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Marquenterre
Ornithological
Reserve Marquenterre Ornithological Reserve
Marquenterre Ornithological Reserve Renowned for its biodiversity, every year the reserve plays host to thousands of migrating birds. Guided tours, cycle paths and observation hides give visitors the chance to observe the flora and fauna of this spectacular site for themselves.
The Sentier des Douaniers The Sentier des Douaniers
The Sentier des Douaniers

Running along the cliffs from Le Havre to Tréport, the GR21 coastal path offers stunning sea and inland views.

The Cliffs at Étretat The Cliffs at Étretat
The Cliffs at Étretat

Rising 110m above the sea, these white chalk cliffs have provided inspiration for artists and writers such as Monet and Maupassant.

The Bayeux Tapestry The Bayeux Tapestry
The Bayeux Tapestry

A UNESCO “Memory of the World” site, this 70m long embroidery depicts the conquest of England by William the Conqueror.

The D-Day Landing Beaches The D-Day Landing Beaches
The D-Day Landing Beaches

Set along the history-charged dunes and beaches of Normandy, a series of museums and memorials recount the stories of the historic World War II D-Day landings.

Mont-Saint-Michel Mont-Saint-Michel
Mont-Saint-Michel

One of France’s most popular tourist attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this rocky tidal island combines a fascinating history with a stunning natural location.

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Mont-Saint-Michel Mont-Saint-Michel
Mont-Saint-Michel

One of France’s most popular tourist attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this rocky tidal island combines a fascinating history with a stunning natural location.

Saint-Brieuc Bay Saint-Brieuc Bay
Saint-Brieuc Bay

Covering 800km2 and designated a natural park, the bay is home to an exceptional variety of flora and fauna.

The Îles Glénan The Îles Glénan
The Îles Glénan

Accessible in summer only, this idyllic archipelago of nine islands off the Brittany coast is one of the wonders of Finistère. Magnificent.

Carnac Carnac
Carnac

The mysterious standing stones of Carnac, famed around the world, comprise an impressive collection of menhirs, dolmens and tumuli.

The Pointe du Raz Headland The Pointe du Raz Headland
The Pointe du Raz Headland

One of France’s greatest natural sites, this rocky, wave-swept headland offers stunning views of the Atlantic.

Saint-Malo Saint-Malo
Saint-Malo

Once a pirate stronghold, the ramparts of Saint-Malo – whose ”chemin de ronde” offers stunning views out to sea - stand proudly above the beaches and port below.

The Gulf of Morbihan The Gulf of Morbihan
The Gulf of Morbihan

An inland sea sheltered from the Atlantic swell, the bay is a magical place where sea, land and sky create an everchanging landscape.

The Brocéliande Forest The Brocéliande Forest
The Brocéliande Forest

The abbeys, châteaux and landscape of the forest create a mythical place where the legend of King Arthur and his quest for the Holy Grail lives on.

Guérande Guérande
Guérande

A medieval town surrounded by saltwater marshes where you can still watch “white gold” being harvested according to time-honoured tradition.

Puy du Fou Theme Park Puy du Fou Theme Park
Puy du Fou Theme Park

Voted the world’s most beautiful theme park in 2011, the Puy du Fou offers a spectacular and stimulating mix of fun and history for all the family.

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The Châteaux of the Loire The Châteaux of the Loire
The Châteaux of the Loire

The rich cultural heritage of the Loire Valley numbers 21 châteaux including Chambord, Chenonceau , Blois, Saumur, Villandry and many more besides. Prepare yourself for a right royal holiday!

Chartres Cathedral Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this gothic masterpiece with its two contrasting spires offers fine views of the town and surrounding countryside.

Saumur Saumur
Saumur

Steeped in culture and history, Saumur is a bustling, lively town throughout the year. Don’t miss its châteauor the Cadre Noir national riding school.

The Marais Poitevin The Marais Poitevin
The Marais Poitevin

This extensive area of marshland and great biodiversity offers a unique landscape best visited from a flat-bottomed boat.

Futuroscope Futuroscope
Futuroscope

Enter a world of high-tech virtual reality at this futuristic theme park delivering fun and education for all the family.

