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Wild France: A Traveller's Guide (Wild Guides)

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An unrivalled series of illustrated guide-books to the wild places far from home and work, the long walks, mountain hide-aways, woods, moors, sea coasts and remote islands where travellers can still find a refuge from the modern world.Each volume includes:
-- Vivid descriptions of wild places by experienced travellers and writers
-- Detailed information on when to go, how t
Published December 3rd 2005 by Interlink Books (first published 1994)
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Marty Essen
Nov 01, 2015 Marty Essen rated it it was amazing
For people who want more than just the touristy stuff:

I may have been the first peacetime American to ever be totally unexcited about visiting Europe. I was writing a book that featured adventures on all seven continents, looking for rare and interesting wildlife. Of all the continents, Europe gave me the most trepidation. Where would I go to get away from humans and get closer to animals?

When I read the most popular travel guides, all I could find were tips on touristy locations—the exact oppos
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