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 the Beaujolais to the scrubland of southern Ardeche, from its historical coastal region in southern France extending from the Pyrenees Mountains and the border with Spain to the Cote d’Azur and the border of Italy along which you’ll find some landmark localities like Marseille, St Topez, Monaco and Nice.
All these regions come replete with cultural activities, outdoor and indoor leisure to help you live out a successful stay. They offer a unique blend of totally different identities: the Mediterranean Sea, the snowy peaks of the Alps to the steep gorges and white-water rivers set in National Parks for a vast variety of different holiday experiences.
Corsica is a mountainous Mediterranean island which offers stylish coastal towns with a touch of Italian culture, dense forests and craggy peaks. Nearly half the island is covered by a park with all levels of hiking trails. Its beaches bathe in an annual average temperature of 19°C and Corsica boasts a real Mediterranean climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year.