The wonders of the Regions of France. Thirteen marvels with their flavors and fragrances wafting you away to the bliss of a delightful vacation.

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North-East: Three Regions – Hauts-de-France, Grand-Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comte. The Hauts-de France is the Northern stunning cliffs at Cap Blanc Nez mix with chic elegant towns like Lille and Arras with their superb Flemish architecture breathes the region’s rich history. It’s where their ‘art de vivre’ slows down to enjoy the good things our...

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North West: Four Regions – Normandie, Bretagne, Pays-de-la-Loire and Centre-Val de Loire Normandy is a perfect blend of coastal and inland culture, from the spectacular Mont St Michel up through La Manche county, across the Calvados and all the way to authentic Le Tréport in beautiful Seine- Maritime. Thee sea provides a fascinating landscape along...

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South-East: Four Regions - Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, Occitanie, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur and Corse. The second most visited area in France. For many good reasons: A continuous stream of changing landscapes from glaciers and famous mountain peaks such as Mont Blanc to beautiful fields of lavender accompanied by the sounds of cicadas, from the vineyards of...

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South West : Nouvelle Aquitaine. Diversity has always been one of the most important features of Aquitaine, contributing to its wealth. It can be seen in ethic and cultural terms (Bearn, Basque Country, Gascony, Perigord…), but its clearest manifestation is in the variety of landscapes: vast beaches bordered by dunes, vineyards, forests, mountains, lakes...

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Heart of France: Ile-de-France – including Paris and its suburban departments. Widely popular for the diversity of its natural, heritage and cultural wealth, this destination offers visitors of all ages, from near and far, a wide choice of activities of all types, all year round. From ""eternal riches"" (monuments, museums, etc.) to the modernity and...

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Popular destinations

These are the 'Top 10' that visitors flock to. They include the most visited monuments, museums and events. These are not just travel favorites they are the 'must-sees' in France. When you get home their pictures will make your friends envious. You’ll be able to say, ‘I was there’.

Ski and winter destinations

Your annual ski vacation starts here. Cosy ski resorts with kilometers of slopes for all skiing levels. First class hotels to self-service apartments… imagine sipping ‘chocolat chaud’ after an exhilarating day of downhill or cross-country skiing. France boasts the world’s largest ski area.

Historic culture

Follow in Dr Langdon’s Da Vinci Code footsteps, discover marvels 100s and 1000s of years old--Roman, Gothic and Renaissance treasures in abundance as you tour stained glass Churches, lavish Chateaux, Art Museums and sculptured Monuments. Memories of the past for your eyes and pleasure.

Beaches & gems

You need to break loose from that asphalt city. Then, the summer beach is a choice for that getaway rejuvenation. Sandy stretches underfoot, a dip in the warm waves, sun-bathing with a cool drink and a tasty baguette sandwich. Close your eyes ... isn't that just right.

Off the beaten track

You’re looking for some peace and quiet. Its time to head for the mountains or the countryside … during off-season. All the amenities and service but just for you. Refreshing walks and hikes or grueling climbing … France covers whatever you desire.

Hidden gems

You’re looking for an experience, a total change-of-pace getaway. France has it all. Look at this short list: Farm stays, white-water runs, mountain peak adventures, picturesque village hideaways, parachute, art or ‘whatever your fancy’ coaching, horse-drawn caravans, even mule treks …

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