Get away in the Provençal lands of the Midi, then discover the famous French Riviera! Between nature, gastronomy and charming hotels, this trip is a mix of fragrances, flavors and colors. Taste wines in Provence, visit interesting cities such as Marseille and Cannes, create your own perfume, and go on a boat ride to Monaco. Explore two of the most beautiful regions of France in full freedom and with comfort in high-quality establishments.
This circuit of 11 days explores the creative agricultural heartland of France, sampling the best of its terroir and cuisine. This agrotourism itinerary takes you across five beautiful regions in the centre of France : the Forez – the Cantal – the Périgord Noir – the Pays des Bastides and the Quercy. The farm stays are picked for their authenticity, and their warmth of welcome.
This tour takes you past the cobalt Luberon Mountains, along seductive coastlines, past rippling lavender fields and honey-stone hilltop villages that have inspired everyone from Nostradamus to Van Gogh to Picasso. You'll spend a lazy few days in Antibes for the aura of blue heat and bon viveurs, and for the sight of super-yachts lazing off shore. The journey along the coast starts or ends in Marseille and leaves the tourist hordes behind.
Get to know the Highlights of France! Visit the most famous sights of Paris and hidden places on interesting excursions and food tours. Make sure to visit the Palace of Versailles and to have lunch on the Eiffel Tower. Continue your trip with a visit to the historic city of Avignon and get to know the Provence Region. At the end of your tour, you will spend some days in Nice and enjoy beautiful beaches and glamorous cities on the French Riviera.
You will spend a somes in Paris and visit the capital's most famous sights. How about a tour in a traditional oldtimer by night or a dinner on the Eiffel Tower? You cannot not fall in love with the City of Lights. After a few days in Paris, you will visit Normandy and its historic battlefields and cemeteries from WWII. Next, you will have the possibility to visit the Bordeaux regions with its renowned vineyards and taste some nice wines.
This wonderful journey on both sides of the Channel will be full of discovery. Two capitals, one trip and so many sounds, tastes and anecdotes will flow. During two weeks you will live like a local and reveal all the treasures these beautiful cities have to offer. From the stories of the Marais district to the best typical street food of London, from the smile of Mona Lisa to the jewels of the crown... your adventure is awaiting.
This holiday combines Paris and Lyon with a walking holiday traversing the vineyards of the southern Beaujolais. There will be daily wine tasting at your guest houses enjoyable walking through varied countryside, with numbers of chateaux and panoramic views. You'll cross historic villages built from warm golden limestone and combine this with great local hospitality & wonderful cuisine. Sophisticated Paris and Lyon bookend the trip.
For this discovery tour of the island of beauty, you will stay in quality hotels and will be accompanied by a private guide who will comment and ensure the guided tours according to the program. Your private guide will pick you up at your hotel with his vehicle and drive you through Cap Corse, Bonifacio, Corte, Porto, Balagne.
This 10-day package links the very best walking in the south of France. These short and beautiful hikes take you past the finest sites on the French Riviera showing the rich and diverse heritage of the area. You cross medieval villages clinging to cliffs, and stop at castles that defended the hinterland or coastal ports...the route passes by the nicest little local cafes and bistros so your day pack will not be heavy! We organize the baggage transfer
This trip offers the pleasure of exploration with great local guides. Paris is first up. You can come to Paris any time but the atmosphere is quite different at different times of year. After a few days of discovery both inside and outside the walls of Paris (Antiques!) you'll head south. Uzès is one place at the forefront as a wonderful food hub. This tour leads your curiosity on a culinary and cultural discovery inside and outside Provence.
This trip is not just about the Côte d'Azur. The interior has quieter roads and prettier towns, makes for great touring. The coast is a must-see for the blue skys and azur seas. You’ll have complete independence on each day, but also have the reassurance that the route is well planned to take in the best of the sights and monuments in the area, then each night the hotels are perfectly chosen. Yu'll see the Alpilles, Luberon and hinterland of Nice.
The quiet roads of the Luberon country, olive trees, vineyards and lavender fields, perched villages and colorful markets, Lacoste (with the ruins of the Marquis de Sade’s castle), Gordes, Roussillon, Vanosque …
More “Provencal” it can hardly be!
Then the legendary Mont Ventoux or a hike on the chain of Montmirail.
The rush to the modern world and bustle has not yet reached the Provence!
This cycling tour is based south from Bordeaux, in the vineyard region of Graves and
Sauternes and “Bassin d’Arcachon” (Baye of Arcachon). The Baye of Arcachon is a haven for
outdoor-lovers, pine forests, sand dunes, chic towns, historic oyster-farming villages, and cycle
trails to discover it all by. On the way, you will have the possibility to taste some red wines, dry
white wines and sweet white wines. You will discover some local specialities.
Burgundy is a fabulous region for a cycling tour, quiet roads, nice accommodation,
many vineyards and domaines to sample wine and great gastronomy. On this cycle
holiday you will cycle through some lovely typical French towns such as Givry,
Santenay, Puligny-Montrachet, Pommard and many more. You will also benefit
from the peace of the cycle track, the “Green Way” and you will appreciate the
natural beauty of this area.
This leisurely exploration of the Champagne region will reward you with beautiful, charming villages, chalk hillsides covered in pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay vines; and of course the opportunity to meet the families who create the world’s most famous wine. Champagne also holds some surprises: medieval churches, the Gothic cathedral od Reims, and a lighthouse hundreds of kilometers from the sea, built as a publicity stunt in 1909.
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