France, one of the UK’s neighbouring and most visited countries. Bordered by Spain, Andorra, Italy, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Belgium, it’s mainland is divided into 27 regions. From France you can also visit the island of Corsica, or further afield to other overseas territories belonging to France, including French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion and Mayotte. From long coastal beaches to alpine charm, France offers a wide variety of holidays for all guests.
Famous for the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame and the Louvre, France has a lot to offer and not just within its capital city, Paris. The French Riviera, also known as the Côte d’Azur is a beautiful place to visit, especially in late summer walk through the fields of lavender in Grasse, visit local markets and there are a plethora of beautiful beaches and restaurants to sample. Long stunning beaches along the Mediterranean coastline include towns such as St. Tropez, Nice and Cannes, the playground for the royals and the rich and famous. Take a trip up to Èze a stunning village set into the cliffs and see the views of the French Riviera.
Provence, famous for its vineyards, lavender and sunflower fields is one of the most special places to visit in France. The culture and tradition in all of the small towns is unlike anywhere else.
Corsica, is a beautiful Island just off the French coast, there are some wonderful all-inclusive hotels on the island. You can see the vibrant coastal vistas and mountainous landscapes when visiting Bonifacio’s old town set on the cliffs.
Lorraine is a beautiful French town in the north-east of France. The town itself has a river running through it and a medieval feel, rich in history. Visit the Verdun, with memories of WWI and The Battle of Verdun, or the Metz Cathedral on the river. Throughout France the local food, wines, fresh fruit and vegetable markets offer the best from the Mediterranean. There are excellent beach bars and savoyarde restaurants, and there is a never ending list of places to visit or foods to sample.