France is renowned for its historic sites, its beautiful villages, beaches, museums, places of interest, tourist attractions. Here you will find a selection of great places to visit. Occitanie, Provence, Corsica, Burgundy, The Loire Valley - browse and discover the different regions for your holiday.
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19 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism

Stay around Saint-Pol-de-Léon in Brittany

Saint-Pol-de-Léon located in Brittany is a beautiful city recognised for its historical heritage and coastal landscapes. The surrounding area is full of treasures to discover. Let's discover the destinations to discover during your stay around Saint-Pol-de-Léon.

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17 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Holidays

Dinan, medieval pearl in the heart of Brittany

Dinan, located about 30 km from Saint-Malo, is one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Brittany. With its cobbled streets, two-bedroom houses and well-preserved ramparts, Dinan offers a journey through time that will seduce lovers of history and authentic charm. Here is an overview of the treasures that this enchanting city has to offer.

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12 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Nature

Discovering the Gulf of Morbihan

The Gulf of Morbihan, located in Brittany, in the northwest of France, is one of the most enchanting and preserved destinations in the country. Famous for its natural beauty, ecological diversity and rich cultural heritage, the Gulf of Morbihan is often nicknamed "the small sea" because of its calm waters and large expanse. Here is an overview of this marine jewel.

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11 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism

Discovering Carantec: The jewel of Finistère, France

Nestled along the northern coast of Brittany, France, Carantec is a captivating town brimming with natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant Breton culture. Known for its scenic beaches, nearby islands, and historical landmarks, Carantec offers a unique experience for travelers seeking a blend of relaxation and cultural immersion.

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04 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Culture

Montignac, in the heart of the Vézère valley and prehistory

Located in the Périgord Noir, Montignac is a charming village crossed by the Vézère, best known for housing one of the greatest treasures of prehistoric art: the Lascaux cave. Montignac offers a multitude of historical, cultural and natural attractions which make this village an unmissable destination in the Dordogne. In this article, we take you to discover Montignac, from its prehistoric riches to its picturesque atmosphere.

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02 July 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Architecture, Culture

Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, the world capital of prehistory

In the heart of the Vézère valley, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil is a must-see destination for lovers of prehistory, history and spectacular natural landscapes. This village in Périgord Noir, in the Dordogne, is full of archaeological treasures and natural wonders to discover that will delight young and old. In this article, we take you to discover the Eyzies, with essentials and well-kept secrets.


01 July 2024  |  Virginie Erre  |  Tourism

The Museum of the Dream of the Past

Why not take your next holiday in the Tarn? Visit the Museum of the Dream of the Past in Ronel. Discover life-size reconstructions and trace the universe of the 1900s to 1930s: a house, a post office, a school and a baker's bakery.

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30 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Architecture, Culture

Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, halfway between Les Eyzies and Lascaux

Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère is a pretty picturesque village classified in the list of the "most beautiful villages in France". This charming village is guarded by its castles - the Manoir de la salle, but also: the Château de Clérans, as well as the Château de Chabans, flagship of the Côte de Jor - the village prides itself on hosting, in the beautiful Romanesque church of the 12th century, the Musical Festival of Périgord Noir.

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28 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism

Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, a hidden treasure of the Gironde

Located on the banks of the Dordogne, Sainte-Foy-la-Grande is a charming small village that deserves to be discovered. Founded in the 13th century, this medieval bastide offers a captivating mix of history, culture and natural beauty. Follow us for a guided tour of this picturesque village and its enchanting surroundings.

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21 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Culture, UNESCO

Holiday destinations 2024, the Gard, south of France

Located in the south of France, the Gard department is a destination that is nevertheless worth the detour. The Gard stands out between its varied landscapes, its rich historical and cultural heritage, and tasty gastronomy, the Gard has something to seduce travelers in search of authenticity. Let's discover together this hidden treasure in the south of France.

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18 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Holidays

Le Somail, a charming stopover on the Canal du Midi

20 minutes from Narbonne, discover the hamlet of Somail, built on the Canal du Midi. One can only be charmed by the architectural ensemble classified as historic monuments and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will appreciate the calm of a stroll on the Canal or simply sit down at the table at one of the restaurants after having taken advantage of one of the unusual visits where you will learn

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17 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Holidays

Annecy, the Venice of the Alps

At the foot of the French Alps, you will find Annecy, known as the "Venice of the Alps", this city offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and history. Annecy is a very beautiful town which offers breathtaking views, well known for its lake, which is considered one of the purest in Europe. Surrounded by majestic mountains, this lake offers a multitude of water activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, and sailing. For hiking enthusiasts, the trails around the lake and on the surrounding peaks offer breathtaking panoramic views.

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14 June 2024  |  Virginie Erre  |  Tourism

Visit to the Doué-La-Fontaine Zoo

Visit of the Doué-La-Fontaine Zoo. Located in the Anjou region, in the heart of the Loire Valley, the Doué-la-Fontaine Zoo, founded in 1961, is nestled in a former falun quarry. It inhabits more than 130 species representing more than 1900 animals.

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08 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Nature , Tourism

Discover Biscarosse in the South West of France

Biscarosse is an enchanting destination nestled on the Atlantic coast in the Landes department. This destination combines the traditional charm of southwest France with breathtaking natural landscapes. Biscarrosse is renowned for its fine sandy beaches which stretch for kilometres along the Atlantic Ocean. Whether you are passionate about surfing, sunbathing or simply looking for a refreshing walk by the water, you will find what you are looking for on these pristine expanses.

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02 June 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Culture, Tourism

Meeting with the local artisans of the Ile d'Oléron

The island of Oléron is a real setting of traditions and know-how, this island is home to a community of passionate craftsmen, dedicated to preserving and transmitting the riches of their terroir. Between land and sea, these craftsmen contribute to the authenticity and reputation of the island. In this article, let's dive into the fascinating world of these local artisans, discover their unique stories, techniques and products.

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30 May 2024  |  Amélie Roca  |  Tourism, Nature

Discover Les Landes, in the south west of France

The Landes is a vast territory in the southwest of France. When you think of Les Landes, you immediately conjure up images of vast expanses of pine trees, endless beaches and deep-rooted traditions. But beyond these clichés, this unique region is full of treasures to discover for travelers looking for authenticity and a change of scenery. In this article, we dive into the heart of the Landes to explore its wild landscapes, its vibrant culture and its well-kept secrets.

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22 May 2024  |  Virginie Erre  |  Tourism

The Palmyre Zoo near Royan

The Palmyre Zoo near Royan is located on the magnificent Atlantic coast of the Charente-Maritime in France. The Palmyre Zoo offers an enriching encounter with more than 1,600 mammals, birds and reptiles of 110 different species.

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