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Destinations

  • Located around 100km south of Paris, Burgundy is a region dotted with historic and religious sights amid a unique natural setting offering myriad choices for visitors.

  • Known around the world for its pink flamingos, the Camargue is a diverse area of reed beds, sandy beaches and salt marshes.

  • The sound of cicadas, typical santons, traditional markets, the scent of lavender and numerous hilltop villages – welcome to the stunning region of Provence just a stone’s throw from the beaches of the Mediterranean.

  • The Parc Naturel Régional des Volcans d’Auvergne is a historic testament to volcanism in France, and offers a unique setting in which to recharge your batteries.

  • Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage and a European Cultural Itinerary, these pilgrimage routes represent spiritual symbolism and exceptional heritage.

  • Just imagine a region that enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year...

  • Considered the most beautiful canyon in Europe, the Verdon was designated a protected area of nature in 1990 and  is also an officially recognised “Grand Site de France”.

  • The last expanse of the Southern Alps as they plunge down to the Mediterranean, the Parc National du Mercantour is one of France’s richest areas of nature in terms of biodiversity.

  • These pilgrimage paths, which are listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites and officially recognised European Cultural Routes, are notable for their spiritual significance and their exceptional ensemble of historic sites.

  • Bordered by the River Lot to the east, to the west, the Dordogne département is renowned around the world for its prehistory and gastronomy. A land of contrasts, the Périgord is nestled between the more rugged foothills of the Massif Central to the east and the more gentle and sunnier Mediterranean-influenced landscapes to the south.