Top 6 things to do in Mayenne, Pays-de-la-Loire

Off the beaten track but from caves to castles there is so much to discover and enjoy in Mayenne.

What is Morbihan like? What to see and things to do. A tourists guide to Morbihan in Brittany

Time doesn’t mean anything in Morbihan. This tranquil but beautiful region is a wonderful place to visit.

Things to do in St Malo. Tourist and visitors guide to St Malo walled town

The walled town of St Malo is unique in France, and as a result this ancient port is an amazing place to visit.

Why is Herault in France so popular? A tourists guide to Herault department

More than 100km of coastline, almost 300 days of sunshine each year and wonderful towns and villages. What’s not to like?

Montpellier in France – tourism, trams and things to do

If you’re visiting Montpellier the Fabre Museum, the wonderful old town and even the amazing trams should all be on your to do list.

Tourist guide to Limoges, Things to do and places to visit

Limoges is the principal city of Limousin. It’s a lively university town with a notable heritage, and is a place synonymous with affluence and prosperity. As a tourist trail, a circuit of its principal sights will not consume more than half a day. But with attendant visits, to its parks and ancient buildings, a few…

Where is Limousin in France? What is Limousin famous for?

Lovely villages, rolling hills and of course the famous cows. Limousin is off the beaten track but well worth a visit.

Correze tourism – 9 villages and towns to visit. Things to do in Correze

One of the most beautiful departments in France Correze is a region of wonderful rolling hills and picture perfect villages and towns.

Toulouse Tourist Guide: Things to do in Toulouse, what to see and what to eat

The capital of the Midi-Pyrenees with the wonderful Canal du Midi flowing through its heart, Toulouse is the perfect city for your next vacation to France.

Tourist guide to Languedoc-Roussillon region of France and places to visit in Languedoc

Vineyards to walled cities to Roman arenas. Languedoc-Roussillon has it all and you simply have to see it.