Travel with us to our “foodie” destinations in Limousin, the still little known region of France. While creating our itineraries we will try to make everything as easy as possible for you. We will meet you at Limoges or Brive Vallée de la Dordogne airports, or Limoges train station and will return you to the airport/station at the end of the week. Once you are with us there’s no need to worry about parking, tickets, or reservations – we will take care of everything for you.
You will stay 7 nights at La Croix du Reh full board with breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
Every morning we will visit some exciting places, meet interesting people and taste some wonderful produce.
Every afternoon you will create your own three course dinner menu and then cook the meal with Galya. Alternatively, you can cook only one of the courses or have a themed afternoon cooking like: “3 easy desserts”, “Macaroons made easy”, “Simply bread” (or more sophisticated gateaux), “I used to hate beetroot, but now I love it!”, “Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate”, “Russian cuisine”, etc…
We are happy to create personalized menus and themes for your cooking adventure in Galya’s kitchen. To see what kind of foods you can be making, visit our Blog Galya’s kitchen and/or our Facebook page
You will leave with a Little Book of Galya’s kitchen recipes which will be a reminder of your adventure in Limousin.
Here is just an example of the itinerary. The visits can vary depending on season, day of the week and your preference. For more information please contact us.
If you would like to learn something new, to explore splendid unknown Limousin region, meet local producers and like to cook (or just eat), then this may be the perfect holiday adventure for you.
Check out our Foodie Adventure availability calendar or simply send us an e-mail enquiry.
The house and the park are beautiful, the food products and marchés are incredible, the countryside is breathtaking, and the cooking workshops are fun.
We hope to see you on the next Limousin Foodie Adventure!
One thought on “Foodie adventure in Limousin”
Reblogged this on Galya's Kitchen.