Provence is a diversity of stunning landscapes from purple lavender covered fields and salt marshes of the Carmargue, to limestone mountains and caves, and rocky plateaus.
Renowned for their stunning scenery complete with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, and for holding the first Winter Olympics in 1924 at Chamonix
A piece of France in the Caribbean, once named Madinina or Island of Flowers, situated between Dominica and St Lucia.
“Paris, not just a city of love, but a city of family friendly fun!” Paris is surprisingly family-friendly having plenty of attractions for children and teenagers, the city is full of history, art and architecture, with several child-orientated museums.
Famous for its celebrity visitors; St Tropez is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Europe. St Tropez is much loved by the highest members of society, the rich and A-list, and thanks to this you will walk the village streets and find expensive restaurants and designer shops.
The first thing that may come to mind when you think of Bordeaux is the exquisitely flavoured wine that has made this city so very well known. However, there is so much more to Bordeaux then fermented grapes.
Brittany is one of the more popular regions of France. Located in the North-West, people enjoy the attractive coastline, white sandy beaches and fishing villages that the region has to offer.
Marseille is not only one of the oldest cities in Europe but is also the second largest in France. Founded in 600BC you may think that a city with such history would be stuck in a long forgotten time, but this could not be further for the truth in Marseille.
Normandy is a picturesque region of France, located in the North-West. This region is has an attractive coastline, beautiful countryside and interesting architecture.
Loire Valley is mainly known for its famous chateauxs. Located in Central France, this popular region has an attractive countryside, interesting towns in which to explore