pays de la Loire areas has produced a "yes" vote by 52 percent compared to 48 percent for "non".

    Splits on response to French "non"

  • From April 6 through April 9, the team participates in La Sarthe, a five-stage race in four days that takes place in Pays de la Loire, in the western part of France.

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  • From April 6 through April 9, the team participates in La Sarthe, a five-stage race in four days that takes place in Pays de la Loire, in the western part of France.

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  • Circuit Cycliste Sarthe - Pays de la Loire stage four.

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  • Circuit Cycliste Sarthe - Pays de la Loire stage four.

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  • Circuit Cycliste Sarthe - Pays de la Loire stage four.

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