Beauval ZooParc Beauval ZooParc
Beauval ZooParc

With 4600 animals roaming free over 7.5 acres of “African” grassland and its own tropical greenhouses, Beauval is one of the biggest zoos in Europe.

Sancerre Sancerre
Sancerre

Adjudged one of France’s “most beautiful villages”, the ideal place to sample a glass of Sancerre and some Crottin de Chavignol goat’s cheese.

The volcanoes of the Auvergne The volcanoes of the Auvergne
The volcanoes of the Auvergne

This remarkable volcanic landscape in the protected heart of France makes a great destination for an activity-based holiday.

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The Jura Mountains The Jura Mountains
The Jura Mountains

Set between France and Switzerland, the Jura’s highest peaks offer stunning views across this peaceful region and its preciously guarded natural heritage.

Lake Geneva Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva

The largest of the Savoie lakes offers Riviera-style landscapes at 372m above sea level.

The Benedictine Monastery of Cluny The Benedictine Monastery of Cluny
The Benedictine Monastery of Cluny

One of the largest complexes of Romanesque architecture in Europe, it houses a museum of art and archaeology and a national stud farm.

Arc-et-Senans Arc-et-Senans
Arc-et-Senans

The royal salt factory with its visionary architecture provides a fascinating insight into the industrial history of the area. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Grand Ballon des Vosges The Grand Ballon des Vosges
The Grand Ballon des Vosges

In the heart of Alsace, a 15 minute walk takes you to the top of this great round-topped mountain, the highest point in the Vosges, with its views of Mulhouse, Basle and Colmar.

Strasbourg Strasbourg
Strasbourg

At once French, Alsatian and European, Strasbourg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Lac du Der The Lac du Der
The Lac du Der

France’s largest man-made lake and a paradise for birds, the invigorating Lac du Der boasts beaches, water sports and kilometres of cycle paths.

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The Dune du Pyla The Dune du Pyla
The Dune du Pyla

Guarding the entrance to the Bassin d’Arcachon, with the sea on one side and the Landes Forest on the other, stands highest sand dune in Europe.

The Île d’Aix The Île d’Aix
The Île d’Aix

This tiny island, set midway between the coast of the Île d’Oléron and mainland France, is a unique half-way house between land and sea.

La Palmyre Zoo La Palmyre Zoo
La Palmyre Zoo

Covering some 44 acres and housing over 1600 animals kept in exceptional conditions, this is France’s most popular zoo.

The Châteaux of the Médoc The Châteaux of the Médoc
The Châteaux of the Médoc

France’s greatest concentration of châteaux lies here between Saint- Estèphe and Pauillac. Fine wines and beautiful cellars.

Whale Lighthouse on the Île de Ré Whale Lighthouse on the Île de Ré
Whale Lighthouse on the Île de Ré

It’s more than worth climbing the 257 steps which lead up to the top of “Whale Lighthouse” for the views from the top are truly spectacular.

Soorts-Hossegor Soorts-Hossegor
Soorts-Hossegor

This charming seaside resort is known for its fine country houses built in the characteristic local Basque/ Landes style and its lovely seafront.

Biarritz Biarritz
Biarritz

Set between sea and mountain, Biarritz is the epitome of elegance and “douceur de vivre“. It’s also a paradise for surfers.

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Sarlat Sarlat
Sarlat

These three wonderful towns, amongst the most beautiful in France and set between Limousin, Quercy and Périgord, contain a wealth of unusual buildings, museums, gardens, fortified churches and limestone caves.

The Lascaux II Cave The Lascaux II Cave
The Lascaux II Cave

Just 200m from the original cave, now closed to the public, you can visit this remarkable replica.

The Puy Mary The Puy Mary
The Puy Mary

Now dormant, Europe’s largest volcano provides breathtaking views over France’s Massif Central.

Padirac Swallowhole Padirac Swallowhole
Padirac Swallowhole

Descend 103m into the bowels of the earth and take a remarkable boat trip on an underground river.

St Cirq Lapopie St Cirq Lapopie
St Cirq Lapopie

Perched high above the river Lot, this medieval settlement – one of France’s “most beautiful villages” – boasts no fewer than 13 historic monuments.

Millau Viaduct Millau Viaduct
Millau Viaduct

Spanning a 2460m-long gash in the landscape, Millau Viaduct offers a magnificent spectacle as it soars high above the Tarn valley.

