Places in France
Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures. Why I love Paris By Catherine Le Nevez, Author Paris’ grandeur is inspiring but what I love most about the city is its intimacy.
Provence & the Côte d'Azur
Whether it's cruising the cliff-top roads, sunbathing on the beaches or browsing for goodies at the weekly market, Provence and the Côte d'Azur sum up the essence of France – sexy, sun-drenched and irresistibly seductive. Food Wherever you end up in Provence, you certainly won't go hungry.
Jutting out of the Med like an impregnable fortress, Corsica resembles a miniature continent, with astounding geographical diversity. Within half an hour, the landscape morphs from glittering bays, glitzy coastal cities and fabulous beaches to sawtooth peaks, breathtaking valleys, dense forests and enigmatic hilltop villages.
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A weekend in Hyères: the original French Riviera
A weekend in the south of France may conjure up thoughts of Cannes or St-Tropez, but if you’re looking to escape the hordes, Hyères is a unique hideaway...
Family-friendly ski trips in the French Alps
If the words ‘family ski trip in the Alps’ conjure up images of ultra-chic families gliding by in the latest fur-trimmed ski gear, lift queues longer than the opening night of Frozen 2, and package prices that make yo...
A guide to the Tour de France
If you happen to be in France one July and wonder what all the two-wheeling is about - it's the Tour de France. Let us put you in the picturesque picture. The purpose of the Tour de France was simple: to make supermen...
Travelling with kids in the south of France
France is seriously big– more than twice the size of the UK and larger than Spain and Greece combined. With great size comes great diversity – of climate, landscape and culture...