Bordeaux, Biarritz, miles of coastline, vineyards, mountains and beaches. Nouvelle-Aquitaine has it all.
Is there a more iconic symbol of France (apart from a certain tower in Paris) than Mont-St-Michael?
The ancient city of Avignon and the beautiful landscapes of Vaucluse make Provence one of the most amazing places to visit in France.
Seaside bustle and the tranquillity of rural France at its best. Vandee has something for everyone.
A wonderful port and a not so secret island. Here’s all you need to know about this unique part of France.
The champagne centre of France yet a largely undiscovered oasis awaiting the tourist.
The department of Aveyron is an ancient and slightly strange place. Rodez is a fascinating place to visit and is well away from the beaten track.
One of the truly historic regions of France famed for its beaches and white cliffs.
Of course there is the wine. But there is so much more to explore in Burgundy with museums, palaces and…mustard.