Les Vallee des Merveilles – the Valley of Wonders – is a fascinating site to visit on the Cote d’Azur. Within this plunging valley are more than 40,000 rock engravings, set amongst truly stunning scenery.
The mesmerising walled town of Vannes is, without doubt and with good reason, one of the most cherished and attractive sights of Brittany. If you are spending time in Brittany, you simply must call by this beautiful medieval town, for the following reasons.
If experiencing breath-taking views and exploring incredible natural beauty and thriving wildlife is what you crave for in a holiday, then you’ll be interested in learning more about Calanques National Park.
Nice is brimming with fabulous things to do for enlightening cultural experiences and none more so than visiting the Musée Marc Chagall.
Alongside the ultra-glamourous and word-renowned towns of Nice, St. Tropez and Cannes on the Cote d’Azur, are a number of quaint and rustic villages. If you want to combine the glitz of the French Riviera with the traditional lifestyles parts of the South of France cling on to, take a look at the following three
Sarlat-la-Caneda in the Dordogne region of France has been known for a very long time as one of the best market towns in its part of the country. The whole region from which it draws both the people and the produce, is known far and wide for its good food.
Prats-du-Perigord in Nouvelle-Aquitaine is a small village, situated in a quieter part of the Dordogne. This characterful village is a quintessential example of traditional southern France near the Perigord Noir. Surrounded by stunning countryside, Prats-du-Perigord is the ideal location to explore this beautiful part of the Dordogne.
The quaint and charming town of Dinan is one of the best preserved and attractive towns in the whole of Brittany. Dinan might be small but it has plenty going on to keep the whole family entertained. Take a look at the following three reasons children won’t be disappointed with this lovely walled Breton town
Brittany is a place for explorers. With dramatic coastlines, medieval towns, sleepy villages and thriving resorts, Brittany has something for everyone. Early and late summer can be the best times to visit the diverse lands of Brittany, when the sun is shining, the crowds are more dispersed, and there are still plenty of activities and
Écrins National Park is a wonderful natural environment situated in the south-eastern corner of France. This mountainous area of the Daupine Alps has over a hundred different summits that are above 3000 meters high. You will find everything from glacier fields to alpine pastures, full of spring flowers, woodlands and lakes nestled between its high