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Alps

Walking With its lakes mountains and varied terrain, the Alps region offers a wide range of cross-country walks and alpine treks. They have several hundred kilometres of grade...

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Ardeche, Aveyron and Tarn

Ardèche The Ardèche is one of the richest natural sites in Europe. It is a region of beautiful unspoilt scenery, rushing rivers, dramatic gorges, wonderful lakes and cultura...

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Brittany

Northern Brittany The Côte d’Emeraude or Emerald coastline stretches from the Mont St Michel round to Dinard offering sandy beaches and rocky outcrops. St Malo’s ...

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Burgundy, Jura and Franche Comte

Burgundy Burgundy’s natural riches and colourful history have marked the region with some of the finest heritage of European art and architecture. It is a beautiful fert...

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Central France

Limousin Limousin is a region typified by open countryside, a third of which is forested. It is also one of the lowest populated regions in France. Its capital city Limoges is...

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Dordogne & Lot

Périgueux is the chief town situated along the Isle valley. The Tour de Vesone in the town, 25 metres high, is a rare example of a round temple, and you can see where the amp...

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Languedoc Roussillon

Nîmes is renowned for its magnificent Roman arena. A panoramic view over the town’s roof tops from the Tour Magne shows the history of Nîmes at a glance. The 12th cent...

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Loire

Orléans has no real château but is most famous for Joan of Arc. The stained glass windows of the Cathédrale Sainte Croix tell the story of the Maid of Orléans and how Joan...

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Midi-Pyrenees

Foix The 11th – 15th century castle of the Counts of Foix is made up of three superbly, dissimilar towers from different eras.  They create a dramatic view from any ang...

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Normandy

Calvados Caen The old town is made up of narrow streets, a castle and two magnificent abbeys. The wonderful Caen Memorial Museum uses audio visual and computer technology to t...

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North Eastern France

Vosges The Vosges is a mountain range near the Franco-German frontier, 250 km in length and rising to its highest point 1,422m at the Ballon de Guebwiller. It is separated fro...

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Northern France

Nord/Pas de Calais Many of the towns of Northern France have managed to preserve all the charm of their original early 20th century architectural styles. It is an area full of...

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Provence Cote d'Azur

Provence Aix-en-Provence is a magnificent example of the Provençal art of living so admired by the rest of the world. The boulevards shaded by majestic sycamores, the streets...

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Rhone Valley/Provencal Alps

Rhone Valley & Provencal Alps The Rhône valley stretches from Lyon the second biggest city in France, to just north of Orange, in Provence.The surrounding countryside is ...

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South West France

The Gironde The Gironde is the largest department in France covering an area of 6,650 sq. miles. It boasts 119km of magnificent Atlantic surf fringed with beautiful sandy beac...

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Vendee & Charente

Vendee Pornic is famous for its charming beaches, its cliff-side houses, castle and port. St Jean-de-Monts is one of the main modern resorts of the area stretching for 3km alo...

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