The Episcopal City of Albi The Episcopal City of Albi
The Episcopal City of Albi

A unique architectural complex in the French gothic style using local red and orange brick, Albi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Armagnac Cellars in Condom The Armagnac Cellars in Condom
The Armagnac Cellars in Condom

The ideal place to sample two iconic drinks from the Gers – Armagnac and its lesser known aperitif counterpart, Floc de Gascogne.

The Pyrenees National Park The Pyrenees National Park
The Pyrenees National Park

Protecting mountain wildlife and a rich cultural tradition, the Pyrenees National Park covers 125,000 acts of wild and unspoilt mountain landscape.

Carcassonne Carcassonne
Carcassonne

In the land of the Cathars, its imposing fortifications bear witness to 1000 years of military architecture and history.

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The Ardèche Gorges The Ardèche Gorges
The Ardèche Gorges

Best explored on foot or in a canoe or kayak, the gorges are approached through the magnificent Pont d’Arc, a natural stone bridge.

The Côtes du Rhône Vineyards The Côtes du Rhône Vineyards
The Côtes du Rhône Vineyards

From Vienne to Avignon, the rich soil of the Rhône valley produces the wines of Crozes-Hermitage, Gigondas, Châteauneuf-du-Pape and many more.

Cheval the Postman’s Palais Idéal Cheval the Postman’s Palais Idéal
Cheval the Postman’s Palais Idéal

The spectacular realisation of the dreams of a country postman, the Palais Idéal is one of the greatest naïve artworks of its time.

The VercorsNatural Park The VercorsNatural Park
The VercorsNatural Park

Almost 500,000 acres of spectacular caves, rock shafts, river cliffs, gorges and woodland for you to explore on foot, by bicycle or on horseback.

The gorges of the Méouge valley The gorges of the Méouge valley
The gorges of the Méouge valley

One of the marvels of the Upper Alps, bathed in the light and warmth of Provence, the valley is great for swimming and walking.

Mont Ventoux Mont Ventoux
Mont Ventoux

Mont Ventoux marks the highest point of the Vaucluse Hills. It and the surrounding area provide myriad opportunities for walking, cycling and other outdoor activities.

The Verdon Gorges The Verdon Gorges
The Verdon Gorges

One of France’s largest canyons, the gorge is equally impressive whether experienced from above or below.

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The Calanques of Cassis The Calanques of Cassis
The Calanques of Cassis

With its sparkling blue-green waters the unique natural landscape of this little corner of paradise is something that will stay with you for ever.

Marseille Marseille
Marseille

A great cosmopolitan city on the shores of the Mediterranean, Marseille is famed for its old port, narrow streets and tumultuous trading history.

The Camargue Natural Park The Camargue Natural Park
The Camargue Natural Park

A region of unique cultural traditions, the park offers a wide range of landscapes from beaches and sand dunes through lakes and lagoons to salt marshes.

The Canal du Midi The Canal du Midi
The Canal du Midi

Gently making its way eastwards lock by lock from the river Garonne to Sète, the canal is lined with shadegiving plane trees.

Sigean Safari Park Sigean Safari Park
Sigean Safari Park

Covering some 750 acres between Narbonne and Perpignan, the park is home to more than 3800 birds, mammals and reptiles.

The Pic du Canigou The Pic du Canigou
The Pic du Canigou

This mythical peak rising to 2784m above sea level offers stunning views over the Roussillon plane and Catalonia. Its long distance walking routes are justly famed.

Collioure Collioure
Collioure

A picturesque fishing village at the foot of the Eastern Pyrenees, Collioure and the blue waters of the Mediterranean once inspired the likes of Matisse, Picasso and Salvador Dali.

Saint-Tropez Saint-Tropez
Saint-Tropez

Saint-Tropez is still one of the jewels of the Côte d’Azur. With its striking mix of A-list celebs and charming local architecture, you can sit and watch the stars arriving by the yachtful or enjoy the more high-brow pleasures of the Musée de l’Annonciade or the citadel.

Marineland Antibes Marineland Antibes
Marineland Antibes

Be amazed and delighted by the killer whales, dolphins and sea lions as they show off their talents here at Antibes’ marine-life oceanarium.

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